2017 CHAPTER LAWS
Chapter Laws of 2017 Legislative Bill Jackets
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02/01/17 signed chap.1
Amends §804, Education Law (as proposed in S.6046-A & A.3887-B, 2016 Chapter 390). Provides that all schools shall ensure that their health education programs recognize the multiple dimensions of health by including mental health and the relation of physical and mental health so as to enhance student understanding, attitudes and behaviors that promote health, well-being and human dignity.
02/01/17 signed chap.2
Amends §19.31, Mental Hygiene Law (as proposed in S.7301 & A.10294, 2016 Chapter 493). Relates to requiring certain persons providing substance abuse treatment or counseling to complete training in medication assisted treatment.
02/01/17 signed chap.3
Amends §6, Chapter 394 of 2016 (as proposed in S.7442 & A.9490). Relates to recording taxes.
02/01/17 signed chap.4
Repealed §2999-j subs 2-a & 7-a, §2999-k, amends §§2999-j & 2999-h, Public Health Law; amends §5, Chapter 517 of 2016 (as proposed in S.7873-B & A.9835-B). Relates to the state medical indemnity fund and consumer and stakeholder workgroups.
02/01/17 SIGNED CHAP.5
Provides that any school board member from the East Ramapo central school district duly elected on May 17, 2016 who currently occupies the office to which he or she was duly elected but who failed to take or file his or her respective oath of office within the prescribed period shall continue to serve in such capacity and for the full term to which he or she was elected upon the taking and filing of oaths of office provided such oaths are taken and filed within 30 calendar days.
02/01/17 SIGNED CHAP.6
Amends §838-a, Executive Law; amends §2, Chap 500 of 2016 (as proposed in S.8117 & A.10067-A). Relates to the processing and maintenance of sexual offense evidence kits.
02/14/17 SIGNED CHAP.7
02/14/17 APPROVAL MEMO.1
Relates to establishing a moratorium on the adoption or implementation of any local law, ordinance, rule or regulation in a city with a population of one million or more related to charging a fee for carryout merchandise bags or a fee of similar effect.
AMEDORE Governor Program # 3
03/03/17 SIGNED CHAP.8
Repealed §130 sub 1(c) sub 1, (d). amends §130, Civil Service Law; repealed & adds §19 sub 1, Correction Law. Relates to the compensation, benefits and others terms and conditions of employment of certain state officers and employees; implements agreements between the state and an employee organization; relates to salaries of certain employees; and appropriates $109,000,000 therefor.
Amends §259-i, Executive Law (as proposed in S.992 & A.5548, 2016 C.473). Directs that the New York state office of general services statewide administrative services contract be used to select qualified interpreters to be used for translation services for inmates appearing before the parole board.
Amends §201, Insurance Law (as proposed in S.7536-A & A.10267-A, 2016 C.515). Relates to the establishment, membership and duties of the state insurance advisory board.
Amends §711-b, Executive Law; amends §1125, Public Health Law (as proposed in S.7601 & A.10129, 2016 C.516). Relates to the protection of water supplies.
Amends §2507, Public Health Law; amends §2, Chapter518 of 2016 (as proposed in S.8077 & A.9648-A). Relates to access to the special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children relating to specialty formula; relates to the effectiveness thereof.
Amends §§173, 174, 181 & 189, General Business Law; amends §11, Chapter 519 of 2016 (as proposed in S.8102 & A.10672). Relates to employment agencies including the creation of terms and condition forms; relates to the effectiveness thereof.
Amends §483-g, Social Services Law; amends §2, Chapter 415 of 2016 (as proposed in S.7427-A & A.9902-A). Relates to the early childhood advisory council.
Amends §§1676 & 1680, Public Authorities Law (as proposed in S.6023 & A.7770, 2016 Chapter 406). Relates to financing and construction of capital facilities for Dancewave, Inc.
Amends §3.19, Arts & Cultural Affairs Law (as proposed in S.3339-B & A.3420-B, 2016 Chapter 474). Requires organizations applying for arts and cultural grants from the New York State council on the arts to provide documentation demonstrating that the organization's principal place of business is within New York State.
