New York Senator Susan Serino [R]

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NYS04093Engross
50%
Establishes September twenty-second of each year as a day of commemoration known as Veteran Suicide Awareness and Remembrance Day.
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2022-01-20
2ND REPORT CAL.
NYS05960Engross
50%
Designates August thirty-first of each year as a day of commemoration to be known as "Overdose Awareness Day".
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2022-01-20
2ND REPORT CAL.
NYS01594Intro
25%
Enacts the "New York state living donor support act" to provide state reimbursement to living organ donors, who are state residents, for medical and associated expenses incurred as a result of the organ donation, when the organ donation is made to an...
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2022-01-19
To Senate Finance Committee
NYJ01631PassCommemorating the observance of the 37th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in the State of New York, on January 17, 2022
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2022-01-19
ADOPTED
NYJ01706PassMourning the death of The Honorable Reginald A. LaFayette, renowned civic leader in Westchester County and distinguished citizen
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2022-01-19
ADOPTED
NYS00484Engross
50%
Relates to requiring a medical facility or related service to obtain express prior written consent before filming and/or broadcasting of visual images of a patient's medical treatment.
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2022-01-18
ADVANCED TO THIRD READING
NYS02279Engross
50%
Designates the state of New York a purple heart state.
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2022-01-12
ADVANCED TO THIRD READING
NYJ01264PassCommending Dr. Stephen Thomas upon the occasion of his designation as recipient of a Liberty Medal
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2022-01-11
ADOPTED
NYS00525Intro
25%
Relates to the treatment of domestic violence victims and documentation of injury and evidence; provides the type of evidence to be collected and maintained; provides that the office of victim services shall cover the costs of the domestic violence f...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Health Committee
NYS00522Intro
25%
Relates to providing an exemption for drugs and medicines for companion and farm animals.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Budget and Revenue Committee
NYS00798Intro
25%
Provides that no state or local agency, or any agent thereof, may use any funds, facilities, property, equipment or personnel of such agency to investigate, enforce or provide assistance in the investigation or enforcement of any federal program requ...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Codes Committee
NYS00960Engross
50%
Relates to aggravated cruelty to animals.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Agriculture Committee
NYS01522Intro
25%
Ensures privacy protections for all emergency personnel present at a crime scene including ambulance services or advanced life support first response services, certified first responders, firefighters, emergency medical technicians or advanced emerge...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Codes Committee
NYS01831Intro
25%
Exempts political subdivisions from the imposition of the metropolitan commuter transportation mobility tax.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Investigations and Government Operations Committee
NYS01956Intro
25%
Establishes the school mental health services program coordinator to provide qualifying public and nonpublic schools with mental health services professionals.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Education Committee
NYS01917Intro
25%
Designates offenses against law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical services personnel as hate crimes.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Codes Committee
NYS02028Intro
25%
Creates the coronavirus business interruption and municipal recovery program to provide grants through the empire state development corporation to businesses and municipalities which sustain economic losses as a result of the COVID-19 emergency; auth...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Commerce, Economic Development and Small Business Committee
NYS02046Intro
25%
Requires that all victim impact statements in New York state be video recorded; and requires that the members of the parole board and all presiding commissioners for such hearing review all relevant victim impact statements prior to the conduct of a ...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Codes Committee
NYS02067Intro
25%
Establishes a temporary state commission to study and investigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic response on deaths in nursing homes; and providing for the repeal of such provisions upon expiration thereof.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Health Committee
NYS01963Intro
25%
Provides that if, as a result of services performed in line of duty during a state of emergency, a volunteer firefighter or volunteer ambulance worker is exposed to or comes in contact with COVID-19, the chief engineer or other executive officer of t...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Local Government Committee
NYS02037Intro
25%
Doubles the STAR property tax deduction for qualified medical providers or first responders charged with caring for COVID-19 patients; provides a $1,000 refundable state income tax credit for qualified medical providers or first responders charged wi...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Local Government Committee
NYS02034Intro
25%
Establishes a dangerous employment benefit of five hundred thousand dollars for law enforcement officers who become seriously physically or mentally incapacitated or dies as the result of an injury, sustained in the performance or discharge of duties...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS02129Intro
25%
Establishes the crime of assault on a pregnant individual as a class D felony.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Women's Issues Committee
NYS02146Intro
25%
Allows for the governor to create a period of enhanced penalties during a disaster; creates enhanced penalties for certain disaster related crimes during public emergencies.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee
NYS02150Intro
25%
