New York Legislature

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150 Assembly Members
  • 84 Democrats
  • 27 Republicans
  • 14 Democratic/Working Familiess
  • 13 Republican/Conservatives
  • 7 Republican/Conservative/Independences
  • 3 Democratic/Independence/Working Familiess
  • 1 Republican/Conservative/Independence/Libertarian
63 Senators
  • 24 Democratic/Working Familiess
  • 18 Democrats
  • 15 Republican/Conservatives
  • 3 Republican/Conservative/Independences
  • 2 Republicans
  • 1 Republican/Conservative/Independence/Reform

Bills

Recently Introduced

K 880

Memorializing Governor Kathy Hochul to proclaim February 27, 2024, as Canadian Heritage Day in the State of New York, in celebration of this great Empire State's economic and cultural relationship with Canada

S 8648

Phases out certain reimbursements for expenditures made by or on behalf of social services districts for medical assistance for needy persons

S 8647

Authorizes the granting of an additional real property tax exemption for certain redevelopment company projects within the county of Nassau

S 8649

Relates to health insurance coverage for surviving spouses or domestic partners of fire protection inspectors of the New York city fire department

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Recently Passed

A 7390

Permits midwives and physician assistants to certify the cause of death on a fetal death certificate

S 8183

Extends provisions of law relating to the closure or transfer of a state-operated individualized residential alternative

  • Introduced Jan 11 2024
  • REFERRED TO PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Feb 26 2024
  • Sponsored by Lea Webb, John Mannion

S 6585

Extends certain tuition waivers for police officer students of the city university of New York

S 4711

Establishes the payment of certain volunteer firefighter and volunteer ambulance worker death benefits shall be within ninety days of the filing of application to receive such death benefit

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2023 Regular Session 20004
2021 Regular Session 23630
2019 Regular Session 24057
2017 Regular Session 25901

Sources

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