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           S. 3562                                                  A. 7144    
                                                                               
                              2001-2002 Regular Sessions                       
                                                                               
                             S E N A T E - A S S E M B L Y                     
                                                                               
                                    March 14, 2001                             
                                      ___________                              
                                                                               
       IN SENATE -- Introduced by Sens. SEWARD, JOHNSON, RATH -- read twice and
         ordered  printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on
         Higher Education                                                      
                                                                               
       IN ASSEMBLY -- Introduced by M. of A. COLMAN -- read once  and  referred
         to the Committee on Higher Education                                  
                                                                               
       AN  ACT  to amend the education law, in relation to creating the profes-
         sion of medical physics                                               
                                                                               
         THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND  ASSEM-
       BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:                                               
                                                                               
    1    Section 1. The education law is amended by adding a new article 166 to
    2  read as follows:                                                        
    3                                 ARTICLE 166                              
    4                          MEDICAL PHYSICS PRACTICE                        
    5  SECTION 8700. INTRODUCTION.                                             
    6          8701. DEFINITIONS.                                              
    7          8702. DEFINITION OF "PRACTICE OF MEDICAL PHYSICS".              
    8          8703. USE OF THE TITLE "PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL PHYSICIST".        
    9          8704. STATE COMMITTEE FOR MEDICAL PHYSICS.                      
   10          8705. REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES FOR PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE.   
   11          8706. LIMITED PERMITS.                                          
   12          8707. EXEMPTIONS.                                               
   13          8708. LICENSURE WITHOUT EXAMINATION.                            
   14          8709. SEPARABILITY.                                             
   15    S  8700.  INTRODUCTION.  THIS  ARTICLE  APPLIES  TO  THE PROFESSION OF
   16  MEDICAL PHYSICS. THE GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR ALL PROFESSIONS CONTAINED IN
   17  ARTICLE ONE HUNDRED THIRTY OF THIS TITLE APPLY TO THIS ARTICLE.         
   18    S 8701. DEFINITIONS. AS USED IN THIS ARTICLE:                         
   19    1. "CLINICAL" SHALL MEAN ACTIVITIES DIRECTLY RELATING TO THE TREATMENT
   20  OR DIAGNOSIS OF HUMAN AILMENTS.                                         
                                                                               
        EXPLANATION--Matter in ITALICS (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                             { } is old law to be omitted.                     
                                                                  LBD09601-01-1
                                                                               
