Castelli: New law aims to preserve public jobs of those who serve

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Thursday signed a law that enhances job security for public employees serving in the military, according to Assemblyman Robert J. Castelli, who authored the measure.

According to Castelli, “The new law amends the Civil Service Law and the Military Law to prohibit public employers from abolishing positions based on a person’s military status. Under the measure, public employers are mandated to comply with the Federal Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Act (USERRA) of 1994, and public employers are expressly prohibited from denying employment, employment benefits, or re-employment rights to any person or prospective employee based on past or current military service.” He also thanked state Sen. Greg Ball for steering the bill to passage in the Senate.

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  1. Hi, I'm Nuts. When do I start? on

    In other words, if you get a bad conduct or psycho discharge from the military, the government has to put you on the payroll so that you can aggravate and psycho mangers and the taxpayers out of their minds.

  2. Castelli will go down in his next election, Castelli a retired NYS Trooper has been taking positions against the law enforcement community. Assemblyman Castelli is a phony and he will face the music come next elections.