senate Bill S1407

Signed By Governor
2009-2010 Legislative Session

Extends the effectiveness of provisions of the civil service law relating to injunctive relief in improper practice cases

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  • Introduced
  • In Committee
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    • Passed Assembly
  • Delivered to Governor
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Senate Actions - UPPERCASE
May 12, 2009 signed chap.29
Apr 30, 2009 delivered to governor
Mar 02, 2009 returned to senate
passed assembly
ordered to third reading cal.150
substituted for a3427
referred to governmental employees
delivered to assembly
passed senate
Feb 23, 2009 advanced to third reading
Feb 11, 2009 2nd report cal.
Feb 10, 2009 1st report cal.31
Jan 29, 2009 referred to civil service and pensions

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S1407 - Bill Details

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A3427
Law Section:
Civil Service

S1407 - Bill Texts

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BILL NUMBER: S1407

TITLE OF BILL :
An act to amend chapter 695 of the laws of 1994 amending the civil
service law relating to injunctive relief in improper practice cases,
in relation to extending the effectiveness of provisions contained
therein


PURPOSE OR GENERAL IDEA OF BILL :
This bill intends to continue to provide for an expedited method to
resolve improper labor practice issues.

SUMMARY OF SPECIFIC PROVISIONS :
This bill would extend the provisions relating to injunctive relief
from June 30, 2009 to June 30, 2011.

EFFECTS OF PRESENT LAW WHICH THIS BILL WOULD ALTER :
This bill would extend the applicability of injunctive relief in
public employment improper practice cases for two years.

JUSTIFICATION :
Injunctive relief was enacted in 1994 to provide an expedited method
to resolve improper practice cases in the public sector where there
was deemed to be immediate and irreparable harm. Since it took effect
in 1995, it has enabled labor and management to resolve numerous
issues. It is, therefore, appropriate that this law be extended.

PRIOR LEGISLATIVE HISTORY :

Chapter 172 of the Laws of 1997

Chapter 108 of the Laws of 1999

Chapter 46 of the Laws of 2001

Chapter 90 of the laws of 2003

Chapter 29 of the laws of 2005

Chapter 11 of the laws of 2007

FISCAL IMPLICATIONS FOR STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS :
None.

EFFECTIVE DATE :
Immediate.
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