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AB 1002 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Prohibits the operation of horse drawn cabs in the city of New York; repealer
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CITIES
Prohibits the operation of horse drawn cabs in the city of New York; defines the circumstances under which sale or disposal of a horse shall be deemed humane.
AB 1003 - Asm. Dan Quart (D-NY)
Relates to the availability of certain benefits to exonerees; repealer
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO JUDICIARY
Relates to the availability of certain benefits and entitlements to exonerees.
AB 1040 - Asw. Aravella Simotas (D-NY)
Prohibits day care centers from using or having for use toxic toys; defines toxic toys
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND PROTECTION
Prohibits every child day care, child day care provider, child day care center, group family day care home, school age child care or family day care home from using or having for use unsafe children's products; defines unsafe children's products; authorizes civil penalties.
AB 1054 - Asw. Amy Paulin (D-NY)
Requires the creation and imposition of restrictive commercial practices and stringent recordkeeping and reporting to prevent gun sales to criminals
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Requires the creation and imposition of restrictive commercial practices and stringent recordkeeping and reporting to prevent gun sales to criminals; provides that such measures shall be promulgated by the superintendent of state police; restricts premises of sales; requires employee training; prohibits straw purchases; imposes additional license conditions.
AB 1070 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Relates to non-compliant dwellings and harm reduction services
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE
Establishes the definitions of non-compliant dwelling and harm reduction services and provides that every patient in a chemical dependence residential service or in a residential service that has a length of stay of thirty days or more shall have the right to remain unless removed through a special proceeding under article seven of the real property actions and proceedings law.
AB 1071 - Asw. Amy Paulin (D-NY)
Establishes the child-parent security act; repealer
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO JUDICIARY
Establishes the child-parent security act to legally establish a child's relationship with his or her parents.
AB 1084 - Asm. Richard Gottfried (D-NY)
Relates to rights of residents of adult care facilities
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to rights of residents of adult care facilities; provides that residents have a right to be informed about their condition, treatment and medications.
AB 1107 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Relates to enacting the ""budgeting for opioid treatment in New York act""
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO WAYS AND MEANS
Enacts the ""budgeting for opioid treatment in New York act"" which provides for an excise tax of one cent per milligram on prescription opiates and establishes the opiate addiction trust fund to provide funding for addiction treatment, prevention and recovery programs.
AB 1120 - Asm. Richard Gottfried (D-NY)
Relates to provision of patient health information and medical records
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to provision of patient health information and medical records; expands the definition of medical records to include all health related records; prohibits fees for providing certain records.
AB 1126 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Establishes regulations for hospital emergency rooms
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Establishes regulations for hospital emergency rooms when treating patients suffering from an opioid overdose or addiction.
AB 1127 - Asm. Richard Gottfried (D-NY)
Relates to health facilities and services in correctional facilities
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to health facilities and services in correctional facilities.
AB 1131 - Asm. Richard Gottfried (D-NY)
Relates to allowing for facility caregivers to possess medical marihuana in a similar manner to that of a designated caregiver
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to allowing for facility caregivers to possess medical marihuana in a similar manner to that of a designated caregiver; relates to medical marihuana research.
AB 1150 - Asm. Richard Gottfried (D-NY)
Relates to judicial and administrative procedures for vindicating patient health care decisions
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to judicial and administrative procedures for vindicating patient health care decisions.
AB 1153 - Asw. Deborah Glick (D-NY)
Provides that certain tenants who own or keep pets shall not be denied occupancy or be subject to eviction solely on those grounds
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HOUSING
Provides that no person 62 years of age or older shall be denied occupancy in multiple dwellings, nor shall such tenant be evicted from a multiple dwelling on the sole ground that he or she owns or keeps a common household pet or pets, the harboring of which is not prohibited by the multiple dwelling law or other applicable law, unless the pet causes damage to the subject premises, creates a nuisance or interferes substantially with the health, safety or welfare of other tenants or occupants of the same or adjacent building or structure.
AB 1154 - Asm. Albert Stirpe (D-NY)
Enacts the health care professional transparency act
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Enacts the health care professional transparency act; prohibits health care professionals from using deceptive or misleading advertising.
AB 1162 - Asm. Richard Gottfried (D-NY)
Relates to execution of orders not to resuscitate and orders pertaining to life sustaining treatments by physician assistants; repealer
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Permits the execution of orders not to resuscitate and orders pertaining to life sustaining treatments by physician assistants.
AB 1175 - Asm. Michael Miller (D-NY)
Extends the statute of limitations in criminal and civil actions for certain sex offenses committed against a child less than eighteen years of age
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Establishes the period of limitation for the prosecution of a sex offense defined in article 130 of the penal law, incest or use of a child in a sexual performance committed against a person less than eighteen years of age shall not begin to run until the person has reached the age of twenty-three or the offense is reported to law enforcement or the statewide central register of child abuse and maltreatment, whichever occurs earlier; allows civil claims or causes of action brought by any person for physical, psychological or other injury or condition suffered as a result of conduct that is a sex offense as defined in article 130 of the penal law, incest or use of a child in a sexual performance committed against a child who was less than eighteen years of age at the time shall be allowed ...
AB 1177 - Asm. Thomas Abinanti (D-NY)
Authorizes summer camps to hire certain licensed professionals to provide services
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Authorizes summer camps to hire licensed social workers, physical therapists, psychologists, athletic trainers, mental health care professionals, occupational therapists and other licensed professionals to provide services.
AB 118 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Relates to women's health in correctional facilities
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CORRECTION
Relates to women's health in correctional facilities; establishes a women's health education program; provides access to pregnancy counseling services; authorizes a support person to accompany an inmate during delivery; requires HIV and STD testing to be offered to women inmates; provides pregnant inmates with access to prenatal vitamins as well as a specialized diet tailored to pregnancy needs; requires a study and report on women's health in prison.
AB 1182 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Provides for licensure of school psychologists
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Provides for the licensure of school psychologists; authorizes the use of the title ""school psychologist"" to licensed or exempt individuals; defines practice of school psychology; sets forth requirements for professional licensure (including educational attainment, experience, exam and fee); provides for issuance of limited permits under specified circumstances; identifies exempt persons.
AB 1192 - Asm. Richard Gottfried (D-NY)
Prohibits participation in torture and improper treatment of prisoners by health care professionals
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Prohibits participation in torture and improper treatment of prisoners by health care professionals; prohibits a health care professional from engaging, assisting, planning the torture or improper treatment of a prisoner; requires health care professionals to report torture and improper treatment.
AB 1208 - Asm. Richard Gottfried (D-NY)
Authorizes collaborative programs for community paramedicine services
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Authorizes collaborative programs for community paramedicine services as part of the hospital-home care-physician collaboration program.
AB 1213 - Asw. Pamela Hunter (D-NY)
Relates to access to foreign state records concerning previous or present mental illness of applicants for firearms license
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to access to foreign state records concerning previous or present mental illness of applicants for firearms licenses.
AB 1238 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Relates to the termination of leases when a domestic violence victim obtains an order of protection or signed affidavit
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HOUSING
Relates to the termination of leases when a domestic violence victim obtains an order of protection or signed affidavit.
AB 1263 - Asm. Albert Stirpe (D-NY)
Relates to ensuring the rights of an individual with a disability or a vulnerable adult during investigations conducted by the justice center
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH
Ensures the rights of an individual with a disability or a vulnerable adult during investigations conducted by the justice center.
AB 1271 - Asw. Latoya Joyner (D-NY)
Relates to extending the two hundred foot rule to certain treatment facilities
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Relates to extending the two hundred foot rule to certain treatment facilities for mental illness and chemical dependence operating under the mental hygiene law.
AB 1317 - Asm. Yuh-Line Niou (D-NY)
Establishes the New York state service corps, relates to the New York state service corps - health services track; repealer
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO LABOR
Establishes the New York state service corps; relates to the New York state service corps - health services track.
AB 1348 - Asm. Dan Quart (D-NY)
Relates to harassment through electronic communication
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS
Relates to harassment through electronic communication; establishes the office for the prevention of internet crime and harassment; adds electronic communication to the crime of harassment in the first and second degrees; increases the penalties for falsely reporting an incident in the first, second, and third degrees; increases the penalties for stalking in the first and second degrees.
