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A06285 Summary:

SPONSORMcLaughlin (MS)
COSPNSRMayersohn, Lentol, Tokasz, Silver, Brodsky, Titus, Peralta, Pheffer, Weprin, Seminerio, Pretlow,Clark, John, Gordon, Espaillat, Boyland, Colton, Perry, Ortiz, Karben, Carrozza, Seddio
MLTSPNSRAcampora, Alfano, Arroyo, Aubertine, Bacalles, Barclay, Barra, Benjamin, Bing, Brennan, Butler,Calhoun, Christensen, Cohen A, Conte, Cusick, Cymbrowitz, DelMonte, Diaz L, Diaz R, DiNapoli,Dinowitz, Eddington, Errigo, Farrell, Finch, Galef, Gianaris, Green, Gunther, Hayes, Heastie,Hikind, Hooper, Hoyt, Ignizio, Kirwan, Kolb, Koon, Lafayette, Latimer, Lavelle, Lavine, Lupardo,Magnarelli, Manning, McDonald, McDonough, Meng, Miller, Millman, Nolan, Norman, O'Connell, Paulin,Rabbitt, Reilly, Rivera J, Rivera N, Rivera P, Saladino, Sanders, Scarborough, Schimminger,Schroeder, Scozzafava, Stephens, Sweeney, Tedisco, Thiele, Towns, Townsend, Weinstein, Weisenberg,Wirth, Wright, Zebrowski
Amd SS120.03, 120.04, 125.12 & 125.13, Pen L
Enacts Vasean's law; eliminates the element of criminal negligence as a required element for the crimes of vehicular assault and vehicular manslaughter in the first and second degrees; establishes that if a person operating a motor vehicle, vessel, public vessel, snowmobile or all terrain vehicle causes the death of another person while unlawfully intoxicated or impaired by the use of a drug, then there shall be a rebuttable presumption that, as a result of such intoxication or impairment by the use of such drug, such person operated the motor vehicle, vessel, public vessel, snowmobile or all terrain vehicle in a manner that caused such death.
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