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Jewish Press Forum with NY State Senator David Storobin

Newly elected State Senator David Storobin (R–Brighton Beach) stops by the Jewish Press newspaper office for an interview as part of the Jewish Press Forum series. Storobin discusses various issues related to New York state politics and indicates that he has the full support of State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos (R-Nassau County). Storobin says he believes Tischler would present a greater challenge ideologically than Simcha Felder.

About the Author: Eli Chomsky is a copy editor and staff writer for The Jewish Press. He can be reached at eliris18@aol.com.


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