AB 1370 - Asm. Thomas Abinanti (D-NY)
Requires notice be posted in programs subject to regulation by the office for people with developmental disabilities, informing employees to call 911 during an emergency
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH
Requires notice be posted in programs subject to regulation by the office for people with developmental disabilities, informing employees to call 911 during an emergency and directing them to make required reports relating to abuse or neglect to the justice center for the protection of people with special needs or to law enforcement.
AB 1383 - Asm. Clifford Crouch (R-NY)
Relates to authorizing a study on the wages earned by aides to the developmentally disabled
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO LABOR
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.
AB 1395 - Asm. Thomas Abinanti (D-NY)
Requires providers of services for the developmentally disabled to perform certain duties
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH
Requires providers of services for the developmentally disabled to perform certain duties relating to the use of surveillance cameras in all public common areas in residential facilities.
AB 1415 - Asm. Angelo Santabarbara (D-NY)
Establishes the customized employment demonstration program whereby certain positions are divided into sub-positions by the civil service commission to provide for employment of disabled persons
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO GOVERNMENTAL EMPLOYEES
Establishes the customized employment demonstration program whereby certain positions are divided into sub-positions by the civil service commission to provide for employment of persons with developmental disabilities who are able to perform a portion of the duties of such position.
AB 1418 - Asw. Jo Anne Simon (D-NY)
Creates a temporary state commission to study and investigate the effects of closures of long term care facilities
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO AGING
Creates a temporary state commission to study and investigate the effects of closures of long term care facilities on the residents of such facilities and their families.
AB 1422 - Asm. Angelo Santabarbara (D-NY)
Establishes a moratorium on the placement of registered sex offenders by the office for people with developmental disabilities in residential placements for individuals with developmental disabilities
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH
Establishes a moratorium on the placement of registered sex offenders by the office for people with developmental disabilities in residential placements for individuals with developmental disabilities; requires the office to study the dangers and effects of such placements and whether there are any other alternatives to such placements and to report to the governor and the legislature on its findings and recommendations.
AB 1445 - Asm. Angelo Santabarbara (D-NY)
Relates to providing for multi-formatted services menus for the cognitively impaired on websites operated by certain state agencies
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS
Relates to providing for multi-formatted services menus for the cognitively impaired on websites operated by certain state agencies; includes the department of health, office for people with developmental disabilities and the office of mental health.
AB 1477 - Asw. Carrie Woerner (D-NY)
Relates to the placement of registered sex offenders by the office for people with developmental disabilities
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH
Relates to the placement of registered sex offenders by the office for people with developmental disabilities; provides that registered sex offenders with developmental disabilities shall be placed only in residential placements specifically designated for registered sex offenders by the office.
AB 1486 - Asw. Carrie Woerner (D-NY)
Relates to operation of a vessel while under the influence of alcohol or drugs; repealer
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO TRANSPORTATION
Provides for the repeal of existing boating while intoxicated laws and replaces them with laws related to operation of a boat while under the influence of alcohol or drugs which closer resemble the existing DWI laws.
AB 1494 - Asw. Diana Richardson (D-NY)
Relates to authorizing early parole release for inmates where substance abuse was a significant contributing factor in the commission of the offense
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO CORRECTION
Relates to authorizing early parole release for inmates where substance abuse was a significant contributing factor in the commission of the offense.
AB 1510 - Asw. Diana Richardson (D-NY)
Relates to a judicial diversion program for certain felony offenders
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to a judicial diversion program for certain felony offenders; expands definition for an eligible defendant.
AB 1513 - Asm. Angelo Santabarbara (D-NY)
Authorizes certain reports relating to reportable incidents involving vulnerable persons to be released to officers and employees of the state comptroller
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH
Authorizes certain reports relating to reportable incidents involving vulnerable persons to be released to officers and employees of the state comptroller for the purposes of a duly authorized performance audit.
AB 1535 - Asw. Diana Richardson (D-NY)
Requires certain persons and officials, teachers, superintendents and certain professionals to complete training in reporting cases of suspected child abuse
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Requires certain persons and officials required to report suspected child abuse and maltreatment to complete ongoing training; further requires all teachers, school superintendents and licensed professionals who are required to report cases of child abuse and maltreatment to complete training in the reporting of suspected cases of child abuse and maltreatment at least once every 2 years.
AB 1558 - Asm. Angelo Santabarbara (D-NY)
Relates to the powers and duties of the advisory council of the justice center for the protection of people with special needs
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH
Relates to the powers and duties of the advisory council of the justice center for the protection of people with special needs; adds additional duties relating to investigations of allegations of abuse and neglect.
AB 1578 - Asm. Thomas Abinanti (D-NY)
Requires providers of services for the developmentally disabled to perform certain duties
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH
Creates an environment in the workplace that does not discourage witnessing and reporting on abusive behavior and provides penalties for acts of retribution against such person.
AB 1589 - Asm. Thomas Abinanti (D-NY)
Requires a purchaser of any firearm, rifle or shotgun to submit to a mental health evaluation
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Requires a purchaser of any firearm, rifle or shotgun to submit to a mental health evaluation and provide the seller with his or her approval to purchase such firearm.
AB 1608 - Asm. Thomas Abinanti (D-NY)
Requires all officers and employees in the executive and legislative branches to complete mandatory ethics training on an annual basis; repealer
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS
Requires all officers and employees in the executive and legislative branches to complete mandatory ethics training on an annual basis.
AB 1617 - Asw. Crystal Peoples-Stokes (D-NY)
Enacts the ""marihuana regulation and taxation act""; repealer; appropriation
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Enacts the ""marihuana regulation and taxation act""; relates to the description of marihuana, and the growing of and use of marihuana by persons twenty-one years of age or older; makes technical changes regarding the definition of marihuana; relates to removing certain references to marihuana relating to forfeiture actions; relates to the qualification of certain offenses involving marihuana and exempts certain persons from prosecution for the use, consumption, display, production or distribution of marihuana; relates to the definition of smoking; provides for the licensure of persons authorized to produce, process and sell marihuana; levies an excise tax on certain sales of marihuana; repeals certain provisions of the penal law relating to the criminal sale of marihuana and provisions of ...
AB 1619 - Asw. Nily Rozic (D-NY)
Relates to coverage for eating disorders
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO INSURANCE
Relates to coverage for eating disorders; requires comparable coverage for adults and children with eating disorders; defines eating disorder.
AB 1620 - Asm. Andrew Hevesi (D-NY)
Relates to home stability support supplement programs
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO SOCIAL SERVICES
Relates to the creation of home stability support supplement programs.
AB 1622 - Asm. Clyde Vanel (D-NY)
Relates to comprehensive diversity in procurement and employment act of 2019
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS
Enacts the comprehensive diversity in procurement and employment act of 2019 to encourage full and equal participation in public sector business opportunities across the state.
AB 1636 - Asm. Angelo Santabarbara (D-NY)
Establishes a moratorium on the siting of sewer sludge processing facilities
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
Establishes a moratorium upon the siting of sludge processing facilities in this state, including any facility which converts sewer sludge including but not limited to human waste, farm animal waste, and food waste, such as yogurt by-products, into a bio-solid fertilizer.
AB 165 - Asm. Kevin Cahill (D-NY)
Enacts the ""New York state YouthBuild act""
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Enacts the ""New York state YouthBuild act""; sets program requirements; authorizes grants to eligible YouthBuild participants and establishes application requirements.
AB 1703 - Asm. Stephen Hawley (R-NY)
Relates to designating every government entity which issues licenses to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms as participating agencies for voter registration form distribution and assistance
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO ELECTION LAW
Relates to designating every government entity which issues licenses to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms as participating agencies for voter registration form distribution and assistance.
AB 1734 - Asm. Thomas Abinanti (D-NY)
Establishes a program of tiered eligibility for services offered by OPWDD for persons with learning disabilities and other complex neurological impairments
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH
Establishes a program of tiered eligibility for services offered by the office for people with developmental disabilities for persons with learning disabilities and other complex neurological impairments.
