New York Assemblymember Joseph DeStefano [R]

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NYA02760Intro
25%
Allows employees that refuse a coronavirus vaccine to be eligible for unemployment insurance.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Labor Committee
NYA02749Intro
25%
Prohibits the percentage of disbursements from the state lottery fund that goes towards education aid from falling below 45.15 percent.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Ways and Means Committee
NYA02759Intro
25%
Allows reservists who have served or who are currently serving in the United States armed forces to be eligible for 2.5 points on civil service examinations.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Governmental Employees Committee
NYA02763Intro
25%
Doubles the penalties for use of mobile telephones and use of portable electronic devices when such violations arise out of the same incident as a conviction for failure to move over and when such violations occurred in a work zone.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Transportation Committee
NYA02748Intro
25%
Relates to repair reserve funds for municipal corporations, school districts, boards of cooperative educational services, district corporations and improvement districts.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Education Committee
NYA02811Intro
25%
Repeals provisions relating to mandatory anti-arson applications for insurance coverage to insure any building against the peril of fire or explosion.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Insurance Committee
NYA02776Intro
25%
Establishes the offenses of reckless endangerment of an emergency service person in the first and second degrees.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Codes Committee
NYA02761Intro
25%
Requires public utility authorities to obtain legislative approval before raising rates or fees, or imposing new rates or fees.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Energy Committee
NYA02769Intro
25%
Relates to raising the income cap for senior citizens applying for the enhanced STAR property tax exemption.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Real Property Taxation Committee
NYA02874Intro
25%
Prohibits drivers of a bus, taxi or livery from using hands-free mobile telephones; provides for certain exceptions.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Transportation Committee
NYA02867Intro
25%
Allows the granting of academic credit at state or city operated institutions to veterans.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Higher Education Committee
NYA02762Intro
25%
Authorizes and directs the commissioner of health to designate HTLV-1 and HTLV-2 communicable diseases; requires reporting of HTLV-1 and HTLV-2 cases to the department of health; creates educational materials about the virus.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Health Committee
NYA02741Intro
25%
Relates to summaries of readable and understandable insurance policies which shall include the limits of insurance, the term of the policy, the amount of premium and the amount of deductibles and a statement.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Insurance Committee
NYA02854Intro
25%
Creates other post-employment benefit reserve funds; defines terms.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Education Committee
NYA02786Intro
25%
Requires that for hire vehicles with a chassis which was manufactured and then altered for the purpose of transporting ten or more occupants, including the driver, be equipped with an operable carbon monoxide detector.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Transportation Committee
NYA02773Intro
25%
Protects the identity of witnesses of hate crimes in discovery proceedings by requiring identifying information to be redacted, unless the court rules otherwise for good cause shown.
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2023-01-27
To Assembly Codes Committee
NYA00150Intro
25%
Increases age for use of ATVs by minors from age ten to fourteen.
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2023-01-26
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NYA02395Intro
25%
Relates to allowing a physically disabled surviving spouse who was married to an enhanced STAR qualifying individual to continue to receive the exemption even if the surviving spouse is not sixty-two years of age.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Real Property Taxation Committee
NYA02378Intro
25%
Provides that candidates who have provided firefighting service may deduct up to a maximum of six years from their age for purposes of meeting the age requirements.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Governmental Employees Committee
NYA02491Intro
25%
Defines the term crossbow as a bow and string, either compound or recurve, that launches a bolt or arrow, mounted upon a stock with a trigger that holds the string and limbs under tension until released which shall have at least six inches of limb wi...
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Environmental Conservation Committee
NYA02402Intro
25%
Authorizes school districts to establish an extraordinary needs reserve fund for the expenses of providing special education.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Education Committee
NYA02409Intro
25%
Limits the number of consecutive hours worked by certain employees of cities of one million or more; provides that employees of cities of one million or more who are subject to a collective bargaining agreement shall not work more than 17 consecutive...
