John L. Sampson's Legislation

You are viewing the most recently published bills sponsored by John L. Sampson.
S4978A-2013: Relates to establishing the YES annex youth organization pilot program in Brooklyn, Syracuse and Buffalo sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: CHILDREN AND FAMILIES | Search
Relates to establishing the "YES Annex youth organization pilot program" in Brooklyn, Syracuse and Buffalo. Read more...
S4265-2013: Prohibits missed appointment charges where physician's office receives notice of cancellation of appointment at least one hour before time; requires disclosure sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: HEALTH | Search
Prohibits the charging of a patient fee for a missed appointment where the physician's office receives notice of cancellation of the appointment at least one hour before the time of the appointment; requires advance disclosure of physician office policy respecting any charges for missed appointments. Read more...
S839-2013: Enacts the "2013 Fair Elections Act" sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: ELECTIONS | Search
Enacts the "2013 fair elections act"; relates to providing for optional partial public financing of certain election campaigns in this state; relates to identification of the source of certain political contributions. Read more...
S701-2013: Provides for free public transportation of senior citizens sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: TRANSPORTATION | Search
Provides free public transportation for senior citizens. Read more...
S702-2013: Creates the crime of aggravated criminal conduct sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: CODES | Search
Creates the class E felony of aggravated criminal conduct; provides that a person is guilty of aggravated criminal conduct when such person commits a class A misdemeanor and has been convicted of five or more qualifying misdemeanors or felony convictions within the preceding five years. Read more...
S703-2013: Prohibits banking organizations from issuing mail-loan checks without request or application therefor sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: BANKS | Search
Prohibits banking organizations from issuing mail-loan checks without request or application therefor; provides that failure to destroy or return a mail-loan check does not constitute an acceptance thereof; provides that mail-loan checks shall have the transaction fee and interest rate included on the check. Read more...
S704-2013: Establishes procedure for the suspension and revocation of license to carry and possess firearm if carrying while under the influence of alcohol or drugs sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: CODES | Search
Establishes procedure for the suspension and revocation of license to carry and possess a firearm if a person carries loaded firearm on person in a public place while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or if a person who is so charged refuses to submit to a chemical test to determine the alcohol or drug levels in blood; requires person to successfully complete an alcohol and drug rehabilitation program as a condition of the suspension. Read more...
S705-2013: Outlines criteria by which the commissioner of health shall appoint a director of the acquired immune deficiency syndrome institute sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: HEALTH | Search
Outlines criteria by which the commissioner of health shall appoint a director of the acquired immune deficiency syndrome institute. Read more...
S706-2013: Limits medical waste treatment facilities construction, prohibits issuance of permits to facilities, provides for annual review of permits issued to previously-existing facilities sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION | Search
Prohibits the establishment or conversion of medical waste treatment, storage, transfer or disposal facilities in any area of the state not zoned for such uses; prohibits the issuance of permits to such facilities; provides for the annual review of permits issued to previously-existing medical waste treatment, storage, transfer or disposal facilities located in areas not zoned for such use. Read more...
S700-2013: Establishes a rebuttable presumption relating to daily employment of unskilled or untrained workers sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: LABOR | Search
Provides a rebuttable presumption of criminal negligence when an employer or contractor hires a worker or laborer on a daily basis for a building construction project or construction job and requires such worker or laborer to perform tasks which such worker is not skilled or trained to perform. Read more...
S656-2013: Makes it unlawful for any commercial operator of a motor vehicle to transport loose substances in an open vehicle without proper restraints sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: TRANSPORTATION | Search
Makes it unlawful for any commercial operator of a motor vehicle to transport loose substances in an open vehicle without the use of a proper restraint mechanism, as approved by the commissioner of motor vehicles. Read more...
S657-2013: Relates to providing funding for transitional programs for students from English-speaking Caribbean countries sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: EDUCATION | Search
Relates to providing funding for transitional programs for students from English-speaking Caribbean countries who are not eligible for limited English proficiency programs. Read more...
S658-2013: Requires the taxi and limousine commission of the city of New York to develop procedures for requiring inspection stickers to be visible to the public sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: CITIES | Search
Requires the taxi and limousine commission of the city of New York to develop procedures for requiring inspection stickers to be visible to the general public and indicate the date for the next subsequent inspection date. Read more...
S659-2013: Relates to creating a hazard sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: CODES | Search
Provides that any person who shall abandon in a public place, any controlled substance or dangerous drug as defined in article 220 or 221 of the penal law, shall be guilty of creating a hazard. Read more...
S660-2013: Prohibits certain retaliatory personnel action by employers sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: LABOR | Search
Prohibits retaliatory personnel action by an employer against an employee who discloses or threatens to disclose an activity, policy or practice of the employer or a fellow employee that is in violation of law; removes requirement that such violation of law present a substantial and specific danger to public health or safety. Read more...
S661-2013: Provides that elementary and secondary school teachers may ride public transportation to and from school at no charge sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: EDUCATION | Search
Provides that elementary and secondary school teachers may ride public transportation to and from school at no charge; requires schools to provide identification cards. Read more...
S662-2013: Establishes additional requirements for firearm license: completion of a course in firearm safety, use, maintenance, relevant laws, and first aid sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: CODES | Search
Establishes additional requirements for firearm license including completion of a course in firearm safety, use, maintenance, relevant laws and first aid and upon approval by district attorney by a showing of extraordinary likelihood of need to defend oneself from imminent danger or death. Read more...
S652-2013: Adds medical and health insurance information within the definitions of identity theft sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: CODES | Search
Adds medical and health insurance information within the definitions of identity theft. Read more...
S653-2013: Conforms state law with federal law regarding imitation weapons and provides a private right of action for individual consumers sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: CONSUMER PROTECTION | Search
Conforms state law with federal law regarding imitation weapons; empowers the attorney general to enforce federal standards and provides a private right of action against retailers by individual consumers injured due to the sale of a non-conforming toy gun. Read more...
S654-2013: Expands scope of criminal mischief to include cases wherein a person intentionally damages property of another with intent to harass, annoy, or alarm sponsored by SAMPSON
Committee: CODES | Search
Expands scope of criminal mischief to include cases wherein a person intentionally damages property of another with intent to harass, annoy, or alarm; permits offenders to be prosecuted notwithstanding their own partial interest in the property; includes second through four degrees of criminal mischief within the scope of "family offenses." Read more...
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