AB 1738 - Asm. Thomas Abinanti (D-NY)
Relates to establishing a database of denied firearms applications, establishing a victim notification system and exemptions to the freedom of information law
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to establishing a database of denied firearms purchase and transfer applications, establishing a victim notification system and exemptions from public inspection and copying under the freedom of information law.
AB 1763 - Asm. Thomas Abinanti (D-NY)
Creates the ""protection of adults with mental disabilities act""
01/17/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH
Creates the ""protection of adults with mental disabilities act.""
AB 1815 - Asm. Michael Miller (D-NY)
Establishes a task force to study and make recommendations on school safety in the state of New York
01/17/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Establishes a task force to study and make recommendations on school safety in the state of New York.
AB 1829 - Asm. William Magnarelli (D-NY)
Relates to the judicial diversion program for certain felony offenders
01/17/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to the judicial diversion program for certain felony offenders.
AB 1904 - Asw. Diana Richardson (D-NY)
Mandates comprehensive, medically accurate and age appropriate sex education be taught in all public schools, grades one through twelve
01/17/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Mandates comprehensive, medically accurate and age appropriate sex education be taught in all public schools, grades one through twelve; provides that the commissioner of education will create and establish a curriculum to accomplish such goal within one year of the effective date of this legislation.
AB 1907 - Asw. Jo Anne Simon (D-NY)
Establishes a reverse mortgage loan program for seniors and requires counselling
01/17/2019 - REFERRED TO HOUSING
Establishes a reverse loan mortgage loan program for seniors; provides for the state of NY mortgage agency to establish many of the parameters for the implementation of the program; defines terms; requires a care needs assessment of each applicant; further provides that area agencies on aging shall provide counseling and assistance to applicants; requires independent counselling in compliance with HUD regulations; directs the state of New York mortgage agency to issue an annual report to the governor and the legislature.
AB 1969 - Asm. Felix Ortiz (D-NY)
Relates to the school-based health centers fund
01/18/2019 - REFERRED TO WAYS AND MEANS
Relates to the school-based health centers fund.
AB 1981 - Asw. Catherine Nolan (D-NY)
Relates to school climate and codes of conduct on school property and disciplinary action following violation of such codes of conduct; and makes conforming amendments
01/18/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Relates to school climate and codes of conduct on school property and disciplinary action following violation of such codes of conduct; and makes conforming amendments.
AB 217 - Asw. Amy Paulin (D-NY)
Relates to prohibiting the sale of crib bumper pads and the restriction of the use of such pads in certain settings
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND PROTECTION
Relates to prohibiting the sale of crib bumper pads and to restricting the use of such pads in certain settings.
AB 240 - Asm. Kevin Cahill (D-NY)
Relates to authorizing optometrists and ophthalmic dispensers to establish limited liability companies
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Authorizes ophthalmologists, optometrists and ophthalmic dispensers to establish limited liability companies.
AB 261 - Asm. Kevin Cahill (D-NY)
Relates to companion animal hoarding
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO AGRICULTURE
Creates the crime of companion animal hoarding.
AB 30 - Asm. Kevin Cahill (D-NY)
Relates to requiring the commissioner of health to conduct a study relating to medical aid in dying
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Requires the commissioner of health to conduct a study relating to medical aid in dying in the event that New York state allows for medical aid in dying.
AB 335 - Asw. Amy Paulin (D-NY)
Authorizes dental hygienists to provide such services in collaboration with a licensed dentist
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Authorizes dental hygienists to provide such services without supervision in collaboration with a licensed dentist under a collaborative practice agreement.
AB 338 - Asw. Latoya Joyner (D-NY)
Establishes a public awareness campaign for maternal depression; appropriation
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Establishes a public awareness campaign for maternal depression and makes an appropriation therefor.
AB 383 - Asm. Edward Braunstein (D-NY)
Shortens time frames during which an insurer has to determine whether a pre-authorization request is medically necessary
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO INSURANCE
Shortens time frames during which an insurer has to determine whether a pre-authorization request is medically necessary from three business days to three days.
AB 41 - Asm. N. Nick Perry (D-NY)
Establishes the state task force on campus safety
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Establishes the state task force on campus safety.
AB 411 - Asm. Edward Braunstein (D-NY)
Grants concurrent jurisdiction to the city of New York department of health and mental hygiene over grocery stores and farmers markets
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO AGRICULTURE
Grants concurrent jurisdiction to the department of agriculture and markets and the city of New York department of health and mental hygiene over grocery stores and farmers' markets.
AB 412 - Asw. Ellen Jaffee (D-NY)
Relates to licensure, certification or registration and required inspections, background clearances and training for child care providers; repealer
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Provides that the period of licensure or certification for child care providers shall be for four years; relates to required inspections and background clearances; directs the office of children and family services to promulgate necessary rules and regulations setting forth training requirements.
AB 465 - Asw. Amy Paulin (D-NY)
Enacts the ""personal information protection act""
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS
Enacts the ""personal information protection act""; establishes a personal information bill of rights requiring parties having custody of residents' personal identifying information to ensure the security thereof; provides for the approval of programs to secure personal identifying information by the office of information security; requires the notification of the division of state police and the subjects of information upon the breach of such information; directs the office of technology services to establish an information sharing and analysis program to assess threats to cybersecurity; establishes standards for the protection of personal information and provides for a private right of action in the event such standards are violated.
AB 514 - Asm. Thomas Abinanti (D-NY)
Prohibits persons named on the consolidated terrorist watchlist from obtaining or renewing a license to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Prohibits persons named on the No Fly List maintained by the Terrorist Screening Center administered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation from obtaining or renewing a license to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms.
AB 525 - Asm. N. Nick Perry (D-NY)
Relates to residential programs for children
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Relates to residential programs for children.
AB 54 - Asm. David Buchwald (D-NY)
Enacts the New York State Restoration of Honor Act
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO VETERANS' AFFAIRS
Enacts the ""New York State Restoration of Honor Act"".
AB 548 - Asm. Kevin Cahill (D-NY)
Relates to the coverage of ostomy supplies in the child health plus program
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to the coverage of ostomy supplies in the child health plus program.
AB 576 - Asw. Deborah Glick (D-NY)
Designates engaging in sexual orientation change efforts by mental health care professionals upon patients under 18 years of age
01/15/2019 - DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR
Designates as professional misconduct, engaging in sexual orientation change efforts by mental health care professionals upon patients under 18 years of age.
AB 60 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Relates to the enactment of the Safer Consumption Services Act
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Enacts the safer consumption services act which provides for the establishment of a program to provide safe injection sites.
AB 611 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Relates to witnesses to a health care proxy and the crime of forgery in the second degree
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to witnesses to a health care proxy; changes the witness requirement for the health care proxy from two adult witnesses to one adult witness; makes an exception for persons who reside in mental health facilities by requiring such persons to have two adult witnesses; also includes falsely making or altering a health care proxy within the crime of forgery in the second degree.
AB 624 - Asw. Amy Paulin (D-NY)
Relates to prohibiting the sale of infant walkers and restricting the use of such infant walkers in certain settings
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND PROTECTION
Prohibits the sale of infant walkers and restricts the use of such infant walkers in certain settings.
AB 648 - Asm. Harry Bronson (D-NY)
Makes care and services provided by licensed mental health practitioners eligible for coverage under the Medicaid program
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Makes care and services provided by licensed mental health practitioners eligible for coverage under the Medicaid program.
AB 670 - Asm. Harry Bronson (D-NY)
Requires blanket health insurance policies to provide coverage for outpatient treatment by mental health practitioners
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO INSURANCE
Requires blanket health insurance policies to provide coverage for outpatient treatment by mental health practitioners (mental health counsellors, marriage and family therapists, creative arts therapists and psychoanalysts) licensed pursuant to article 163 of the education law.
AB 743 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Relates to the establishment of Recovery High Schools by boards of cooperative educational services
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Relates to the establishment of recovery high schools by boards of cooperative educational services.
AB 781 - Asm. N. Nick Perry (D-NY)
Relates to the state commission on prosecutorial conduct
01/15/2019 - SUBSTITUTED BY S1190
Relates to the state commission on prosecutorial conduct; functions and powers of the commission and its members; relates to the effectiveness thereof.
