New York Assemblymember Judy Griffin [D]

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NYA10803EnrollRelates to the disposal of construction and demolition waste; provides penalties for the unlawful disposal and dealing in construction and demolition wastes; requires waste tracking documents for the disposal of construction and demolition waste; cre...
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2020-12-03
delivered to governor
NYA10001EnrollProvides for the regulation of mining and the reclamation of mines within counties with a population of one million or more which draw their primary source of drinking water for a majority of county residents from a designated sole source aquifer.
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2020-12-03
delivered to governor
NYA10607PassEstablishes a New York food supply working group to provide advice, guidance, and recommendations on New York's food supply and related supply chain logistics in the wake of COVID-19.
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2020-12-02
approval memo.26
NYA05370PassRequires the department of public health to develop and disseminate information regarding bone marrow donor programs and authorizes physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners to provide such information to patients.
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2020-11-27
approval memo.15
NYA10629PassEstablishes the frontline workers trauma informed care advisory council to connect frontline workers impacted by COVID-19 to evidenced-based trauma-informed support resources and learning opportunities.
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2020-11-27
approval memo.17
NYA07579PassRequires an injured worker or person entitled to a death benefit to be provided with the option to have the compensation payment made through direct deposit, and requires such person be given notice of such option and the forms necessary to enroll.
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2020-11-11
approval memo.11
NYA08094PassEstablishes the outdoor Rx act; requires the division of veterans' services to review issues relating to veterans' abilities to access state parks, lands and facilities; and provides for the repeal of such provisions upon the expiration thereof.
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2020-11-11
signed chap.282
NYA10796PassAuthorizes Thomas Smith to receive credit under the optional twenty-year retirement plan of the retirement and social security law available to police officers.
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2020-11-11
signed chap.266
NYA10039PassRelates to prohibiting a party to an order of protection from remotely controlling any connected devices affecting the home, vehicle or property of the person protected by such order.
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2020-11-11
signed chap.261
NYA09779PassDirects the office of fire prevention and control within the division of homeland security and emergency services to form a task force and issue a report relating to volunteer firefighter recruitment and retention; creates the New York state voluntee...
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2020-11-11
approval memo.12
NYA10746IntroRelates to ballots submitted in envelopes that are partially sealed or sealed with tape, paste, or any other binding agent or device.
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2020-11-06
To Assembly Election Law Committee
NYA11141IntroEstablishes a cause of action for fertility fraud, allows patients who have undergone assisted reproduction procedures to bring a cause of action if human reproductive material other than that which was consented to by the patient is used in such pro...
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2020-11-06
To Assembly Judiciary Committee
NYA08608PassRelates to parking in electric vehicle charging spaces; prohibits motor vehicles which are not an electric vehicle from parking in such spaces.
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2020-10-07
signed chap.206
NYA08808IntroProhibits the retail sale of flavored tobacco products and accessories and imposes a fine of not more than five hundred dollars for each infraction.
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2020-10-07
To Assembly Health Committee
NYA10480IntroEstablishes the New York works progress program; provides for the repeal of such provisions upon the expiration thereof.
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2020-10-07
To Assembly Labor Committee
NYA04540IntroImposes an additional tax surcharge on certain non-primary residence class one and class two properties in a city with a population of one million or more.
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2020-10-07
To Assembly Real Property Taxation Committee
NYA11056IntroProvides that the public service commission shall commence a rulemaking proceeding to set minimum requirements regarding the rights of customers that electric corporations shall adhere to at times preceding and for the duration of an electric service...
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2020-10-07
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
NYA11053IntroRelates to allowing the administration of prescribed glucagon or epinephrine auto injectors in emergency situations by trained unlicensed school personnel.
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2020-10-07
To Assembly Education Committee
NYA10741PassRelates to permitting the education department to renew limited and provisional permits for an additional twelve months.
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2020-09-21
signed chap.182
NYA10972IntroRelates to the acquisition of real property by eminent domain and the methods for calculating compensation for such acquisition.
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2020-09-09
To Assembly Local Governments Committee
NYA10991IntroDefines medical needs for essential electricity as including but not limited to, apnea monitors for infants, cuirass respirators, hemodialysis machines, IV feeding machines, IV medical infusion machines, oxygen concentrators, positive pressure respir...
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2020-09-09
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
NYA11019IntroRequires electric corporations to prioritize restoring services to police departments, fire departments, and ambulance services, when such services are interrupted; prohibits such corporations from charging rate payers a higher rate for extra costs i...
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2020-09-09
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
NYA10988IntroRequires cell towers to be equipped with a back-up power source in case of a power outage.
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2020-09-09
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
NYA10999IntroRequires utility companies maintain a toll free number for consumers to call to report service outages which shall be made available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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2020-09-09
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
NYA11016IntroRelates to emergency response plans relating to the notification of location of downed wires from a municipal emergency official or individual.
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2020-09-09
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
NYA11015IntroRequires the emergency response plan of an electric corporation to include plans for how the communication and coordination of efforts shall occur.
