Bills introduced 2021-2022 

• S632 Relates to absentee voting
• S1906 Relates to discounted admission and memberships for certain individuals
• S1907A Relates to establishing a farm-to-school task force and requiring all public schools to provide fresh foods to students in a manner that supports local agriculture
• S1908A Relates to providing fresh produce to food deserts in the state
• S1909 Relates to increasing the taxes imposed on distributors of beers and to directing revenue generated from such taxes be deposited to the credit of SUNY and CUNY
• S1910 Relates to imposing an additional two percent sales tax on certain retail sales
• S1911 Exempts certain low income housing accommodations from local real property taxation
• S1912 Relates to the placement of homeless shelters
• S1921 Prohibits school buses from parking overnight on a city street
• S1922 Creates the offense of operating as a major firearms trafficker
• S1923 Relates to implementing a moratorium on digital billboards and directing the commissioner of transportation to conduct a study on the impact of digital billboards on motor vehicle accidents
• S1924 Relates to the Amistad Commission
• S1926 Establishes interventions for children with dyslexia or other phonological learning differences or disabilities
• S1927 Relates to establishing instruction in financial literacy for students in sixth through eighth grade
• S1928 Relates to promoting the inclusion of children living in temporary housing in prekindergarten programs
• S1929 Relates to inclusive instruction and instructional materials
• S1930 Relates to language equality and acquisition for deaf children
• S1969 Relates to employment of mental health professionals by school districts
• S1970 Requires consent prior to sharing certain student information
• S1971 Relates to universal pre-K school bus transportation
• S1972 Relates to the enrollment of students at charter schools, the suspension of students at charter schools and the administration of charter schools
• S1973 Removes the board of trustees of the state university of New York as a charter entity; repealer
• S1974 Establishes a common articulation policy at the state of New York and city of New York university systems for granting college credit bearing coursework based upon successful performance on standardized exams
• S1975 Relates to persons with a serious mental illness residing in an adult home
• S1976 Establishes the coronavirus pandemic small business and not-for-profit organization loan program
• S1977 Relates to including comprehensive climate change risk analysis as part of every environmental assessment statement and requiring updates to rules and regulations regarding the state environmental quality review
• S1978 Relates to establishing the downstate New York power authority, and providing for its powers and duties
• S1979A Relates to certain requirements regarding billing for electric services
• S1980 Relates to the definition of party
• S1981 Relates to authorizing and directing the commissioner of education to allow students attending a school closed due to a viral outbreak to receive instructional time for work completed outside of the school
• S1982 Relates to suspending state assessments during a state disaster emergency
• S1983 Requires a state standards report to be filed by all non-public schools
• S1984 Relates to directing the commissioner to convene statewide and regional conventions to bring together underrepresented educators
• S1985 Enacts the community gridlock prevention act
• S1986 Relates to the placement of a discreet disability designation on non-driver identification cards, drivers' licenses and learners' permits and making technical and conforming changes; repealer
• S1987 Relates to tampering with physical evidence
• S1988A Relates to determinations of appropriate educational programs for certain students in a school district in a city having a population of one million or more
• S1989 Relates to ensuring the payment of overtime due and owing for services rendered to combat the COVID-19 pandemic
• S1990A Grants immunity to law enforcement employees who intervene against police misconduct
• S1991 Relates to providing a civil action for deprivation of rights
• S1992 Relates to including a statement on the envelopes of ballots for absentee voters and special presidential voters for signature affirmation
• S1993 Relates to the duration of certain tests
• S1994 Establishes integrated community mental health clinics
• S1995 Relates to exempting certain real property owned or leased by a cooperative corporation or on a condominium basis from certain assessment provisions
• S1996 Relates to split shifts and minimum wage
• S1997A Relates to the restrictions on consecutive hours of work for nurses
• S1998 Includes bonus in the definition of wages for purposes of the labor law
• S1999 Relates to the employee status of an individual
• S2000 Relates to permitting a residential tenant to utilize a security deposit to pay rent during a state disaster emergency
• S2001A Relates to establishing renters security insurance and the security deposit guarantee program
• S2002 Increases the length of the term of office to four years for members of the legislature
• S2003 Relates to prohibiting employers from seeking graduation dates from prospective employees
