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Printing rule among last of bills before state Legislature

Assemblyman James Tedisco, R-Glenville, gets in a giant recycling bin container of printed legislation to prove a point.
Assemblyman James Tedisco, R-Glenville, gets in a giant recycling bin container of printed legislation to prove a point.
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Would you like your legislation printed or in a digital version? That’s the question voters will face in a statewide referendum next year, following the state Legislature’s second approval this week of a constitutional amendment ending the requirement to print state legislation for every legislator. The state constitution currently requires every single bill in the Assembly and state Senate, which exceeded 14,000 proposals this year, be printed for the members in the chamber, an estimated ...


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