Amends §168-j, Correction Law (as proposed in S.7252 & A.9239, 2016 Chapter 456). Relates to directing the division of criminal justice services to notify the appropriate agencies, within 48 hours of the receipt of a change of address, or of enrollment, attendance, employment or residence at an institution of higher education by a sex offender.
Amends §§399-z & 399-pp, General Business Law (as proposed in S.6809-B & A.9457-A, 2016 Chapter 484). Requires telemarketers to transmit to consumers the correct caller identification information.
Amends §§1676 & 1680, Public Authorities Law. Relates to the financing and construction of facilities by the dormitory authority for Summit Educational Resources, Inc.
Amends §2, Banking Law L (as proposed in S.7183 & A.9746, 2016 Chapter 491). Relates to defining consummation of a mortgage loan.
Amends §404-cc, Vehicle & Traffic Law; adds §3, Chapter 443 of 2016 (as proposed in S.1485-A & A.1683-A). Relates to the issuance of license plates bearing the words "Cure Childhood Cancer"; amends the effectiveness thereof.
Amends §11.00, Local Finance Law (as proposed in S.3690/A.5245, 2016 C.446). Relates to the issuance of bonds to finance airport improvements at the East Hampton Airport.
Excludes certain musicians or persons who are an executive officer of a corporation who contracts for the musician or person's services from the definition of employee for purposes of the workers' compensation law.
RULES Governor Program # 5
04/03/17 CHAPTER 24
Provides for emergency appropriation for the period April 1, 2017 through May 31, 2017.
Amends §§1 & 2, Chapter 116 of 2016. Authorizes Richard Insogna, Sr. to take the competitive civil service examination and be placed on the eligible list for appointment as a full-time police officer for the village of Fort Plain.
Amends §4361, Public Health Law. Grants the transplant council the power to make recommendations to the commissioner of health relating to organ donation, transplantation, procurement organizations, banks and storage; requires the council to make such recommendations annually.
Amends §425-a, Real Property Tax Law. Authorizes the local legislative body of a county that is a special assessing unit may provide by local law for the partial abatement of county taxes.
Amends §1210, Tax Law. Extends authorization for the city of White Plains to impose an additional one-quarter of one percent sales and compensating use tax.
Amends Chapter 192 of 2011. Relates to authorizing certain health care professionals licensed to practice in other jurisdictions to practice in this state in connection with an event sanctioned by New York Road Runners; extends the provisions thereof.
Amend Part T §14, Chapter 57 of 2017. Removes restrictions in the clean water infrastructure act of 2017 that emergency financial assistance will not be available under section 1285-t of the public authorities law.
Amends §344-e, Highway Law. Relates to the portion of the state highway system known as the "Marine Corporal James J. Jackowski Memorial Highway".
Amends §6, Chapter 557 of 2001. Relates to clarifying provisions pertaining to pre-need funeral services, in relation to the effectiveness thereof.
Adds §344-f, Highway Law. Designates a portion of the state highway system in the town of Islip, county of Suffolk, as the "Specialist Matthew E. Baylis Memorial Bridge."
Amends Part AAA §26, Chapter 59 of 2017. Relates to the effectiveness of the regulation of transportation network company services.
06/20/17 SIGNED with Press Release
Amends §§15, 13-b & 15-a, Domestic Relations Law. Increases the age of consent for purposes of marriage; prohibits marriages of minors under the age of seventeen years of age. NYLS Legislative History available!
04/20/17 signed chap.50
04/20/17 line veto memo.2
04/20/17 thru line veto memo.64
04/21/17 tabled line veto memo.2
04/21/17 thru line veto memo.64
Makes appropriations for the support of government - State Operations Budget.
04/20/17 SIGNED CHAP.51
Makes appropriations for the support of government - Legislature and Judiciary Budget.
04/20/17 signed chap.52
Makes appropriations for the support of government - State Debt Service Budget.
04/20/17 SIGNED CHAP.53
04/20/17 LINE VETO MEMO.65
04/20/17 THRU LINE VETO MEMO.136
Makes appropriations for the support of government - Aid to Localities Budget.
