Deborah L. Rose
District 49 Council Member

Deborah L. Rose


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Legislation that Deborah L. Rose is the primary sponsor of.

Introduction 25-2014 Inactive

A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to exempting certain vehicles from purchasing muni-meter time.

2/04/2014 - Referred to Committee

Introduction 825-2015 Inactive

Title 8 of the New York City Administrative Code prohibits various forms of discrimination in employment and protects a number of classes of people. Currently, employees of employers with fewer ...

9/21/2015 - Laid Over
Civil Rights

Introduction 108-2014 Passed

Many employees throughout New York City, as well the nation, have caregiving and familial responsibilities that include assisting with the care of children, parents, spouses, and other family ...

1/05/2016 - Received from Mayor
Civil Rights

Resolution 25-2014 Inactive

Resolution calling on the Administration for Children’s Services Division of Youth and Family Justice to require all juveniles detained in New York City facilities during the summer months to ...

2/04/2014 - Referred to Committee
Juvenile Justice

Resolution 357-2014 Approved

Resolution urging the President of the United States to include comprehensive immigration reform, and issues of importance to African immigrants and the African Diaspora, on the agenda for the ...

7/24/2014 - Approved

Resolution 166-2014 Approved

Resolution calling upon the New York City Department of Education to establish a comprehensive college preparation program, based on the college readiness model proposed by the Urban Youth ...

10/22/2014 - Approved

Introduction 824-2015 Passed

This bill will require the NYPD to post an annual report of the total number and percentage of officers in each precinct that (1) have two or more substantiated CCRB complaints in the last 3 ...

8/04/2016 - Received from Mayor
Public Safety

Introduction 170-2014 Inactive

A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to retroactively requiring secondary power for lighting for egress paths and elevators.

3/12/2014 - Referred to Committee
Housing and Buildings

Resolution 20-2014 Inactive

Resolution calling upon the United States Congress to take action to improve the disability claims process for victims of military sexual trauma.

2/04/2014 - Referred to Committee

Resolution 550-2015 Inactive

Resolution calling upon the New York Power Authority to permanently set a competitive electricity rate at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal in order to facilitate the use of shore-based electrical ...

1/22/2015 - Referred to Committee
Environmental Protection

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