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A05565PassAuthorizes certain wholesalers authorized to sell beer at retail for off premises consumption to also sell certain grocery items.
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2013-01-25
signed chap.505
A10784VetoRelates to limits on certain supplementary insurance; permits insured to refuse supplementary insurance; requires certain disclaimer; relates to payments to durable medical equipment providers.
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2012-12-17
tabled
A10731VetoGrants uniform members of the bureau of fire prevention of the town of Islip peace officer status.
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2012-12-17
tabled
S07749PassEnacts the "protection of people with special needs act"; enacts various provisions for the protection of persons in state operated and licensed facilities from abuse, neglect and mistreatment; establishes the justice center for the protection of peo...
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2012-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.501
S07641PassEnacts the "uniform notice of claim act"; establishes a uniform process and requirement for the filing of notices of claim prior to the commencement of a cause of action against any state or municipal entity, public authority or public benefit corpor...
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2012-12-17
APPROVAL MEMO.24
A10583VetoExtends crossbow hunting provisions through 2014.
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2012-12-17
tabled
A10519VetoRequires that unredeemed container deposits shall be credited to the environmental protection fund.
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2012-12-17
tabled
S07485PassRelates to residency requirements for peace officers employed by Cornell University.
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2012-12-17
APPROVAL MEMO.23
S07475PassExtends certain provisions of Jonathan's law.
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2012-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.498
A10116VetoRelates to including members of the fire investigation unit in the city of Schenectady as peace officers.
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2012-12-17
tabled
A10090PassRelates to uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage for corporate and business entities, volunteer fire departments and volunteer ambulance services.
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2012-12-17
approval memo.22
S06996VetoDesignates uniformed officers of the fire marshal's office of the town of Huntington as peace officers.
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2012-12-17
VETOED MEMO.189
A09869VetoDirects the state to reimburse the city of New York for the health care benefits of the retirees of the New York city off-track betting corporation; appropriates $7,000,000 therefor.
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2012-12-17
tabled
A09845PassRequires insurers to perform a comparison of life insurance policies against the federal Death Master File to identify potential matches of its insureds or account holders and to complete a good faith effort to confirm the death of the insured and lo...
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2012-12-17
approval memo.21
A09663PassProvides that the Urban Development Corporation shall establish a Cyber Research Institute to perform research and development in cyber security.
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2012-12-17
approval memo.25
A09666PassDesignates security services officers of the University of Rochester as peace officers.
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2012-12-17
signed chap.504
A09569PassCreates the four Orangetown public library districts; modifies the boundaries; authorizes individual libraries to apply for appropriations on an individual basis.
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2012-12-17
signed chap.494
S06469VetoEstablishes that not-for-profit organizations shall be entitled to all prompt contracting interest due from a state agency at the time of the first payment made to any such organization.
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2012-12-17
VETOED MEMO.188
S06463VetoRequires wireless communications equipment vendors offering insurance on such equipment to disclose whether they pay a commission to the wireless communications equipment retailer.
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2012-12-17
VETOED MEMO.187
S06134VetoIncreases the maximum award available under the historic preservation tax credit from five million dollars to twelve million dollars.
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2012-12-17
VETOED MEMO.183
S06320VetoDesignates court attendants in the town of Highlands as peace officers.
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2012-12-17
VETOED MEMO.186
S06319VetoDesignates as peace officers, the uniformed court officers of the town court of the town of New Windsor.
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2012-12-17
VETOED MEMO.185
S06202PassAuthorizes non-residents of the county of Allegany to be appointed as peace officers for the society for the prevention of cruelty to animals for such county.
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2012-12-17
SIGNED CHAP.497
S06171VetoRelates to designating certain employees of the Seneca county sheriff's office serving as uniformed marine patrol officers and uniformed court security officers as peace officers.
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2012-12-17
VETOED MEMO.184
A08657VetoDesignates police officers of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as peace officers.
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2012-12-17
tabled
S05671VetoRelates to the allowable amount of a letter of credit used as guarantee of performance of a state procurement contract.
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2012-12-17
VETOED MEMO.182
A07301VetoExtends the Catskill region off-track betting corporation to include the five counties comprising the city of New York.
