New York Bills

sponsored by Joe Angelino

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
A 6026 (2023 Regular Session)
Enacts "Melanie's law"
Mar 30 2023 Reported
Apr 16 2024
A 5936 (2023 Regular Session)
Increases the amount of years of military service credit a member may purchase
Mar 24 2023 Reported Referred To Ways And Means
Apr 16 2024
A 7866 (2023 Regular Session)
Protects the health insurance benefits of retirees of public employers and contributions of retirees of public employers
Jul 07 2023 Print Number 7866b
Apr 12 2024
A 5592 (2023 Regular Session)
Relates to the criminal possession of fentanyl
Mar 16 2023 Held For Consideration In Codes
Apr 09 2024
A 8283 (2023 Regular Session)
Includes certain offenses in being eligible for bail, makes certain offenses eligible to be considered hate crimes, and increases the penalties for certain offenses
Nov 27 2023 Held For Consideration In Codes
Apr 09 2024
A 8594 (2023 Regular Session)
Establishes the crime of coordinated petit larceny, permits a principal to be eligible to be held on bail for coordinated petit larceny, and creates a public service campaign on larceny
Jan 12 2024 Held For Consideration In Codes
Apr 09 2024
A 8279 (2023 Regular Session)
Enacts the "dismantling student antisemitism act", or "DSA act"
Nov 27 2023 Held For Consideration In Higher Education
Apr 09 2024
A 7319 (2023 Regular Session)
Requires residents of the state, who are foreign refugees, to register with the office of temporary and disability assistance
May 17 2023 Held For Consideration In Governmental Operations
Apr 09 2024
A 8034 (2023 Regular Session)
Relates to local opt-in of migrant housing
Sep 13 2023 Held For Consideration In Local Governments
Apr 09 2024
A 6929 (2023 Regular Session)
Expands the criteria for a hate crime
May 09 2023 Held For Consideration In Codes
Apr 09 2024
A 8399 (2023 Regular Session)
Prohibits the granting of tuition assistance awards to any student who has knowingly engaged in certain antisemitic activities
Dec 13 2023 Held For Consideration In Higher Education
Apr 09 2024
A 9803 (2023 Regular Session)
Waives the registration fee and service charge for distinctive plates for certain volunteer firefighters and certain members of volunteer ambulance services
Apr 09 2024 Referred To Transportation
Apr 09 2024
A 6792 (2023 Regular Session)
Designates offenses against law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical services personnel as hate crimes
May 08 2023 Held For Consideration In Codes
Apr 09 2024
A 7985 (2023 Regular Session)
Establishes the crime of criminal sale of a controlled substance resulting in death
Aug 18 2023 Held For Consideration In Codes
Apr 09 2024
A 7976 (2023 Regular Session)
Prohibits employers from retaliating against employees for confronting an individual to prevent a theft or the unlawful taking of goods, wares, or merchandise
Aug 18 2023 Held For Consideration In Labor
Apr 09 2024
A 9804 (2023 Regular Session)
Relates to permitting certain claims for compensation based on death due to COVID-19 in memory of Joseph Fletcher
Apr 09 2024 Referred To Labor
Apr 09 2024
A 9788 (2023 Regular Session)
Establishes a real property tax exemption for widows and widowers of police officers killed in the line of duty
Apr 09 2024 Referred To Real Property Taxation
Apr 09 2024
A 8408 (2023 Regular Session)
Relates to permitting certain claims for compensation based on death due to COVID-19 in memory of Joseph Fletcher
Dec 13 2023 Enacting Clause Stricken
Apr 05 2024
A 9410 (2023 Regular Session)
Limits the power of the legislature to amend a redistricting plan submitted by the independent redistricting commission
Mar 14 2024 Opinion Referred To Judiciary
Apr 05 2024
A 6136 (2023 Regular Session)
Provides that the thruway authority shall issue permits for ambulances and fire vehicles for toll exemptions
Apr 03 2023 Print Number 6136a
Apr 04 2024

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