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S06770PassAuthorizes certain premises to sell liquor.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.319
S06740PassRelates to a health insurance demonstration program for early retirees.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.362
S06670PassAuthorizes remote net metering by farm and non-residential customer-generators using micro-hydroelectric generating equipment.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.318
S06642PassAuthorizes the exchange of property between the state of New York and Syracuse University.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.317
S06615PassIncreases the reimbursement cap for districts from $30,000 to $60,000.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.316
A09472PassExtends provisions relating to citizenship requirements for permanent certification as a teacher.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.289
S06585PassAuthorizes the city of Jamestown, county of Chautauqua, to discontinue the use of certain lands as parklands and requires the dedication of other certain parcels of land for public park purposes.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.315
A09392PassRelates to the definition of "stallion" for the purposes of the NYS thoroughbred breeding and development fund.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.288
A09380PassEstablishes a voluntary surveillance access database where residential homeowners and business owners may elect to have information and/or images obtained from their closed-circuit television or other electronic surveillance systems made available to...
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2012-08-01
signed chap.287
S06451PassAuthorizes the town of East Hampton to alienate and convey its interest in parkland, jointly owned by the towns of East Hampton and Southampton, to the town of Southampton.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.314
S06450PassProvides for the financing and construction of capital facilities for the Guilderland public library.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.313
S06395VetoRelates to assumed amortization for school projects.
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2012-08-01
VETOED MEMO.138
S05818PassAdds the Seneca Lake scenic byway into the state scenic byways system.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.310
A09229PassRelates to maintaining up-to-date photographs of sex offenders subsequent to release.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.364
A09223PassRelates to tax abatement for rent-controlled and rent regulated property occupied by senior citizens or persons with disabilities; relates to providing notice to those eligible of the need for reapplication.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.286
A09116PassIncreases certain special accidental death benefits paid to widows, widowers or the deceased member's children.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.285
A09020PassEstablishes the workforce guidance and information for women policy; requires the department of labor to provide guidance to local workforce investment boards and staff, to improve services and training for both women and men to qualify for higher pa...
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2012-08-01
signed chap.284
S06176PassExtends the effectiveness of chapter 405 of the laws of 2005 for two years which chapter authorizes the county of Albany to impose a county mortgage recording tax.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.311
S06177PassExtends provisions of chapter 105 of the laws of 2009 enabling the county of Albany to impose and collect taxes on occupancy of hotel or motel rooms in Albany county.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.312
A08880PassEliminates the Mount Kisco urban renewal agency; transfers any books, records and remaining rights of the dissolved authority to the village of Mount Kisco.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.282
A08917PassRelates to records of parole release interviews for inmates detained as sex offenders.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.363
A08924PassRelates to provisions establishing and constituting as a separate union free school district certain territory in the town of Greenburgh; authorizes such district to use real property outside of its territorial limits.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.283
A08554PassProvides for the inclusion of all property required to be set off, pursuant to paragraph (a) of section 5-3.1 of the estates, powers and trusts law, in the value of a small estate.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.281
A08414PassRequires notification on the department of health's website that all physician information may not be all-inclusive or up-to-date; requires an active link to the website maintained by the unified court system containing information on active and disp...
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2012-08-01
signed chap.280
S05612PassAuthorizes the dormitory authority to construct and finance certain facilities of Xavier High School in New York City.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.309
S05533VetoRelates to service of process upon the secretary of state.
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2012-08-01
VETOED MEMO.137
S05525PassAuthorizes municipalities and districts thereof to contract for goods and services jointly with the state or other municipalities.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.308
S05513PassProvides that the Monroe-Woodbury central school district shall be entitled to full aid notwithstanding the fact that they were in session for only 179 days.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.307
A07823PassAllows electronic access to a student's individualized education program.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.279
A07822PassRelates to agency reports; requires such reports to be posted on line; provides for a letter or notice to be sent to members of the legislature indicating the website address and the name of the person at such state agency to whom a legislator may re...
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2012-08-01
signed chap.278
A07574PassRelates to the certifications of disability for severely disabled persons to obtain certain motor vehicle registrations, plates and permits.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.277
S05343PassAllows those submitting applications to the department of education under title eight of the education law to submit an affirmation in lieu of an oath.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.306
S03844PassAuthorizes the town of Islip to lease certain lands to a business corporation.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.303
S04494PassIncreases penalties associated with the packaging, sale or certification of kosher foods; increases first violation from one thousand dollars to two thousand five hundred dollars; increases second violation from five thousand dollars to seven thousan...
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.304
A00397PassProvides that insurance policies that cover annual physicals and well care visits shall allow one visit per calendar year.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.273
S03801PassRequires health insurers to cover breast reconstruction surgery after a partial mastectomy.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.302
S02933PassRelates to the description of lands to be conveyed by the Longwood central school district to the state of New York.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.300
S01315PassPermits brewers with a certain annual volume and with a certain percentage of sales to terminate an agreement with a beer wholesaler without having good cause; requires payment of fair market value of the applicable distribution rights lost; allows f...
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.367
S04522PassRelates to exempting minimal risk pesticides from pesticide applicator certification requirements.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.305
A07216PassAllows a parent to request an additional parent residing in the school district to participate in committees on special education.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.276
A06300PassAllows a principal employed by a certain district to make a written request to the board of education for an extended leave of absence to serve as a principal at a charter school.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.275
S03330PassAuthorizes the town of Cheektowaga, county of Erie, to extend the lease for certain park lands in such town.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.301
A03363PassRequires access aisles of handicapped accessible parking spaces to be at least eight feet wide.
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2012-08-01
signed chap.274
S01642PassEnables the state dormitory authority to construct and finance dormitories and related facilities for the St. Andrew's Foundation, the Scottish Society of Hudson's Valley, Ltd.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.299
S00773VetoProhibits the filling, emptying or use of any liquefied petroleum gas cylinder, container or receptacle, except by the owner thereof or by a person authorized in writing by such owner.
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2012-08-01
VETOED MEMO.136
S00627PassFinances the construction, reconstruction, improvement, expansion or rehabilitation of wholesale regional farmers' markets and food hubs that promote farm products grown in New York state.
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2012-08-01
SIGNED CHAP.298
S07722VetoRelates to determinations of appropriate educational programs for certain students.
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2012-07-31
VETOED MEMO.130
A10292PassRelates to conferring a state seal of biliteracy for students who achieve certain criteria in the language arts.
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2012-07-31
signed chap.271
A10095PassAllows body piercing with parental or guardian consent for persons under the age of 18.
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2012-07-30
signed chap.270
S07827IntroRelates to operating a vessel while under the influence of alcohol or drugs; provides that no person shall operate a vessel while such person has .18 of one per centum or more by weight of alcohol in such person's blood as shown by chemical analysis ...
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2012-07-27
To Senate Rules Committee
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