New York Legislature

150 Assembly Members
  • 106 Democrats
  • 43 Republicans
  • 1 Independence
63 Senators
  • 43 Democrats
  • 20 Republicans

Bills

Recently Introduced

S 5256

Relates to the number of signatures of enrolled voters needed on a designating petition for any town office and the number of signatures required on a designating petition for a village election

  • Introduced Feb 27 2021
  • Sponsored by Harckham

S 5210

Provides for the re-enfranchisement of voters with felony convictions; repealer

  • Introduced Feb 26 2021
  • Sponsored by Parker

S 5212

Establishes the independent office of the child advocate

  • Introduced Feb 26 2021
  • Sponsored by Parker

S 5221

Defines as aggravated harassment in the third degree photographing persons entering or leaving reproductive health care services facilities

  • Introduced Feb 26 2021
  • Sponsored by Parker
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Recently Passed

S 646

Directs the New York state department of health to conduct a study on the incidences of asthma in cities and towns having a population of more than ninety thousand

  • Introduced Jan 06 2021
  • REFERRED TO HEALTH Feb 24 2021
  • Sponsored by Hoylman, Kennedy, Myrie, and 3 more.

S 3293

Relates to extending the effectiveness of certain provisions relating to the reciprocity of debarments

  • Introduced Jan 28 2021
  • REFERRED TO CODES Feb 24 2021
  • Sponsored by Ramos

S 1426

Requires N.Y. city to collect discarded recyclable materials at city parks, playgrounds, historic sites and other facilities

  • Introduced Jan 12 2021
  • REFERRED TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION Feb 24 2021
  • Sponsored by Serrano

S 1466

Relates to the provision of geographic information system mapping technology for strategic planning and municipal study assistance

  • Introduced Jan 12 2021
  • REFERRED TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS Feb 24 2021
  • Sponsored by Breslin
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2021 Regular Session 11048
2019 Regular Session 24057
2017 Regular Session 25901

Sources

Data on Open States is updated nightly from the official website of the New York Legislature.

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