AB 788 - Asw. Latoya Joyner (D-NY)
Relates to providing funding for combating legionnaires' disease in N.Y. city; appropriation
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO WAYS AND MEANS
Relates to providing funding for combating legionnaires' disease in cities having a population of one million or more; appropriates money therefor.
AB 794 - Asw. Aravella Simotas (D-NY)
Relates to the offenses of rape in the first, second and third degrees; repealer
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to the offenses of rape in the first, second and third degrees.
AB 80 - Asm. N. Nick Perry (D-NY)
Provides for intervention by certain campus security personnel in relation to reportedly mentally ill students
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Provides for intervention by certain campus security personnel in relation to reportedly mentally ill students and notification to person or persons to be contacted in case of such mental health emergency.
AB 916 - Asw. Crystal Peoples-Stokes (D-NY)
Establishes the department of corrections shall provide an inmate, upon his or her discharge, with educational information about the prevention of HIV
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CORRECTION
Establishes the department of corrections and community supervision shall provide an inmate, upon his or her discharge, with educational information about the prevention of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), instructions about how to obtain free HIV testing and referrals to community-based HIV prevention, education and counseling resources.
AB 923 - Asm. Mary Walsh (R-NY)
Relates to mandatory reporting of suspected child abuse or maltreatment
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Relates to mandatory reporting of suspected child abuse or maltreatment at summer day camps; includes college coaches, athletic directors, professors, graduate assistants and college presidents among those required to report such suspected abuse or maltreatment.
AB 929 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Establishes the sober living task force
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE
Establishes the sober living task force which shall create best practice guidelines for sober living residences that illustrate the most appropriate and effective environment for persons recovering from a chemical dependency.
AB 936 - Asm. Michael Cusick (D-NY)
Provides for the financing of emergency room facilities in two hospitals in each borough by the New York city health and hospitals corporation
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CORPORATIONS, AUTHORITIES AND COMMISSIONS
Provides for the financing of emergency room facilities in two hospitals in each borough by the New York city health and hospitals corporation and requires representation on the board from each borough.
AB 948 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Designates rescue cats as the official state cat
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS
Designates rescue cats as the official state cat; establishes that a rescue cat is a cat of any breed or mixture of breeds rescued and adopted from an animal shelter or rescue group located in the state.
AB 95 - Asm. N. Nick Perry (D-NY)
Requires proof of liability insurance prior to issuing a license to carry a firearm
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Requires the submission of proof of personal liability insurance prior to the issuance or renewal of a license to carry a firearm.
AB 984 - Asw. Linda Rosenthal (D-NY)
Increases certain penalties for violating the prohibition of animal fighting and for aggravated cruelty to animals
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO AGRICULTURE
Increases certain penalties for violating the prohibition of animal fighting and for aggravated cruelty to animals and requires a psychiatric evaluation for defendants convicted of aggravated cruelty to animals.
E 27 - Asm. Brian Kolb (R-NY)
Amends Assembly Rule IV relating to standing committees
01/18/2019 - INTRODUCED
J 205 - Neil D. Breslin
Honoring Reverend Michael A. Farano upon the occasion of his designation for special recognition by Catholic Charities Community Maternity Services
01/15/2019 - ADOPTED
J 262 - Asm. Jose Rivera (D-NY)
Memorializing Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to proclaim February 25 - March 3, 2019, as Eating Disorders Awareness Week in the State of New York
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
J 35 - Neil D. Breslin
Honoring MPower! upon the occasion of its designation as recipient of the Organization of the Year Award by the Pride Center of the Capital Region
01/15/2019 - ADOPTED
J 72 - Neil D. Breslin
Honoring John H. Murray, Jr. upon the occasion of his designation as recipient of the Sister Maureen Joyce Charities Award by Catholic Charities
01/15/2019 - ADOPTED
J 74 - Neil D. Breslin
Honoring Aliya Saeed, M.D. as recipient of the Carol S. Knox Award by the Capital Region Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union
01/15/2019 - ADOPTED
R 3 - Andrea Stewart-Cousins
Enacts the Rules of the Senate for the 2019 - 2020 legislative session
01/09/2019 - ADOPTED
SB 1007 - Sen. Neil Breslin (D-NY)
Requires legislators and candidates for member of the legislature to provide a link to their financial disclosure statements on their official state and campaign websites
01/10/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Requires legislators and candidates for members of the legislature to provide a link to their financial disclosure statements on their official state and campaign websites which shall direct website visitors to current and past financial disclosure forms that the legislator has submitted.
SB 1011 - Sen. Neil Breslin (D-NY)
Relates to suspending the granting of charters for proposed charter schools not acted upon prior to April 1, 2019
01/10/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Relates to suspending the granting of charters for proposed charter schools not acted upon prior to April 1, 2019; provides that no further action shall be taken for charter schools where classes have not commenced prior to August 31, 2019.
SB 1021 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Enacts the ""New York is home act"" to establish New York state citizenship, regardless of immigration status, and providing certain rights and benefits to persons with such citizenship; repealer
01/10/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Enacts the ""New York is home act"" to establish New York state citizenship, regardless of immigration status, and providing certain rights and benefits to persons with such citizenship.
SB 1026 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Enables veterans and reservists to receive benefit information upon applying for or renewing a driver's license
01/10/2019 - REFERRED TO TRANSPORTATION
Enables veterans and reservists to receive benefit information upon applying for or renewing a driver's license.
SB 1029 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Establishes requirements for the informed consent to the provision of medical procedures; repealer
01/10/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Establishes requirements for informed consent to the provision of medical procedures by the patient or his or her legally authorized representative.
SB 1039 - Sen. Roxanne Persaud (D-NY)
Relates to required coursework and training in reporting cases of suspected child abuse
01/10/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Requires certain persons and officials required to report suspected child abuse and maltreatment to complete ongoing training.
SB 1040 - Sen. Roxanne Persaud (D-NY)
Relates to domestic violence; repealer
01/10/2019 - REFERRED TO INVESTIGATIONS AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
Defines ""victim of domestic violence""; prohibits employers from discriminating against victims of domestic violence.
SB 1046 - Sen. Brad Hoylman (D-NY)
Designates engaging in sexual orientation change efforts by mental health care professionals upon patients under 18 years of age
01/15/2019 - SUBSTITUTED BY A576
Designates as professional misconduct, engaging in sexual orientation change efforts by mental health care professionals upon patients under 18 years of age.
SB 1049 - Sen. Kathleen Marchione (R-NY)
Relates to licenses to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms
01/02/2018 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to licenses to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms; requires recordkeeping by the division of criminal justice services.
SB 1072 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Relates to health facilities and services in correctional facilities
01/10/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to health facilities and services in correctional facilities.
SB 1077 - Sen. Roxanne Persaud (D-NY)
Relates to sentencing and resentencing in domestic violence cases
01/10/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to sentencing and resentencing in domestic violence cases.
SB 1090 - Sen. Roxanne Persaud (D-NY)
Provides health insurance coverage for New Yorkers if the federal Affordable Care Act is repealed
01/10/2019 - REFERRED TO INSURANCE
Provides health insurance coverage for New Yorkers if the federal Affordable Care Act is repealed.
SB 1102 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Relates to rights of residents of adult care facilities
01/03/2018 - REFERRED TO SOCIAL SERVICES
Relates to rights of residents of adult care facilities; provides that residents have a right to be informed about their condition, treatment and medications.
SB 1108 - Sen. Brad Hoylman (D-NY)
Enacts the ""New York state healthy and green procurement act""
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Enacts the ""New York state healthy and green procurement act"".
SB 1117 - Sen. George Amedore (R-NY)
Authorizes gifts, on personal income tax returns, for substance use disorder education and recovery
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO INVESTIGATIONS AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
Authorizes gifts, on personal income tax returns, for substance use disorder education and recovery; establishes the substance use disorder education and recovery fund for the receipt and expenditure of monies from such gifts; directs the office of alcoholism and substance abuse services to provide grants to organizations engaged in activities dedicated to providing education, prevention, treatment or recovery to those suffering from substance use disorders.
