A 8869

  • New York Assembly Bill
  • 2021 Regular Session
  • Introduced in Assembly
  • Passed Assembly May 16, 2022
  • Passed Senate May 31, 2022
  • Governor

Relates to insurance for victims of a hate crime

Abstract

Prohibits an insurer from cancelling, refusing to issue, refusing to renew, or increasing the premium of a policy solely on the basis that one or more claims have been made against any policy during the preceding sixty months for a loss that is the result of a hate crime.

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May 31, 2022

Senate

SUBSTITUTED FOR S7658B

Senate

RETURNED TO ASSEMBLY

Senate

PASSED SENATE

Senate

3RD READING CAL.765

May 16, 2022

Assembly

PASSED ASSEMBLY

Assembly

DELIVERED TO SENATE

Senate

REFERRED TO INSURANCE

May 09, 2022

Assembly

AMENDED ON THIRD READING 8869B

May 05, 2022

Assembly

ADVANCED TO THIRD READING CAL.619

May 04, 2022

Assembly

REPORTED

Apr 29, 2022

Assembly

PRINT NUMBER 8869A

Assembly

AMEND AND RECOMMIT TO INSURANCE

Jan 19, 2022

Assembly

REFERRED TO INSURANCE

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