ALBANY - The state Senate is gearing up for the 57 days it will meet for session this year.
The Senate will be returning to Albany on Tuesday for its first session since June 21, 2012. And, this year, it will be returning with a bipartisan effort between Senate Republicans and the Independent Democratic Conference.
"We are gearing up for session to begin," said Sen. Catharine Young, R-Olean. "So, we have a bipartisan effort that is going on in the Senate that I think will be very good for Upstate New York. It will make sure that our voices are heard in state government. I'm really looking forward to session beginning and I think it's going to be very positive."
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