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Legislative Memos

Sep
13
2011
To Establish the New York Health Benefit Exchange

Subject: S.5849 (Seward)/A.8514 (Morelle) Position: SUPPORT (AN ACT to establish the New York Health Benefit Exchange)

Jun
15
2011
Certification of Class Actions in Cases Involving Governmental Operations

Subject: A.2334-P/Rivera S.5327/Addabbo (An ACT to amend the civil practice law and rules, in relation to certification of class actions in cases involving governmental operations) Position: SUPPORT

Jun
15
2011
In Relation to Custody and Visitation Rights of a Sex Offender

Subject: S. 2481 /Flanagan A.3548/Gabryszak (AN ACT to amend the corrections law, in relation to custody and visitation rights of a sex offender) Position: Opposed This legislation would bar a court from granting an individual who is required to register as a sex offender the physical or legal custody of – or unsupervised visitation with – a child. This blanket prohibition is both unconstitutional as a matter of law and contrary to the best interests of New York’s children. Thus, we strongly oppose its passage.

Jun
15
2011
In Relation to Limiting the Type of Employment Convicted Sex Offenders Can Seek

Subject: A.856-A (Kellner)/S.987 (Klein) (AN ACT to amend the multiple dwelling law, in relation to prohibiting the owner, agent or operator of a multiple dwelling from hiring as a building superintendent, managing agent, or resident manager any person who is registered as a level two or level three sex offender in New York State . . . ) A.2086-A (Thiele)/S.1857-A (Lavalle)

Jun
15
2011
In Relation to Information Provided about Sex Offenders

Subject: A.5661 (Weisenberg)/S.1521 (Klein) (An act to amend the correction law, in relation to the definition of and information and information provided about sex offenders) A.7950 (Miller) (An act to amend the correction law, in relation to requiring level two sex offenders to register their employment address and relating to certain requirements of distribution to the subdirectory) Position: Oppose

Jun
14
2011
Amending the Law to Prohibit Participating in Torture and Improper Treatment of Prisoners by Health Care Officials

Subject: A.5891/Gottfried (AN ACT to amend the public health law, the education law and the labor law, in relation to prohibiting participating in torture and improper treatment of prisoners by health care professionals) Position: SUPPORT

Jun
14
2011
Relating to Standardizing Penalties Associated with Marijuana Possession

Subject: A.7620/Jeffries, S.5187/Grisanti (Relates to standardizing penalties associated with marijuana possession) Position: Support This bill removes a provision from the penal code that makes it a misdemeanor to possess or burn a small amount of marijuana in public view. This would close a loophole in the law used to unjustly arrest tens of thousands of people each year – the vast majority of whom are black or Latino. The NYCLU strongly supports this bill.

Jun
14
2011
Amending the Correction Law, in Relation to the Residence of a Sex Offender

Subject: S.4026/Zeldin, A.1947/Braunstein (AN ACT to amend the correction law, in relation to the residence of a sex offender) Position: Oppose

Jun
2
2011
Regulation of Demonstrations and Military Funerals

Subject: A. 7697 / Cusick (AN ACT to amend the general municipal law and the parks, recreation and historic preservation law, in relation to requiring permits for demonstrations at veteran funerals) Position: Opposed This legislation authorizes towns, villages, cities and counties to establish a permit procedure for the regulation of demonstrations that take place within one thousand feet of a funeral event. The bill authorizes the state to promulgate the same regulatory procedures as applied to state property, including parks.

Jun
2
2011
Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act

Subject: Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA) A.5039 / Gottfried S.2873 / Duane QUALIFIED SUPPORT

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