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A10461IntroRelates to the prevention of discrimination; replaces the term "sexual harassment" with "discrimination".
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Governmental Operations Committee
A10452IntroAuthorizes the dormitory authority to construct and finance certain facilities of the New York Military Academy.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
A10442IntroProhibits the head of the office for people with developmental disabilities from changing the auspice of any individualized residential alternative that is operated by the state.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Mental Health Committee
A10440IntroAuthorizes real property taxing jurisdictions to grant a partial tax exemption for property purchased by a clinician in a clinician shortage area, as determined by the commissioner of health, which will be such clinician's primary residence and he or...
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Real Property Taxation Committee
A10458IntroProvides that beach areas operated by the office of parks, recreation and historic preservation shall include beach access routes provided for mobility impaired persons.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sports Committee
A10447IntroExempts the city of Middletown from the requirement that such city maintain a board for the licensing of master plumbers.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Cities Committee
A10443IntroDesignates Blue Heron lake, Katonah lake, Kitchawan lake, Oscaleta lake, Rippowam lake, Truesdale lake and Waccabuc lake as inland waterways for purposes of waterfront revitalization.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Environmental Conservation Committee
S08249IntroRelates to the residency requirement for the Nedrow fire department in Onondaga county.
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2018-04-23
To Senate Local Government Committee
A10441IntroAssesses an employer a civil penalty of not less than one thousand nor more than ten thousand dollars, per violation where an employer requires a nurse to work more that such nurse's regularly scheduled work hours; further provides that the employee ...
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Labor Committee
S08250IntroRelates to authorizing additional paid leave for health related services for certain employees not employed by the state who served in a combat theater or combat zone of operations.
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2018-04-23
To Senate Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee
A10460IntroAuthorizes and directs the New York state department of health, to conduct a study on the high incidence of asthma in the borough of Manhattan in the city of New York and to prepare a remedial plan.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Health Committee
A10448IntroIncreases the number of judges in the county of Tompkins from two to three judgeships.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Judiciary Committee
A10438IntroProvides that where a nitrogen-reducing sewage disposal system approved by the county department of health is designed by a land surveyor for an individual residential lot or is designed by a person who holds a valid license from the county to design...
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Higher Education Committee
S08247IntroProhibits any employee of the state police to be directed by any state regulation, rule or executive order to not assist with the enforcement of federal law; further ensures any state regulation, rule or executive order directing the state police to ...
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2018-04-23
To Senate Finance Committee
A10446IntroRequires unclaimed lottery prizes to be paid into the state treasury, to the credit of the state lottery fund.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Ways and Means Committee
A10456IntroEstablishes employment goals for minority-owned and women-owned businesses in accordance with the provisions of the most recent disparity study.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Governmental Operations Committee
A10436IntroRelates to the number of peremptory challenges for certain cases including those that involve certain class B or C felonies.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Codes Committee
A10459IntroEstablishes reimbursement mechanisms for access to hospice services for residents of assisted living programs.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Health Committee
A10445IntroEstablishes the Peconic Bay region septic system replacement loan program; defines terms; authorizes any town in the Peconic Bay region to establish a septic system replacement loan program using water quality improvement monies from the Peconic Bay ...
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Local Governments Committee
A10437IntroRelates to jury deliberations, permitting a deliberating jury to request written instructions regarding elements of any offense submitted, or of any defense or affirmative defense submitted in relation thereto.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Codes Committee
S08255IntroEstablishes septic system replacement loan programs; defines terms; authorizes the legislative body of any municipal corporation to establish a septic system replacement loan program to make loans to the owners of real property located within the mun...
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2018-04-23
To Senate Local Government Committee
A10457IntroRequires mandatory continuing education for cosmetologists and barbers; provides that during each four year license renewal period cosmetologists and barbers shall complete 36 hours of acceptable formal continuing education and shall be issued a cert...
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Economic Development, Job Creation, Commerce and Industry Committee
A10449IntroRequires a regularly scheduled time for recess every day for elementary school students.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Education Committee
A10450IntroRequires that online purchasers of tobacco products digitally upload a government-issued identification for verification of age, and requires sellers to include the words "TOBACCO PRODUCT" on the purchaser's billing statement for online sales.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Health Committee
A10453IntroAuthorizes the town of Yorktown, in the county of Westchester, to alienate certain parklands.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Local Governments Committee
A10451IntroAuthorizes the New York city school construction authority to award certain contracts for good or services to minority- or women-owned businesses without a competitive bidding process.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
A10454IntroValidates certain acts by the Roscoe central school district in connection with final building cost reports required to be filed with the education department.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Education Committee
S08253IntroProvides that where a nitrogen-reducing sewage disposal system approved by the county department of health is designed by a land surveyor for an individual residential lot or is designed by a person who holds a valid license from the county to design...
