NY A02005 | 2019-2020 | General Assembly

Status

Spectrum: Partisan Bill (? 1-0)
Status: Introduced on January 18 2019 - 25% progression
Action: 2019-01-18 - referred to ways and means
Pending: Assembly Ways and Means Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [HTML]

Summary

Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state public protection and general government budget for the 2019-2020 state fiscal year; relates to the state's contribution to the cost of health insurance premiums for future retirees of the state and their dependents (Part A); provides that effective January 1, 2019, there shall be no payment whatsoever for the income related monthly adjustment amount for amounts (premiums) incurred on or after January 1, 2019 to any active or retired employee and his or her dependents, if any (Part B); caps reimbursement of the Medicare Part B standard premium for eligible state NYSHIP retirees and their dependents at $135.50 per month (Part C); relates to the rate of interest on judgments and accrued claims (Part D); relates to the protection of personal privacy of public employees; prohibits the disclosure of such employees' home addresses, personal telephone numbers, personal cell phone numbers, and personal e-mail addresses with certain exceptions (Part E); relates to the expiration of public arbitration panels, extends such panels to 2024 (Part F); relates to making the tax cap permanent (Part G); relates to extending certain provisions of law relating to owner liability for failure of operator to comply with traffic-control indications in certain cities until 2024 (Part H); relates to base level grants for per capita state aid for the support of local government (Part I); relates to a class one reassessment exemption in a special assessing unit that is not a city (Part J); relates to the administration of certain funds and accounts and funding certain capital projects, school tax relief fund, reductions in enacted appropriations, issuance of certain bonds or notes, the mental hygiene facilities improvement fund income account and the mental health services fund (Part K); relates to extending the provisions relating to service-disabled veteran-owned business enterprises for an additional five years (Part L); relates to the investment of surplus funds of the state insurance fund (Part M); relates to the right to cancel an insurance policy for failure by an employer to cooperate with a payroll audit, to the collection of premiums in case of default and to the information required to be included in payroll records (Part N); modifies to extend various criminal justice and public safety programs that would otherwise sunset (Part O); provides that the statute of limitations for criminal prosecution of a sexual offense committed against a child shall not begin to run until the child turns 23 years of age; provides that a civil action for conduct constituting a sexual offense against a child, shall be brought before the child turns 50 years of age; grants civil trial preference to actions related to sexual abuse of children; eliminates the notice of claim requirements for such actions when the action is brought against a municipality, the state or a school district; requires judicial training relating to child abuse and the establishment of rules relating to civil actions brought for sexual offenses committed against children (Part P); prohibits a panic defense resulting from the discovery of, knowledge about, or potential disclosure of the victim's actual or perceived gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation (Part Q); removes from admissibility evidence that proves or tends to prove that a victim has been convicted of a prostitution offense within three years prior to the sex offense which is the subject of the prosecution (Part R); establishes the crime of unlawful dissemination or publication of an intimate image and creates a private right of action for such crime (Part S); adds rape in the second and third degree as crimes that can be prosecuted at any time (Part T); relates to sentencing and resentencing of domestic violence cases; provides alternate sentencing ranges a judge may impose upon a determination the defendant was a victim of domestic violence at the time of the offense and the abuse was a significant contributing factor in the commission of the offense; makes related provisions (Part U); includes within the class D felony of assault in the second degree, the intentional causing of physical injury to a journalist (Part V); relates to eliminating the imposition of the death penalty and to repealing certain provisions of law relating to the imposition of the death penalty (Part W); relates to prohibiting the possession, manufacture, transport and disposition of rapid-fire modification devices (Part X); establishes a waiting period before a firearm, shotgun or rifle may be delivered to a person; requires either the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) or its successor has issued a "proceed" response to the licensee, or ten business days have elapsed since the date the licensee, seller, transferor or dealer contacted NICS to initiate a national instant criminal background check and NICS has not notified the licensee, seller, transferor or dealer that the transfer of the firearm, rifle or shotgun to such person should be denied (Part Y); establishes extreme risk protection orders as a court-issued order of protection prohibiting a person from purchasing, possessing or