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Legislative Memos

Jun
4
2015
In Support of Prohibiting Employer Discrimination Based on Reproductive Health Care Decisions

Subject: Prohibiting Employer Discrimination Based on Reproductive Health Care Decisions, also known as the "Boss Bill," A.1142A (Jaffee) / S.2709A (Krueger) Position: SUPPORT Choosing whether, when, and how to have children is a decision for individuals and families, not their employers - and no worker should ever have to worry about being demoted or fired just because their employer disagrees with their personal reproductive health care choices.

Mar
23
2015
In Support of the Reproductive Services Act

Subject: Reproductive Services Act A.6221 (Glick) / S.4432 (Stewart-Cousins) Position: SUPPORT

May
6
2014
In Support of the Reproductive Health Act (S438)

Subject: S. 438 Position: SUPPORT

Jun
8
2010
Oppose Amending the Public Health Law and the Family Court Act

Subject: A.2357/Reilich A.6242/Barra An act to amend the public health law and the family court act, in relation to enacting the "family protection act". Position: Opposed The proposed legislation would create a legal requirement that parents of an unemancipated minor must provide consent or must be informed before the minor can receive an abortion.

Jun
1
2010
Prohibits Possession of Certain Condoms as Evidence

Subject: A.10893/Clark S.1289-A/Montgomery Prohibits Possession of Certain Condoms as Evidence Position: Support

May
19
2008
Comprehensive Sex Education

Subject: S.1342/ Winner et al. A.2856/ Gottfried et al. AN ACT to amend the public health law in relation to establishing the age-appropriate sex education grant program, to be referred to as the Healthy Teens Act) Position: SUPPORT The Healthy Teens Act This bill, the Healthy Teens Act, would award funding for school districts, boards of cooperative education services and community-based organizations to provide comprehensive sex education programs for young people. The NYCLU strongly supports this legislation.

Jan
1
2006
Family Health Care Decisions Act

Subject: A.5406-B/Gottfried et al. AN ACT to amend the public health law, in relation to establishing procedures for making medical treatment decisions on behalf of persons who lack the capacity to decide about treatment for themselves and to repeal certain provisions of such law relating thereto.

Jan
1
2004
Fetal Assault

Subject: S.403/ Maltese, et al. A.7524/ Seddio, et al. AN ACT to amend the penal law in relation to unborn victims of violence Position: OPPOSED This bill was introduced and referred to committees in both houses, where the bill was stalled. The bill did not pass either house during the 2005 legislative session.

Jan
1
2003
Transmissible Disease Testing

Subject: S. 1928/ Saland et al. AN ACT to amend the criminal procedure law, the family court act, the penal law and the public health law, in relation to the testing of certain criminal defendants and juveniles for transmissible diseases. Position: OPPOSED

Jan
1
2003
Medicaid Funding of Abortion

Subject: S.4877 An Act to amend the social services law, in relation to medical assistance exclusion. Position: OPPOSED

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