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2018-04-23
To Senate Cities Committee
S08252IntroDesignates Blue Heron lake, Katonah lake, Kitchawan lake, Oscaleta lake, Rippowam lake, Truesdale lake and Waccabuc lake as inland waterways for purposes of waterfront revitalization.
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2018-04-23
To Senate Finance Committee
S08251IntroPlaces requirements on honoring warranties of fire vehicles and ambulances; establishes the new emergency vehicle lemon law bill of rights; regulates arbitration proceedings.
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2018-04-23
To Senate Local Government Committee
S08254IntroEstablishes the Peconic Bay region septic system replacement loan program; defines terms; authorizes any town in the Peconic Bay region to establish a septic system replacement loan program using water quality improvement monies from the Peconic Bay ...
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2018-04-23
To Senate Local Government Committee
S08248IntroEstablishes that there shall be a tax credit in an amount equal to one percent of the salary and wages paid by an employer to a qualified residential telecommuting employee residing in the state, and a tax credit of up to five hundred dollars a year ...
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2018-04-23
To Senate Investigations and Government Operations Committee
A10439IntroRelates to the methodology of rates to reimburse special education schools.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Education Committee
A10444IntroEstablishes septic system replacement loan programs; defines terms; authorizes the legislative body of any municipal corporation to establish a septic system replacement loan program to make loans to the owners of real property located within the mun...
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Local Governments Committee
A10455IntroRelates to crisis intervention training for police officers in any city having a population of one million or more.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Governmental Operations Committee
S08245IntroRelates to permitting the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda union free school district to establish an insurance reserve fund.
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2018-04-23
To Senate Local Government Committee
S08246IntroDesignates the "Bear Mountain bridge" as the "Purple Heart Veterans Memorial Bridge".
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2018-04-23
To Senate Transportation Committee
S08243IntroRelates to permitting a driver to not have a hand on the steering mechanism of a vehicle while a driving automation system is engaged.
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2018-04-23
To Senate Transportation Committee
S08244IntroRelates to permitting the Tonawanda city school district to establish an insurance reserve fund.
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2018-04-23
To Senate Local Government Committee
S08181IntroProvides that on request of the sheriff, county legislature, county board of supervisors, mayor of any city or village, or supervisor of a town, the governor may order into active service of the state, all or any part of the organized militia, in acc...
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2018-04-23
To Senate Finance Committee
S08183IntroMakes improvements to charitable gaming and makes technical changes.
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2018-04-23
To Senate Finance Committee
S08138IntroEstablishes the offenses of phishing in the third degree, phishing in the second degree and phishing in the first degree; and relates to the time in which prosecution of such offenses must be commenced.
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2018-04-23
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S08088IntroAmends the education law relating to the licensure of pathologists' assistants, in relation to the effectiveness thereof.
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2018-04-23
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A10201IntroEstablishes an emergency evacuation plan for individuals with disabilities; establishes $500 fine for failure to comply with such plan within one year of the effective date.
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2018-04-23
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S08015IntroRelates to the sentence imposed for convictions of murder in the first degree.
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2018-04-23
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S07935IntroAuthorizes the town justice court of the town of Canandaigua to hold justice court in the city of Canandaigua.
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2018-04-23
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A09964IntroRelates to prohibiting the sale of child products containing organohalogen flame retardant.
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2018-04-23
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S07827IntroDesignates a portion of the state highway system constituting state route one hundred four in the town of Lewiston, county of Niagara as the "General William 'Wild Bill' Donovan Memorial Highway".
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2018-04-23
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A09881IntroProhibits admission of sex offenders to state operated psychiatric centers which share facilities with a children's psychiatric center.
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2018-04-23
To Assembly Mental Health Committee
S07720IntroProvides that court records in a proceeding under articles 77, 78 and 81 of the mental hygiene law shall not be perused, examined, disclosed, taken or copied by any other person than a party, the attorney or counsel of a party, the guardian, the cour...
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2018-04-23
2ND REPORT CAL.
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