04/20/17 signed chap.54
04/20/17 line veto memo.137
04/20/17 thru line veto memo.155
04/21/17 tabled line veto memo.137
04/21/17 thru line veto memo.155
Makes appropriations for the support of government - Capital Projects Budget.
04/20/17 SIGNED CHAP.55
Amends §10 Chapter 339 of 1972, Amends §3 Chapter 886 of 1972, Amends §2 Chapter 887 of 1983, Amends §12 Chapter 907 of 1984, Amends §5 Chapter 505 of 1985, Amends §5 Chapter 554 of 1986, Amends §20 Chapter 261 of 1987, Amends §6 Chapter 713 of 1988, Amends §406 sub p Chapter 166 of 1991, Amends §427 Sub q Chapter 55 of 1992, Amends §427 sub aa Chapter 55 of 1992, Amends §3 Chapter 674 of 1993, Amends §2 of Chapter 689 of 1993, Amends §46 Chapter 60 of 1994, Amends §13 Chapter 141 of 1994, Amends §59 sub 2 Chapter 222 of 1994, Amends §74 sub d Chapter 3 of 1995, Amends §74 Sub h Chapter 3 of 1995, Amends §76 sub 6 para a Chapter 435 of 1997, Amends §4 Part D Chapter 412 of 1999, Amends §3 Chapter 428 of 1999, Amends §3 Chapter 152 of 2001, Amends §3 Chapter 688 of 2003, Amends §8 part H Chapter 56 of 2009, Amends §§1 and 2 Chapter 503 of 2009, Amends §49 sub c Chapter 62 of 2011, Amends §803-b sub 1 para c, Correction Law, Amends §10.40 sub 2, Criminal Procedure Law, Adds §§240 sub 3 para a-1, 252 sub 1-a, Domestic Relations Law, Renumbers §216 sub 2, Adds §§203-a, 216 sub 2, 631 sub 3-a, 631 sub 8-a, Amends §§621 sub 5, 631 sub 2, 631 sub 5, 631 sub 11, 631 sub 12, Executive Law, Adds §169, Amends §214, Family Court Act, Reletters §212 sub 2 para t, adds §212 sub 2 para t and t-1, Judiciary Law, Adds §169, Amends §214, Family Court Act, Amends §1603 para g, Not-for-Profit Corporation Law, Amends §99-a sub 3, State Finance Law, Amends §§227 sub 5, 1803 sub 1, 1809 sub 8, Vehicle and Traffic Law. Amends Various Laws, generally. Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state public protection and general government budget for the 2017-2018 state fiscal year; modifies to extend various criminal justice and public safety programs that would otherwise sunset (Part A); relates to the meaning of significant programmatic accomplishment (Part E); relates to the establishment of a hate crime task force (Part F); relates to expanding eligibility for awards to victims of certain crimes not resulting in physical injury (Part G); relates to the reimbursement for loss of savings of a vulnerable elderly person or an incompetent or physically disabled person (Part H); relates to additional duties of the commissioner of general services regarding flood related losses (Part I); extends the expiration, until June 30, 2019, of certain provisions of the public buildings law relating to value limitations on contracts (Part L); relates to the translation of orders of protection and temporary orders of protection (Part BB); relates to the operation and administration of the legislature (Part CC); relates to increasing the number of authorized land banks to 25 (Part DD); relates to real property tax exemption of certain properties located in the village of Spring Valley (Part EE); relates to the approval of demonstrations and tests for motor vehicles equipped with autonomous vehicle technology (Part FF); relates to allocation of three million dollars of assessments from the city of New York to the general fund (Part GG).