SB 1128 - Sen. Brian Benjamin (D-NY)
Designates state and city universities of New York as participating agencies for voter registration form distribution and assistance
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO ELECTIONS
Designates state and city universities of New York as participating agencies for voter registration form distribution and assistance; permits independent institutions to do the same upon request; requires SUNY and CUNY independent institutions to offer each applicant an application for an absentee ballot.
SB 1132 - Sen. Brian Benjamin (D-NY)
Relates to the schedules that work act
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO LABOR
Relates to the schedules that work act.
SB 1143 - Sen. David Carlucci (D-NY)
Relates to the duty to report incidents
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Requires every mandated reporter to make a report to the register unless the register has knowledge of the incident.
SB 1174 - Sen. George Amedore (R-NY)
Relates to establishing the civil rights restoration act and amends provisions of law regarding firearm licenses; repealer
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to establishing the civil rights restoration act and amends provisions of law regarding firearm licenses and destruction of firearms; exempts certain individuals from providing photographs in order to obtain a firearm license; expands the definition of immediate family.
SB 1175 - Sen. David Carlucci (D-NY)
Relates to prescription drugs in Medicaid managed care programs; repealer
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to prescription drugs in Medicaid managed care programs.
SB 1190 - Sen. Jamaal Bailey (D-NY)
Relates to the state commission on prosecutorial conduct
01/15/2019 - RETURNED TO SENATE
Relates to the state commission on prosecutorial conduct; functions and powers of the commission and its members; relates to the effectiveness thereof.
SB 1218 - Sen. Patricia Ritchie (R-NY)
Relates to fees for services rendered to patients in state inpatient facilities pursuant to court orders
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Provides for fees for services rendered to patients in state inpatient facilities pursuant to court orders to be paid by the county in which the court is located for the first thirty days.
SB 1226 - Sen. Patricia Ritchie (R-NY)
Grants eligibility for the economic transformation and facility redevelopment program tax credit to certain state psychiatric centers with decommissioned or surplus land
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO COMMERCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND SMALL BUSINESS
Grants eligibility for the economic transformation and facility redevelopment program tax credit to certain state psychiatric centers with decommissioned or surplus land.
SB 1228 - Sen. Patricia Ritchie (R-NY)
Authorizes the commissioner of general services to convey real property at the St. Lawrence psychiatric center to the city of Ogdensburg or a private buyer
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Authorizes the commissioner of general services to convey real property at the St. Lawrence psychiatric center to the city of Ogdensburg or a private buyer.
SB 1237 - Sen. George Amedore (R-NY)
Requires the commissioner of health to develop guidelines for the prescription of opioid antagonists
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Requires the commissioner of health to develop guidelines for the prescription of opioid antagonists.
SB 1257 - Sen. Susan Serino (R-NY)
Relates to mandatory reporting of child abuse
01/11/2019 - REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Requires certain persons and officials to report child abuse or suspected child abuse to law enforcement authorities.
SB 1286 - Sen. Michael Gianaris (D-NY)
Makes the following participating agencies for purposes of agency assisted voter registration: public libraries, local housing authorities, and public high schools
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO ELECTIONS
Makes the following participating agencies for purposes of agency assisted voter registration: public libraries, local housing authorities, and public high schools; directs the state board of elections to promulgate rules and regulations for implementation.
SB 1295 - Sen. Susan Serino (R-NY)
Directs the superintendent of financial services to study the relationship between patient access to care and treatment of Lyme disease and health insurance coverage
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO INSURANCE
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.
SB 1312 - Sen. Susan Serino (R-NY)
Creates an interagency coordinating committee for streamlined services for the aging
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO AGING
Creates an interagency coordinating committee for streamlined services for the aging; directs the development of a simplified application for seniors to access needs-based programs.
SB 1318 - Sen. Susan Serino (R-NY)
Relates to a half fare rate program in the MTA for veterans
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO TRANSPORTATION
Relates to a half fare rate program in the MTA for veterans.
SB 1328 - Sen. Patrick Gallivan (R-NY)
Enacts the ""child victims protection and accountability act""
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Enacts the ""child victims protection and accountability act""; relates to the period of limitation and commencement of actions for certain child abuse cases; requires that the office of court administration shall provide training for judges and justices with respect to crimes involving sexual abuse of minors (Part A); relates to reports of child abuse to law enforcement; relates to falsely reporting an incident in the third degree (Part B); and prohibits retaliatory personnel action by employers of corporations formed other than for profit (Part C).
SB 1330 - Sen. Patrick Gallivan (R-NY)
Relates to school safety measures
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Establishes the New York state school resource officer program; provides for grants for school resource officers (Part A); relates to peace officers who are retired police officers employed by a school district as a school resource officer (Part B); and allows retired police officers to be employed by a school district as a school safety officer, school security officer or any other substantially similar position for an annual salary of $50,000 or less to continue to receive their full retirement benefit (Part C).
SB 1333 - Sen. Patrick Gallivan (R-NY)
Relates to persons authorized to visit inmate-patient facilities of the department of mental hygiene
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Authorizes the governor and lieutenant-governor, commissioner of general services, secretary of state, comptroller and attorney-general, members of the legislature and any employee of the inmate-patient facility as requested by the member of the legislature if the member requests to be so accompanied, provided that such request does not impact upon the department's ability to manage its facilities as determined by the commissioner, judges of the court of appeals, supreme court and county judges, district attorneys and county sheriffs to visit inmate-patient facilities of the department of mental hygiene.
SB 1343 - Sen. Brian Benjamin (D-NY)
Relates to revocation of presumptive release, parole, conditional release and post-release supervision
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CRIME VICTIMS, CRIME AND CORRECTION
Modifies the standard of evidence and certain other procedures when determining whether to revoke the presumptive release, parole, conditional release or post-release supervision status of a person.
SB 1352 - Sen. Susan Serino (R-NY)
Relates to a pilot program for the recruitment and training of certain home care workers
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to a pilot program for the recruitment and training of retired persons to become home care workers; provides specialized training; requires a report detailing improved health and financial outcomes for the retired workers participating in the pilot program, as well as satisfaction and improved health care outcomes of patients assigned to retired workers.
SB 1359 - Sen. Susan Serino (R-NY)
Directs the commissioner of labor to conduct a labor market study of the home care and hospice workforce; and establishing a temporary labor task force for home care and hospice services and occupations
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Directs the commissioner of labor and the commissioner of health to conduct a labor market study of the home care and hospice workforce; and establishes a temporary labor task force for home care and hospice services and occupations to examine and make recommendations regarding competitive labor market factors, reimbursement, programs and other state policy actions necessary to support recruitment and retention of the home care and hospice workforce in the broader, competitive health labor market.
SB 1412 - Sen. Kevin Parker (D-NY)
Relates to establishing additional requirements to purchase a firearm, shotgun or rifle
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to establishing additional requirements to purchase a firearm, shotgun or rifle; requires a person to apply for a hunting license prior to the purchase of a shotgun or rifle; establishes additional requirements for all firearms, shotguns and rifles including taking a five hour gun safety course and exam, passing a shooting range test with 90% accuracy, providing notarized proof of a passed drug test and mental health evaluation, providing proof of purchase of firearm and ammunition safe storage depositories and passing a criminal background check.
SB 1413 - Sen. Kevin Parker (D-NY)
Relates to requiring social media reviews prior to the approval of an application for a license to carry or possess a pistol or revolver or to purchase a rifle or shotgun
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to requiring social media and search engine reviews prior to the approval of an application or renewal of a license to carry or possess a pistol or revolver; requires a person applying for a license to carry or possess a pistol or revolver or a renewal of such license to consent to having his or her social media accounts and search engine history reviewed and investigated for certain posts and/or searches over a period of 1-3 years prior to the approval of such application or renewal; defines terms.
SB 1417 - Sen. Susan Serino (R-NY)
Creates a statewide central register of elder abuse and maltreatment reports and the elder justice coordinating council
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO AGING
Creates a statewide central register of elder abuse and maltreatment reports and the elder justice coordinating council; mandates reporting by certain persons; facilitates interagency planning and reviews specific agency initiatives for their impact on the reporting and investigation of elder abuse and maltreatment in the state.
