Assemblywoman Amy Paulin Leads the Way in Getting Hannah's Law Passed
Jun 23, 2013
Albany – Hannah Devane’s life became a bit easier this week when the bill that bears her name was passed by both the New York State Assembly and Senate.
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin (D-88th District) spearheaded the effort to get “Hannah’s Law”...
Paulin Seeks to Give Consumers More Information about Ingredients in Generic Drugs
Jun 22, 2013
Scarsdale, N.Y – New Hampshire resident Karen Bartlett developed a debilitating skin disease after taking a generic drug for shoulder pain, prompting her to sue the pharmaceutical company that made the drug. Bartlett was awarded $21 million but the...
Legislature Passes 16 Paulin Bills
Jun 21, 2013
The New York State Assembly ended its session on Friday and I am pleased to announce that 16 of the bills that I introduced passed both the Assembly and the Senate and will, at some point, be sent to the governor to be signed into law.
Here are some...
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin Reports on Her 2011 Legislative Accomplishments
Oct 24, 2011
Assemblywoman Paulin (D-88) reports that the 2011 legislative session was for her one of the most successful.
Paulin’s commitment to good government led her to work again this session in a bipartisan and professional manner which proved to be a winning...
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin Marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Notes Legislation
Oct 24, 2011
During Domestic Violence Month, Assemblywoman Amy Paulin (D-88) encourages her constituents to learn about domestic violence, one of the most insidious crimes prevalent in our society.
Paulin’s passion for protecting the vulnerable is reflected...
Con Ed Repairs Planned for Scarsdale and New Rochelle Neighborhoods
Oct 24, 2011
Constituent concerns about the increasing number of electrical power outages they have endured over the past several months prompted Assemblywoman Paulin to ask Con Ed to find a permanent solution.
Con Ed agreed that the number of power outages had...
Paulin Holds News Conference on Medicaid Mandate Relief
Oct 12, 2011
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin hosted a news conference at the Westchester County Office Building in White Plains on Monday, October 3 to discuss her recently-introduced bill to reform county government Medicaid mandates. The legislation would, over time, shift...
Governor Cuomo Signs Bill Approving Lease of SUNY Purchase Land for Senior Housing, Learning
Aug 29, 2011
Governor Cuomo has signed A.340, a bill sponsored by Assemblywoman Amy Paulin (D-Scarsdale), allowing unused land on the SUNY Purchase campus to be leased to the non-profit Purchase College Advancement Corp., which will work with a developer for the construction...
Amy Paulin Listed Among Assembly’s Most Successful Bill Sponsors
Jul 20, 2011
The recently released Review of Legislative Action for New York’s 2011 session, prepared by the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG), has listed Amy Paulin of New York’s 88th Assembly District as one of the Assembly’s most successful...
Governor Signs Assemblywoman Paulin’s Bill Simplifying Polling Place Voter Redirection
Jul 20, 2011
Albany – Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill put forth by Assemblywoman Amy Paulin to simplify the task of assisting voters who have arrived at the wrong polling place. The bill amends an earlier law that required polling places to maintain countywide...
Assemblywoman Paulin Announces Passage of Bill to Keep Guns from Domestic Violence Abusers
Jun 20, 2011
Assemblywoman Paulin is pleased to announce that her bill (A.698- D) to bring New York into compliance with provisions of the federal Gun Control Act that prohibit persons convicted of misdemeanor crimes of domestic violence from purchasing or owning...
Assembly and Senate pass bill to allow SUNY Purchase to build senior learning center
Jun 16, 2011
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin (D, Scarsdale) is pleased to announce that both the Assembly and the Senate have passed bill A.340A which allows SUNY Purchase to lease a parcel of their land to develop a senior residential learning center operated by the Purchase...
Assemblywoman Paulin: Bill to Help Public Libraries has Passed the Assembly
Jun 16, 2011
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin is pleased to announce that her bill (A.113A) to enable more public libraries to utilize the state constructions grant program has passed the Assembly.
“Current matching requirements for construction grants are unnecessarily...
Assemblywoman Paulin: Assembly and Senate Pass Sweeping Ethics Legislation
Jun 14, 2011
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin (D, Scarsdale) in excited to announce that both the Assembly and the Senate passed sweeping ethics legislation on June 13th, 2011 (A.8031).
“I have fought for greater government transparency throughout my entire career and...
Bill Passes Assembly to Improve Response to Reports of Abuse Against Vulnerable Adults
Jun 1, 2011
As the newly appointed Chair of the Assembly Committee on Children and Families, Assemblywoman Amy Paulin (D, Scarsdale) is pleased to announce that her bill (A.7633) to allow Adult Protective Services (APS) to view records from Child Protective Services...
Assemblywoman Paulin Announces Construction Grant Awards to Scarsdale and Pelham
May 11, 2011
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin (D- Scarsdale) announced that the Town of Pelham Public Library and the Scarsdale Public Library have been awarded $12,847 and $111,280, respectively, in public library construction grant funds. In Pelham, the funds will be used...
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin Insists on Accountability from the MTA
May 3, 2011
Assemblywoman Paulin continues to push for accountability from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) for the delays experienced on the Metro-North New Haven line this winter.
After urging from Paulin, the Assembly Standing Committee on Corporations,...
Bill Sponsored by Assemblywoman Paulin to Protect Survivors of Domestic Violence Passed the Assembly
Mar 24, 2011
A bill introduced by Assemblywoman Amy Paulin (D-Scarsdale) will increase the length of time a victim is protected by a final order of protection. The bill passed the Assembly on Wednesday.
Under current law, victims are issued temporary orders of...
Assemblywoman Paulin’s Bill to Protect Consumers from Fraud Passes the Assembly
Mar 23, 2011
The Assembly voted to pass Assemblywoman Amy Paulin’s (D-Scarsdale) anti-spoofing bill on Monday, March 23rd. Spoofing occurs when a caller alters their caller identification information to hide their true identity. This practice is most commonly employed...
Assemblywoman Paulin’s Bill to Increase Government Transparency Passes the Assembly
Mar 15, 2011
Assemblywoman Paulin’s bill (A72-A), which requires certain records to be made available before public hearings, passed the Assembly on Monday, March 14, 2011.
The bill requires that public bodies covered by the Open Meetings Law make records available...