Senator Zeldin Honored By Indian Americans in New York
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Senator Zeldin Honored By Indian Americans in New York

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 30 June 2011, 12:03 Hrs
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Senator Zeldin Honored By Indian Americans in New York
Fremont: The president Elect of Indian Americans of New York, Samir Chopra co hosted a reception in honour of Senator Lee Zeldin. Senator Zeldin currently serves on the Senate Judiciary, Homeland Security & Investigations and Government Operations Committees in the Senate and he was recently appointed as the Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Consumer Protection.

According to Samir Chopra "Senator Zeldin is strong advocate of the Indian & Asian community who strongly stands for higher education, family values and fiscal responsibility in government - all the same values we share as a community." Senator Zeldin currently serves on the Senate Judiciary.

Senator Seldom recently wrote legislation and passed Senate Bill, which focuses on Constitutional amendment requiring a two-thirds "super majority" votes in both the Senate and the Assembly in order to increase any state taxes or fees. He also is the sponsor of legislation to ban protests at Military Funerals

Samir Chopra, Founder of the first Indian American fraternity in the United States, after completing his education at Emory University, INSEAD ( France) and Harvard has worked formerly for the Chief Judge of the United States District of New York.

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