A04259 Relates to conducting appeals, within the department of family assistance, by means of electronic communications systems conference with independent hearing officers A04263 Relates to requiring the commissioner of taxation and finance to conduct a study on the earned income tax credit and to propose changes thereto A04278 Authorizes the city of Jamestown to set the fee for issuance of birth and death certificates A04279 Relates to requiring the homestead exemption used in the calculation for the public assistance to be the same as the homestead exemption under the civil practice law and rules A04281 Relates to creating incentives for counties to investigate and prosecute medicaid fraud A04283 Creates a private right of action for landlords and employers who suffer actual losses as a result of domestic violence A04284 Authorizes two or more school districts in certain counties to enter into a contract to establish and operate a regional high school A04287 Creates the school board empowerment act A04295 Relates to the ability of an individual collecting unemployment to obtain part-time work A04300 Provides for the installment payment for the earned income credit A04357 Relates to certain educational requirements for public assistance A04508 Relates to aligning Medicaid optional benefits with the requirements of article 43 of the insurance law A04509 Relates to rights and obligations of a municipality electing integrated non-participating owner status in gas and oil wells A04513 Relates to the protection of water supplies A04515 Relates to tax check-off boxes on personal income tax return forms; repealer A04519 Permits persons eleven years of age to possess a rifle under certain circumstances A04520 Relates to additional options for local social services districts to implement effective welfare-to-work programs; repealer A04536 Authorizes minors who are members of a religious community to engage or assist in employment which minors are otherwise prohibited from performing A06624 Provides an exemption from workers' compensation coverage under certain circumstances A06625 Creates requirements of a public employer when a collective bargaining agreement has expired and a new agreement is not in place A06652 Allows school boards to make decisions regarding layoffs based on performance, qualifications and student needs A06653 Creates provisions for school boards to make decisions regarding lay-offs A07097 Relates to prohibiting illegal drug use and authorizing random drug testing of individuals receiving public assistance A07744 Establishes the municipal severe storm relief fund for the counties of Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Allegany to repair damage to public infrastructure caused by a storm on July 14 - 15, 2015 A07826 Extends from November 30, 2017 to November 30, 2019, the expiration of the hotel and motel tax in the county of Chautauqua A07986 Extends from November 30, 2017 to November 30, 2019, the authority of the county of Chautauqua to impose an additional 1% of sales and compensating use tax A08580 Designates, as peace officers, special deputy sheriffs of the county of Chautauqua within the grounds of and properties owned by the Chautauqua Institution A09723 Designates the uniformed court officers of the town of Busti, as peace officers A09730 Legalizes, validates, ratifies and confirms the actions of the Panama central school district regardless of the failure of such district to timely file final building cost reports A10010 Relates to selecting the city court judges in the city of Jamestown A10312 Authorizes, in the county of Chautauqua, the possession of a pistol or revolver while attending a firearms familiarity course conducted by a law enforcement agency A10767 Authorizes the New York state teachers' retirement system to accept an application for disability retirement benefits from Karen Sosinski A10769 Includes that portion of state route 5 on the Seaway Trail, within the Purple Heart Highway A10973 Designates state route 394 in the village of Lakewood, county of Chautauqua, as the "Lance Corporal Aaron M. Swanson Memorial Highway" A10974 Designates state route 60 in the city of Jamestown, county of Chautauqua, as the "Private Charles S. Cooper, Jr. Memorial Highway" A10975 Designates state route 20 in the village of Fredonia, county of Chautauqua, as the "Sergeant Jonathan Gollnitz Memorial Highway" A10976 Designates state route 394 in the town of Ellicott, county of Chautauqua, as the "Sergeant James C. Matteson Memorial Highway" A10977 Designates state route 394 between the town of Kennedy and the village of Falconer, county of Chautauqua, as the "Staff Sergeant David Textor Memorial Highway"
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A11342 Enacts the prohibiting pay-to-play in New York act
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