       S. 3562                             2                            A. 7144
                                                                               
    1    2.  "SPECIALTY" OR "SPECIALTY AREA" SHALL MEAN THE FOLLOWING BRANCH OR
    2  BRANCHES OF SPECIAL COMPETENCE WITHIN MEDICAL PHYSICS:                  
    3    (A) "DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGICAL PHYSICS" SHALL MEAN THE BRANCH OF MEDICAL
    4  PHYSICS  RELATING TO THE DIAGNOSTIC APPLICATION OF RADIATION, THE ANALY-
    5  SIS AND INTERPRETATION OF IMAGE QUALITY,  PERFORMANCE  MEASUREMENTS  AND
    6  THE  CALIBRATION  OF EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THE PRODUCTION AND USE OF
    7  SUCH RADIATION, THE ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF MEASUREMENTS  ASSOCI-
    8  ATED  WITH PATIENT DOSES AND EXPOSURES, AND THE RADIATION SAFETY ASPECTS
    9  ASSOCIATED WITH THE PRODUCTION AND USE OF SUCH RADIATION;               
   10    (B) "MEDICAL HEALTH PHYSICS" SHALL MEAN THE BRANCH OF MEDICAL  PHYSICS
   11  PERTAINING  TO  THE RADIATION SAFETY ASPECTS OF THE USE OF RADIATION FOR
   12  BOTH DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PURPOSES, AND THE USE  OF  EQUIPMENT  TO
   13  PERFORM APPROPRIATE RADIATION MEASUREMENTS;                             
   14    (C) "MEDICAL NUCLEAR PHYSICS" SHALL MEAN THE BRANCH OF MEDICAL PHYSICS
   15  PERTAINING  TO  THE  THERAPEUTIC  AND DIAGNOSTIC APPLICATION OF RADIONU-
   16  CLIDES, EXCLUDING THOSE USED IN SEALED SOURCES FOR THERAPEUTIC PURPOSES,
   17  THE ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF PERFORMANCE  MEASUREMENTS  ASSOCIATED
   18  WITH  RADIATION  IMAGING EQUIPMENT AND PERFORMANCE OVERSIGHT OF RADIONU-
   19  CLIDE CALIBRATION EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE  AND  PRODUCTION  OF
   20  RADIONUCLIDES,  THE  ANALYSIS  AND  INTERPRETATION  OF  MEASUREMENTS AND
   21  CALCULATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH PATIENT  ORGAN  DOSES,  AND  THE  RADIATION
   22  SAFETY  ASPECTS  ASSOCIATED WITH THE PRODUCTION AND USE OF SUCH RADIONU-
   23  CLIDES; AND                                                             
   24    (D) "THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGICAL PHYSICS" OR "RADIATION ONCOLOGY PHYSICS"
   25  SHALL MEAN THE BRANCH OF MEDICAL PHYSICS  RELATING  TO  THE  THERAPEUTIC
   26  APPLICATION  OF  RADIATION, THE ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF RADIATION
   27  EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS  AND  THE  CALIBRATION  OF  EQUIPMENT
   28  ASSOCIATED  WITH  THE PRODUCTION AND USE OF SUCH RADIATION, THE ANALYSIS
   29  AND INTERPRETATION OF MEASUREMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH  PATIENT  DOSES,  AND
   30  THE  RADIATION  SAFETY ASPECTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PRODUCTION AND USE OF
   31  SUCH RADIATION.                                                         
   32    3. "MEDICAL PHYSICS" SHALL MEAN THE BRANCH OF PHYSICS LIMITED  TO  THE
   33  FIELD OF RADIOLOGICAL PHYSICS.                                          
   34    4.  "RADIATION"  SHALL  MEAN  ALL  IONIZING RADIATION ABOVE BACKGROUND
   35  LEVELS OR ANY NON-IONIZING RADIATION USED IN DIAGNOSTIC  IMAGING  OR  IN
   36  RADIATION ONCOLOGY.                                                     
   37    5.  "RADIOLOGICAL PHYSICS" SHALL MEAN DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGICAL PHYSICS,
   38  THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGICAL PHYSICS OR RADIATION ONCOLOGY PHYSICS,  MEDICAL
   39  NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND MEDICAL HEALTH PHYSICS.                             
   40    6.  "RADIOLOGICAL  PROCEDURE" SHALL MEAN ANY TEST, MEASUREMENT, CALCU-
   41  LATION OR RADIATION EXPOSURE FOR THE PURPOSE OF DIAGNOSIS  OR  TREATMENT
   42  OF  ANY  MEDICAL  CONDITION OF A HUMAN, INCLUDING THERAPEUTIC RADIATION,
   43  DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING AND MEASUREMENTS, AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE PROCEDURES.   
   44    S 8702. DEFINITION OF "PRACTICE OF MEDICAL PHYSICS". 1. THE  "PRACTICE
   45  OF THE PROFESSION OF MEDICAL PHYSICS" SHALL MEAN THE USE AND APPLICATION
   46  OF ACCEPTED PRINCIPLES AND PROTOCOLS OF PHYSICS IN A CLINICAL SETTING TO
   47  ASSURE  THE  CORRECT QUALITY, QUANTITY AND PLACEMENT OF RADIATION DURING
   48  THE PERFORMANCE OF A  RADIOLOGICAL  PROCEDURE,  SO  AS  TO  PROTECT  THE
   49  PATIENT  AND  OTHER  PERSONS FROM HARMFUL, EXCESSIVE OR MISAPPLIED RADI-
   50  ATION. SUCH PRACTICE SHALL INCLUDE, BUT NOT NECESSARILY BE  LIMITED  TO:
   51  RADIATION BEAM CALIBRATION AND CHARACTERIZATION; OVERSIGHT AND RESPONSI-
   52  BILITY  FOR  PATIENT RADIATION DOSE MEASUREMENT, CALCULATION AND REPORT-
   53  ING; OVERSIGHT AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR QUALITY CONTROL; INSTRUMENT  SPEC-
   54  IFICATION;  OPTIMIZATION OF IMAGE QUALITY; ACCEPTANCE TESTING; SHIELDING
   55  DESIGN;  PROTECTION  ANALYSIS  ON  RADIATION  EMITTING   EQUIPMENT   AND
                                                                               
