A06221 Summary:

BILL NOA06221
 
SAME ASSAME AS S04432
 
SPONSORGlick
 
COSPNSRTitus, Simotas, Heastie, Peoples-Stokes, Jaffee, Rosenthal, O'Donnell, Cahill, Solages, Russell, Morelle, Gottfried, Farrell, Abinanti, Arroyo, Aubry, Barrett, Barron, Bichotte, Blake, Braunstein, Brennan, Brindisi, Bronson, Cook, Cymbrowitz, Davila, DenDekker, Dinowitz, Englebright, Fahy, Galef, Gantt, Gunther, Hevesi, Hooper, Jean-Pierre, Kavanagh, Kim, Lavine, Lifton, Linares, Lupardo, Magnarelli, Markey, Mayer, Mosley, Moya, Nolan, Ortiz, Otis, Paulin, Perry, Pretlow, Quart, Robinson, Rozic, Schimel, Seawright, Sepulveda, Simon, Skartados, Skoufis, Steck, Thiele, Titone, Walker, Weinstein, Weprin, Woerner, Wright, Zebrowski, Duprey, Buchwald, Stirpe, Rodriguez, Pichardo, Dilan, Hunter, Hyndman, Harris
 
MLTSPNSR
 
Add Art 41 Title 6-A S4166, Pub Health L
 
Relates to access to reproductive services.
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A06221 Actions:

BILL NOA06221
 
03/17/2015referred to health
03/24/2015reported referred to codes
03/24/2015reported referred to rules
03/24/2015reported
03/24/2015rules report cal.9
03/24/2015ordered to third reading rules cal.9
03/25/2015passed assembly
03/25/2015delivered to senate
03/25/2015REFERRED TO HEALTH
01/06/2016DIED IN SENATE
01/06/2016RETURNED TO ASSEMBLY
01/06/2016ordered to third reading cal.239
06/07/2016passed assembly
06/07/2016delivered to senate
06/07/2016REFERRED TO HEALTH
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A06221 Committee Votes:

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A06221 Floor Votes:

DATE:03/25/2015Assembly Vote  YEA/NAY: 95/51
AbbateYCorwinNOGoodellNOLupardoYPaulinYSilverY
AbinantiYCrespoNOGottfriedYLupinacciNOPeoples-StokesYSimanowitzNO
ArroyoYCrouchYGrafNOMageeYPerryERSimonY
AubryYCurranNOGuntherYMagnarelliYPersaudYSimotasY
BarclayNOCusickERHawleyNOMalliotakisNOPichardoYSkartadosY
BarrettYCymbrowitzYHevesiYMarkeyYPretlowYSkoufisY
BarronYDavilaYHikindNOMayerYQuartYSolagesY
BenedettoYDenDekkerYHooperYMcDonaldYRaNOStecNO
BichotteYDilanYJaffeeYMcDonoughNORaiaNOSteckY
BlakeYDinowitzYJean-PierreYMcKevittNORamosYStirpeY
BlankenbushNODiPietroNOJohnsNOMcLaughlinNORiveraYTediscoNO
BorelliNODupreyYJoynerYMillerNORobertsYTenneyNO
BrabenecNOEnglebrightYKaminskyYMontesanoNORobinsonYThieleY
BraunsteinYFahyYKatzNOMorelleYRodriguezYTitoneY
BrennanYFarrellYKavanaghYMosleyYRosenthalYTitusY
BrindisiYFinchNOKearnsNOMoyaYRozicYWalkerY
BronsonYFitzpatrickNOKimYMurrayNORussellYWalterNO
Brook-KrasnyYFriendNOKolbNONojayNORyanYWeinsteinY
BuchwaldYGalefYLalorNONolanYSaladinoNOWeprinY
ButlerNOGanttYLavineYOaksNOSantabarbaraYWoernerY
CahillYGarbarinoNOLawrenceNOO'DonnellYScarboroughYWozniakNO
CerettoNOGiglioNOLentolYOrtizYSchimelYWrightY
ClarkERGjonajNOLiftonYOtisYSchimmingerNOZebrowskiY
ColtonNOGlickYLinaresYPalmesanoNOSeawrightYMr SpkrY
CookYGoldfederNOLopezNOPalumboNOSepulvedaY

DATE:06/07/2016Assembly Vote  YEA/NAY: 92/50
AbbateYCrespoNOGottfriedYLopezNOPalumboNOSimonY
AbinantiYCrouchYGrafNOLupardoYPaulinYSimotasY
ArroyoYCurranNOGuntherYLupinacciNOPeoples-StokesYSkartadosY
AubryYCusickNOHarrisYMageeYPerryYSkoufisY
BarclayNOCymbrowitzYHawleyNOMagnarelliYPichardoYSolagesY
BarrettYDavilaYHevesiYMalliotakisNOPretlowYStecNO
BarronYDenDekkerYHikindNOMarkeyYQuartYSteckY
BenedettoYDilanYHooperYMayerYRaNOStirpeY
BichotteYDinowitzYHunterYMcDonaldYRaiaNOTediscoNO
BlakeYDiPietroNOHyndmanYMcDonoughNORamosYTenneyNO
BlankenbushNODupreyYJaffeeYMcKevittNORichardsonYThieleY
BrabenecNOEnglebrightYJean-PierreYMcLaughlinNORiveraYTitoneY
BraunsteinYFahyYJohnsNOMillerNORobinsonYTitusY
BrennanERFarrellYJoynerYMontesanoNORodriguezYWalkerY
BrindisiYFinchNOKatzERMorelleYRosenthalYWalterNO
BronsonYFitzpatrickNOKavanaghYMosleyYRozicYWeinsteinY
BuchwaldYFriendNOKearnsNOMoyaYRussellYWeprinY
ButlerNOGalefYKimERMurrayNORyanYWilliamsY
CahillYGanttYKolbNONojayNOSaladinoNOWoernerY
CancelERGarbarinoNOLalorNONolanYSantabarbaraYWozniakNO
CastorinaNOGiglioNOLavineYOaksNOSchimelERWrightER
CerettoNOGjonajNOLawrenceNOO'DonnellYSchimmingerNOZebrowskiY
ColtonNOGlickYLentolYOrtizYSeawrightYMr SpkrY
CookYGoldfederYLiftonYOtisYSepulvedaY
CorwinNOGoodellNOLinaresYPalmesanoNOSimanowitzNO

