About Jerry KremerArthur “Jerry” Kremer is the founder and Chairman of Empire Government Strategies and a Partner in the Law Firm of Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C. Mr. Kremer has enjoyed a long and distinguished career not only in law, but also in government. A 23-year veteran of the New York State Assembly, he was the only Long Island legislator to ever head the prestigious Ways and Means Committee. He served in that post for 12 years, and served by appointment of the Governor on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Capital Review Board and the Public Authorities Control Board. As a member of the Legislature, Mr. Kremer was an author of the Automobile Lemon Law and the Article X Power Plant Siting Law.
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FeaturedFox Business News Arthur "Jerry" Kremer, President of Empire Government Strategies talks with Fox Business News about the future of nuclear energy in America.
Nov 16 2012
It’s hard to believe that Mitt Romney and Congressman Ryan are competing for the title of “dumbest.” They lost the election because they were outmanned and out startegized. Now Romney says he lost because the Presdient gave “gifts” to the…
Nov 01 2012
Four years ago this week Sara Palin was the Republican candidate for Vice President of the United States. Can you imagine Sara being a heartbeat away from running the country? Fast forward to 2012 and Sara is now a punchline….
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