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For services and expenses of the administrative regula

tions review commission pursuant to article 5-B of the legislative law, including travel, printing and other expenses of such commission to be paid upon the approval of the temporary president of the senate and the speaker

of the assembly .. For contribution to the National Conference of State

Legislatures to be paid upon the approval of the temporary president of the senate and the speaker of the assembly

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LEGISLATIVE TASK FORCE ON DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH AND REAPPORTIONMENT

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The legislature hereby finds and declares that: (i) there

is a need for intensive and thorough legislative study, research and inquiry into the techniques and methodology to be used by the bureau of the

of the United States commerce department in carrying out the decennial federal census to be taken in the year nineteen hundred ninety; (ii) a technical plan will be needed to meet the requirements of a legislative timetable for reapportionment of the senate and assembly districts and the congressional districts of the state based on such sus; (iii) the task force herein continued is necessary to assist the legislature in the performance of its responsibilities and in the conduct of legislative research projects relating thereto; and (iv) the legislative advisory task force on reapportionment should be continued under the new name and with the powers

and duties provided herein. The legislative task force on reapportionment is hereby

continued as the legislative task force demographic research and reapportionment, consisting of six members of whom two shall be appointed by the temporary president of the senate, two by the speaker of the assembly and one each by the minority leader of the senate and the minority leader of the assembly. The appointments shall be of members of the respective houses of the legislature, except that

member appointed by the temporary president of the senate and

member appointed by the speaker of the assembly shall not be members of the legislature. A member of the senate appointed to the task force by the temporary president of the senate and a member of the assembly appointed to the task force by the speaker of the assembly shall be designated by each to serve as the co-chairmen of the task force. Each member of the task force who is not a member of the legislature shall be entitled to receive actual and necessary expenses incurred in the discharge of his duties and shall be entitled to compensation determined by the co-chairmen within the appropriations available therefor, except that such member who is serving in such capacity in a transient, occasional and incidental manner, shall not be entitled to receive

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than the actual and necessary expenses incurred in the

discharge of his duties. The task force shall engage in such research studies and

other activities as its co-chairmen may deem necessary or appropriate in the preparation and formulation of a reapportionment plan for the next ensuing reapportionment of senate and assembly districts and congressional districts of the state and in the utilization of and other demographic and statistical data for policy analysis, program development and program evaluation

purposes for the legislature. The co-chairmen of the task force may employ such person

nel, experts and consultants as may be necessary for the performance of its work and shall fix their compensation

within the amounts appropriated therefor. The primary function of the task force shall be to compile

and analyze data, conduct research for and make reports and recommendations to the legislature, legislative commissions and other legislative task forces. In addition the task force may, with the approval of

its cochairmen, provide such services and furnish such data as the co-chairmen may authorize to any department, division, board, bureau, commission or agency of the state, to any political subdivision of the state or any agency thereof or to any public benefit corporation such terms and conditions as the co-chairmen may specify, in

cluding payment therefor. The co-chairmen of the task force are hereby authorized and empowered to make and sign any agreements

in the name and on behalf of the task force and to do and perform any acts that may be necessary, desirable or proper to carry out the powers, purposes and objectives of the

task force and the provisions thereof. The task force, with the approval of its co-chairmen, may

complete any contract executed and conduct any business undertaken or commenced by the legislature or the advisory task

force reapportionment pertaining to or connected with the reapportionment and readjustment or alteration of senate and assembly and congressional districts prior to the enactment of these provisions into law, . and the same shall be completed and conducted in the same manner and under the same terms and conditions and with the same effect as if completed and conducted

by the legislature or such advisory task force. The task force may meet within and without the state, hold public and private hearings and otherwise

all of the powers of a legislative committee under the legisla

tive law. The co-chairmen of the task force may request and receive

from any court, department, division, board, bureau, commission or agency of the state or any political subdivision thereof such assistance and data as will enable the task force to properly carry out its powers and duties hereunder.