SB 1423 - Sen. Robert Ortt (R-NY)
Provides for licensure of school psychologists
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Provides for the licensure of school psychologists; authorizes the use of the title ""school psychologist"" to licensed or exempt individuals; defines practice of school psychology; sets forth requirements for professional licensure (including educational attainment, experience, exam and fee); provides for issuance of limited permits under specified circumstances; identifies exempt persons.
SB 1429 - Sen. Patricia Ritchie (R-NY)
Relates to providing loan forgiveness for mental health nurses
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Relates to providing loan forgiveness for mental health nurses that make a commitment to practice in a ""rural"" tract or county.
SB 1445 - James Sanders Jr.
Relates to the site selection of community facilities in cities with a population of one million or more
01/14/2019 - REFERRED TO CITIES
Relates to the site selection of community facilities in cities with a population of one million or more by municipalities; includes group homes, homeless shelters, detention centers, drug rehabilitation and detoxification centers, halfway houses, wastewater treatment plants, sewage facilities, waste transfer stations, landfills, power plants and chemical processing plants.
SB 1488 - Sen. Brad Hoylman (D-NY)
Relates to expanding the persons responsible for reporting cases of suspected child abuse
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Relates to expanding the persons responsible for reporting cases of suspected child abuse to include employees, volunteers, or agents of any corporate entity having an agreement with a municipality as a tier II facility or any other shelter providing temporary housing to persons under the age of 18.
SB 1527 - Sen. Liz Krueger (D-NY)
Enacts the ""marihuana regulation and taxation act""; repealer; appropriation
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Enacts the ""marihuana regulation and taxation act""; relates to the description of marihuana, and the growing of and use of marihuana by persons twenty-one years of age or older; makes technical changes regarding the definition of marihuana; relates to removing certain references to marihuana relating to forfeiture actions; relates to the qualification of certain offenses involving marihuana and exempts certain persons from prosecution for the use, consumption, display, production or distribution of marihuana; relates to the definition of smoking; provides for the licensure of persons authorized to produce, process and sell marihuana; levies an excise tax on certain sales of marihuana; repeals certain provisions of the penal law relating to the criminal sale of marihuana and provisions of ...
SB 1530 - Sen. Timothy Kennedy (D-NY)
Relates to requiring disclosure of addiction risks for certain prescription drugs
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Requires disclosure of addiction risks for certain prescription drugs; requires physicians, nurses and pharmacists to provide information on prevention, mitigation and treatment of prescription drug addiction and to have the patient sign a form acknowledging education of such risks.
SB 1573 - Sen. Rich Funke (R-NY)
Establishes criminal offenses committed against the elderly or disabled persons
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Establishes criminal offenses committed against the elderly or disabled persons.
SB 1597 - Sen. Thomas O'Mara (R-NY)
Relates to the interagency coordinating committee on rural public transportation, and transportation of eligible persons residing in a rural area
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO TRANSPORTATION
Relates to the appointees to the interagency coordinating committee on rural public transportation, and transportation of eligible persons residing in a rural area.
SB 1601 - Sen. Thomas O'Mara (R-NY)
Relates to the interagency coordinating committee on rural public transportation
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO TRANSPORTATION
Relates to the interagency coordinating committee on rural public transportation.
SB 1623 - Sen. Luis Sepulveda (D-NY)
Restricts the use of segregated confinement and creates alternative therapeutic and rehabilitative confinement options
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO CRIME VICTIMS, CRIME AND CORRECTION
Restricts the use of segregated confinement and creates alternative therapeutic and rehabilitative confinement options; limits the length of time a person may be in segregated confinement and excludes certain persons from being placed in segregated confinement.
SB 1647 - Sen. John Brooks (D-NY)
Relates to a training program for firefighters, police officers and emergency medical services personnel on handling emergency situations involving individuals with autism spectrum disorder
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Relates to a training program for firefighters, police officers and emergency medical services personnel on handling emergency situations involving individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
SB 1663 - Sen. John Brooks (D-NY)
Relates to mandating insurance coverage for medical devices to treat withdrawal symptoms
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO INSURANCE
Relates to mandating insurance coverage for medical devices and products to treat withdrawal symptoms which are approved by the food and drug administration.
SB 1672 - Sen. John Brooks (D-NY)
Safeguards cash accounts for people with developmental disabilities in a facility
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Safeguards cash accounts for people with developmental disabilities in a facility under the control of the commissioner of mental health, the commissioner of the office for people with developmental disabilities and the commissioner of alcoholism and substance abuse services.
SB 1674 - Sen. James Skoufis (D-NY)
Establishes the office of the advocate for people with disabilities
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Establishes the office of the advocate for people with disabilities to advocate on behalf of persons with disabilities and assure that persons with disabilities are afforded the opportunity to exercise all of the rights and responsibilities accorded to citizens of the state of New York.
SB 1696 - Sen. Luis Sepulveda (D-NY)
Requires structured out-of-cell programming for adolescents in segregated disciplinary confinement
01/15/2019 - REFERRED TO CRIME VICTIMS, CRIME AND CORRECTION
Requires structured out-of-cell programming for adolescents in segregated disciplinary confinement.
SB 1728 - Sen. James Skoufis (D-NY)
Relates to establishing hospital-sponsored off campus emergency departments
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Establishes hospital-sponsored off campus emergency departments as a ""hospital"" and sets out specific standards for operations, staffing and capacity requirements.
SB 1795 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Includes in the health care and wellness education and outreach program certain illnesses which primarily affect women and for which there are no diagnostic tests or cures
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Includes in the health care and wellness education and outreach program certain chronic illnesses which primarily affect women and for which there are no diagnostic tests or cures including, but not limited to, myalgic encphalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia; requires the establishment of an advisory council for such illnesses.
SB 1796 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Grants immunity from liability to organizations which establish physician committees the purpose of which is to refer to treatment physicians who are thought to be suffering from addiction or mental illness
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Grants immunity from liability to organizations which establish physician committees the purpose of which is to confront and refer to treatment physicians who are thought to be suffering from addiction or mental illness.
SB 1805 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Authorizes collaborative programs for community paramedicine services
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Authorizes collaborative programs for community paramedicine services as part of the hospital-home care-physician collaboration program.
SB 1819 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Relates to establishing maternal mortality review boards and the maternal mortality and morbidity advisory council
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Establishes state and New York city maternal mortality review boards and the maternal mortality and morbidity advisory council for the purpose of reviewing maternal deaths and maternal morbidity and developing and disseminating findings, recommendations, and best practices to contribute to the prevention of maternal mortality and morbidity.
SB 1823 - Sen. Andrew Lanza (R-NY)
Requires providers of residential services to developmentally disabled children to have surveillance cameras in the common areas of their residential facilities
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Requires providers of residential services to developmentally disabled children to have surveillance cameras in the common areas of their residential facilities.
SB 1840 - Sen. James Tedisco (R-NY)
Relates to mandatory reporting of suspected child abuse or maltreatment
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Relates to mandatory reporting of suspected child abuse or maltreatment at summer day camps; includes college coaches, athletic directors, professors, graduate assistants and college presidents among those required to report such suspected abuse or maltreatment.
SB 1850 - Sen. Luis Sepulveda (D-NY)
Relates to personal phone calls for inmates in certain circumstances
01/16/2019 - REFERRED TO CRIME VICTIMS, CRIME AND CORRECTION
Relates to personal phone calls for inmates in certain circumstances.
SB 1907 - Sen. Rich Funke (R-NY)
Relates to requiring hospitals to establish a violence prevention program and conduct an annual safety and security assessment
01/17/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to requiring hospitals to establish a violence prevention program and conduct an annual safety and security assessment for the purpose of protecting health care workers, patients, families and visitors.
SB 1908 - Sen. Rich Funke (R-NY)
Relates to the adoption of instruction in mental health in junior and senior high schools and to provide school districts with current information on drug abuse issues
01/17/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Relates to requiring the commissioner of education to make recommendations to the board of regents relating to the adoption of instruction in mental health in junior and senior high schools and to provide school districts with current information on drug abuse issues.