04/20/17 SIGNED CHAP.56
Amends §§3209, & 4405, Education Law; adds §532-f, amends §§420, & 532-a,-b,-c,-d, Executive Law generally, amends §§724, & 1012, Family Court Act, Housing Trust Fund Corporation, adds Article 29-I §2999-gg, & 460-h, amends §§131-o, 153, 153-k, 209, 412, 413, 424-a, & 447-a, Social Services Law; and amends Various Laws, generally. Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state education, labor, housing and family assistance budget for the 2017-2018 state fiscal year; relates to the education of homeless children (Part C); relates to extending funding for children and family services (Subpart A); and relates to restructuring financing for residential school placements (Subpart B); (Part K); relates to including child sex trafficking as child abuse (Part L); relates to increasing the age of youth eligible to be served in RHYA programs and to allow for additional length of stay for youth in residential programs (Part M); relates to the licensure of certain health-related services provided by authorized agencies including voluntary foster care agency health facilities (Part N); relates to increasing the standards of monthly need for aged, blind and disabled persons living in the community (Part P); relates to expanding inquiries of the statewide central register of child abuse and maltreatment and allowing additional reviews of criminal history information (Part Q); relates to utilizing the reserves of the mortgage insurance fund for various housing purposes (Part R); relates to establishing the savings plan demonstration (Part V).
04/20/17 SIGNED CHAP.57
Amends Civil Practice Law & Rules, generally; adds Titles 12 §§27-1201 to 27-1211 & Title 33 §§15-3301 to 15-3305, amends §3-0315, Environmental Conservation Law; adds §§1285-a, -t, -u, Public Authorities Law; adds §§280, 1112, 1113, & 1114, amends §2807-a, -b, -c, -d, -j, -l, -m, -p, -s -t, -v, 2808, 3614, & 3614-c, Public Health Law; amends §§364-j, 365-a, 365-f, 367-a, -b. -q, & 369-bb, Social Services Law, amends §11-b, Soil & Water Conservation Districts Law; amends §97-b, State Finance Law; and amends Various Laws, generally. Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state health and mental health budget for the 2017-2018 state fiscal year; relates to controlling drug costs; relates to the drug utilization review board; relates to Medicaid reimbursement of covered outpatient drugs; authorizes the suspension of a provider's Medicaid enrollment for inappropriate prescribing of opioids; relates to reducing Medicaid coverage and increasing copayments for non-prescription drugs to aligning pharmacy copayment requirements with federal regulations, and to adjusting consumer price index penalties for generic drugs (Part D); relates to fiscal intermediary certification under the consumer directed personal assistance program, reserved bed days and establishing a prospective per diem adjustment for certain nursing homes (Part E); relates to extending the Medicaid global cap (Part G); extends provisions of the New York Health Care Reform Act of 1996; relates to the distribution of pool allocations and graduate medical education innovations pool; extends provisions of chapter 600 of the laws of 1986 relating to the development of pilot reimbursement programs for ambulatory care services; extends provisions of chapter 520 of the laws of 1978 relating to providing for a comprehensive survey of health care financing, education and illness prevention and creating councils for the conduct thereof; relates to rates of payments for personal care services workers; relates to the comprehensive diagnostic and treatment centers indigent care program; extends provisions of chapter 62 of the laws of 2003, relating to the deposit of certain funds; amends chapter 266 of the laws of 1986, amending the civil practice law and rules and other laws relating to malpractice and professional misconduct, relating to apportioning premium for certain policies; amends part J of chapter 63 of the laws of 2001 amending chapter 266 of the laws of 1986, amending the civil practice law and rules and other laws relating to malpractice and professional misconduct, relates to extending certain provisions concerning the hospital excess liability pool; relates to the health care initiatives pool distributions; and relates to tobacco control and insurance initiatives pool distributions (Part H); extends certain provisions of law relating to health care (Part I); relates to emerging contaminant monitoring including certain physical, chemical, microbiological or radiological substances (Part M); relates to general hospital reimbursement for annual rates relating to the cap on local Medicaid expenditures, in relation to extending government rates for behavioral services and adding an alternative payment methodology; increasing Medicaid equivalent fees through ambulatory patient group methodology and adding an alternative payment methodology requirement (Part P); relates to providing funding to increase salaries and related fringe benefits to direct care workers, direct support professionals and clinical workers employed by not-for-profits funded by the office for people with developmental disabilities, the office of mental health and the office of alcoholism and substance abuse services (Part Q); relates to the drinking water quality council (Part R); relates to health homes and managed care programs; relates to pasteurized donor human milk and ovulation enhancing drugs; relates to home care worker wage parity; authorizes the commissioner of health to sell accounts receivables balances owed to the state by Medicaid providers to financial institutions (Part S); relates to the implementation of the "clean water infrastructure act of 2017" (Part T).
