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Would you support Nassau County imposing a five-cent fee on plastic and paper carryout bags?

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On January 1, 2018, a new Suffolk County law will go into effect, charging a five-cent fee for plastic and paper carryout bags, at a variety of retail stores. Those in support of the fee believe it will protect the environment. Those against view it as a tax that will hurt local businesses. Would you support Nassau County imposing a five-cent fee on plastic and paper carryout bags?

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Take down all the red light cameras in Nassau, and take all the surcharges off all tickets. How many times do you have to pay for the same ticket.

helmet law

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motorcycle riders don't want a helmet law if you ride a motorcycle you have the right to choose . Live free or die.

Stop all voter communications by mail from Nassau Legislators 90 days before an election

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Many of the mail pieces are being used for self promotion at the taxpayer's expense and provide little important information.

Stop the robocalls!

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They are a disruptive public nuisance. Pass legislation for unsolicited robocalls to receive a dollar a call fine and they will soon cease to exist.

The new Belmont Park RFP needs to be an open and transparent process

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The land should go to the proposal that shows the best use of the most valuable real estate left to develop on Long Island.