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Bills in the New York State Senate.

S.3661 SPANO Authorizes nurses and pharmacists to dispense emergency contraception upon the prescription and order of a nonpatient specific regimen by a licensed physician, certified nurse practitioner, or licensed midwife; enacts the "unintended pregnancy prevention act". Same as A.116 03/25/2005 referred to Higher Education 06/22/2005 committee discharged and committed to Rules 01/31/2005 PASSED ASSEMBLY 01/31/2005 delivered to senate 01/31/2005 referred to Higher Education 06/22/2005 PASSED SENATE 08/04/2005 delivered to governor 08/04/2005 VETOED memo.47

S.5252 JOHNSON Expands the existing solar electric generating equipment personal income tax credit to be a solar energy system equipment credit; solar energy system equipment shall mean an arrangement or combination of components utilizing solar radiation, which, when installed in a residence, produces energy designed to provide heating, cooling, hot water or electricity for use in such residence. Same as A.8263 04/28/2005 referred to Investigations and Government Operations 06/09/2005 committee discharged and committed to Rules 06/14/2005 PASSED SENATE 06/14/2005 delivered to Assembly 06/14/2005 referred to ways and means 06/23/2005 PASSED ASSEMBLY 07/21/2005 delivered to Governor 08/02/2005 SIGNED chap.378

S.5239 VOLKER Establishes the crimes of criminal possession of criminally diverted prescription medications and devices in the fifth, fourth, third, second and first degrees and the transfer or receipt of prescription medications or devices by persons with no medical need for such medications or devices and from persons not authorized to sell them; establishes rebuttable presumptions with respect to such crimes. Same as A.7591 04/26/2005 referred to Codes

S.5235 LEIBELL Provides additional protections against financial fraud and other abuses by the officers of not-for-profit corporations; prohibits self-dealing between an officer or director and such corporation in certain cases. Same as A.7825 04/26/2005 referred to Corporations, Authorities and Commissions

S.5217 LIBOUS Provides for the mandatory suspension of a license for possessing or using a forged license and certain other sanctions for alcohol related offenses. Same as A.8471 04/20/2005 referred to Transportation

S.5156 DUANE Validates a marriage between same sex parties; provides that a marriage that is otherwise valid shall be valid regardless of whether the parties to the marriage are of the same or different sex; makes appropriate gender neutral corrections to the section of the domestic relations law granting authority to the town or city clerk to accept an application for a marriage license; further makes gender neutral corrections throughout the domestic relations law and civil practice law and rules relating to actions to annul, separate or divorce from a marriage. Same as Uni. A7463 04/18/2005 referred to Judiciary

The NY State Legislature is currently in recess until January 2006. This can be a good time to contact your representatives and let them know what issues are important to you!

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Date:Aug 1, 2005
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