attempting to purchase or possess a firearm, rifle or shotgun (Part Z); relates to the issuance of securing orders and makes conforming changes (Subpart A); relates to discovery reform and intimidating or tampering with a victim or witness; repeals certain provisions of the criminal procedure law relating thereto (Subpart B); and relates to a waiver and time limits for a speedy trial (Subpart C) (Part AA); relates to the freedom of information law; repealer (Part BB); extends the workers' compensation board's authority to resolve medical bill disputes and simplify the process (Part CC); amends chapter 62 of the laws of 2003, amending the county law and other laws relating to fees collected, in relation to certain fees collected by the office of court administration; and increases the biennial registration fee for attorneys (Part DD); modifies and establishes procedures regarding defendants who possess immunity (Part EE); authorizes the alienation of certain parklands in the town of Hastings, county of Oswego (Part FF); authorizes the use of centralized services by public authorities and public benefit corporations to acquire energy products as a centralized service from the office of general services; makes permanent provisions of chapter 410 of the laws of 2009, relating to authorizing the aggregate purchases of energy for state agencies, institutions, local governments, public authorities and public benefit corporations; relates to the effectiveness of chapter 97 of the laws of 2011, providing certain centralized service to political subdivisions and extending the authority of the commissioner of general services to aggregate purchases of energy for state agencies and political subdivisions (Part GG); relates to increasing the maximum contract amount during construction emergencies from $600,000 to $2,000,000 (Part HH); relates to reforms to various provisions of law relating to persons arrested and/or convicted for certain criminal offenses or violations related to licensing considerations for check cashers (Subpart A); relates to eligibility for serving on a New York city community district education council and city-wide council (Subpart B); relates to licensing considerations for bingo suppliers (Subpart C); to amend the executive law, relating to licensing considerations for notary publics (Subpart D); relates to licensing considerations for suppliers of games of chance, for games of chance licensees, for bingo licensees, and for lessors of premises to bingo licensees (Subpart E); relates to licensing considerations for insurer adjusters and for employment with insurance adjusters (Subpart F); relates to licensing considerations for real estate brokers or real estate salesmen (Subpart G); relates to participation as employer in subsidized employer programs (Subpart H); relates to eligibility for employment by a driver's school (Subpart I); repeals certain provisions of the vehicle and traffic law, relating to mandatory suspension of drivers' licenses for certain offenses (Subpart J); prohibits disclosure of law enforcement booking information and photographs (Subpart K); relates to exclusion of undisposed cases from criminal history record searches (Subpart L); directs the commissioner of the division of criminal justice services to seal certain records of any action or proceeding terminated in favor of the accused or convictions for certain traffic violations (Subpart M); relates to preventing employment discrimination against persons whose criminal charges have been adjourned in contemplation of dismissal (Subpart N); relates to preventing employment discrimination against persons whose criminal charges have been adjourned in contemplation of dismissal (Subpart O); relates to release on compassionate parole for inmates affected by age-related disability (Subpart P)(Part II); relates to segregated confinement; defines terms; requires an annual report by the department of corrections of the total number of incarcerated individuals who were in segregated confinement, the total number of incarcerated individuals who were in a residential rehabilitation unit and the total number of incarcerated individuals who were in a step down unit for the preceding year (Part JJ); allows certain convicted individuals, upon their motion, to be enrolled in the shock incarceration program when the court imposes a determinate sentence of imprisonment (Part KK); relates to establishing continuing eligible lists (Part LL); relates to promotional examination eligibility and removes the requirement that such promotion examinations be held in conjunction with open competitive examinations for individuals who hold a position in a non-competitive or labor class (Part MM); relates to salary protection to incumbents (Part NN); relates to reducing certain sentences of imprisonment for misdemeanors to three hundred sixty-four days (Part OO); restricts forfeiture actions and creates greater accountability for seized assets; creates an asset forfeiture escrow fund; relates to reporting certain demographic information (Part PP); relates to establishing the child-parent security act; repeals section 73 and article 8 of the domestic relations law, relating to legitimacy of children born by artificial insemination and surrogate parenting contracts (Part QQ); creates an office of special investigation within the department of law, requires reports on the discharge of a firearm, and requires the establishment of a model law enforcement use of force policy (Part RR).

