Today, the Adult Survivors Act (S.66/A.648), sponsored by Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Brad Hoylman and Assembly Member Linda B. Rosenthal, passed the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Today, the Adult Survivors Act (S.66/A.648), sponsored by Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Brad Hoylman and Assembly Member Linda B. Rosenthal passed the Senate Judiciary Committee.
In a resolute display of commitment to upholding justice and fortifying public trust.
Today, NYS Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris and State Senator Brad Hoylman-Sigal.
New York State Senator Brad Hoylman, Chair of the Senate Standing Committee on Judiciary, and Senator Brian Kavanagh, Chair of the Senate Standing Committee.
State Senators Brian Kavanagh, James Skoufis, and Kevin Thomas, the Chairs respectively of the Senate Committees on Housing, Investigations and Government Operations, and Consumer Protection.
Today, the New York Senate passed the Adult Survivors Act (ASA) (S.66/A.648), sponsored by Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Brad Hoylman and Assembly Member Linda B. Rosenthal.
The Senate Majority will advance a major policing reforms legislative package which includes the repeal of 50-a and other important bills to help implement real improvements to law enforcement efforts in New York.
Over the past week, hundreds of peaceful protesters in New York City have been violently attacked by law enforcement and denied their constitutional rights as they demonstrated in the name of racial justice.
In the past two days, the New York State Senate passed six pieces of legislation to begin to address the housing affordability crisis and other housing-related hardships brought on by COVID-19.
Today, Harlem Rep. Adriano Espaillat led a letter to reinstate a pathway to citizenship in the Build Back Better Act.
Senator Brad Hoylman (Manhattan-D/WFP), chair of the NY Senate Judiciary Committee, issued the following statement in response to the Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division.
Today, the Protect Our Courts Act (S.425A/A.2176A), legislation sponsored by Senator Brad Hoylman and Assemblymember Michaelle Solages, was signed into law by Governor Cuomo.
Mayor de Blasio today announced that residential evictions by marshals declined more than 40 percent since 2013 from Harlem to Hollis.
Today, State Senator Brad Hoylman (D/WF-Manhattan), chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and State Senator Luis R. Sepulveda (D-Bronx),