A01905 Summary:

BILL NOA01905
 
SAME ASSAME AS S01086
 
SPONSORDinowitz
 
COSPNSRReyes, Otis
 
MLTSPNSR
 
Amd §22, Exec L
 
Relates to disaster preparedness.
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A01905 Actions:

BILL NOA01905
 
01/11/2021referred to governmental operations
01/05/2022referred to governmental operations
05/09/2022reported referred to rules
05/10/2022reported
05/10/2022rules report cal.101
05/10/2022ordered to third reading rules cal.101
05/11/2022passed assembly
05/11/2022delivered to senate
05/11/2022REFERRED TO VETERANS, HOMELAND SECURITY AND MILITARY AFFAIRS
05/25/2022SUBSTITUTED FOR S1086
05/25/20223RD READING CAL.1420
05/25/2022PASSED SENATE
05/25/2022RETURNED TO ASSEMBLY
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A01905 Committee Votes:

GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS Chair:Zebrowski DATE:05/09/2022AYE/NAY:14/0 Action: Favorable refer to committee Rules
ZebrowskiAyeLawlerAye
GalefAyeGoodellAye
GlickAyeLalorAye
KimAyeByrneAye
BichotteAye
HyndmanAye
WilliamsAye
EpsteinAye
WallaceAye
MeeksAye

RULES Chair:Gottfried DATE:05/10/2022AYE/NAY:29/0 Action: Favorable
HeastieExcusedBarclayAye
GottfriedAyeHawleyAye
NolanExcusedGiglioAye
WeinsteinAyeBlankenbushAye
PretlowAyeNorrisAye
CookAyeMontesanoAye
GlickAyeRaAye
AubryAyeBrabenecAye
EnglebrightAye
DinowitzAye
ColtonAye
MagnarelliAye
PaulinAye
Peoples-StokesAye
BenedettoAye
LavineAye
LupardoAye
ZebrowskiAye
ThieleAye
BraunsteinAye
DickensAye
DavilaAye
HyndmanAye

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A01905 Floor Votes:

DATE:05/11/2022Assembly Vote  YEA/NAY: 144/0
AbbateYClarkYFriendYKellesYOtisYSimpsonY
AbinantiYColtonYFrontusYKimYPalmesanoYSmithY
AndersonYConradYGalefYLalorYPaulinYSmullenY
AngelinoYCookYGallagherERLavineYPeoples-StokesYSolagesY
AshbyYCruzYGallahanYLawlerYPheffer AmatoYSteckY
AubryYCunninghamYGandolfoYLemondesYPretlowYSternY
BarclayYCusickYGibbsYLucasYQuartYStirpeY
BarnwellYCymbrowitzYGiglio JAYLunsfordYRaYTagueY
BarrettYDarlingYGiglio JMYLupardoYRajkumarYTannousisY
BenedettoYDavilaYGlickERMagnarelliYRamosYTapiaY
BichotteYDe Los SantosYGonzalez-RojasYMamdaniYReillyYTaylorY
BlankenbushYDeStefanoYGoodellYManktelowYReyesYThieleY
BrabenecYDickensERGottfriedYMcDonaldYRivera J YVanelY
BraunsteinYDilanERGriffinYMcDonoughYRivera JDYWalczykY
BronsonYDinowitzYGuntherYMcMahonYRosenthal D YWalkerY
Brown E YDiPietroYHawleyYMeeksYRosenthal L YWallaceY
Brown K YDursoYHevesiYMikulinYRozicYWalshY
BurdickYEichensteinYHunterYMillerYSalkaYWeinsteinY
BurgosYEnglebrightYHyndmanYMitaynesYSantabarbaraYWeprinY
BurkeYEpsteinYJacksonYMontesanoYSayeghYWilliamsY
ButtenschonYFahyYJacobsonYMorinelloYSchmittYWoernerY
ByrneYFallYJean-PierreYNiouYSeawrightYZebrowskiY
ByrnesYFernandezYJensenYNolanYSeptimoERZinermanY
CahillYFitzpatrickYJonesYNorrisYSillittiYMr. SpeakerY
CarrollYForrestYJoynerYO'DonnellYSimonY

