Assembly Member Catherine T. Nolan's Voting Records

Office: State Assembly (NY) - District 37, Democratic
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic, Working Families for State Assembly - District 37
Issue Category

Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Vote
6/17/13 A 8070 Requires Equal Pay
None - House
Co-sponsor
2/26/13 A 5424 Establishes a Two-Year Moratorium on Hydraulic Fracturing
None - House
Sponsor
2/26/13 A 5424B Prohibits Hydraulic Fracturing for 3 Years
None - House
Sponsor
1/16/13 A 2597A Establishes the New York DREAM Fund Commission
None - House
Sponsor
1/09/13 A 1792 Establishes a "Farm Worker Bill of Rights"
None - House
Sponsor
1/09/13 A 1793b Amends Worker Paid Leave Laws
None - House
Co-sponsor
1/09/13 A 38 Increases Minimum Wage
None - House
Sponsor
1/30/12 A 9148 Increases Minimum Wage
None - House
Sponsor
6/14/11 A 8354 Marriage Equality Enactment
None - House
Co-sponsor
2/04/11 A 4578 Authorizing an Intercity Bus Permit System
None - House
Sponsor
1/05/11 A 1157B Requires Firearms to Have Microstamping Technology
None - House
Sponsor
3/09/10 A10163 Establishing the Wage Theft Prevention Act
None - House
Sponsor
12/01/09 A 40003 Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage
None - Senate
Co-sponsor
6/14/09 A 8903-A Extending City Board Jurisdiction Over New York City Schools
None - House
Co-sponsor
4/22/09 A 7732 Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage
None - House
Sponsor
3/04/09 A 6468 Microstamping Requirement for Semiautomatic Pistols
None - House
Sponsor
1/14/09 A 2005 Expanding Rent Control Coverage
None - House
Co-sponsor
1/12/09 A 1867 Amending Labor Laws for Farm Workers
None - House
Sponsor
2/27/08 A 10083 Foreclosure Assistance Finance
None - House
Sponsor
1/16/08 A 9695 Foreclosure Relief
None - House
Sponsor
6/06/07 A 8972 Foreclosure and Lending
None - House
Co-sponsor
5/21/07 A 8590 Same-Sex Marriage
None - House
Co-sponsor

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