Hoylman Legislation To Translate State Agency Websites For-English Speakers Passes Committee

Today, the New York State Senate’s Internet and Technology Committee passed legislation sponsored by State Senator Brad Hoylman and Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou (S.4716-A/A.6215). Continue Reading →


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Senator Hoylman Announces Health Registry Legislation To Monitor “Long COVID”

Today, State Senator Brad Hoylman introduced new legislation to establish a voluntary New York COVID-19 Health Registry from Harlem to Hollis, Queens. Continue Reading →


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NY Senate Passes Hoylman Bill To Assist Older LGBTQ New Yorkers From Harlem To Hollis

Today, the New York State Senate passed legislation (S.78-A) sponsored by Senator Brad Hoylman (D/WF-Manhattan) that adds older LGBTQ New Yorkers and those living with HIV/AIDS. Continue Reading →


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Senate Majority Passes Legislation To Combat ‘Ghost Guns” From Harlem To Hollis

The Senate Democratic Majority today advanced legislation sponsored by Senators Brad Hoylman and Anna Kaplan to strengthen the penalties and regulation of unfinished receivers and guns without serial numbers, also known as “Ghost Guns.” Continue Reading →


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State Senate Passes Hoylman Bill To Repeal ‘Walking While Tans Ban’

Today, the New York State Senate passed S.1351, legislation sponsored by Senator Brad Hoylman (D/WFP-Manhattan) to repeal the outdated law that allows police to stop-and-frisk trans women of color Continue Reading →


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Senate Passes Hoylman Bill Allowing New Yorkers To Submit Absentee Ballots Via Secure Drop Boxes

Today, the NY State Senate passed legislation (S.492) that would allow local Boards of Elections to establish absentee ballot drop box locations from Harlem to the Hudson. Continue Reading →


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