       S. 3562                             3                            A. 7144
                                                                               
    1  RADIO-PHARMACEUTICALS; AND CONSULTATION WITH A PHYSICIAN TO ASSURE ACCU-
    2  RATE RADIATION DOSAGE AND APPLICATION TO A SPECIFIC PATIENT.            
    3    2.  A LICENSE TO PRACTICE MEDICAL PHYSICS SHALL BE ISSUED WITH SPECIAL
    4  COMPETENCY IN ONE OR MORE SPECIALTY AREAS  IN  WHICH  THE  LICENSEE  HAS
    5  SATISFIED  THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION EIGHTY-SEVEN HUNDRED FIVE OF THIS
    6  ARTICLE.                                                                
    7    3. THE PRACTICE IN ANY SPECIALTY BY A  PERSON  WHOSE  LICENSE  IS  NOT
    8  ISSUED  WITH  SPECIAL  COMPETENCY FOR SUCH SPECIALTY SHALL BE DEEMED THE
    9  UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE OF THE PROFESSION OF MEDICAL PHYSICS.             
   10    4. ONLY A PERSON  LICENSED  UNDER  THIS  ARTICLE  SHALL  PRACTICE  THE
   11  PROFESSION OF MEDICAL PHYSICS.                                          
   12    S  8703.  USE  OF  THE  TITLE "PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL PHYSICIST". ONLY A
   13  PERSON LICENSED UNDER THIS ARTICLE SHALL  USE  THE  TITLE  "PROFESSIONAL
   14  MEDICAL PHYSICIST".                                                     
   15    S  8704. STATE COMMITTEE FOR MEDICAL PHYSICS. 1. A STATE COMMITTEE FOR
   16  MEDICAL PHYSICS SHALL BE APPOINTED BY THE  BOARD  OF  REGENTS  UPON  THE
   17  RECOMMENDATION OF THE COMMISSIONER AND SHALL ASSIST ON MATTERS OF LICEN-
   18  SURE  AND  PROFESSIONAL  CONDUCT  IN  ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION SIXTY-FIVE
   19  HUNDRED EIGHT OF THIS TITLE.  NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF  SECTION
   20  SIXTY-FIVE  HUNDRED  EIGHT OF THIS TITLE, THE COMMITTEE SHALL ASSIST THE
   21  BOARD FOR MEDICINE SOLELY IN MEDICAL PHYSICS MATTERS, WHICH BOARD  SHALL
   22  ALSO  FUNCTION  AS  THE  STATE BOARD FOR MEDICAL PHYSICS.  THE LICENSURE
   23  REQUIREMENTS FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL PHYSICISTS SHALL BE WAIVED FOR THE
   24  INITIAL COMMITTEE APPOINTEES, PROVIDED THAT SUCH APPOINTEES  SHALL  HAVE
   25  RECEIVED NATIONAL CERTIFICATION IN THEIR SPECIALTY.                     
   26    2. THE COMMITTEE SHALL CONSIST OF EIGHT INDIVIDUALS, TO BE COMPOSED OF
   27  THE FOLLOWING:                                                          
   28    (A)  FOUR  LICENSED  MEDICAL  PHYSICISTS  REPRESENTED  BY  EACH OF THE
   29  FOLLOWING SPECIALTIES:                                                  
   30    (I) DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGICAL PHYSICS,                                  
   31    (II) THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGICAL OR RADIATION ONCOLOGY PHYSICS,          
   32    (III) MEDICAL NUCLEAR PHYSICS, AND                                    
   33    (IV) MEDICAL HEALTH PHYSICS;                                          
   34    (B) THREE LICENSED PHYSICIANS REPRESENTED BY  EACH  OF  THE  FOLLOWING
   35  SPECIALTIES:                                                            
   36    (I) DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY,                                             
   37    (II) RADIATION THERAPY OR RADIATION ONCOLOGY, AND                     
   38    (III) NUCLEAR MEDICINE; AND                                           
   39    (C) A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE PUBLIC AT LARGE.                          
   40    S  8705.  REQUIREMENTS  AND PROCEDURES FOR PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE.  TO
   41  QUALIFY FOR A LICENSE AS A PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL PHYSICIST, AN  APPLICANT
   42  SHALL FULFILL THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS:                               
   43    1. APPLICATION: FILE AN APPLICATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT;              
   44    2.  EDUCATION:  HAVE  RECEIVED  AN  EDUCATION  INCLUDING A MASTER`S OR
   45  DOCTORAL DEGREE FROM AN ACCREDITED COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY  IN  ACCORDANCE
   46  WITH  THE  COMMISSIONER`S  REGULATIONS. SUCH PERSON SHALL HAVE COMPLETED
   47  SUCH COURSES OF INSTRUCTION AS ARE DEEMED NECESSARY BY THE  COMMISSIONER
   48  TO  PRACTICE IN THE MEDICAL PHYSICS SPECIALTY IN WHICH THE APPLICANT HAS
   49  APPLIED FOR A LICENSE;                                                  
   50    3. EXPERIENCE: HAVE EXPERIENCE IN HIS OR HER MEDICAL PHYSICS SPECIALTY
   51  SATISFACTORY TO THE BOARD AND  IN  ACCORDANCE  WITH  THE  COMMISSIONER`S
   52  REGULATIONS;                                                            
   53    4.  EXAMINATION:  PASS  AN EXAMINATION IN HIS OR HER MEDICAL SPECIALTY
   54  SATISFACTORY TO THE BOARD AND  IN  ACCORDANCE  WITH  THE  COMMISSIONER`S
   55  REGULATIONS.   THE EXAMINATION REQUIREMENT MAY BE WAIVED BY THE BOARD ON
                                                                               