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Any expenditure made from the appropriation herein con

tained shall be paid upon the approval of the temporary

president of the senate and the speaker of the assembly. Employees of the task force shall be considered to be em

ployees of the legislature for all purposes. Maintenance undistributed

For services and expenses

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SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE

For personal service, temporary and special services

(including liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 1985) including studies and surveys and for expenses of maintenance and operation (including personal service and the

expenses of the chairman and employees in visiting state institutions,

or

other activities where state moneys are expended, the purchase or exchange, maintenance or hiring of automobile or automobiles, expenses of the chairman at Albany during the recess of the legislature, and traveling outside of the state and $3,000 to the secretary of the senate finance committee in lieu of all traveling expenses within the state)

4,064, 305

ASSEMBLY WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE

For personal service, temporary and special services in

cluding studies and surveys (including liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 1985) and for expenses of maintenance and operation (including personal service and expenses of the chairman and employees in visiting state institutions, or other activities where state moneys are expended, the purchase or exchange, maintenance or hiring of automobile automobiles, expenses of the chairman at Albany during the recess of the legislature, and traveling outside the state and $3,000 to the

secretary of the ways and means committee in lieu of all traveling expenses within the state)

or

3,308,550

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SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE AND ASSEMBLY WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE JOINTLY

AUDIT COMMITTEE

For personal service, temporary and special services, in

cluding contractual services, associated with the selection of an independent auditor, the performance of an independent audit,

and other services and expenses related to the operations of the audit committee established under section one hundred twenty-two-a of the state finance law

2,400,000

LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY

For personal service and for temporary and special ser

vices for senate and assembly research services; for expenses of maintenance and operation other than personal service, payable upon the approval of the temporary president of the senate and the speaker of the assembly, notwithstanding and unrestricted by the provisions of any general or special law

...824,300

BILL DRAFTING COMMISSION

For personal service, temporary and special services, and

for expenses of maintenance and operation (including labor, materials, office supplies, communication, equipment, furniture, alterations, repairs, furnishings, purchase of books, development and operation of systems in support of the legislature and traveling expenses, and for expenses incurred in the installation, rental, development, maintenance and operation of centralized data processing systems, programs and equipment for the creation of a data bank containing the official statutes of the state for use in the preparation and composition of bills; preparation and composition of

of calendars, journals, session laws and miscellaneous documents; the operation of a bill status retrieval system for the senate and assembly; and the development of a statutory and other information retrieval system for the legislature, to be paid upon the approval of the temporary president of the senate and the speaker of the assembly, notwithstanding and unrestricted by the provisions of any general or special law)

Maintenance undistributed
For services and expenses, including travel outside of

the state, in accordance with the following schedule

...7,125,800

SCHEDULE

Personal service--regular and temporary
Nonpersonal service
Legislative Digest printing

4,887,047 2,098,753

140,000

LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON EXPENDITURE REVIEW

For personal service, temporary and special services in

cluding studies and surveys (including liabilities incurred prior to April 1, 1985) and for expenses of maintenance and operation (including personal service and the expenses of the chairman and employees in visiting state institutions, other activities where state moneys are expended, the purchase or exchange, maintenance or hiring of automobile or automobiles, and traveling outside the state) of the Legislative Commission on

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For services and expenses relative to research, development, training of personnel and acquisition of support

directly related to data processing capabilities of the legislature funded by royalties and receipts from computer related operations

.750,000

GRANTS AND BEQUESTS FUND

LEGISLATURE
THE SENATE

Maintenance undistributed
For services and expenses relative to restoration of the

Senate Chamber as funded by a private grant

250,000

THE JUDICIARY

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§ 2. For services and expenses of the judiciary including, commencing January first, nineteen hundred eighty-six, solely the juror functions, if any,

performed by the offices of county clerks outside the city of New York and further including travel outside the State in accordance with the following schedule.

The amount provided for any program within a major purpose within this schedule may be increased or decreased by interchange with

any other program within that major purpose with the approval of the chief administrator of the courts who shall file such approval with the state comptroller and the chairmen of the senate finance and assembly ways and means committees; provided, however, the total amount appropriated for any program within major purpose may not be increased or decreased more than five percent. Notwithstanding any

any other provisions of law, all state-paid nonjudicial employees shall be entitled to inconvenience pay in the manner and to the extent provided in section one, subdivision five, of chapter eight hundred twenty of the laws of nineteen hundred seventy-five and, monies hereby appropriated may be used in part to reimburse state-paid judges and justices for transportation and travel expenses in accordance with section two hundred twenty-two of the judiciary law; provided, however, subject to such rules and regulations as the chief administrator shall prescribe, such reimbursement may be up to but not in excess of one hundred dollars per day.

The several amounts named in this section, or so much thereof as shall be sufficent to accomplish the purposes designated by the appropriations, are hereby appropriated and authorized to be paid as hereinafter provided, to the respective public officers and for the several purposes specified, which amounts shall be available for the year beginning on the first day of April, nineteen hundred eighty-five.

General Fund....
Special Revenue Funds

654,921,737

73,000

Federal

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