04/20/17 SIGNED CHAP.58
Amends §506, Agriculture & Markets Law; amends §3408 Civil Practice Law & Rules; amends §§19-0323, 27-1012, 33-0705, & 54-1101, Environmental Conservation Law; amends §918, Executive Law; amends Insurance Law; adds §179-a, amends §§176 & 179, Navigation Law; adds §16-aa, amends NYS Urban Development Corporation Act; adds §1005-d, amends §1261, Public Authorities Law; amends §17, Public Officers Law; amends §§441-b & 1304, Real Property Law; amends §92-s, State Finance Law; amends §§385, 491, 503, & 518, Vehicle & Traffic Law; and amends Various Laws, generally. Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state transportation, economic development and environmental conservation budget for the 2017-2018 state fiscal year; increases certain motor vehicle transaction fees (Part A); relates to divisible load permits; provides that after December thirty-first, two thousand sixteen, no more than twenty-seven thousand power units shall be issued annual permits by the department of motor vehicles for any twelve-month period (Part B); relates to compliance with new federal regulations (Part D); relates to reciprocal agreements concerning suspension or revocation of registration of a motor vehicle for violations of toll collection regulations (Part E); relates to the waiver of non-driver identification card fees for crime victims (Part H); relates to the reinstatement for non-residents (Part I); relates to extending certain provisions relating to the empire state economic development fund (Part M); extends the expiration of the authority of the urban development corporation to make certain loans until July 1, 2018 (Part N); extends until March 31, 2018, the expiration of provisions of the executive law permitting the secretary of state to provide special handling for all documents filed or issued by the division of corporations and permitting additional levels of such expedited service (Part Q); relates to streamlining the licensing process for real estate professionals (Part S); relates to local waterfront revitalization (Part T); relates to authorizing utility and cable television assessments to provide funds to the department of health from cable television assessments revenues and to the departments of agriculture and markets, environmental conservation, office of parks, recreation and historic preservation, and state from utility assessment revenues (Part V); relates to extending the effectiveness of the dormitory authority's authorization to enter into certain design and construction management agreements (Part W); relates to reverse mortgages (Part FF); relates to establishing the New York environmental protection and spill remediation account (Part HH); relates to environmental protection fund deposits and transfers; relates to the "Cleaner, Greener NY Act of 2013" (Part JJ); relates to sharing of employees, services and resources by the power authority, canal corporation and department of transportation (Part LL); authorizes the energy research and development authority to finance a portion of its research, development and demonstration, policy and planning, and Fuel NY programs, as well as the department of environmental conservation's climate change program and the department of agriculture and markets' Fuel NY program, from an assessment on gas and electric corporations (Part MM); relates to the effectiveness of the New York state health insurance continuation assistance demonstration project (Part NN); relates to increasing the number of sites authorized for growing and cultivating industrial hemp (Part OO); relates to the definition of transportation purpose (Part PP); relates to funding local government entities from the urban development corporation and to establishing the Indian Point closure task force to provide guidance and support to affected local municipalities and employees (Part RR); relates to pesticide registration timetables and fees (Part SS); relates to the life science initiatives program (Part TT); relates to retrofit technology for diesel-fueled vehicles (Part UU).