• S2004A Relating to permitting assessment of certain fees and costs upon wrongful denial of access to records under the freedom of information law
• S2005 Relates to imposing a commercial vacancy tax
• S2006 Requires certain insurance carriers to certify that at least a majority of prescription drug rebates are provided to patients at the point of sale
• S2007 Provides for coverage of a one hundred twenty-day supply of a prescription without prior authorization during a state disaster emergency
• S2009 Ensures zoning lot mergers do not create any new non-compliance with applicable, pre-existing zoning regulations
• S2010A Directs the division of housing and community renewal to study non-rental fees charged by landlords
• S2011 Relates to placing limitations on initial regulated rents
• S2012A Relates to surcharges for the installation or use of air conditioner units in housing accommodations subject to rent control
• S2013A Relates to surcharges for the installation or use of certain appliances in housing accommodations subject to rent control
• S2015A Relates to the payment of arrears for certain taxes and placing limitations on housing development fund company regulatory agreements
• S2016 Relates to the definition of floor area
• S2017 Defines probable aggregate annual income for the tenant's eligibility under guidelines set for housing authority
• S2018 Relates to student loan assistance for certain attorneys employed by political subdivisions of the state
• S2019 Makes technical corrections to the practice of podiatry
• S2020 Establishes the differentiated learning environment task force
• S2619 Increases tax free contributions to family tuition accounts
• S2620 Establishes a direct service professional credit and career ladder tuition assistance grant program
• S2621 Relates to calculating the area median income based on zip code for affordable housing programs in a city with a population of one million or more
• S2622 Imposes a progressive income tax structure
• S2850 Relates to penalties for violations of the alcoholic beverage control law, requirements for certain retail licensees for on-premises consumption and labeling of disposable cups and similar to-go containers
• S4464 Authorizes academic performance awards for incarcerated persons; repealer
• S4465 Extends the duration of tuition assistance awards to five years
• S4466 Relates to mayoral control of the city school district of the city of New York
• S4472A Relates to persons designated by a general hospital to identify infectious disease processes
• S4473A Relates to increased participation in state contracts and subcontracts by certified minority and women owned business enterprises
• S4474 Requires instruction on civic education for grades 5 through 12
• S4475 Expands the empire state child credit
• S4476 Provides an exemption for the sale of the first $35,000 of a battery, electric, or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle from state sales and compensating use taxes
• S4653 Relates to payments under contracts for transportation of school children
• S4743 Expands family leave eligibility to include participation in remote learning for certain employees who are the parents or guardians of certain children
• S4782 Relates to the employment of school nurses for the inspection of pupils attending certain public schools
• S5063 Prohibits employers from discriminating against individuals based on such individual's status as a caregiver
• S5317 Imposes a special tax on artwork, antique furniture, and antique jewelry sold at auction and establishes the art education fund
• S5436 Establishes a student activity fee to fund the student assembly of the state university of New York
• S5452 Prohibits the sale of used oil and establishes civil and criminal penalties
• S6087A Provides for parental notification when charter schools receive a corrective action plan or are given a short-term renewal
• S6088 Suspends all unnecessary travel to Arkansas by government agencies, departments, boards, authorities, and commissions as long as HB 1570 is in effect
• S6089A Requires the inspection of non-fireproof buildings and compliance with the New York city housing maintenance code and the New York city construction codes
• S6296A Requires class size reduction plans in city school districts in cities having a population of one million or more
• S6403 Relates to protecting people from civil arrest at certain locations
• S6423 Relates to compliance with substantially equivalent education by nonpublic schools
• S6873 Provides for tuition assistance program awards for students experiencing homelessness
• S6874 Expands eligibility for the tuition assistance program
• S6897 Suspends all unnecessary travel to states that permit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression
• S7063 Exempts benefits from the excluded worker fund from New York state income taxes
• S7198 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
• S7256A Relates to demand delivery accounts
• S7273 Requires reporting to the federal bureau of investigation's national use-of-force data collection program
• S7274 Replaces instances of the words or variations of the words American Indian with the words Indigenous peoples or a variation thereof
• S7363A Suspends all unnecessary travel to states that have discriminatory laws for access to women's reproductive health services
• S7466 Requires public schools to start no earlier than eight thirty a.m.
