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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 Jose M. Serrano
(What's Jose M. Serrano running for next?)

Vote Item Code Year
Yes EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION INFORMATION AT PHARMACIES (INTRO 278-A) 2003
Yes EMPIRE ZONE EXPANSION (INTRO 431 & INTRO 597) 2003
Yes EMPLOYMENT PROTECTION FOR SERVICE WORKERS (INTRO 239-A) 2002
Yes ENDANGERED SPECIES PRODUCTS (INTRO 367-A) 2004
Yes ENERGY EFFICIENT PRODUCTS (INTRO 377-A) 2003
Yes ENERGY EFFICIENT PRODUCTS (INTRO 156) 2002
Yes EQUAL BENEFITS BILL (INTRO 137-B) 2004
Yes FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE (INTRO 64-A) 2003
Yes FLUSHING BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT (INTRO 509) 2003
Yes GENDER-BASED DISCRIMINATION (INTRO 24) 2002
Yes GENDER-NEUTRAL LANGUAGE (INTRO 27-A) 2002
Yes GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS ONLINE (INTRO 119-A) 2003
Yes GUN LICENSING FEES (INTRO 385) 2004
Yes HOUSING SUBSIDIES (INTRO 429) 2003
Yes IKEA IN RED HOOK, BROOKLYN (L.U. 272-276 & RES 641-645) 2004
Yes IMMIGRANT SERVICES FRAUD (INTRO 223-A) 2004
Yes LANDLORD FINES (INTRO 114-A) 2004
Yes LANGUAGE ACCESS (INTRO 38-A) 2003
Yes LEAD PAINT REGULATIONS (INTRO 101-A) 2003
Yes LITTER LAWS (INTRO 70-A) 2002
Yes LITTERING FINES (INTRO 179) 2004
Yes LOBBYIST AND CITY CLERK FEES (INTRO 473) 2003
Yes MARRIOTT HOTEL IN HARLEM (L.U. 286-288 and RES 680-682) 2004
Yes NEW TAXIS (INTRO 496-A) 2003
Yes NEWSSTAND REGULATIONS (INTRO 569-A) 2003
Yes NEWSSTAND REGULATIONS (INTRO 28) 2002
Yes OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMAND CENTER 2003
Yes P.O.W./M.I.A. Flags (INTRO 52-A) 2003
Yes PARKING REGULATIONS (INTRO 6 AND INTRO 37) 2002
Yes PERSONAL INCOME TAX INCREASE (INTRO 492) 2003
Yes PLASTIC AND GLASS RECYCLING (INTRO 485-A) 2003
Yes POLICE REPORTING PRACTICES (INTRO 443-A) 2004
Yes POLLUTING SEWERS (INTRO 123-A) 2003
Yes POSTING ON TREES (INTRO 240-A) 2003
Yes POSTPONING ABSENTEE LANDLORD TAX (INTRO 303) 2004
Yes PREDATORY LENDING (INTRO 67) 2002
Yes PRISONER RELEASE ASSISTANCE (INTRO 310-A) 2004
Yes PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR DISABLED (INTRO 264-A) 2002
Yes PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR SENIOR CITIZENS (INTRO 265) 2002
Yes PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONS FOR DISABLED (INTRO 624) 2003
Yes PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONS FOR ELDERLY (INTRO 539 and 540) 2003
Yes PROPERTY TAX SURCHARGE AMENDMENT (INTRO 599) 2003
Yes PUBLIC HEALTH CARE INFORMATION ACCESS (INTRO 13) 2002
Yes RACIAL PROFILING PROHIBITION (INTRO 142-B) 2004
Yes RAT FINES (INTRO 90-A) 2003
Yes RECYCLED ASPHALT (INTRO 393-A) 2003
Yes RENT STABILIZATION LAWS (INTRO 367) 2003
Yes RESTRICTIONS ON GUN PERMITS (INTRO 211-A) 2002
Yes REZONING OF PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN 2003
Yes REZONING OF STATEN ISLAND 2003
Yes RIGHTS OF DOMESTIC WORKERS (INTRO 96-A) 2003
Yes ROWDY SPORTS FANS (INTRO 482-A) 2003
Yes SALES TAX (INTRO 491-A) 2003
Yes SCHOOL CRIME REPORTS (INTRO 226-A) 2004
Absent SCHOOL NURSES (INTRO 207) 2004

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