04/10/17 signed chap.59
Adds §§77, 78, & 500-p, amends §40, Correction law; amends §218-a, repeals §§308-a, -b, -c, -d, -e, -f, -g, -h, -k, l, -m, -n, -p, -q, -r, -s, -t, -u, -v, -w, -x, -y; & 722-e, County Law; adds §100.60, 160.59, & 410.90-a, Article 722, §§722.00 - 722.24, 725.05, amends §1.20, 60.25, 60.30, 60.45, 100.05, 100.10, 100.20, 100.30, 100.40, 120.55, 120.70, 120.90, 130.10, 130.30, 140.20, 140.27, 140.40, 180.75, 180.80, 190.80, 210.30, 255.10, 410.40, 510.15, 710.20, & 710.30, repeals §210.43, Criminal Procedure law; amends §§352, 353, 354, 355, 359, 433, 441, & 442, adds §100-a, repeals §438, Economic Development Law; amends §§211-d, 305, 355, 359, 667-d, 669-h, 2556, 2590-c, 2802, 2853, 2856, 3214, 3602, 3602-e, 3602-ee, 3609-a, 3612, 3641, 3651, 4101, 4119, 4402, 4410, & 6206, adds §§667-c, 679-h,-i, 2590-v, & 3037, Education Law; amends §§160-cc, 160-ff, 160-jj, 246, 296, 435, 503, 507-a, 508, 529, 529-b, 530, 832, 837, & 840, adds Article 4-B, §§56-58, & 259-p, Executive Law; amends §§301.2, 302.1, 304.1, 305.1, 305.2, 307.3, 311.1, 322.2, 325.1, 343.3, 343.4, 344.2, 350.3, 350.4, 351.1, 352.2, 353.5, 355.5, & 375.2, Family Court Act; amends §§103, 182, 189, 190-a, 195-d,-f,-g, 476, 479, 480, 481, 486, 490, & 491, General Municipal Law; amends §§3455, 3456, 5102, 5103, 5106, 2305, & 3425, Insurance Law; amends §25-a, adds 25-c, Labor Law; amends §§11-654.2, 11-1701, & 11-1715, NYC Administrative Code; NYS Urban Development Corporation Act generally; adds §60.10-a, amends §§30.00 70.00, & 70.20, Penal Law; amends §§365, 386-b, 1285-p, 1680, 1680-r, & 1689-i Public Authorities Law; amends §§2825-e, & 4403-f, Public Health Law; amends 153-k, Social Services Law; adds §§54-m, & 99-aa, amends §§57, 62, & 65, repeals §54-f, 58, 59, 60, & 81, State Finance Law; amends §§207, 212, 221, 238, 902, 1003, 1007, 1014, 1015, 1016, & 1018, Racing, Pari-Mutuel Wagering & Breeding Law, amends §§421-a, 425, 928-a, & 1306-a, Real Property Tax Law; amends §§501 & 517, Retirement & Social Security Law; amends §§24, 31, 43, 171-a, 186-f,-g, 208, 210-A,-B, 187-b, 601, 606, 615, 631, 632, 1101, 1105-c, 1111, 1115, 1118, 1304, 1612, 1701, & 1825, adds Article 29-B, §§1291 - 1298, & 1822, Tax Law; §§370, 600, & 601, Vehicle & Traffic Law; §§2, 11, 13-p, 14-a, 15, 18-a, 23, 25, 32, 35, 50, 137, & 151, Workers' Compensation Law; Various Laws, generally. Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state fiscal plan for the 2017-2018 state fiscal year; relates to the school tax reduction credit for residents of a city with a population of one million or more; repeals section 54-f of the state finance law relating thereto (Part C); relates to authorizing partial payments of property taxes (Part F); relates to the STAR personal income tax credit (Part G); relates to the applicability of the STAR credit to cooperative apartment corporations; and repeals certain provisions of the tax law relating thereto (Part H); relates to effectiveness of provisions relating to oil and gas charges (Part I); relates to the veterans' home assistance fund (Part J); relates to life sciences companies (Part K); relates to the employee training incentive program (Part L); relates to extending the empire state film production credit and empire state film post production credit for three years (Part M); relates to a program to provide tax incentives for employers employing at risk youth (Subpart A); relates to establishing the empire state apprenticeship tax credit program (Subpart B) (Part N); relates to extending the alternative fuels and electric vehicle recharging property credit for five years (Part O); relates to the investment tax credit (Part P); relates to the treatment of single member limited liability companies that are disregarded entities in determining eligibility for tax credits (Part Q); relates to extending the top personal income tax rate for two years; relates to the imposition of tax (Part R); relates to extending the high income charitable contribution deduction limitation (Part S); relates to increasing the child and dependent care tax credit (Part T); relates to the financial institution data match system for state tax collection purposes; (Part U); relates to serving an income execution with respect to individual tax debtors without filing a warrant (Part X); relates to the definition of New York source income (Part Z); relates to closing the nonresident partnership asset sale loophole (Part AA); relates to closing the existing tax loopholes for transactions between related entities under article 28 and pursuant to the authority of article 29 of the tax law (Part CC); relates to clarifying the imposition of sales tax on gas service or electric service of whatever nature (Part DD); relates to modifying the funding of and improving the operation of drug testing in horse racing (Part LL); relates to the powers and duties of the state bingo control commission; relates to bingo games (Part MM); relates to allowing for the reprivatization of NYRA (Part NN); relates