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CHAPTER 32
Legislative
LEGISLATIVE LAW

Laws 1909, Chap. 37
AN ACT in relation to legislation, constituting chapter thirty-two of

the consolidated laws.
Became a law February 17, 1909, with the approval of the Governor.

Passed, three-fifths being present.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and
Assembly, do enact as follows:

CHAPTER 32 OF THE CONSOLIDATED LAWS

LEGISLATIVE LAW
Article 1. Short title (§ 1).

1-A. Lobbying act (§§ 1-a--1-v).

2. Members, officers and employees of the legislature

(§§ 2-33).

2-A. Procedure for convening extraordinary sessions of the

legislature by petition (§§ 34-39).

3. The enactment and publication of laws (§§ 40--54-a).

3-A. Requests from local governments for enactment of special

laws (§§ 55-56).

4. Legislative committees; testimony in legislative

proceedings (§§ 60-67).

4-A. Law revision commission (§§ 70-72).

5. Legislative ethics (§ 80).

5-A. Legislative commissions (§§ 82-83-m).

5-B. Legislative review of administrative regulations

(§§ 86-88).

6. Internal control responsibilities of the state

legislature (§§ 89-92).

6-A. Redistricting of congressional and state legislative

districts (§§ 93-94).

7. Laws repealed; when to take effect (§§ 100-101).