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2019 Legislative Bulletins

 

 

2019 Legislative Bulletins

Legislative Bulletin: Approaching the Final 15 Days of Session

In this issue: state legislature approaches final 15 session days; assembly health committee meeting set for tuesday; prevailing wage update; LeadingAge New York submits housing testimony; LeadingAge NY represented on key workgroups; and will we see you in saratoga next week?

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2019 Legislative Bulletins

Legislative Bulletin: Assembly and Senate Housing Hearings Underway

In this issue: Assembly and Senate housing hearings underway; rally recap - Senior Housing NOW; Assembly Health Committee announces hearing on rural healthcare; TBI-DD bill moves on to Senate Finance Committee; with just 19 session days left, help build support for key priorities; and join LeadingAge NY at our upcoming Annual Conference & Exposition!

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Legislative Bulletin: Priority Legislation Moves as Lawmakers Return to Albany

In this issue: staffing ratios considered; TBI-DD integration bill moves in the Senate; seven weeks left of session; NYC hosts first Assembly rent regulation hearings; one week until Senior Housing NOW Rally; low-income housing tax credits year 15 and the right of first refusal; and Pelosi, Schumer and Trump push for major infrastructure deal. 

May 3rd, 2019

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Legislative Bulletin: Lawmakers Set to Begin Post-Budget Legislative Work

In this issue: legislature prepares for its return to session; LeadingAge New York brings its work to your district; Assembly Housing hearing schedule; and countdown to LeadingAge NY’s Annual Conference!

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Legislative Bulletin: Spring into Action! Connect with Lawmakers Over April Recess

In this issue: looking ahead to the remainder of 2019 session; Spring into Action! Connect with lawmakers over April recess; security deposit update; connecting with congress; HUD invests $50 million for new housing for the elderly; and join us for the Senior Housing NOW Rally in D.C.!

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Legislative Bulletin: Lawmakers Reach Final Budget Agreement

In this issue: lawmakers reach final budget agreement; spring into action; connecting with congress; join us for the Senior Housing NOW Rally in D.C.; and continue to advocate for prevailing wage exemptions.

April 5, 2019

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Legislative Bulletin: Days Away from the Final Budget Deadline

In this issue: days before the deadline, governor and legislature still finalizing budget agreement; have a capital project in the works? prevailing wage will increase costs; State Court of Appeals upholds 13-hour rule; Affordable Care Act under fire; LeadingAge, VNAA, and ElevatingHOME announce affiliation; and connecting with congress.

March 29,2019

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Legislative Bulletin: Final Stretch of Budget Advocacy

In this issue: all hands on deck for budget advocacy; case-mix cut still a threat; prevailing wage will increase costs of  capital projects; e-prescribing legislation passes in both Assembly and Senate; Trump budget proposes cuts to aging services; and national Leadership Summit and lobby day recap.

March 22, 2019

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Legislative Bulletin: Last Chance to Engage with Lawmakers on Key Budget Issues

In this issue: legislature releases one-house budget proposals; last chance to engage with lawmakers on key budget issues; E-prescribing legislation moves for consideration in the Senate; state executive reconsiders cuts to medicaid in light of federal budget proposals; resident assistance bill is reintroduced with new Senate sponsor; prevailing wage included in both one-houses; congressional hill visits are next week!

March 15, 2019

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Legislative Bulletin: One-House Budget Priorities Being Developed Now

In this issue: Comptroller Tom DiNapoli sets revenues for 2019-2020 state budget negotiations; “Some Cuts Never Heal”: A powerful, unified message from New York healthcare providers; Governor Cuomo issues proclamation for Careers in Aging Week; prevailing wage bill advances in Assembly; Advocacy Day recap; and last chance to engage with your lawmakers before one-house budgets are passed!

March 8, 2019

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