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2012 Senate Session Summary Report

2012 Senate Session Summary Report

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Published by New York Senate
2012
Senate Session
Summary Report
As of January 7, 2013
2012
Senate Session
Summary Report
As of January 7, 2013

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2012
Senate Session
Summary Report
As of January 7, 2013
 
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Note:
As of December 28, 2012 all bills which passed both houses were delivered, one of which will be a
“30
-
day bill” which, unless approved by February 4, 2013, will be deemed
vetoed:
Investigations and Government OperationsS. 5404A MARTINS
-- Authorizes certain wholesalers authorized to sell beer at retailfor off premises consumption to also sell certain grocery itemsAlso, the following six bills were delivered to the Secretary of State as they were concurrentresolutions by the Senate and the Assembly to amend the State Constitution:
S.1311 LAVALLE --
Relates to veterans with disabilities
S.6698 SKELOS --
Creates the independent redistricting commission to establish senate,assembly and congressional districts
S.6734 BONACIC--
Authorizes casino gambling within the state as prescribed by thelegislature
S.7554 MARTINS --
Extends until 1/1/2024 the authority of counties, cities, towns &villages to exclude from constitutional debt limits indebtedness related to sewagefacilities
S.7654A LITTLE --
Authorizes the state to engage in a land exchange with NYCOMinerals, Inc. relating to certain land in the town of Lewis, county of Essex, within theforest preserve
S.7660 LITTLE --
Authorizes the legislature to settle the land dispute between the stateand private parties in township 40, Totten and Crossfield Purchase in Long Lake
 
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AGINGSenator David J. Valesky, Chair
The Aging Committee reported 32 bills from committee this session. Of these 32 bills, 16 werereferenced to a committee of secondary reference and did not advance further. A total of 16 billsadvanced to the calendar, 4 of which died on the 3
rd
Reading Calendar, while 10 passed theSenate only, and 2 bills passed both houses.
Bills Died In Committee of Secondary ReferenceFinanceS. 122A DIAZ
-- Authorizes the commissioner of health to adopt policies to excludecertain non-recurring items from income for the program for elderly pharmaceuticalinsurance coverage
S. 658 VALESKY
-- Permits senior citizens whose spouses are deceased to substitute amore recent income for purposes of determining eligibility for the enhanced STARexemption
S. 1942 LAVALLE
-- Provides that where a senior citizen purchases real property afterthe taxable status date, such person shall be eligible for the enhanced STAR exemption
S. 2172 GOLDEN
-- Provides for cost of living and marriage penalty adjustments toeligibility standards for the program for elderly pharmaceutical insurance coverage
S. 2181A GOLDEN
-- Establishes a coordinated statewide policy, investigation, andreporting requirements with respect to infections, including certain staphylococcusinfections
S. 2185 GOLDEN
-- Establishes the New York state compact for long term care
S. 3729A OPPENHEIMER
-- Authorizes the director of the office for the aging toestablish a long term care worker training pilot program
S. 5174 VALESKY
-- Establishes the capital infrastructure improvement anddevelopment for older New Yorkers grant program
S. 5451A ALESI
-- Establishes mandatory reporting of alleged incidents of abuse,mistreatment or neglect of residents in assisted living and adult care facilities
S. 6051 VALESKY
-- Relates to the elderly abuse education and outreach program
S. 6286 RANZENHOFER
-- Reinstates the Senior STAR rebate for the 2012-2013school year and thereafter
S. 6592 GOLDEN
-- Relates to outreach, status and time limits relating to the taxabatement program
S. 6593 GOLDEN
-- Makes certain tax abatement forms more readily available toseniors and authorizes certain entities to assist in the completion of such forms
S. 7203 SAVINO
-- Relates to providing language access services to individuals relatingto the tax abatement program
S. 7345A VALESKY
-- Requires adult protective services to consult with the local areaagency on aging when the individual requiring services is sixty years of age or older

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