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BINGHAMTON N.Y – A potential ban on flavored milk has dairy farmers worried about its effects on them.
Congressman Anthony Brindisi joined dairy farmers and local elected officials at Cornell Cooperative Extension today to speak out against the banning of flavored milk, such as chocolate, in New York City Schools.
A proposal to ban flavored milk in New York City schools has Upstate farmers and lawmakers concerned.
DiNitto Farms in Marcy hosted Congressman Anthony Brindisi and Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon today. They all oppose a possible ban on flavored milk in New York City schools.
MOHAWK — U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi said Congress needs to bring the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement trade deal to a floor vote to help farmers in his district and throughout the country.
The city Department of Education wants to ban chocolate milk from public schools, The Post has learned.
Citing health concerns, including sugar content, Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza and his underlings are pushing for a white-milk-only policy, DOE sources said.
From Congressman Anthony Brindisi:
Brindisi Fights for Rural Housing, Permanently Establishes Affordable Housing Program for Agriculture Workers and Rural Communities
As Part of his Rural Agenda, Congressman Protects Affordable Housing in Rural America
As Many Rural Communities Struggle with Affordable Housing, Brindisi Backs Law to Protect Affordable Options
OSWEGO — Local veterans and advocates are lauding a federal bill introduced this week seeking to better facilitate access to medical services for women veterans amidst the increasing need to raise awareness of services provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
OSWEGO — A multiyear push to designate Oswego County as a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area came to fruition this week, opening the door for federal resources to be dispatched to the region to combat the opioid epidemic and disrupt drug distribution networks.
HERKIMER N.Y. - Herkimer County has been selected to receive a nearly $4 million grant from the federal government, all for the health of local children.
UTICA — Citing a need to “put a human face” on the impacts of recent flooding from Lake Ontario, U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi invited Oswego County's officials to a meeting last week with international waterway regulators responsible for overseeing the lake’s outflows.
VESTAL, N.Y. (WBNG) – Congressman Anthony Brindisi visited Binghamton University to talk about an important topic for students and their parents — paying for college.