       S. 3562                             4                            A. 7144
                                                                               
    1  RECOMMENDATION OF THE COMMISSIONER FOR CERTAIN APPLICANTS WITH EXTENSIVE
    2  EXPERIENCE AS A MEDICAL PHYSICIST;                                      
    3    5. AGE: BE AT LEAST TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF AGE;                          
    4    6.  FEE:  PAY  A  FEE  OF  THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS TO THE DEPARTMENT FOR
    5  ADMISSION TO A DEPARTMENT CONDUCTED EXAMINATION FOR LICENSURE, A FEE  OF
    6  ONE  HUNDRED  FIFTY DOLLARS FOR LICENSURE WITH SPECIAL COMPETENCY IN THE
    7  FIRST SPECIALTY AND TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS FOR EACH  ADDITIONAL  SPECIALTY,
    8  AND  A FEE OF THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR EACH BIENNIAL REGISTRATION PERI-
    9  OD.                                                                     
   10    S 8706. LIMITED PERMITS. PERMITS LIMITED AS TO  ELIGIBILITY,  PRACTICE
   11  AND  DURATION  SHALL BE ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT TO ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS,
   12  AS FOLLOWS:                                                             
   13    1. ELIGIBILITY. THE FOLLOWING PERSONS SHALL BE ELIGIBLE FOR A  LIMITED
   14  PERMIT:                                                                 
   15    (A)  A PERSON WHO FULFILLS ALL REQUIREMENTS FOR A LICENSE AS A PROFES-
   16  SIONAL MEDICAL PHYSICIST EXCEPT THOSE RELATING TO EXAMINATION OR EXPERI-
   17  ENCE; OR                                                                
   18    (B) A MEDICAL PHYSICS STUDENT ENROLLED IN A GRADUATE OR  POST-GRADUATE
   19  CURRICULUM APPROVED BY THE DEPARTMENT;                                  
   20    2.  LIMIT  OF  PRACTICE.  A  PERMITTEE SHALL BE AUTHORIZED TO PRACTICE
   21  MEDICAL PHYSICS ONLY UNDER THE DIRECT AND  IMMEDIATE  SUPERVISION  OF  A
   22  PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL PHYSICIST AND ONLY IN THE SPECIALTY OF SUCH PROFES-
   23  SIONAL MEDICAL PHYSICIST;                                               
   24    3.  DURATION. A LIMITED PERMIT SHALL BE VALID FOR TWO YEARS. IT MAY BE
   25  RENEWED BIENNIALLY AT THE DISCRETION OF THE DEPARTMENT;                 
   26    4. FEE. THE FEE FOR EACH LIMITED PERMIT AND FOR EACH RENEWAL SHALL  BE
   27  SIXTY DOLLARS.                                                          