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2020-09-09
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
NYA11020IntroProvides a discount to consumers who have a contract for service with a gas corporation, electric corporation, gas and electric corporation, water corporation, steam corporation, telegraph corporation, telephone corporation, cable television company,...
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2020-09-09
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
NYA11017IntroRequires electric companies to provide alternative measures to ensure customers with documented need for essential electricity for medical needs have access to electricity during power outages; requires electric companies to provide generators or lod...
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2020-09-09
To Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee
NYA10934IntroDesignates residential construction as an essential business during the COVID-19 state disaster emergency.
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2020-09-09
To Assembly Housing Committee
NYA00389IntroEnacts the "tobacco-free pharmacies act"; provides that no pharmacy shall sell or cause to be sold tobacco products; imposes civil penalties.
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2020-08-28
enacting clause stricken
NYA10492PassRelates to bond anticipation notes issued in calendar years 2015 through 2021; authorizes the expenditure and temporary transfer of reserve funds for expenses related to COVID-19; authorizes the extension of repayment of inter-fund advances made for ...
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2020-08-24
signed chap.157
NYA02919IntroRelates to certified public accountants.
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2020-08-17
To Assembly Higher Education Committee
NYA10505IntroProvides that a person commits a crime against an essential worker during a declared state disaster emergency when he or she commits a specified offense against an essential worker and such crime is committed against such worker while in the course o...
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2020-08-17
To Assembly Codes Committee
NYA10924IntroEstablishes the New York state small business protection program to provide loans and grants to qualifying entities that have less than 100 employees per location, did not receive any federal funding for the Federal CARES Act, was in existence in New...
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2020-08-17
To Assembly Small Business Committee
NYA10940IntroProvides that casting and canvassing of absentee, military, special presidential, special federal and other special ballots shall occur as such ballots are received by the board of elections.
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2020-08-17
To Assembly Election Law Committee
NYA06163PassProvides that no person sixteen years of age or over shall be a passenger in a motor vehicle unless such person is restrained by a safety belt approved by the commissioner of motor vehicles.
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2020-08-11
signed chap.136
NYA09903IntroCriminalizes the sale of ghost guns and requires gunsmiths to register and serialize firearms, rifles, shotguns, and unfinished frames or receivers they assemble, manufacture, fabricate, build, or if they fit together the component parts of a firearm...
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2020-07-24
To Assembly Codes Committee
NYA10846IntroRelates to temporarily admitting certain attorneys graduating from law school or taking the bar exam during the COVID-19 state disaster emergency; such attorney may be admitted on a permanent basis if they remain in good standing under section 90 of ...
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2020-07-24
To Assembly Judiciary Committee
NYA04398EngrossRequires supermarkets to make excess food available to qualifying entities.
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2020-07-23
RETURNED TO ASSEMBLY
NYA05415EngrossRequires liability insurance rate reductions upon completion of a boating safety course or an advanced boating safety course.
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2020-07-23
substituted by s3688a
NYA07662IntroProhibits hotels from making available to its hotel guests small plastic bottles containing hospitality personal care products; imposes a monetary penalty for violation of such prohibition after notice, and a hearing or opportunity to be heard.
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2020-07-23
substituted by s5282b
NYA08610IntroRequires municipalities with the highest population in each county to have at least one polling place designated for early voting.
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2020-07-23
substituted by s8782
NYA08533IntroEstablishes a drug assistance demonstration program and authorizes emergency prescriptions.
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2020-07-23
substituted by s6492b
NYA07805IntroRelates to municipal sustainable energy loan programs.
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2020-07-23
substituted by s6523a
NYA10118IntroRequires certain providers that extend specific terms of commercial financing to a recipient to disclose certain information about the offer to the recipient, including information concerning the financing amount, finance charges, the annual percenta...
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2020-07-23
substituted by s5470b
NYA10779EngrossEstablishes a commission to be known as the "New York seawall study commission" which will study the feasibility, costs, impacts, and best locations for construction of a seawall or sea gate being created to protect the city of New York from sea leve...
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2020-07-23
To Senate Rules Committee
NYA10193EngrossProvides that certain schools shall experience no financial harm for reduced enrollment or inability to operate for the full 180 session days due to the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
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2020-07-23
RETURNED TO ASSEMBLY
NYA10833IntroAuthorizes absentee voting; defines the term "illness" for the purposes of absentee voting to include instances where a voter is unable to appear personally at the polling place of the election district in which they are a qualified voter because the...
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2020-07-23
substituted by s8015d
NYA08829IntroProhibits the use of trichloroethylene as a vapor degreaser, an intermediate chemical to produce other chemicals, a refrigerant, or an extraction solvent or in any other manufacturing or industrial cleaning process or use beginning December 1, 2021.
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2020-07-23
substituted by s6829b
NYK00983PassMemorializing Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to proclaim November 2020, as Epilepsy Awareness Month in the State of New York
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2020-07-23
adopted
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