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A06571 Summary:

BILL NOA06571
 
SAME ASSAME AS S03691-A
 
SPONSORGottfried (MS)
 
COSPNSRGunther, Millman, Clark, Jacobs, Peoples-Stokes, Rosenthal, Brindisi, Bronson, Colton, Benedetto, Camara, Jaffee, Magnarelli, Markey, Miller, Weprin, Rivera, Roberts, Ryan, Skartados, Sepulveda, Aubry, Otis, Skoufis, Steck, Mayer, Santabarbara, Zebrowski, Brook-Krasny, Mosley, Ortiz, Titus
 
MLTSPNSRAbbate, Abinanti, Arroyo, Brennan, Butler, Cahill, Ceretto, Cook, Crespo, Cusick, Cymbrowitz, Davila, Dinowitz, Englebright, Fahy, Farrell, Glick, Graf, Heastie, Hooper, Johns, Kearns, Kellner, Lavine, Lifton, Lupardo, Lupinacci, Magee, McDonough, McKevitt, Montesano, Nolan, Paulin, Perry, Pretlow, Ra, Ramos, Robinson, Russell, Saladino, Scarborough, Schimel, Simotas, Solages, Sweeney, Tedisco, Thiele, Titone, Weinstein, Weisenberg, Wright
 
Amd Pub Health L, generally
 
Enacts the "safe staffing for quality care act" to require acute care facilities and nursing homes to implement certain direct-care nurse to patient ratios in all nursing units; sets minimum staffing requirements; requires every such facility to submit a documented staffing plan to the department on an annual basis and upon application for an operating certificate; requires acute care facilities to maintain staffing records during all shifts; authorizes nurses to refuse work assignments if the assignment exceeds the nurse's abilities or if minimum staffing is not present; requires public access to documented staffing plans; imposes civil penalties for violations of such provisions; establishes private right of action for nurses discriminated against for refusing any illegal work assignment.
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