   28    S  8707.    EXEMPTIONS.  NOTHING IN THIS ARTICLE SHALL BE CONSTRUED TO
   29  AFFECT, PREVENT OR IN ANY MANNER EXPAND OR LIMIT THE  AUTHORITY  OF  ANY
   30  PERSON  OTHERWISE  AUTHORIZED BY LAW OR REGULATION TO PRACTICE ANY FUNC-
   31  TION OF A MEDICAL PHYSICIST, OR ANY DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY  AUTHORIZED  BY
   32  LAW  OR  REGULATION  TO  REGULATE THE USE OF RADIATION, NOR PROHIBIT THE
   33  REPAIR OR CALIBRATION OF ANY TEST EQUIPMENT USED BY PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL
   34  PHYSICISTS BY ANY PERSON OTHERWISE ALLOWED  TO  DO  SO  UNDER  STATE  OR
   35  FEDERAL LAW, NOR SERVE TO LIMIT RADIOLOGIC AND/OR IMAGING TECHNICIANS OR
   36  ANY INDIVIDUAL OTHERWISE AUTHORIZED BY LAW OR REGULATION FROM PERFORMING
   37  QUALITY  CONTROL  MEASUREMENTS  OR  OBTAINING  QUALITY CONTROL DATA, NOR
   38  SERVE TO LIMIT A SERVICE ENGINEER IN THE REPAIR OF  RADIATION  PRODUCING
   39  EQUIPMENT  NOR AN INSTALLATION ENGINEER IN THE INSTALLATION OF RADIATION
   40  PRODUCING EQUIPMENT.                                                    
   41    S 8708. LICENSURE WITHOUT EXAMINATION. 1.  WITHIN EIGHTEEN  MONTHS  OF
   42  THE  EFFECTIVE  DATE  OF REGULATIONS IMPLEMENTING THE PROVISIONS OF THIS
   43  ARTICLE, THE DEPARTMENT MAY ISSUE A LICENSE TO PRACTICE MEDICAL  PHYSICS
   44  WITH  SPECIAL COMPETENCY IN ONE OR MORE SPECIALTIES IN THIS STATE, WITH-
   45  OUT AN EXAMINATION, TO A PERSON WHO MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS  OF  SUBDIVI-
   46  SIONS  ONE,  FIVE  AND  SIX OF SECTION EIGHTY-SEVEN HUNDRED FIVE OF THIS
   47  ARTICLE AND WHO IN  ADDITION  HAS  AN  EARNED  BACHELOR`S,  MASTER`S  OR
   48  DOCTORAL  DEGREE FROM AN ACCREDITED COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY THAT SIGNIFIES
   49  THE COMPLETION OF A COURSE OF STUDY ACCEPTABLE TO  THE  DEPARTMENT,  AND
   50  HAS  DEMONSTRATED  TO  THE  DEPARTMENT`S SATISFACTION, IN THE CASE OF AN
   51  EARNED BACHELOR`S DEGREE, THE COMPLETION OF AT LEAST  FIFTEEN  YEARS  OF
   52  FULL-TIME  WORK  EXPERIENCE  IN  THE MEDICAL PHYSICS SPECIALTY FOR WHICH
   53  APPLICATION IS MADE, OR, IN THE CASE OF AN EARNED MASTER`S  OR  DOCTORAL
   54  DEGREE,  THE  COMPLETION OF AT LEAST TWO YEARS OF FULL-TIME WORK EXPERI-
   55  ENCE IN THE FIVE YEARS PRECEDING THE DATE OF APPLICATION IN THE  MEDICAL
   56  PHYSICS  SPECIALTY  FOR  WHICH APPLICATION IS MADE AND THE EQUIVALENT OF
                                                                               
