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Bills in the New York state Assembly.

A.76 WEISENBERG Enacts the "children's weapon accident prevention act"; creates crimes of failure to store a weapon safely in the first and second degrees, aggravated failure to store a weapon, and criminally negligent storage of a weapon in the first and second degrees; provides affirmative defenses; directs the commissioner of education to develop a weapons safety program.

No 'Same As' in Senate 01/03/2007 referred to Codes

A.102 LAFAYETTE Requires persons under eighteen to maintain good attendance at school to be eligible for a learner's permit or driver's license, unless exempt; directs school authorities to issue and withdraw certificates of good attendance as warranted; applies to all schools, public or private; authorizes a fee of $20 per certificate.

Same as S.190 01/03/2007 referred to Transportation

A.116 PHEFFER Prohibits businesses that supply heating oil to residential customers from requiring that potential customers meet a minimum level of heating oil consumption.

No 'Same As' in Senate 01/03/2007 ref: to Consumer Affairs/Protection

A.188 GANTT Creates crimes of criminally aggressive driving in the third, second, and first degrees and requires pre-licensing education thereon; provides for suspension or revocation of drivers' licenses for violations; prohibits the issuance of restricted use licenses to persons convicted of criminally aggressive driving; and prohibits a reduction in insurance premiums for any course which fails to address aggressive driving.

No 'Same As' in Senate 01/03/2007 referred to Transportation

A.280 CAHILL Enacts the Telework 2007 Act; provides for a task force and demonstration program on teleworking to study the benefits and other impacts thereof; provides that the task force shall consist of departments of environmental conservation, transportation, and civil service, the workers' compensation board, the office of general services, and the office of advocate for persons with disabilities, and legislative liaisons; authorizes the following five state agencies to participate in a demonstration program: the departments of banking, health, insurance, and transportation and the division of housing and community renewal; provides that after 18 months, the task force shall report its finding and recommendations on teleworking to the governor and the legislature.

No 'Same As' in Senate 01/03/2007 referred to Labor

A.288 MORELLE Prohibits insurance companies from denying or canceling life and disability coverage based upon genetic information about an insured or a family member of the insured; prohibits them from requesting genetic information about an insured or family member of an insured.

No 'Same As' in Senate 01/03/2007 referred to Insurance

A.326 WRIGHT Amends provisions of child protective proceedings to prevent the unnecessary removal of children from a custodial parent who is the victim of domestic violence.

No 'Same As' in Senate 01/03/2007 referred to Children and Families

A.359 DESTITO Creates the "Electronic Access to Records Act"; requires all state public records to be accessible on the Internet; prohibits provision of personal identifying information, unless explicitly required by law.

No 'Same As' in Senate 01/03/2007 referred to Governmental Operations

A.397 PHEFFER Prohibits the publication of original signatures obtained under any provisions of the election law by any person.

Same as S.1089 01/03/2007 referred to Election Law
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Date:Feb 1, 2007
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