Provides that a person may be charged with promoting a suicide or manslaughter if he or she is convicted of endangering the welfare of a vulnerable elderly person, an incompetent or physically disabled person and the conduct was the proximate cause o...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Codes Committee
NYS02147Intro
25%
Establishes a tax credit for grocery donations to food pantries.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Investigations and Government Operations Committee
NYS02145Intro
25%
Provides that the department of health shall conduct a program of epidemiological assessments of the incidence of Parkinson's disease in the state.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Health Committee
NYS02148Intro
25%
Establishes a pilot program for Lyme and tick-borne disease testing in children.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Health Committee
NYS02215Intro
25%
Provides that no bill which increases, extends, imposes or revives any tax, fee, assessment, surcharge or any other such levy or collection, be passed or become a law, except by the assent of two-thirds of the members elected to each branch of the le...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Judiciary Committee
NYS02216Intro
25%
Establishes the aging in place council to study and provide recommendations to promote aging in place.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Aging Committee
NYS02217Intro
25%
Establishes that the council on human blood and transfusion services shall review all current medical research and guidance regarding the donation of blood by patients with a history of Lyme or tick-borne illnesses.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Health Committee
NYS02214Intro
25%
Eliminates the obligation for motorists in certain counties to pay the metropolitan commuter transportation district supplemental registration fee.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Transportation Committee
NYS02149Intro
25%
Provides for recall; provides that any state or local officer, including the governor, lieutenant governor, comptroller, attorney general and state legislators may be recalled; requires a petition for recall of a statewide officer to be signed by ele...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Judiciary Committee
NYS02561Intro
25%
Relates to the classification of certain crimes relating to assaults on police officers; increases such classifications by one level.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Codes Committee
NYS02690Intro
25%
Amends provisions related to the farm laborers wage board, including how many times they must meet each year and additional considerations the wage board shall make when making a report to the governor and the legislature.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Labor Committee
NYS02710Intro
25%
Relates to increasing the retention percentage for certain motor vehicle service fees.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Transportation Committee
NYS02824Intro
25%
Requires certain persons and officials to report child abuse or suspected child abuse to law enforcement authorities.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Children and Families Committee
NYS02827Intro
25%
Directs the commissioner of DMV to establish a sex trafficking awareness and prevention program to provide education and awareness literature and educational materials to all drivers with a commercial motor vehicle license.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Transportation Committee
NYS02822Intro
25%
Directs the superintendent of financial services, in consultation with the commissioner of health, to study the relationship between patient access to care and treatment of Lyme disease and health insurance coverage.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Insurance Committee
NYS02825Intro
25%
Authorizes the commissioner of health to award grants for graduate medical education in Lyme and tick-borne disease and to designate organizations as centers for Lyme and tick-borne disease excellence.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Health Committee
NYS02826Intro
25%
Directs promulgation of rules and regulations concerning removal of ticks from pupils and notification to parents.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Education Committee
NYS02823Intro
25%
Relates to the duty of the office for the aging to provide certain information relating to services through electronic means including a mobile application.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Aging Committee
NYS02946Intro
25%
Relates to guidelines for best practices in treating residential properties for integrated pest management to assist in the prevention of ticks.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Environmental Conservation Committee
NYS02945Intro
25%
Restricts use of pension assignments and which persons can engage in the business of offering consideration for pensions.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee
NYS02944Intro
25%
Adds new conditions on authorized lenders of reverse mortgages including: delivery of a plain language notice, providing the borrower with a reverse mortgage worksheet guide and counseling, and a lapse of seven days between the reverse mortgage couns...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Aging Committee
NYS02947Intro
25%
Permits sentences for two or more crimes to run consecutively, when one of such crimes is a homicide.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Codes Committee
NYS02948Intro
25%
Establishes a joint commission on public transparency and sexual harassment to adopt, amend and rescind rules and regulations defining sexual harassment for state agencies, offices, and branches of government and develop recommendations for the unifo...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Finance Committee
NYS02943Intro
25%
Limits the use of messages of necessity to situations involving a state of emergency.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Judiciary Committee
NYS02916Intro
25%
Provides that any entity subject to the provisions of article six of the public officers law which does not grant or deny a request for a record within twenty-five days of such request shall be deemed to have denied the request for such record; makes...
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2022-01-05
To Senate Investigations and Government Operations Committee
NYS03040Intro
25%
Requires assent of two-thirds of the members for any bill that enacts or increases tax revenues.
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2022-01-05
To Senate Investigations and Government Operations Committee
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