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Written by on June 27, 2022

The Genesee County Branch of the Democratic Socialists held a rally in front of Batavia City Hall Sunday afternoon to protest the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v Wade and Planned Parenthood v Casey.  The decision sends the abortion debate back to the states to decide what to make legal and illegal.  Previously the court decisions established a trimester system and stopped states from making any laws that prohibited abortion in the first 12 weeks and allowed regulation but not outright bans in the second trimester.  In New York Aborotion is legal up to the birth of the baby as long as a medical professional deems it necessary.  The protesters held signs saying slogans such as “my body my choice,” “Pro life is not pro birth,” and “abortion is healthcare” along with many signs accusing pro life people of racism among other things.

Police have been on the lookout for illicit sales of Catalytic converters after a rash of thefts from parked cars.  An Albion man, 31 year old Joshua Grosskopf, allegedly stole a catalytic converter from a truck parked on West Lee Rd in Barre and tried to sell it to Metalico Scrap Yard in Rochester when he was apprehended by New York State Troopers.  He faces a charge of fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and is expected to be in Barre Town Court in July.

Survey USA, a polling company which works with media, corporate, non profits and the government, has released their findings from a poll showing that Lee Zeldin is leading the pack in the Republican primaries although Andrew Giuliani is close behind him.  Both have nearly 25 percent of the vote each with Wilson and Astorino lagging behind in the teens and single digits.  31 percent of republican voters are still undecided.  In the democrat primary Governor Hochul is far ahead of her challengers Suozzi and Williams.  The primaries are on June 28th.  

Spots are still open for Environmental Science Camp at the Genesee County Park & Forest! This hands-on outdoor camp is for students entering 7th – 10th grade. Camp meets Monday through Friday, July 18th – 22nd from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Interpretive Nature Center. This week-long adventure includes survival skills, wildlife and stream studies, outdoor recreation, a field trip and more! Cost is $95/camper for the entire week. All materials and a camp T-shirt are provided. Transportation is provided from Batavia High School to and from camp each day.

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