to licenses for simulcast facilities, sums relating to track simulcast, simulcast of out-of state thoroughbred races, simulcasting of races run by out-of-state harness tracks and distributions of wagers; relates to simulcasting; extends certain provisions relating to simulcasting and the imposition of certain taxes; (Part OO); relates to vendor fees paid to vendor tracks (Part PP); relates to capital awards to vendor tracks (Part QQ); relates to the New York Jockey Injury Compensation Fund, Inc. (Part SS); relates to changing the calculation of STAR credit (Part TT); relates to the prepaid sales tax on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel under article 28 of the tax law (Part UU); relates to qualified financial instruments of RICS and REITS (Part VV); relates to exempting certain monuments from sales and use taxes (Part WW); relates to certain qualified entities (Part XX); relates to excelsior research and development tax credits (Part YY); relates to eligibility to participate in the excelsior jobs program (Part ZZ); relates to the regulation of transportation network company services; establishes the New York State TNC Accessibility Task Force and the New York state transportation network company review board; repeals certain provisions relating thereto (Part AAA); establishes the county-wide shared services property tax savings law (Part BBB); relates to the minority and women-owned business enterprise program (Part CCC); relates to the establishment of a tax credit for farm donations to food pantries (Part DDD); relates to the imposition of a surcharge on prepaid wireless communications service and repeals certain provisions of the county law relating thereto (Part EEE); relates to the health care facility transformation program (Part FFF); relates to managed long term care plans and demonstrations (Part GGG); relates to establishing the excelsior scholarship (Part HHH); relates to establishing enhanced tuition assistance program awards (Part III); relates to the NY-SUNY 2020 challenge grant program act; and relates to effectiveness of provisions establishing components of the NY-SUNY 2020 challenge grant program (Part JJJ); relates to a New York state part-time scholarship award program (Part KKK); requires the president of the higher education services corporation to report on options to make college more affordable for New York students (Part LLL); relates to establishing the New York state child welfare worker incentive scholarship program and the New York state child welfare worker loan forgiveness incentive program (Part MMM); relates to the schedule of compensation in the case of injury, and to appeals (Subpart A); relates to requiring the drafting of permanency impairment guidelines (Subpart B); relates to a comprehensive pharmacy benefit plan and prescription drug formulary (Subpart C); relates to penalties for failure to pay compensation (Subpart D); relates to assumption of workers' compensation liability policies (Subpart E); relating to effectiveness of certain provisions relating to rates for workers' compensation insurance and setting forth conditions for workers' compensation rate service organization; relates to workers' compensation rate service organizations (Subpart F); relates to requiring a study on independent medical examinations (Subpart G); relates to security for payment of compensation (Subpart H); relates to liability for compensation (Subpart I); relates to assessments for annual expenses; (Subpart J) (Part NNN); relates to allowing an additional New York itemized deduction for union dues not included in federal itemized deductions (Part OOO); relates to the establishment of the office of the inspector general of New York for transportation (Part PPP); authorizes the transfer of certain expenditures and disbursements; repeals a chapter of the laws of 2017 making appropriations for the support of government, as proposed in legislative bills numbers S.5492 and A.7068 (Part QQQ); extends provisions relating to the definition of an authorized entity that may utilize design-build contracts (Part RRR); relates to disability benefits for certain members of the New York city police pension fund (Part SSS); relates to the affordable New York housing program and repeals certain provisions relating thereto (Part TTT); relates to comprehensive economic development reporting; repeals section 438 of the economic development law (Part UUU); relates to statements of those accused of crimes and eyewitness identifications; enhances criminal investigations and prosecutions and promotes confidence in the criminal justice system of this state; relates to the implementation of a plan regarding indigent legal services (Part VVV); relates to proceedings against juvenile and adolescent offenders and the age of juvenile and adolescent offenders and repeals certain provisions of the criminal procedure law relating thereto (Part WWW); provides for the administration of certain funds and accounts related to the 2017-18 budget and