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Title

Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state public protection and general government budget for the 2019-2020 state fiscal year; relates to the state's contribution to the cost of health insurance premiums for future retirees of the state and their dependents (Part A); provides that effective January 1, 2019, there shall be no payment whatsoever for the income related monthly adjustment amount for amounts (premiums) incurred on or after January 1, 2019 to any active or retired employee and his or her dependents, if any (Part B); caps reimbursement of the Medicare Part B standard premium for eligible state NYSHIP retirees and their dependents at $135.50 per month (Part C); relates to the rate of interest on judgments and accrued claims (Part D); relates to the protection of personal privacy of public employees; prohibits the disclosure of such employees' home addresses, personal telephone numbers, personal cell phone numbers, and personal e-mail addresses with certain exceptions (Part E); relates to the expiration of public arbitration panels, extends such panels to 2024 (Part F); relates to making the tax cap permanent (Part G); relates to extending certain provisions of law relating to owner liability for failure of operator to comply with traffic-control indications in certain cities until 2024 (Part H); relates to base level grants for per capita state aid for the support of local government (Part I); relates to a class one reassessment exemption in a special assessing unit that is not a city (Part J); relates to the administration of certain funds and accounts and funding certain capital projects, school tax relief fund, reductions in enacted appropriations, issuance of certain bonds or notes, the mental hygiene facilities improvement fund income account and the mental health services fund (Part K); relates to extending the provisions relating to service-disabled veteran-owned business enterprises for an additional five years (Part L); relates to the investment of surplus funds of the state insurance fund (Part M); relates to the right to cancel an insurance policy for failure by an employer to cooperate with a payroll audit, to the collection of premiums in case of default and to the information required to be included in payroll records (Part N); modifies to extend various criminal justice and public safety programs that would otherwise sunset (Part O); provides that the statute of limitations for criminal prosecution of a sexual offense committed against a child shall not begin to run until the child turns 23 years of age; provides that a civil action for conduct constituting a sexual offense against a child, shall be brought before the child turns 50 years of age; grants civil trial preference to actions related to sexual abuse of children; eliminates the notice of claim requirements for such actions when the action is brought against a municipality, the state or a school district; requires judicial training relating to child abuse and the establishment of rules relating to civil actions brought for sexual offenses committed against children (Part P); prohibits a panic defense resulting from the discovery of, knowledge about, or potential disclosure of the victim's actual or perceived gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation (Part Q); removes from admissibility evidence that proves or tends to prove that a victim has been convicted of a prostitution offense within three years prior to the sex offense which is the subject of the prosecution (Part R); establishes the crime of unlawful dissemination or publication of an intimate image and creates a private right of action for such crime (Part S); adds rape in the second and third degree as crimes that can be prosecuted at any time (Part T); relates to sentencing and resentencing of domestic violence cases; provides alternate sentencing ranges a judge may impose upon a determination the defendant was a victim of domestic violence at the time of the offense and the abuse was a significant contributing factor in the commission of the offense; makes related provisions (Part U); includes within the class D felony of assault in the second degree, the intentional causing of physical injury to a journalist (Part V); relates to eliminating the imposition of the death penalty and to repealing certain provisions of law relating to the imposition of the death penalty (Part W); relates to prohibiting the possession, manufacture, transport and disposition of rapid-fire modification devices (Part X); establishes a waiting period before a firearm, shotgun or rifle may be delivered to a person; requires either the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) or its successor has issued a "proceed" response to the licensee, or ten business days have elapsed since the date the licensee, seller, transferor or dealer contacted NICS to initiate a national instant criminal background check and NICS has not notified the licensee, seller, transferor or dealer that the transfer of the firearm, rifle or shotgun to such person should be denied (Part Y); establishes extreme risk protection orders as a court-issued order of protection prohibiting a person from purchasing, possessing or attempting to purchase or possess a firearm, rifle or shotgun (Part Z); relates to the issuance of securing orders and makes conforming changes (Subpart A); relates to discovery reform and intimidating or tampering with a victim or