Phil Boyle's Legislation

You are viewing the most recently published bills sponsored by Phil Boyle.
S5027-2015: Relates to training and continuing education requirements for home inspector licensing sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: JUDICIARY | Search
Relates to training and continuing education requirements for home inspector licensing and requires the secretary to establish rules and regulations pertaining to the number and manner of hours of required training or continuing education needed to obtain a license or license renewal. Read more...
S5007-2015: Extends the authority of the department of environmental conservation to manage winter flounder sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION | Search
Extends the authority of the department of environmental conservation to manage winter flounder. Read more...
S5004-2015: Extends provisions relating to the taking of fish, shellfish, and crustacea in special management areas sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION | Search
Extends provisions relating to the taking of fish, shellfish, and crustacean in special management areas. Read more...
S5005-2015: In relation to extending the authority of the department of environmental conservation to manage lobsters sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION | Search
Relates to extending the authority of the department of environmental conservation to manage lobsters until December 31, 2018. Read more...
S5006-2015: Extends the authority of the department of environmental conservation to manage sharks sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION | Search
Extends the authority of the department of environmental conservation to manage sharks. Read more...
S5002-2015: Relates to extending the authority of the department of environmental conservation to manage Atlantic cod sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION | Search
Relates to extending the authority of the department of environmental conservation to manage Atlantic cod. Read more...
S4950-2015: Establishes competitive paperwork reduction project grants sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: FINANCE | Search
Establishes competitive paperwork reduction project grants; provides that such grants may be included for calculations of government efficiency plans. Read more...
S3998A-2015: Relates to the sale of certain diagnostic and repair information systems sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: CONSUMER PROTECTION | Search
Requires manufacturers of digital electronic parts to offer for sale diagnostic and repair information in the same manner as such manufacturer provides such diagnostic and repair information to such manufacturer's repair channel; section does not apply to motor vehicles. Read more...
S1628A-2015: Makes veterans organizations eligible for monies appropriated to the state and municipal facilities program for the payment of capital costs sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: VETERANS, HOMELAND SECURITY AND MILITARY AFFAIRS | Search
Makes veterans organizations eligible for monies appropriated to the state and municipal facilities program for the payment of capital costs. Read more...
S4576-2015: Establishes a tax credit for the adoption of a dog or cat sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: INVESTIGATIONS AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS | Search
Establishes a tax credit for the adoption of a dog or cat; establishes a $100 credit for a maximum of three dogs or cats per taxable year. Read more...
S4577-2015: Creates a tax exemption for owner occupied residential property in municipalities affected by Superstorm Sandy sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: LOCAL GOVERNMENT | Search
Creates a tax exemption for owner occupied residential property in municipalities affected by Superstorm Sandy; exempts such buildings from 100 per centum of the increase in assessed value attributable to reconstruction, less 12 1/2 percentum, and less an additional 12 1/2 percentum for each year for an additional 7 years. Read more...
S59A-2015: Confinement of certain animals for food producing purposes sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: AGRICULTURE | Search
Pertains to confinement of certain animals for food producing purposes; prohibits any person to tether or confine any pig during pregnancy or calf raised for veal for all or the majority of any day in a manner that prevents such animal from lying down, standing up and fully extending its limbs and turning around freely; establishes that commission of such crime shall constitute a class A misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment for a period not to exceed one year and/or fine not to exceed $1,000. Read more...
S4449-2015: Authorizes the provision of free spaying and neutering services in lieu of self-instructional course work for continuing education requirements for veterinarians sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: HIGHER EDUCATION | Search
Authorizes the provision of free spaying and neutering services in lieu of self-instructional course work for continuing education requirements for veterinarians with services provided in the office of a licensed veterinarian. Read more...
S4446-2015: Limits the authority of the state liquor authority to penalize licensees based on perceived violations of the laws of other states, unless certain conditions are met sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: INVESTIGATIONS AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS | Search
Limits the authority of the state liquor authority to penalize licensees based on perceived violations of the laws of other states, unless the conduct in question amounts to an independent violation of the alcoholic beverage control law or has resulted in a criminal conviction in another state. Read more...
S4401-2015: Relates to a certain agreement for a payment in lieu of taxes with respect to a lessee that is a qualified empire zone enterprise of certain real property sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: INVESTIGATIONS AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS | Search
Relates to a certain agreement for a payment in lieu of taxes with respect to a lessee that is a qualified empire zone enterprise of certain real property. Read more...
S4262-2015: Provides that a school bond resolution or capital note resolution vote shall take place in conjunction with the school budget vote sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: EDUCATION | Search
Provides that a school bond resolution or capital note resolution vote shall take place in conjunction with the school budget vote; provides that school bond resolutions or capital note resolutions shall not be submitted for a vote more than twice. Read more...
S4245-2015: Permits the sealing of records of certain nonviolent misdemeanor or non-sexual misdemeanor criminal offenses sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: CODES | Search
Establishes the second chance for ex-offenders act; permits the sealing of records of certain nonviolent misdemeanor or non-sexual misdemeanor criminal offenses; defines the term "eligible offense"; excludes certain misdemeanor offenses as eligible offenses for the purposes of conditional sealing; lists certain eligibility requirements for sealing. Read more...
S4106-2015: Relates to unilateral pricing policies or agreements for contact lenses sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: CONSUMER PROTECTION | Search
Prohibits contact lenses manufacturers from setting unilateral pricing policies or agreements for contact lenses; states that court may issue an injunction following application by the attorney general. Read more...
S4102-2015: Relates to regulation of toxic chemicals in children's products sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION | Search
Relates to regulation of toxic chemicals in children's products; establishes the interstate chemical clearinghouse. Read more...
S3999-2015: Confinement of animals for food producing purposes sponsored by BOYLE
Committee: AGRICULTURE | Search
Pertains to confinement of animals for food producing purposes; prohibits any person to tether or confine any pig during pregnancy, calf raised for veal, or egg-laying hen who is kept on a farm for all or the majority of any day in a manner that prevents such animal from lying down, standing up and fully extending its limbs and turning around freely; establishes that commission of such crime shall constitute a class A misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment for a period not to exceed one year and/or fine not to exceed $1,000. Read more...
You are viewing the most recently published bills sponsored by Phil Boyle.