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S7736 has been delivered to Governor Kathy Hochul.

02/24/2022 6:34 PM | Anonymous
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S7736 has been delivered to Governor Kathy Hochul.

Senate Bill S7736

Amends the "Scott J. Beigel unfinished receiver act" relating to unserialized frames or receivers

Sponsor:

KAPLAN

Recent Actions:

  • Feb 7, 2022 - PASSED ASSEMBLY
  • Feb 7, 2022 - RETURNED TO SENATE
  • Feb 24, 2022 - DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR
    Review S7736 on NYSenate.gov
 

What this Means:

The Governor has 10 days (not including Sundays) to approve (“sign”) or reject (“veto”) bills passed by both houses. Signed bills become law; vetoed bills do not. However, if the governor failure to sign or veto a bill within the 10-day period, the bill automatically becomes law.

If a bill is delivered to the Governor when the Legislature is out of session (typically from late June until early January), the rules are a bit different. At such times, the Governor has 30 days (including Sundays) in which to make a decision. Failure to act has the same effect as a veto. Informally, this failure to act is often referred to as a “pocket veto.”

What Happens Next:

The committee may amend the bill to satisfy concerns of committee members, leave it as is, or refer it to another committee for further deliberation. The bill may be reported to the full Senate chamber for consideration if a majority share of the committee members support it. If a bill has not been addressed by the committee by the end of the two-year legislative term, the bill is said to have 'died in committee'.

What Can I Do?

You can reach out to Governor Kathy Hochul's office at the following link: https://www.governor.ny.gov/content/governor-contact-form. Additionally, all members of the Senate welcome legislative feedback from constituents at nysenate.gov. When you use the New York State Senate website to officially support or oppose this bill, your feedback will be shared directly with your senator.

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