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A09110 Summary:

SPONSORRules (Silver)
COSPNSRDestito, Tocci, Eddington, Farrell, Aubertine, Magnarelli, John, Lafayette, Towns, Canestrari,Perry, Abbate, Arroyo, Aubry, Benjamin, Bing, Boyland, Bradley, Brennan, Brodsky, Brown, Cahill,Carrozza, Christensen, Clark, Cohen A, Cohen M, Colton, Cook, Cusick, Cymbrowitz, DelMonte, DiazL, Diaz R, DiNapoli, Dinowitz, Englebright, Espaillat, Galef, Gantt, Gianaris, Glick, Gordon,Gottfried, Grannis, Green, Greene, Grodenchik, Gromack, Gunther, Heastie, Higgins, Hikind, Hooper,Hoyt, Jacobs, Karben, Kaufman, Klein, Koon, Lavelle, Lentol, Levy, Lifton, Lopez, Magee, Markey,Mayersohn, McDonald, McEneny, McLaughlin, Millman, Morelle, Nesbitt, Nolan, Norman, O'Donnell,Ortiz, Parment, Paulin, Peoples, Peralta, Pheffer, Powell, Pretlow, Ramos, Rivera J, Rivera P,Robinson, Sanders, Scarborough, Schimminger, Seddio, Seminerio, Sidikman, Smith, Stringer,Sweeney, Titus, Tokasz, Tonko, Weinstein, Weisenberg, Weprin, Wright
Rpld S11-0707 sub 5, En Con L; amd Various Laws, generally
Directs the commissioner of economic development to establish NY-USA Proud employer of distinction award program and Patriot Support and Discount Program for businesses and employers which support persons who are ordered to active duty in the military; establishes a merit scholarship program for persons engaged in military operations on or after September 11, 2001, and their dependents; includes such combat veterans in certain other scholarship programs; grants right to leave of absence to student in higher educational institutions who are ordered to active military duty; grants free hunting, fishing and trapping licenses to persons ordered to active military service; authorizes the governor to suspend application of laws, rules and regulations which cause undue hardship to persons ordered to active military service; prohibits discrimination against persons serving in active military service; directs local veterans agencies to assist the families of persons ordered into active military service; expands benefits and relief available under the New York state soldiers' and sailors' civil relief act; includes certified first responders within provisions providing for extension of certification during active military service; suspends obligation to repay loans from the state and local retirement systems during time a person is ordered to active military service; authorizes local governments to employ public retirement system retirees to fill in for activated employees, without diminution of retirement benefits.
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