SB 1967 - Sen. Patrick Gallivan (R-NY)
Relates to the reporting of child abuse
01/18/2019 - REFERRED TO SOCIAL SERVICES
Relates to the reporting of child abuse to law enforcement; requires members of the clergy to report cases of suspected child abuse to law enforcement authorities; further requires training of all persons or officials required to report cases of suspected child abuse to law enforcement; and relates to the falsely reporting incidents in the third degree.
SB 197 - Sen. Robert Ortt (R-NY)
Requires health care practitioners to provide up to date and evidence based information on Down syndrome to parents of infants who have Down syndrome
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Requires health care practitioners to provide a written or an alternative format of up to date and evidence based information on Down syndrome to pregnant women and parents of infants who test positive for Down syndrome.
SB 2025 - Sen. Elizabeth Little (R-NY)
Provides that an elementary or secondary student shall not have capacity to consent to sexual conduct with a school employee
01/18/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Provides that a full time elementary or secondary student shall not have capacity to consent to sexual conduct with a school employee at his or her school or a co-located school, including volunteers, when the employee is 18 or older and more than 4 years older than such student at the time of the act and knows or should reasonably have known that the student was a student at the school or a co-located school, and such employee is not a full time student at such school, nor married to such student.
SB 2028 - Sen. Elizabeth Little (R-NY)
Relates to the placement of registered sex offenders by the office for people with developmental disabilities
01/18/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Relates to the placement of registered sex offenders by the office for people with developmental disabilities; provides that registered sex offenders with developmental disabilities shall be placed only in residential placements specifically designated for registered sex offenders by the office.
SB 218 - Sen. Brian Benjamin (D-NY)
Relates to requiring anaphylactic policies for child care services
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to requiring anaphylactic policies for child care services setting forth guidelines and procedures to be followed for both the prevention of anaphylaxis and during a medical emergency resulting from anaphylaxis.
SB 219 - Sen. Brian Benjamin (D-NY)
Permits the administration of medical marihuana to students while at school and individuals with developmental disabilities while receiving services at a facility
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Relates to permitting the administration of medical marihuana to students while on school grounds, aboard a school bus, or while attending a school-sponsored event and to individuals with developmental disabilities while receiving services at a facility, provided that such administration is authorized by title 5-a of article 33 of the public health law.
SB 224 - Sen. Brad Hoylman (D-NY)
Restricts the disclosure of personal information by businesses
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CONSUMER PROTECTION
Restricts the disclosure of personal information by businesses.
SB 266 - Sen. Robert Ortt (R-NY)
Limits the application of the ""safe act"" to the counties of Kings, Queens, Richmond, New York and Bronx; repealer
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Limits the application of the ""safe act"" to the counties of Kings, Queens, Richmond, New York and Bronx.
SB 290 - Sen. Robert Ortt (R-NY)
Establishes the housing opportunities for people to empower excellence and equity (HOPE) trust fund
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Establishes the housing opportunities for people to empower excellence and equity (HOPE) trust fund to provide access to rental housing; to facilitate the construction, renovation and rehabilitation of facilities to provide additional residential opportunities; to develop new and innovative approaches to residential living and to promote creation of sustainable living environments for people with developmental disabilities.
SB 329 - Fredrick J Akshar II
Requires legislative approval for the closure of certain office of mental health, office for people with developmental disabilities or office of children and family services facilities and institutions
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Requires legislative approval for the closure of certain office of mental health, office for people with developmental disabilities or office of children and family services facilities and institutions.
SB 332 - Fredrick J Akshar II
Relates to prescribing opioids to a minor
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to prescribing opioids to a minor; prohibits practitioners from prescribing to a minor more than a seven day supply of any controlled substance containing an opioid and requires practitioners to obtain written parental consent before issuing a first prescription of a controlled substance containing an opioid to a minor; establishes exceptions.
SB 333 - Fredrick J Akshar II
Provides that coverage for outpatient diagnosis and treatment of substance use disorder shall not be subject to preauthorization
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO INSURANCE
Provides that coverage for outpatient diagnosis and treatment of substance use disorder shall not be subject to preauthorization.
SB 351 - Sen. James Tedisco (R-NY)
Relates to vulnerable elderly persons
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to vulnerable elderly persons; deletes references to caregiver to make any person who endangers the welfare of an elderly person guilty of provisions of the penal law.
SB 354 - Sen. Todd Kaminsky (D-NY)
Relates to water saving performance standards
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
Relates to water saving performance standards; aligns water saving performance standards with the WaterSense Program guidelines developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
SB 372 - Sen. Andrew Lanza (R-NY)
Relates to establishing a crisis intervention team program
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Relates to establishing a crisis intervention demonstration program.
SB 384 - Sen. James Tedisco (R-NY)
Imposes additional penalties upon persons convicted of animal abuse
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO AGRICULTURE
Requires unsealing of court records of youthful offenders convicted of animal abuse offense; provides that such persons undergo a psychiatric evaluation and treatment where necessary.
SB 409 - Sen. Andrew Lanza (R-NY)
Provides for the certification of psychologists to prescribe drugs
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Provides for the certification of psychologists to prescribe drugs.
SB 410 - Sen. Andrew Lanza (R-NY)
Provides that the N.Y. city health and hospital corporation spend a minimum of 10% of its budget on acute care and emergency room facilities in each borough
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CITIES
Provides that the New York city health and hospital corporation spend a minimum of 10% of its budget on acute care and emergency room facilities in each borough and requires a representative from each borough on its board of directors.
SB 45 - Sen. Brad Hoylman (D-NY)
Enacts the New York State Restoration of Honor Act
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO VETERANS, HOMELAND SECURITY AND MILITARY AFFAIRS
Enacts the ""New York State Restoration of Honor Act"".
SB 455 - Sen. Robert Ortt (R-NY)
Ensures fairness in organ donations to persons with physical or mental disabilities
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Prevents discrimination against persons with physical or mental disabilities in regards to organ donations.
SB 461 - Sen. Andrew Lanza (R-NY)
Relates to segregated confinement
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CRIME VICTIMS, CRIME AND CORRECTION
Relates to segregated confinement; prohibits segregated confinement for certain persons.
SB 498 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Relates to the enactment of the Safer Consumption Services Act
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Enacts the safer consumption services act which provides for the establishment of a program to provide safe injection sites.
SB 513 - Sen. David Carlucci (D-NY)
Relates to the establishment of Recovery High Schools by boards of cooperative educational services
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Relates to the establishment of recovery high schools by boards of cooperative educational services.
SB 517 - Sen. Liz Krueger (D-NY)
Relates to equality of rights and protection against discrimination
01/11/2019 - TO ATTORNEY-GENERAL FOR OPINION
Relates to equality of rights and protection against discrimination.
SB 550 - Fredrick J Akshar II
Relates to prohibiting supervised injection sites
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to prohibiting supervised injection sites; provides that it shall be unlawful for any person to own, operate, work in or volunteer at a supervised injection site; defines terms and establishes penalties.
SB 566 - Sen. Timothy Kennedy (D-NY)
Relates to requiring mandated reporters to receive coursework or training regarding the identification and reporting of child abuse and maltreatment
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION
Requires mandated reporters to receive coursework or training regarding the identification and reporting of child abuse and maltreatment every three years.
SB 596 - Sen. Brad Hoylman (D-NY)
Prohibits participation in torture and improper treatment of prisoners by health care professionals
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Prohibits participation in torture and improper treatment of prisoners by health care professionals; prohibits a health care professional from engaging, assisting, planning the torture or improper treatment of a prisoner; requires health care professionals to report torture and improper treatment.
SB 619 - Sen. Phil Boyle (R-NY)
Creates ""Robin's law""; relates to mental health and chemical dependence outpatient treatment of sex offenders
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Creates ""Robin's law""; relates to mental health and chemical dependence outpatient treatment of sex offenders; requires the development of guidelines and procedures for outpatient group settings.
SB 652 - Sen. Timothy Kennedy (D-NY)
Relates to staff qualifications for supervisory and non-supervisory child protective services workers
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Relates to staff qualifications for supervisory and non-supervisory child protective services workers.
