Law New York – How Bills Become Law

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A law, or statute, is an official rule that governs behavior within a society or country. Laws are created by legislative bodies like Congress or a state legislature. Most laws start out as proposed ideas that are debated and voted on in the form of bills. When a bill becomes a public law, it is called a statute or act. The article below explains how laws are made in the United States federal government, including how bills become laws in the House and Senate.

Providing notice regarding student loan forgiveness programs to City employees and job applicants.

This bill would require City agencies to prepare and distribute a new notice to their employees and job applicants about available federal and State student loan forgiveness programs. DCWP would also make the new notice available to all City employers to use for their own employee communications.

Licensing of third-party food delivery services.

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