NY Legislation | 2013-2014 | General Assembly

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NYA08821Authorizes the commissioner of general services to transfer and convey certain unappropriated state land to the Cedarmore Corporation for community programs.
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2014-12-18
delivered to governor
Veto
100%
NYA09118Gives the commissioner of agriculture and markets the power to establish a federal food safety compliance assistance program to support farmers in complying with federal food safety rules.
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2014-12-17
tabled
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100%
NYA09721Authorizes the care and treatment of injured employees by licensed or certified acupuncturists under the workers' compensation program.
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2014-12-17
tabled
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100%
NYS06485Changes the combined rated capacity of fuel cell electric generating equipment for net energy metering for non-residential customers from 1,500 kilowatts to 2,000 kilowatts.
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2014-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.518
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NYS07818Relates to treatment plans for certain inmates who are receiving mental health services at or prior to the time of their anticipated release date.
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2014-12-17
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NYA10135Relates to the eligibility for participation in the brownfield cleanup program; makes appropriation therefor.
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2014-12-17
delivered to governor
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NYS04654Creates the New York city transit authority safety advisory panel to study and report on safety from terrorist acts and to provide a moratorium on the closing of token booths and minimum staffing levels on trains operated in passenger service in the ...
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2014-12-17
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100%
NYS06619Relates to public hearing requirements before a gas or electric corporation closes a call center.
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2014-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.520
Pass
100%
NYS02020Relates to the disposal of counterfeit products.
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2014-12-17
APPROVAL MEMO.23
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NYA04611Relates to the ability of continuing care retirement communities to offer seniors additional service options.
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2014-12-17
delivered to governor
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NYA09492Directs the department of environmental conservation to create a report outlining a plan to hydraulically contain and remediate the Navy Grumman plume emanating of contaminants and chemicals in the underground aquifer and drinking water of the southe...
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2014-12-17
delivered to governor
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NYS06816Changes the name of the Briarwood-Van Wyck subway station to the Briarwood station; requires the MTA to update all signs and maps with the new name.
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2014-12-17
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100%
NYA00191Relates to the recycling of film plastic.
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2014-12-17
signed chap.481
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NYA10168Relates to temporary provisions for the implementation of common core learning standards; provides alternative calculation methods for any classroom teacher or building principal rated as ineffective or developing in an annual professional performanc...
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2014-12-17
delivered to governor
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100%
NYA09928Permits a person licensed to practice acupuncture in another state to practice acupuncture in New York in certain cases.
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2014-12-17
approval memo.21
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100%
NYS07047Authorizes the growing of industrial hemp as part of an agricultural pilot program.
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2014-12-17
APPROVAL MEMO.24
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NYA09702Requires written comments to be included in reports provided by local social services districts in reports on the death of certain children.
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2014-12-17
delivered to governor
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100%
NYS05153Provides a performance of duty disability to Suffolk county probation officers.
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2014-12-17
VETOED MEMO.559
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NYA09873Directs local social services districts to annually report on the caseloads of their child protective services employees.
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2014-12-17
delivered to governor
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100%
NYS01353Provides for notice by commissioner of correctional services of availability of medical, educational and other services, including alcohol and substance abuse treatment, to prisoners upon their release from state prison.
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2014-12-17
APPROVAL MEMO.22
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100%
NYA09014Makes certain tax abatement forms more readily available to seniors and authorizes certain entities to assist in the completion of such forms.
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2014-12-17
tabled
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100%
NYS06757Provides that uniformed court officers and peace officers employed in the unified court system shall be entitled to accidental disability retirement if they sustain injuries as the result of a physical assault by an assailant suffered while in servic...
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2014-12-17
VETOED MEMO.562
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100%
NYS07644Authorizes Darwyn Byer to apply for accidental disability retirement benefits from the New York state and local police and fire retirement system.
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2014-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.530
Veto
100%
NYS07196Relates to taxpayers filing under article twenty-two of the tax law to include for the purposes of the tax factor all business income attributable to a QEZE business.
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2014-12-17
VETOED MEMO.566
Pass
100%
NYS05188Relates to retired members of the state police who have opted to make an application to obtain a license to carry or possess a firearm.
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2014-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.511
Pass
100%
NYS06810Provides accidental disability retirement benefits equal to three-quarters of the final average salary for ambulance medical technicians, ambulance medical technician supervisors and ambulance medical technician coordinators in Nassau county.
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2014-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.522
Veto
100%
NYS04888Authorizes the New York city employees' retirement system to consider the application for disability retirement benefits from Peter DiMario.
