June 13, 2023 •
New York Session Adjourns but Assembly Return Expected
The New York Legislature adjourned on June 10 after the Clean Slate Act passed both houses.
The legislation, which still must be signed into law by Gov. Kathy Hochul, wipes a New Yorker’s conviction record clean three years after sentencing for misdemeanors and eight years for certain felonies.
The Senate is not expected to return to session but the Assembly will likely return in the near future to complete unfinished work.
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