authorizes certain payments and transfers; relates to the school tax relief fund and payments, transfers and deposits; relates to the deposit provisions of the tobacco settlement financing corporation act; relates to establishing the retiree health benefit trust fund; 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; relates to housing program bonds and notes; relates to the issuance of bonds; relates to the issuance of bonds by the dormitory authority; relates to issuance of bonds by the urban development corporation; relates to the issuance of bonds; relates to the state environmental infrastructure projects; relates to authorizing the urban development corporation to issue bonds to fund project costs for the implementation of a NY-CUNY challenge grant program and increasing the bonding limit for certain state and municipal facilities; relates to increasing the bonding limit for certain public protection facilities; relates to increasing the aggregate amount of bonds to be issued by the New York state urban development corporation; relates to financing of 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; repeals sections 58, 59 and 60 of the state finance law relating thereto; provides for the repeal of certain other related provisions (Part XXX); relates to contracts for excellence and the apportionment of public moneys; relates to requiring the commissioner of education to include certain information in the official score report of all students; relates to charter school tuition and facility aid for charter schools; relates to apportionment to the Haverstraw-Stony Point central school district; relates to penalties arising from late final cost reports; extends provisions relating to the provision of supplemental educational services, attendance at a safe public school and the suspension of pupils who bring a firearm to or possess a firearm at a school; relates to English language learner pupils; relates to the effectiveness of certain provisions relating to the implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001; relates to transportable classroom units; relates to the state's immunization program; relates to grants for hiring teachers; relates to foundation aid; relates to education of Native American pupils; relates to additional expanded prekindergarten; relates to conforming foundation aid base change to accommodate pulling out community schools; relates to establishing a foundation aid phase-in; relates to maintenance of effort reduction; relates to general aid for public schools; relates to state aid adjustments; relates to the teachers of tomorrow teacher recruitment and retention program; relates to class sizes for special classes containing certain students with disabilities; relates to the Hendrick Hudson reserve fund; relates to approved reimbursement for preschool integrated special class programs; relates to effectiveness of provisions relating to the universal pre-kindergarten program; amends provisions authorizing the Roosevelt union free school district to finance deficits by the issuance of serial bonds, in relation to certain apportionments; relates to contracts for the purchase of certain produce; relates to effectiveness of provisions relating to the lease of school buses by school districts; relates to effectiveness of provisions relating to state aid to school districts and the appropriation of funds for the support of government; amends provisions relating to funding a program for work force education conducted by the consortium for worker education in New York city, in relation to reimbursements for the 2017-2018 school year; amends provisions relating to funding a program for work force education conducted by the consortium for worker education in New York city, in relation to withholding a portion of employment preparation education aid and in relation to the effectiveness thereof; amends provisions relating to supplementary funding for dedicated programs for public school students in the East Ramapo central school district, in relation to reimbursement to such school district and in relation to the effectiveness thereof; amends provisions relating to conditional appointment of school district, charter school or BOCES employees, in relation to the effectiveness thereof; relates to school bus driver training; relates to special apportionment for salary expenses and public pension accruals; relates to suballocations of appropriations; relates to the city school district of the city of Rochester; relates to total foundation aid for the purpose of the development, maintenance or expansion of certain magnet schools or magnet school programs for the 2017-2018 school year; relates to support of public libraries; amends the effectiveness of certain provisions relating to the support of education; extends certain provisions relating to citizenship requirements for permanent certification as a teacher; relates to serving persons twenty-one years of age or older (Part YYY).
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