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A06221 Memo:

NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY
MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF LEGISLATION
submitted in accordance with Assembly Rule III, Sec 1(f)
 
BILL NUMBER: A6221
 
SPONSOR: Glick (MS)
  TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the public health law, in relation to reproductive services   PURPOSE OR GENERAL IDEA OF BILL: Relates to access to reproductive services.   SUMMARY OF SPECIFIC PROVISIONS: Article 41 of the public health law is amended by adding a new title 6-A. § 4166 provides that the state shall not deny a woman's right to obtain an abortion as established by the United States Supreme Court in the decision Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973). § 2. Effective date.   JUSTIFICATION: This bill codifies the alignment of State law with existing federal law. In Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973), the United State Supreme Court ruled that the United States Constitution protects a woman's right to have an abortion prior to fetal viability or when necessary to protect the health and life of the woman. Although current State law does not have all of these protections, this has, in fact and in law, been the law in New York for over forty years; this proposal would not change or alter existing State and federal laws that permit a health care provider or institutions from refraining from providing an abortion for religious or moral beliefs. This bill would not expand the class of individuals who could perform abortions, nor would it alter the current long-standing criminal ban on partial birth abortion. The bill simply codifies the reproductive rights that women in New York have had since Roe.   LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: New Bill.   FISCAL IMPLICATIONS: None to the state.   EFFECTIVE DATE: This act shall take effect on the thirtieth day after it shall have become law.
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A06221 Text:



 
                STATE OF NEW YORK
        ________________________________________________________________________
 
                                          6221
 
                               2015-2016 Regular Sessions
 
                   IN ASSEMBLY
 
                                     March 17, 2015
                                       ___________
 
        Introduced  by  M. of A. GLICK, TITUS, SIMOTAS, HEASTIE, PEOPLES-STOKES,
          JAFFEE, ROSENTHAL, O'DONNELL, CAHILL, SOLAGES, RUSSELL, MORELLE, GOTT-
          FRIED, FARRELL, ABINANTI, ARROYO, AUBRY,  BARRETT,  BARRON,  BICHOTTE,
          BLAKE,  BRAUNSTEIN,  BRENNAN,  BRINDISI, BRONSON, BROOK-KRASNY, CLARK,
          COOK, CYMBROWITZ,  DAVILA,  DenDEKKER,  DINOWITZ,  ENGLEBRIGHT,  FAHY,
          GALEF,   GANTT,   GUNTHER,   HEVESI,  HOOPER,  JEAN-PIERRE,  KAMINSKY,
          KAVANAGH, KIM, LAVINE, LIFTON, LINARES, LUPARDO,  MAGNARELLI,  MARKEY,
          MAYER, MOSLEY, MOYA, NOLAN, ORTIZ, OTIS, PAULIN, PERRY, PERSAUD, PRET-
          LOW, QUART, ROBERTS, ROBINSON, ROZIC, SCARBOROUGH, SCHIMEL, SEAWRIGHT,
          SEPULVEDA,  SILVER,  SIMON, SKARTADOS, SKOUFIS, STECK, THIELE, TITONE,
          WALKER, WEINSTEIN, WEPRIN, WOERNER, WRIGHT, ZEBROWSKI -- read once and
          referred to the Committee on Health
 
        AN ACT to amend the public  health  law,  in  relation  to  reproductive
          services
 
          The  People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
        bly, do enact as follows:
 
     1    Section 1. Article 41 of the public health law is amended by adding  a
     2  new title 6-A to read as follows:
     3                                 TITLE VI-A
     4                            REPRODUCTIVE SERVICES
     5  Section 4166. Access to reproductive services.
     6    §  4166.  Access  to reproductive services. The state shall not deny a
     7  woman's right to obtain an abortion as established by the United  States
     8  Supreme  Court in the decision Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S.113 (1973). Notwith-
     9  standing any law to the contrary, New York protects a woman's  right  to
    10  terminate  a pregnancy within twenty-four weeks from commencement of her
    11  pregnancy, or when necessary to protect a  woman's  life  or  health  as
    12  determined by a licensed physician.
    13    Nothing in this section shall be construed to conflict with any appli-
    14  cable  state  or  federal  law  or  regulation  permitting a health care
 
         EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                              [ ] is old law to be omitted.
                                                                   LBD09920-01-5

        A. 6221                             2
 
     1  provider to refrain from providing abortions due to the provider's reli-
     2  gious or moral beliefs.
     3    Nothing in this section shall conflict with the partial birth abortion
     4  ban codified under 18 USC section 1531.
     5    No  prosecution or proceeding shall be brought or maintained under the
     6  penal law or otherwise for acts that are authorized or permitted  pursu-
     7  ant to this section or by  this chapter and the education law.
     8    Subdivisions  two  and  three  of  section  125.05, subdivision two of
     9  section 125.15, subdivision three of section 125.20 and sections 125.40,
    10  125.45, 125.50, 125.55 and 125.60 of the penal law are  hereby  repealed
    11  to the extent that they are inconsistent with this section.
    12    §  2.  This  act shall take effect on the thirtieth day after it shall
    13  have become a law.
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