SB 655 - Sen. Phil Boyle (R-NY)
Requires the transfer of certain lands to the Oak Brush Plain State Preserve by December 1, 2019
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Relates to the acquisition of lands previously comprising Pilgrim State Hospital by the Oak Brush Plain State Preserve, located on Long Island.
SB 677 - Sen. Robert Ortt (R-NY)
Relates to payment by the state of certain costs associated with the psychiatric examination of defendants to determine mental fitness
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Provides for payment by the state of certain travelling costs and fees associated with the psychiatric examination of defendants to determine mental fitness.
SB 679 - Sen. Robert Ortt (R-NY)
Relates to aggravated harassment of an employee by an inmate
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to aggravated harassment of an employee by an inmate; eliminates the requirement that an inmate causes or attempts to cause an employee to come into contact with blood, seminal fluid, urine, feces, or the contents of a toilet bowl by throwing, tossing or expelling such fluid or material.
SB 687 - Sen. Robert Ortt (R-NY)
Relates to designating every government entity which issues licenses to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms as participating agencies for voter registration form distribution and assistance
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO ELECTIONS
Relates to designating every government entity which issues licenses to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms as participating agencies for voter registration form distribution and assistance.
SB 695 - Sen. Simcha Felder (D-NY)
Requires every person operating a bicycle in the city of New York to wear a helmet
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CITIES
Requires every person operating a bicycle in the city of New York to wear a helmet.
SB 71 - Sen. Joseph Robach (R-NY)
Relates to making it unlawful for a caretaker to post a vulnerable elderly person on social media without their consent
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CODES
Relates to making it unlawful for a caretaker to post a vulnerable elderly person on social media without their consent.
SB 718 - Sen. Patrick Gallivan (R-NY)
Relates to notice of transfer of sex offender to community program or residence
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Relates to notice of transfer of sex offender to community program or residence.
SB 763 - Sen. James Tedisco (R-NY)
Authorizes a distinctive ""guardians for schools"" license plate; and establishes the guardians for schools fund
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO TRANSPORTATION
Authorizes a distinctive ""guardians for schools"" license plate; and establishes the guardians for schools fund.
SB 767 - Sen. Velmanette Montgomery (D-NY)
Relates to school climate and codes of conduct on school property and disciplinary action following violation of such codes of conduct; and makes conforming amendments
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Relates to school climate and codes of conduct on school property and disciplinary action following violation of such codes of conduct; and makes conforming amendments.
SB 777 - Sen. Velmanette Montgomery (D-NY)
Creates the office of the correctional ombudsman
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CRIME VICTIMS, CRIME AND CORRECTION
Creates the office of the correctional ombudsman to achieve transparency, fairness, impartiality and accountability in New York state correctional facilities; relates to reports by coroners; designates investigators of the office of the correctional ombudsman as peace officers; authorizes the attorney general to investigate the alleged commission of any criminal offense committed by an employee of the department of corrections and community supervision in connection with his or her official duties; relates to the confidentiality of certain records; and includes the office of the correctional ombudsman records within the definition of public safety agency records; makes related provisions.
SB 778 - Sen. Velmanette Montgomery (D-NY)
Relates to the school-based health centers fund
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Relates to the school-based health centers fund.
SB 786 - Sen. Velmanette Montgomery (D-NY)
Relates to establishing family support centers and authorizing reimbursement to counties
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Relates to establishing family support centers for youth at risk of being, or alleged or adjudicated to be juvenile delinquents or persons in need of supervision; authorizes reimbursement to counties.
SB 787 - Sen. Velmanette Montgomery (D-NY)
Relates to the segregated confinement of inmates with serious mental illness
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CRIME VICTIMS, CRIME AND CORRECTION
Relates to the segregated confinement of inmates with serious mental illness.
SB 791 - Sen. Velmanette Montgomery (D-NY)
Mandates comprehensive, medically accurate and age appropriate sex education be taught in all public schools, grades one through twelve
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO EDUCATION
Mandates comprehensive, medically accurate and age appropriate sex education be taught in all public schools, grades one through twelve; provides that the commissioner of education will create and establish a curriculum to accomplish such goal within one year of the effective date of this legislation.
SB 818 - Sen. Andrew Lanza (R-NY)
Relates to creating the multi-disciplinary team demonstration program for complex cases of adult abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Relates to creating the multi-disciplinary team demonstration program for complex cases of adult abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation.
SB 839 - Sen. Velmanette Montgomery (D-NY)
Enacts the ""New York state YouthBuild act""
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO LABOR
Enacts the ""New York state YouthBuild act""; sets program requirements; authorizes grants to eligible YouthBuild participants and establishes application requirements.
SB 842 - Sen. Velmanette Montgomery (D-NY)
Relates to expanding lead testing in water to day care facilities
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to expanding lead testing in water to day care facilities; allows the commissioner to provide financial assistance to those day cares that such testing would pose an unreasonable financial hardship on.
SB 874 - Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-NY)
Relates to rights of residents of adult care facilities
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO HEALTH
Relates to rights of residents of adult care facilities; provides that residents have a right to be informed about their condition, treatment and medications.
SB 886 - Sen. Cathy Young (R-NY)
Requires blanket health insurance policies to provide coverage for outpatient treatment by mental health practitioners
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO INSURANCE
Requires blanket health insurance policies to provide coverage for outpatient treatment by mental health practitioners (mental health counsellors, marriage and family therapists, creative arts therapists and psychoanalysts) licensed pursuant to article 163 of the education law.
SB 901 - Sen. Cathy Young (R-NY)
Relates to additional options for local social services districts to implement effective welfare-to-work programs; repealer
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO SOCIAL SERVICES
Relates to additional options for local social services districts to implement effective welfare-to-work programs; repeals certain provisions of such law relating thereto.
SB 919 - Sen. Cathy Young (R-NY)
Enhances the assisted outpatient treatment program and eliminates the expiration and repeal of Kendra's Law
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Enhances the assisted outpatient treatment program; eliminates the expiration and repeal of Kendra's Law.
SB 952 - Sen. Cathy Young (R-NY)
Relates to establishing the New York child victim reconciliation and compensation fund, the statute of limitations for sex offenses, and to the reporting of child abuse
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Relates to establishing the New York child victim reconciliation and compensation fund; relates to the statute of limitations for sex offenses committed against a child; relates to the reporting of child abuse; relates to child protection and criminal history searches; and relates to providing for the reimbursement of not-for-profit corporations for fees collected for criminal history searches by the office of court administration.
SB 964 - Sen. Cathy Young (R-NY)
Expands health insurance coverage of physical and occupational therapy services
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO INSURANCE
Expands health insurance coverage of physical and occupational therapy services by limiting co-payments and regulating visit limitations; expands coverage of early intervention services; expands utilization review of health insurance coverage for medically necessary care.
SB 966 - Sen. Cathy Young (R-NY)
Enacts ""Renee's law"" to provide greater protection and disclosure to employees of facilities where juvenile delinquents and youthful offenders are placed
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Enacts ""Renee's Law""; directs the commissioner of children and family services to provide training to all employees of programs and facilities in which youths are placed or committed; grants access to office of children and family services' records, juvenile delinquency records, youthful offender records and juvenile offender records of youths placed or committed to a facility, to staff members and employees who are exposed to such youths and to foster parents who take custody of such person after his or her release; grants courts and attorneys access to such records in any proceeding for the commission of a crime while a youth is in the custody of the office of children and family services; prohibits the release, discharge or transfer of any youth who has engaged in criminal activity ...
SB 976 - Sen. Cathy Young (R-NY)
Provides for the emergency or involuntary admission of persons with mental illness when there is a risk of serious physical harm or serious psychiatric harm
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Provides for the emergency or involuntary admission of persons with mental illness when there is a risk of serious physical harm or serious psychiatric harm.
SB 979 - Sen. Neil Breslin (D-NY)
Relates to electronic financial disclosures of members and candidates of the legislature and requires creation of electronic version of disclosure statement
01/09/2019 - REFERRED TO FINANCE
Relates to electronic financial disclosures of members and candidates of the legislature and requires creation of electronic version of disclosure statement.
 
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