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A09505 Summary:

BILL NOA09505A
 
SAME ASSAME AS UNI. S07505-A
 
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Amd Various Laws, generally
 
Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state public protection and general government budget for the 2018-2019 state fiscal year; relates to the waiver of the right to a speedy trial and speedy trials generally (Part A); requires judicial certification of performance of duties (Part B); relates to the issuance of securing orders and makes conforming changes; relates to the deposit of bail money by charitable bail organizations (Part C); relates to discovery reform and intimidating or tampering with a victim or witness (Part D); relates to repealing the ability to proceed against a non-criminal defendant for forfeiture of the proceeds of a crime and reporting of certain demographic data as required by the state division of criminal justice services (Part E); relates to the disposition of monies recovered by county district attorneys before the filing of an accusatory instrument, in relation to the effectiveness thereof (Part F); relates to eliminating reimbursements to counties for personal service expenses related to the transportation of state ready inmates (Part G); relates to programmatic accomplishments for merit and limited credit time; adds certain programs to the list of qualifying significant programmatic accomplishments (Part H); repeals subdivision 9 of section 201 of the correction law relating to the collection of supervision fees from persons on community supervision (Part I); creates two pilot programs, one a college education leave program and the second a work release program, for the release of certain inmates whose offenses and disciplinary records would render them eligible to receive a limited credit time allowance (Part J); removes unnecessary mandatory bars on licensing and employment for people with criminal convictions in certain categories and replaces them with individualized review processes using certain factors; relates to licensing consideration for check cashers (Subpart A); relates to eligibility for serving on a New York City community district education council and city-wide council (Subpart B); relates to licensing for bingo suppliers (Subpart C); relates to licensing for notary publics (Subpart D); relates to suppliers of games of chance, for games of chance licensees, for bingo licensees, and for lessors of premises to bingo licensees (Subpart E); relates to licensing for insurer adjusters and for employment with insurance adjusters (Subpart F); relates to licensing for real estate brokers or real estate salesmen (Subpart G); relates to participation as employer in subsidized employer programs (Subpart H); and relates to eligibility for employment by a driver's school (Subpart I)(Part K); establishes a method of geriatric parole (Part L); relates to suspending the transfer of monies into the emergency services revolving loan fund from the public safety communications account through the year two thousand twenty (Part M); relates to information that is subject to an administrative subpoena when there is an investigation where a minor is a potential victim of certain offenses where an internet service account or online identifier may have been used in the commission of such offense (Part N); establishes an armory rental account fund (Part O); relates to eliminating the statute of limitations for any sexually related felony offense committed against a child; removing the requirement of filing a notice of claim for any claim for injury suffered from a sexually related offense committed against a child; extending the statute of limitations for civil cases for any claim for injury suffered from a sexually related offense committed against a child to fifty years; reviving any time-barred claim for injury suffered from a sexually related offense committed against a child for a period of one year (Part P); requires hotels keep food available to receive a license rather than requiring a restaurant be on premises (Part Q); relates to the production and sale of mead (Part R); creates a license to export New York alcoholic beverages (Part S); extends the state commission on the restoration of the capitol for an additional five years (Part T); relates to the transfer of unappropriated state lands for mental health, developmental disability, park, recreation, playground, reforestation, public education, public safety, street, highway, or other municipal purposes (Part U); establishes the parking services fund, the solid waste fund and the special events fund (Part V); relates to term appointments to temporary positions without examination for positions requiring special expertise or qualifications in information technology and provides for the repeal of such provisions (Part W); establishes the New York state secure choice savings program for the purpose of promoting greater retirement savings for private-sector employees; establishes the NY state secure choice savings program fund and the New York state secure choice administrative fund; makes related provisions (Part X); relates to the investment of surplus funds in the state insurance fund (Part Y); caps the standard medicare premium charge at $134 (Part Z); relates to reimbursement for standard medicare premium charges (Part AA); relates to the rate of interest to be paid on a judgment or accrued claim being calculated at the one-year United States treasury bill rate (Part BB); relates to the citizen empowerment tax credit (Part CC); relates to the election of one or more town justices for two or more adjacent towns (Subpart A); relates to allowing counties to be authorized to regulate land use in municipalities and amends the statute of local governments (Subpart B)(Part DD); authorizes the establishment of county-wide shared services panels and establishes the membership requirements and powers and duties of such panels (Part EE); relates to the annual independent audit of the accounts and business practices of the agency performed by independent outside auditors in the town of Islip (Part FF); provides for the administration of certain funds and accounts related to the 2018-19 budget and authorizes certain payments and transfers; relates to the school tax relief fund, the debt reduction reserve fund and to payments, transfers and deposits; relates to funding project costs undertaken by non-public schools; relates to funding project costs for certain capital projects; relates to the issuance of bonds in relation to financing of the correctional facilities improvement fund and the youth facility improvement fund; relates to housing program bonds and notes; relates to the issuance of bonds related to the dedicated highway and bridge trust fund; relates to the issuance of bonds by the dormitory authority; relates to the issuance of bonds by the urban development corporation; relates to state environmental infrastructure projects; authorizes the urban development corporation to issue bonds to fund project costs for the implementation of a NY-CUNY challenge grant program and increases the bonding limit for certain state and municipal facilities; increases the bonding limit for certain public protection facilities; increases the aggregate amount of bonds to be issued by the New York state urban development corporation; relates to the financing of the peace bridge and transportation capital projects; relates to dormitories at certain educational institutions other than state operated institutions and statutory or contract colleges under the jurisdiction of the state university of New York; relates to bonds and mental health facilities improvement notes; relates to funding certain capital projects and the issuance of bonds; relates to increasing the amount of authorized matching capital grants; relates to increasing the amount of bonds authorized to be issued; provides for the repeal of certain provisions upon expiration thereof (Part GG); prohibits a panic defense resulting from the discovery of, knowledge about, or potential disclosure of the victims actual or perceived gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation (Part HH); prohibits sex offenders from being placed in shelters used by families with children and from entering within one thousand feet of a kindergarten or pre-kindergarten facility or institution (Part II); establishes incapacity to consent when a person is under arrest, in detention, or otherwise in actual custody of a police officer, peace officer, or other law enforcement official and the actor is a police officer, peace officer or other law enforcement official (Part JJ); relates to employee safety and employee discipline for misconduct (Part KK); authorizes the dormitory authority to construct and finance certain juvenile detention facilities (Part LL).
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