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Charles J. Fuschillo Jr. was born on 1 July, 1960 in Westbury, New York, United States.
|Age||60 years old|
|Born||1 July 1960|
|Birthplace||Westbury, New York, United States|
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Charles J. Fuschillo Jr. Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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To help further protect consumers, Fuschillo authored New York State’s Telemarketer “Do Not Call” Registry law, which served as the model for the federal government’s “Do Not Call” registry. He also sponsored the law which raised the maximum fine for price gouging to $25,000 per violation.
Fuschillo strengthened New York State’s Clean Indoor Air Act to make worksites and public places smoke-free.
Fuschillo helped create the Broad Hollow Bioscience Park at Farmingdale State College, which serves as a home to established and startup biotechnology companies and provides high-tech jobs for Long Islanders. In April 2011, he authored a law to expand Broad Hollow Bioscience Park to create new jobs and promote economic development. He has sponsored programs to help small business owners learn about different resources available to help them grow and create jobs and sponsored job resource expos.
Fuschillo sponsored complete streets legislation which would require all state, county, and local transportation agencies in New York State to consider complete streets design principles on all projects which receive both federal and state funding. Complete streets design principles are roadway design features that accommodate and facilitate safe travel by pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists of all ages and abilities. The legislation was approved by the New York State Legislature in June 2011 and signed into law two months later. The New York League of Conservation Voters named him a 2011 Eco-Star for his efforts in getting the law passed.
He authored a law, signed on November 1, 2011, to prevent insurance companies from denying treatments and therapies for autism. Autism Speaks, a national autism advocacy organization, named Fuschillo a “legislative champion” in 2012 for authoring the law.
Fuschillo was born in Westbury, New York, and graduated from Carle Place High School. He then attended Nassau Community College. In 1982, he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Adelphi University, majoring in Finance.
Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (born July 1, 1960) is a former Republican member of the New York State Senate from Long Island. From 1998 to 2013, he represented the 8th State Senate district, which spans several South Shore communities in both Nassau and Suffolk Counties. The district currently includes the communities of Wantagh, Merrick, Bellmore, Massapequa Park, Freeport, Roosevelt, Seaford, Amityville, and Copiague, as well as parts of Massapequa, Farmingdale, Baldwin, Lindenhurst, West Babylon, Wheatley Heights, and Wyandanch. Senator Fuschillo resigned from the New York State Senate on December 31, 2013 to serve as the President and CEO of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.