       S. 3562                             5                            A. 7144
                                                                               
    1  ONE YEAR OR MORE OF FULL-TIME WORK EXPERIENCE IN THE TEN YEARS PRECEDING
    2  THE DATE OF APPLICATION FOR EACH ADDITIONAL SPECIALTY FOR WHICH APPLICA-
    3  TION IS MADE.                                                           
    4    2.   ON  RECEIPT  OF  AN  APPLICATION  AND  FEE  PURSUANT  TO  SECTION
    5  EIGHTY-SEVEN HUNDRED FIVE OF THIS ARTICLE, THE DEPARTMENT  MAY  ISSUE  A
    6  LICENSE  TO  PRACTICE  MEDICAL PHYSICS WITH SPECIAL COMPETENCY IN ONE OR
    7  MORE SPECIALTIES IN THIS STATE TO A PERSON WHO HOLDS A LICENSE TO  PRAC-
    8  TICE  MEDICAL  PHYSICS  IN ANOTHER STATE, TERRITORY OR JURISDICTION THAT
    9  HAS REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSING OF MEDICAL PHYSICISTS WHICH  THE  DEPART-
   10  MENT DETERMINES TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME AS THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS
   11  ARTICLE.                                                                
   12    S 8709. SEPARABILITY. IF ANY SECTION OF THIS ARTICLE, OR PART THEREOF,
   13  SHALL  BE ADJUDGED BY ANY COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION TO BE INVALID,
   14  SUCH JUDGMENT SHALL NOT AFFECT, IMPAIR OR INVALIDATE  THE  REMAINDER  OF
   15  ANY OTHER SECTION OR PART THEREOF.                                      
   16    S  2.  The  department  of education shall transmit to the state comp-
   17  troller for deposit in the special revenues account of  such  department
   18  of  education all fees submitted to such department pursuant to sections
   19  8705 and 8706 of the education law.                                     
   20    S 3. This act shall take effect eighteen  months  after  the  date  on
   21  which  it  shall  have  become a law; provided however, that any actions
   22  necessary for the implementation of the provisions of this  act  on  its
   23  effective  date are authorized and directed to be completed on or before
   24  such effective date.                                                    
.SO DOC C 3562/7144     *END*                    BTXT                 2001     
 

S03562 Summary:

