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The database here includes all laws, important land use decisions, and significant resolutions passed by the New York City Council since January 2002. Use the search options to the right to find bills by year, topic, keyword and/or bill number. Also see how each council member voted and if the mayor signed or vetoed the legislation.

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Laws Passed Since 2002

For councilmember Martin Golden
(What's Martin Golden running for next?)

Vote Item Code Year
Absent 18% PROPERTY TAX INCREASE (INTRO 317-A) 2002
No 911 TELEPHONE FEE (INTRO 219) 2002
Yes ANIMAL SHELTER OPERATION REDUCTION (INTRO 234) 2002
Yes ANTI-GRAFFITI LEGISLATION (INTRO 286-A) 2002
Yes BICYCLE SIDEWALK BAN (INTRO 116-A) 2002
Absent BUSINESS INTEGRITY COMMISSION (INTRO 177-A) 2002
- CAMPAIGN DEBT (INTRO 313-A)
- CAMPAIGN FINANCE PROGRAM AMENDMENTS (INTRO 171-A)
No CELL PHONE BAN AT PERFORMANCES (INTRO 257-A) 2002
No CELL PHONE TAX SURCHARGE (INTRO 218) 2002
No CIGARETTE TAX INCREASE (INTRO 230) 2002
Yes CITY CONTRACTING REFORM (INTRO 111) 2002
Yes CITY HALL PURCHASING REPORTS (INTRO 112) 2002
Yes COUNCIL CHAIRS FAIR MARKET VALUE REPLACEMENT (INTRO 68) 2002
No DEATH PENALTY MORATORIUM (RES 12-A) 2002
Absent DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE RESTRUCTURING (INTRO 227A) 2002
No DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIPS (INTRO 114) 2002
Yes DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES (INTRO 120-A) 2002
- EDUCATION CAPITAL PROJECT REPORTS (INTRO 215-A)
Yes EMPLOYMENT PROTECTION FOR SERVICE WORKERS (INTRO 239-A) 2002
No ENERGY EFFICIENT PRODUCTS (INTRO 156) 2002
No GENDER-BASED DISCRIMINATION (INTRO 24) 2002
Yes GENDER-NEUTRAL LANGUAGE (INTRO 27-A) 2002
- GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS ONLINE (INTRO 119-A)
Yes LITTER LAWS (INTRO 70-A) 2002
Yes NEWSSTAND REGULATIONS (INTRO 28) 2002
Yes PARKING REGULATIONS (INTRO 6 AND INTRO 37) 2002
Yes PREDATORY LENDING (INTRO 67) 2002
Yes PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR DISABLED (INTRO 264-A) 2002
Yes PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR SENIOR CITIZENS (INTRO 265) 2002
No PUBLIC HEALTH CARE INFORMATION ACCESS (INTRO 13) 2002
Yes RESTRICTIONS ON GUN PERMITS (INTRO 211-A) 2002
- SIDEWALK CAFE REGULATIONS (INTRO 294)
No SMOKE FREE ACT OF 2002 (INTRO 256-A) 2002
Yes SUSPEND RECYCLING OF GLASS AND PLASTIC (INTRO 201A) 2002
Yes TAX INCENTIVES FOR HOUSING (INTRO 87) 2002
No TERM LIMITS AMENDMENT (INTRO 238) 2002
Yes UNLAWFUL POSTING (INTRO 146-A) 2002
Absent UPDATING ELECTRICAL CODES (INTRO 284) 2002
Absent WATERFRONT INVENTORY BILL (INTRO 65) 2002
- WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION (INTRO 63)

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