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B00674 Summary:

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SAME ASNo Same As
 
SPONSORMANNION
 
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B00674 Actions:

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04/27/2021INTRODUCED
04/28/2021ADOPTED
04/28/2021DELIVERED TO ASSEMBLY
04/28/2021referred to governmental operations
04/28/2021substituted for c216
04/28/2021adopted
04/28/2021returned to senate
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B00674 Memo:

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B00674 Text:

 
Assembly Resolution No. 216
 
BY: M. of A. Wallace
 
        CONCURRENT  RESOLUTION  OF  THE  SENATE AND ASSEMBLY
        terminating Executive Order number 202.52
 
  WHEREAS, the Governor was given the authority pursuant to  Executive
Law section 29-a by Executive Order to temporarily suspend or modify any
statute,  local  law,  ordinance,  order,  rule, or regulation, or parts
thereof, of any agency during a state disaster emergency  if  compliance
with  such  statute,  local  law,  ordinance, order, rule, or regulation
would prevent, hinder, or  delay  action  necessary  to  cope  with  the
disaster  emergency or if necessary to assist or aid in coping with such
disaster, and  to  issue  any  directive  during  a  disaster  emergency
necessary  to  cope with the disaster pursuant to chapter 23 of the laws
of 2020, and chapter 71 of the laws of 2021; and
 
  WHEREAS, Executive Order number 202.52 required that the purchase of
a food item be accompanied for any purchase  of  an  alcoholic  beverage
when served on premise or for certain off premise consumption purchases;
and
 
  WHEREAS,  the  State  Legislature  has the authority to terminate by
concurrent resolution Executive Orders issued under section 29-a of  the
Executive  Law,  chapter  23  of the laws of 2020, and chapter 71 of the
laws of 2021; now, therefore, be it
 
  RESOLVED, (if  the  &HOUSE  concur),  That  Executive  Order  number
202.52, as extended or modified, is hereby terminated.
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