• S7546 Requires continuity of rent regulated rental units for certain civic and land use improvement projects
• S7571 Establishes commercial rent regulation
• S7654 Requires the pre-payment of sales and compensating use tax on sales of beer intended for off premises consumption
• S7681 Updates the census numbers used to calculate certain education funding
• S7801 Relates to prohibiting legal fees to be charged by a lessor or agent thereof
• S8210 Grants salary protection for provisional and temporary employees
• S8227 Directs a study on the feasibility of adjusting the compulsory attendance age of minors attending full time instruction
• S8252 Provides a tax abatement for facilty-integrated carbon-to-value equipment
• S8282 Relates to injunctive relief in improper practice cases
• S8399 Relates to accidental disability retirement for uniformed court officers and peace officers employed in the unified court system
• S8434 Provides for designation of representatives for the purposes of collective bargaining by farm laborers and the prevention of unfair labor practices
• S8448 Provides for certain death benefits to correction officers, correction officer-sergeants, correction officer-captains, assistant wardens, associate wardens or wardens employed by Westchester county
• S8458 Enacts the safeguarding employees and accountability for termination act
• S8459 Relates to reimbursing charter schools for leasing certain facilities, and prohibition of non-disclosure agreements; repealer
• S8477 Establishes a twenty year retirement plan for members or officers of law enforcement
• S8481 Relates to requiring independent hearing officers in disciplinary claims against firefighters
• S8485 Relates to the investment of funds wagered on video lottery gaming for certain horse races; repealer
• S8506 Prohibits legacy preference as eligible criteria for admission standards or for participation in state awards programs
• S8532A Relates to investments by public pension funds
• S8584 Provides for certain death benefits to fire marshals employed by Nassau county
• S8685 Relates to the appointment and promotion of supervisors of the fire alarm dispatcher service
• S8686 Relates to the retirement of Nassau county 911 operators
• S8748 Enacts major components relating to compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment of various units; repeals certain provisions relating thereto
• S8911A Relates to increasing the mandatory retirement age of New York state regional park police
• S8912 Relates to authorizing geographic pay differentials for certain police officers
• S8918 Relates to the disability retirement for safety and security officers
• S8946 Relates to retirement benefits for certain employees
• S8963 Relates to the inclusion of certain off-site custom fabrication as public work for the purposes of payment of prevailing wage
• S9051 Relates to investment of retirement funds
• S9068B Authorizes the city of New York to discontinue the use as parkland of a portion of real property in the county of New York and to grant easements to the metropolitan transportation authority
• S9227 Establishes a private cause of action for certain violations regarding machine-guns, assault weapons, disguised guns, ghost guns, and unfinished frames or receivers
• S9274 Relates to the use of accrued vacation time
• S9286 Grants members of the city of New York's police force eligibility for retirement and pension based on previous service as traffic enforcement agents
• S9329 Relates to waiving the earning limitations for retired sworn officers employed by a district attorney as investigators
• S9347 Relates to admissibility of extrinsic evidence in cases related to retiree health insurance
• S9368 Relates to establishing an accidental disability retirement pension for deputy sheriffs employed by Nassau county
• S9370 Relates to presumptive evidence for individuals who participated in the World Trade Center rescue, recovery and clean-up operations
• S9389 Relates to providing cost-of-living adjustments
• S9463 Provides for compensation, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment of certain officers and employees; repealer
• S9478 Provides for compensation and other terms and conditions of employment of certain state officers and employees; appropriation
• S9482 Imposes an excise tax on the sale of ammunition to be deposited into the gun violence impact fund; establishing the gun violence impact fund
• S9504 Grants continued survivor benefits to Genesis Villella, Deliliah Vega and Peter Vega
• S9521 Removes the age cap for children receiving death benefits
• S9564 Authorizes NYC to impose a fee on motor vehicles from states which do not cooperate with the enforcement of certain traffic laws
• S9580 Relates to who may visit local correctional facilities


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