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Labor Committee
NYA02386Intro
25%
Allows for no fault separation.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Judiciary Committee
NYA02379Intro
25%
Authorizes the creation and issuance of a distinctive license plate for fire police.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Transportation Committee
NYA02383Intro
25%
Authorizes the town of New Berlin, county of Chenango, to reduce the maximum speed limit along West Shore Road in such town to 15 miles per hour.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Transportation Committee
NYA02451Intro
25%
Establishes a tax credit for electric vehicle charging stations task force to recommend a program for a tax credit for commercial property owners who install electric vehicle charging stations on such property.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Ways and Means Committee
NYA02404Intro
25%
Prohibits registered sex offenders from using or being within five hundred feet of any state or municipal-owned park.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Correction Committee
NYA02471Intro
25%
Directs the department of labor and the office for people with developmental disabilities to study and report on the wages earned by those who help, assist, support, and/or work with the developmentally disabled.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Labor Committee
NYA02410Intro
25%
Limits the liability of schools holding in-person instruction in compliance with state approved plans.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Education Committee
NYA02380Intro
25%
Provides a real property tax exemption to agricultural lands that are used for certain purposes.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Real Property Taxation Committee
NYA02434Intro
25%
Allows municipalities to regulate public places where cannabis can be consumed.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Economic Development, Job Creation, Commerce and Industry Committee
NYA02489Intro
25%
Enacts the state contract sunlight act; requires the comptroller to develop a state-wide database of all bids for contracts, state contracts, and any additional information available for public review; requires the attorney general to review contract...
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Governmental Operations Committee
NYA02414Intro
25%
Prohibits an individual or entity that performs services, work, or repairs from performing the services, work, or repairs relating to any insurance claim for which a public adjuster represents the insured or has negotiated or effected a settlement wh...
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Insurance Committee
NYA02511Intro
25%
Provides for the establishment of a method for determining the lowest responsible bidder when negotiating state contracts that would incorporate quantifiable fiscal benefits.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Governmental Operations Committee
NYA02515Intro
25%
Increases the penalties for overtaking and passing a school bus; provides that for the first conviction a person shall be punished by a fine of not less than $350 nor more than $500; provides that for a second conviction a person shall be punished by...
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Transportation Committee
NYA02579Intro
25%
Provides that certified handicapped individuals may use an ATV on public land for transportation purposes only, during the hunting season.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Transportation Committee
NYA02505Intro
25%
Establishes a fire prevention and emergency task force to develop a plan for training requirements and standards for fire prevention and emergency response services in rural areas and to examine the necessity of having uniform standards across the st...
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Governmental Operations Committee
NYA02546Intro
25%
Allows certain defenses to parking violations despite entering of a default judgment.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Transportation Committee
NYA02499Intro
25%
Extends the timeframe for motor vehicle inspections for new motor vehicles sold within the state to five years from the date of sale.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Transportation Committee
NYA02502Intro
25%
Relates to establishing guidelines for DAs with regard to electronic conversion of certain records, books or papers in the care, custody or control of DAs that are more than 10 years old.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Judiciary Committee
NYA02520Intro
25%
Prohibits an employer from terminating an employee who is also a volunteer firefighter or an enrolled member of a volunteer ambulance service when such employee misses or is late to work because of an emergency to which the employee was dispatched.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Labor Committee
NYA02524Intro
25%
Authorizes counties to lease county land for natural gas exploration, development and production for five years or as long as gas is produced in paying quantities.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Environmental Conservation Committee
NYA02614Intro
25%
Provides that before a person may receive public assistance benefits, he or she must submit to and pass a drug test; requires health care professionals, law enforcement agencies, and courts report certain instances of substance abuse to the commissio...
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Social Services Committee
NYA02654Intro
25%
Gives state income tax credit to volunteer firefighters and members of a volunteer ambulance corps in good standing up to $2500; must be in good standing for a minimum of five years and maintain continued eligibility.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Ways and Means Committee
NYA02651Intro
25%
Requires applicants for registration of hybrid vehicles to submit proof of the make, model and model year of the motor vehicle for which registration is being applied, to the commissioner; establishes that after such proof is submitted, certificates ...
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Transportation Committee
NYA02721Intro
25%
Relates to minority-owned and women-owned business enterprises in relation to state contracts.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Governmental Operations Committee
NYA02710Intro
25%
Directs the department of economic development to study methods for keeping small retail businesses within the state and create a pilot program to train and counsel small business owners and potential small business owners; appropriates $210,000 ther...
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Small Business Committee
NYA02639Intro
25%
Provides tax credits equal to the cost of the issuance of fishing and hunting licenses to volunteer firefighters and ambulance workers.
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2023-01-26
To Assembly Environmental Conservation Committee
NYK00057PassMemorializing Governor Kathy Hochul to proclaim January 2023, as Cervical Cancer Awareness Month in the State of New York
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2023-01-25
adopted
NYK00059PassMemorializing Governor Kathy Hochul to proclaim January 9, 2023, as Law Enforcement Appreciation Day in the State of New York
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2023-01-25
adopted
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