witness; repeals certain provisions of the criminal procedure law relating thereto (Subpart B); and relates to a waiver and time limits for a speedy trial (Subpart C) (Part AA); relates to the freedom of information law; repealer (Part BB); extends the workers' compensation board's authority to resolve medical bill disputes and simplify the process (Part CC); amends chapter 62 of the laws of 2003, amending the county law and other laws relating to fees collected, in relation to certain fees collected by the office of court administration; and increases the biennial registration fee for attorneys (Part DD); modifies and establishes procedures regarding defendants who possess immunity (Part EE); authorizes the alienation of certain parklands in the town of Hastings, county of Oswego (Part FF); authorizes the use of centralized services by public authorities and public benefit corporations to acquire energy products as a centralized service from the office of general services; makes permanent provisions of chapter 410 of the laws of 2009, relating to authorizing the aggregate purchases of energy for state agencies, institutions, local governments, public authorities and public benefit corporations; relates to the effectiveness of chapter 97 of the laws of 2011, providing certain centralized service to political subdivisions and extending the authority of the commissioner of general services to aggregate purchases of energy for state agencies and political subdivisions (Part GG); relates to increasing the maximum contract amount during construction emergencies from $600,000 to $2,000,000 (Part HH); relates to reforms to various provisions of law relating to persons arrested and/or convicted for certain criminal offenses or violations related to licensing considerations for check cashers (Subpart A); relates to eligibility for serving on a New York city community district education council and city-wide council (Subpart B); relates to licensing considerations for bingo suppliers (Subpart C); to amend the executive law, relating to licensing considerations for notary publics (Subpart D); relates to licensing considerations for suppliers of games of chance, for games of chance licensees, for bingo licensees, and for lessors of premises to bingo licensees (Subpart E); relates to licensing considerations for insurer adjusters and for employment with insurance adjusters (Subpart F); relates to licensing considerations for real estate brokers or real estate salesmen (Subpart G); relates to participation as employer in subsidized employer programs (Subpart H); relates to eligibility for employment by a driver's school (Subpart I); repeals certain provisions of the vehicle and traffic law, relating to mandatory suspension of drivers' licenses for certain offenses (Subpart J); prohibits disclosure of law enforcement booking information and photographs (Subpart K); relates to exclusion of undisposed cases from criminal history record searches (Subpart L); directs the commissioner of the division of criminal justice services to seal certain records of any action or proceeding terminated in favor of the accused or convictions for certain traffic violations (Subpart M); relates to preventing employment discrimination against persons whose criminal charges have been adjourned in contemplation of dismissal (Subpart N); relates to preventing employment discrimination against persons whose criminal charges have been adjourned in contemplation of dismissal (Subpart O); relates to release on compassionate parole for inmates affected by age-related disability (Subpart P)(Part II); relates to segregated confinement; defines terms; requires an annual report by the department of corrections of the total number of incarcerated individuals who were in segregated confinement, the total number of incarcerated individuals who were in a residential rehabilitation unit and the total number of incarcerated individuals who were in a step down unit for the preceding year (Part JJ); allows certain convicted individuals, upon their motion, to be enrolled in the shock incarceration program when the court imposes a determinate sentence of imprisonment (Part KK); relates to establishing continuing eligible lists (Part LL); relates to promotional examination eligibility and removes the requirement that such promotion examinations be held in conjunction with open competitive examinations for individuals who hold a position in a non-competitive or labor class (Part MM); relates to salary protection to incumbents (Part NN); relates to reducing certain sentences of imprisonment for misdemeanors to three hundred sixty-four days (Part OO); restricts forfeiture actions and creates greater accountability for seized assets; creates an asset forfeiture escrow fund; relates to reporting certain demographic information (Part PP); relates to establishing the child-parent security act; repeals section 73 and article 8 of the domestic relations law, relating to legitimacy of children born by artificial insemination and surrogate parenting contracts (Part QQ); creates an office of special investigation within the department of law, requires reports on the discharge of a firearm, and requires the establishment of a model law enforcement use of force policy (Part RR).

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History

DateChamberAction
2019-01-18Assemblyreferred to ways and means

Same As/Similar To

S01505 (Same As) 2019-01-18 - REFERRED TO FINANCE

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