SAME AS   Same as Uni. A 7144                                                  
                                                                               
SPONSOR   SEWARD                                                               
                                                                               
COSPNSR   JOHNSON, RATH                                                        
                                                                               
MLTSPNSR                                                                       
                                                                               
Add Art 166 SS8700 - 8709, Ed L                                                
Creates and requires the licensing of persons practicing the profession of     
medical physics.                                                               

S03562 Actions:

03/14/2001REFERRED TO HIGHER EDUCATION                                         
06/13/2001COMMITTEE DISCHARGED AND COMMITTED TO RULES                          
06/13/2001ORDERED TO THIRD READING CAL.1130                                    
06/18/2001PASSED SENATE                                                        
06/18/2001DELIVERED TO ASSEMBLY                                                
06/19/2001referred to codes                                                    
06/25/2001substituted for a7144                                                
06/25/2001ordered to third reading rules cal.909                               
06/26/2001passed assembly                                                      
06/26/2001returned to senate                                                   
11/09/2001DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR                                                
11/21/2001SIGNED CHAP.495                                                      

S03562 Votes:

Abbate  Y  Clark   ER Farrell Y  Hoyt    Y  McEneny Y  Ravitz  Y  Thiele  Y    
Acampor ER Cohe A  Y  Faso    Y  Jacobs  Y  McLaugh Y  Rhodd-C Y  Tocci   Y    
Alfano  Y  Cohe M  Y  Ferrara Y  John    Y  Miller  Y  Rive J  ER Tokasz  Y    
Arroyo  ER Colman  Y  Finch   Y  Kaufman Y  Millman Y  Rive PM Y  Tonko   Y    
Aubry   Y  Colton  Y  Flanaga Y  Kirwan  Y  Mills   Y  Robach  Y  Towns   Y    
Bacalle Y  Conte   Y  Galef   Y  Klein   Y  Morelle Y  Sanders Y  Townsen Y    
Barra   Y  Cook    Y  Gantt   Y  Kolb    Y  Murray  Y  Scarbor Y  Vann    Y    
Barraga Y  Crouch  NO Gianari Y  Koon    Y  Nesbitt Y  Schimmi Y  Vitalia Y    
Boyland Y  Cymbrow Y  Glick   Y  Labriol ER Nolan   Y  Scozzaf Y  Warner  NO   
Boyle   Y  D`Andre NO Gordon  Y  Lafayet Y  Norman  Y  Seaman  Y  Weinste Y    
Bragman ER Davis   Y  Gottfri Y  Lavelle Y  Nortz   Y  Seddio  Y  Weisenb Y    
Brennan Y  DelMont Y  Grannis Y  Lentol  Y  Oaks    Y  Seminer Y  Weprin  Y    
Brodsky Y  Destito Y  Green   Y  Levy    Y  O`Conne Y  Sidikma Y  Wertz   Y    
Brown   Y  Diaz    Y  Greene  Y  Little  Y  Ortiz   Y  Smith   Y  Winner  Y    
Burling Y  DiNapol Y  Gromack Y  Lopez   Y  Ortloff Y  Spano   Y  Wirth   Y    
Butler  Y  Dinga   Y  Gunther Y  Luster  Y  Parment Y  Stephen Y  Wright  Y    
Cahill  Y  Dinowit Y  Hayes   Y  Magee   Y  Paulin  Y  Stranie Y  Young   Y    
Calhoun Y  Eddingt Y  Heastie ER Magnare Y  Perry   Y  Stringe Y  Mr Spkr Y    
Canestr Y  Englebr Y  Herbst  Y  Manning Y  Pheffer Y  Sull EC Y               
Carrozz Y  Errigo  Y  Higgins Y  Markey  Y  Powell  Y  Sull F  Y               
Casale  Y  Espaill Y  Hikind  Y  Matusow Y  Prentis Y  Sweeney Y               
Christe Y  Eve     Y  Hooper  Y  Mayerso Y  Pretlow Y  Tedisco Y
 
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