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A01905 Memo:

NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY
MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF LEGISLATION
submitted in accordance with Assembly Rule III, Sec 1(f)
 
BILL NUMBER: A1905
 
SPONSOR: Dinowitz
  TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the executive law, in relation to state disaster preparedness plans   PURPOSE: This bill requires that the state disaster preparedness plan make provisions to ensure that medical supplies and medication can be deliv- ered to pharmacies, hospitals and nursing homes within an area declared to be experiencing a disaster.   SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS: Section one adds a new subparagraph to subdivision three of section 22 of the executive law by requiring that the state disaster preparedness plan consider how medical supplies and medication can be delivered to pharmacies and hospitals located within the an area declared to be expe- riencing a disaster emergency. Section two provides that this act shall take effect thirty days after becoming law.   JUSTIFICATION: Ensuring the continuation of medical care to those in need of medical services during a declared state of emergency is of upmost importance. Therefore, it is imperative that our state preparedness plan consider how medication and supplies can be efficiently delivered to hospitals and pharmacies during a declared state of emergency. During Hurricane Sandy the Port Authority closed the bridges to Long Island to all but emergency vehicles. In one instance, a medical deliv- ery company was forced to rent an ambulance in order to deliver their shipment of an uncommon drug to a hospitalized patient in dire straits. It took several hours to coordinate the delivery of this medication, despite requests for assistance from the State Police. All the while, the patient was at risk and without their needed medication. During the November 2014 blizzard in Buffalo, the upstate driving ban prevented even emergency deliveries to.area hospitals. Several health systems have report that during the three day driving ban, they had to cut off or significantly limit prescription therapy/dosages to patients. As a state, we need to do better to ensure that patients have access to the medication and supplies they rely on during declared emergencies. By requiring that the state preparedness plan consider and make arrange- ments to ensure that medication and supplies can be delivered to pharma- cies and hospitals during declared emergencies, we can be better prepared for the next disaster.   LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: 2020: A.2308 - Reported referred to rules/s.5853 - REFERRED TO VETERANS, HOMELAND SECURITY AND MILITARY AFFAIRS 2018: A.9652 - Passed Assembly/S.7590 - Reported to Finance 2017: A.1198 - Vetoed Memo 169/ S.5998- Vetoed Memo 169 2015-16: A.8562A - Vetoed Memo 241/S.6446 - Vetoed Memo 241   FISCAL IMPLICATIONS: None to the estate.   EFFECTIVE DATE: This act shall take effect 30 days after becoming law.
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A01905 Text:



 
                STATE OF NEW YORK
        ________________________________________________________________________
 
                                          1905
 
                               2021-2022 Regular Sessions
 
                   IN ASSEMBLY
 
                                    January 11, 2021
                                       ___________
 
        Introduced  by M. of A. DINOWITZ, REYES -- read once and referred to the
          Committee on Governmental Operations
 
        AN ACT to amend  the  executive  law,  in  relation  to  state  disaster
          preparedness plans
 
          The  People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
        bly, do enact as follows:

     1    Section 1. Subparagraphs 14, 15 and 16 of paragraph b of subdivision 3
     2  of section 22 of the executive law are renumbered subparagraphs 15,  16,
     3  and 17 and a new subparagraph 14 is added to read as follows:
     4    (14)  arrangements to ensure that medical supplies and medications can
     5  be delivered to pharmacies, hospitals and nursing homes  located  within
     6  the area declared to be experiencing a disaster emergency.
     7    §  2.  This  act shall take effect on the thirtieth day after it shall
     8  have become a law.
 
 
 
 
 
 
         EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                              [ ] is old law to be omitted.
                                                                   LBD03996-01-1
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