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2012-12-17
tabled
A00948PassRelates to persons designated as peace officers.
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2012-12-17
signed chap.502
A01346PassAuthorizes a motor vehicle dealer who receives a vehicle for resale and satisfies any security interest in such vehicle, but has not received a release of security interest for such vehicle, to apply to the commissioner of motor vehicles for a certif...
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2012-12-17
signed chap.493
S03445VetoExempts food and beverages sold from vending machines for one dollar and fifty cents or less from the sales and use tax.
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2012-12-17
VETOED MEMO.181
S02542VetoIncludes the examination of tinted or shaded windows in the periodic inspection of motor vehicles required by law; authorizes the commissioner of motor vehicles to promulgate any and all rules and regulations necessary.
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2012-12-17
VETOED MEMO.180
S01998PassProvides that practicing or appearing as an attorney-at-law without being admitted and registered shall be a class E felony instead of a misdemeanor.
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2012-12-12
APPROVAL MEMO.20
A01712IntroEnacts the "voter empowerment act of New York" to streamline the process for registering to vote.
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2012-12-05
To Assembly Election Law Committee
A04314IntroCreates the western NY economic development initiatives fund for purposes of funding approved projects from New York power authority surplus revenue; provides that money to come from surplus revenue.
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2012-11-28
enacting clause stricken
S01974IntroEnacts the "voter empowerment act of New York" to streamline the process for registering to vote.
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2012-11-28
To Senate Elections Committee
S07867IntroEnacts "Victoria's law" to promote boater safety; requires all persons operating a mechanically propelled vessel to be a holder of a boating safety certificate; establishes the boating safety fund to promote summer activities for children.
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2012-11-14
To Senate Rules Committee
S07866IntroEnacts "Alix's law"; relates to leaving the scene of an incident without reporting it; also relates to operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
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2012-11-14
To Senate Rules Committee
S07865IntroRequires that each motor fuel terminal facility and each wholesaler which sells motor fuel in the state shall be capable of operating its distribution loading racks using alternate generated power source for a minimum of seventy-two hours; establishe...
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2012-11-14
To Senate Rules Committee
A10814IntroEliminates statute of limitations in criminal and civil actions and revives civil actions for certain sex offenses committed against a child less than eighteen years of age.
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2012-11-09
To Assembly Codes Committee
A10816IntroPermits apportionment of state aid where a school was not in session due to extraordinary weather conditions, disasters or emergencies during the two thousand twelve-two thousand thirteen school year.
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2012-11-02
To Assembly Education Committee
S07864IntroRequires the port authority of New York and New Jersey to conduct a noise and land use compatibility study.
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2012-10-26
To Senate Rules Committee
S07863IntroRequires the port authority of New York and New Jersey to conduct a noise and land use compatibility study.
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2012-10-26
To Senate Rules Committee
S07862IntroExpands the definition of "criminal act", for purposes of enterprise corruption, to include computer offenses, identity theft, criminal use of an access device and unlawful possession of personal identification information or a skimmer.
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2012-10-26
To Senate Rules Committee
S07861IntroDenies custody of a child to a parent convicted of rape.
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2012-10-26
To Senate Rules Committee
A10815IntroProhibits persons required to maintain registration under the sex offender registration act from entering into an area or room in a public, association or free library designated as a children's section or designed primarily to serve a population und...
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2012-10-25
To Assembly Correction Committee
S07638PassEstablishes a domestic violence fatality review team; adds members to the advisory council on domestic violence (part A); prohibits certain persons from controlling the disposition of a decedent's remains (part B); relates to the confidentiality prog...
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2012-10-25
SIGNED CHAP.491
S07860IntroEstablishes a cap on the amount of money a municipality may annually charge a mobile food vendor.
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2012-10-17
To Senate Rules Committee
S07859IntroEstablishes a one year moratorium on actions to foreclose a mortgage.
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2012-10-17
To Senate Rules Committee
S07858IntroEstablishes the crime of patronizing a prostitute in a school zone and includes daycare facilities within the definition of a school zone.
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2012-10-17
To Senate Rules Committee
S07857IntroRelates to penalties for causing a death while committing aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
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2012-10-17
To Senate Rules Committee
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