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May
20
2014
In Support of the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act

Subject: S.195B/A.4226B Position: SUPPORT Transgender and gender non-conforming New Yorkers face pervasive and brutal discrimination solely because their appearance or behavior is perceived to be inconsistent with traditional gender roles. The Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA) extends the protections of the state’s civil rights law to these individuals, prohibiting discrimination based upon gender identity and gender expression. The New York Civil Liberties Union strongly supports this measure.

Jun
2
2011
Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act

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

Feb
10
2011
Protecting Fundamental Rights and Liberties: A Legislative Agenda for 2011

Introduction

Governor Cuomo has challenged legislators, agency officials and administrators to make the operations of government more efficient and productive, more accountable, and less costly. He asks for measurable results.

May
18
2010
Funeral Leave for Same-Sex Partners

Subject: A.2563/Glick S.6177/Montgomery AN ACT to amend the civil rights law, in relation to authorizing funeral or bereavement leave for same-sex committed partners Position: Support

Jan
1
2005
Preventing Discrimination On The Basis Of Sexual Orientation

Subject: A.2678/Gottfried et al. AN ACT to amend the insurance law, in relation to discrimination because of sexual orientation. Position: SUPPORT This bill was passed in the Assembly and delivered to the Senate, where it was referred to the Insurance Committee. The bill was stalled in committee and did not pass in the 2005 legislative session.

Jan
1
2003
Bias-Related Violence -- Civil Remedy

Subject: A.187-A/ Sidikman, et al. AN ACT to amend the civil rights law, in relation to providing a civil remedy for victims of bias-related violence or intimidations. Position: Support This bill would provide the missing legal mechanism for victims of bias-related violence or intimidation to initiate a civil action against the perpetrator. It would also provide for the reimbursement of reasonable attorney’s fees.

Jan
1
2001
Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation – Insurance

Subject: A.2678/Gottfried et al. S.719/Goodman AN ACT to amend the insurance law, in relation to discrimination because of sexual orientation. Position: Support This bill would amend the insurance law to prevent insurance companies from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation. The New York Civil Liberties Union strongly supports equal protection under the law for gays, lesbians and bisexuals and we strongly urge the passage of this bill.

Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination

Subject: A. 1971/Sanders et al. S. 720/Goodman AN ACT to amend the executive law, the civil rights law and the education law, in relation to prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation. Position: Support

Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation -- Insurance

Subject: A.5046/Gottfried et al. S.786/Goodman, Hoffman AN ACT to amend the insurance law, in relation to discrimination because of sexual orientation. Position: Support This bill would amend the insurance law to prevent insurance companies from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation. The New York Civil Liberties Union strongly supports equal protection under the law for gays, lesbians and bisexuals and we strongly urge the passage of this bill.

Sex Discrimination

Subject: A. 2826 / S. 425 AN ACT to amend the executive law, the civil rights law and the education law in relation to prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation. POSITION: SUPPORT This bill would extend the reach of New York State's civil rights and human rights protections to more than one million New Yorkers who are gay, lesbian or bisexual. The New York Civil Liberties Union strongly supports equal protection under the law for gays, lesbians and bisexuals. Consequently, we strongly urge the passage of this bill.

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