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2014-12-17
VETOED MEMO.558
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NYS06718Relates to the disclosure of records and meetings by the port authority of New York and New Jersey to the public; provides that the state law with the greatest rights of access shall be deemed to apply where laws conflict.
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2014-12-17
DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR
Veto
100%
NYA07862Relates to university police officers appointed by the state university of New York.
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2014-12-17
tabled
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NYA04986Allows the New York State and local employees' retirement system to posthumously establish a service retirement for Gustin L. Reichbach and extends the time in which the administrator of his estate may apply to obtain service credit for his service a...
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2014-12-17
delivered to governor
Pass
100%
NYS05111Relates to cemetery trust funds; requires that when a cemetery corporation seeks to appropriate any percentage of its net appreciation in its perpetual care fund the cemetery corporation shall provide notice of such appropriation to the division of c...
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2014-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.509
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100%
NYS06799Provides sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, undersheriffs and correction officers in Westchester county 75% disability benefits for injuries sustained in the performance of duties that are a result of an intentional or reckless act of any civilian visiting o...
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2014-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.521
Veto
100%
NYA05299Authorizes the mental health care and treatment of injured employees by licensed clinical social workers under the workers' compensation program.
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2014-12-17
tabled
Veto
100%
NYS03382Provides for a deduction from personal gross income for expenses incurred in the adoption of a child in the foster care system.
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2014-12-17
VETOED MEMO.556
Pass
100%
NYA05388Changes the reporting requirements relative to restitution and fair treatment standards for the office of victims services from annual to every two years; consolidates reporting requirements regarding victims service programs; requires information co...
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2014-12-17
signed chap.489
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NYA10093Enacts the "Northern New York power proceeds allocation act"; establishes the five member northern New York power proceeds allocation board to review and recommend applications for fund benefits pursuant to certain criteria set forth; makes related p...
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2014-12-17
delivered to governor
Pass
100%
NYA07187Makes technical corrections to certain provisions of the general municipal law relating to the temporary state commission on local government ethics and repeals railroad aid bond provisions.
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2014-12-17
signed chap.490
Pass
100%
NYS05950Relates to including probation officers with respect to the confidentiality of personnel records of police officers, firefighters and correction officers.
[Detail][Text]
2014-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.516
Veto
100%
NYA02727Requires sunscreen products to be labeled with best if used before dates; authorizes the attorney general to seek injunctive relief, restitution, and civil penalties in the case of violations; authorizes persons injured by a violation of this law to ...
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2014-12-17
tabled
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100%
NYA09812Authorizes the payment of ordinary disability retirement benefits by the New York state and local police and fire retirement system to the widow of Richard O'Brien.
[Detail][Text]
2014-12-17
signed chap.503
Veto
100%
NYA07158Relates to the release of personnel records or information contained therein of first responders; allows such release upon the authorization of the subject employee.
[Detail][Text]
2014-12-17
tabled
Pass
100%
NYS06138Relates to permitted changes in rate schedules for telephone companies; provides that a "major change" shall mean an increase in rates, charges and rentals which would increase the aggregate revenues of the applicant more than the greater of five hun...
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2014-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.517
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NYA08875Requires the installation of carbon monoxide detectors in restaurants and other commercial buildings in NYC.
[Detail][Text]
2014-12-17
delivered to governor
Veto
100%
NYA07002Relates to access to viable agricultural land for new and beginning farmers.
[Detail][Text]
2014-12-17
tabled
Veto
100%
NYS06937Grants retroactive tier IV membership in the New York state and local employees' retirement system to Jill Alix, Chris Karwiel, Jessica Strizzi and Taryn Ward.
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2014-12-17
VETOED MEMO.563
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NYA09299Prohibits the sale of liquid nicotine to minors under the age of eighteen across the state and under the age of twenty-one in the city of New York; requires containers of electronic liquid to be child resistant.
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2014-12-17
delivered to governor
Pass
100%
NYA02089Relates to the investigation of crimes and crime reporting on college and university campuses.
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2014-12-17
approval memo.14
Pass
100%
NYA09933Relates to revising and modernizing the uniform commercial code; makes significant amendments and revisions to articles 1, 7 and 9; makes conforming amendments.
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2014-12-17
signed chap.505
Veto
100%
NYA10014Relates to asbestos project notification fees per square foot for friable material.
[Detail][Text]
2014-12-17
tabled
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NYS04928Provides Queens county with jurisdiction for cases arising from Rikers Island facilities.
[Detail][Text]
2014-12-17
DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR
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