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Committee on Legal Problems of the Aging

The Committee on Legal Problems of the Aging focuses on the needs of older generation New Yorkers. Currently there are many changes in how services are delivered to older persons including Medicaid cutbacks, radical changes in the delivery of home care, shrinkage in government dollars to subsidize health care and the increasing needs of the expanding elderly population. The Committee works to develop policy and position papers addressing their needs.


Recent Reports

Report on budget legislation A.8558-C Budget which would amend the social services law and the public health law in order to provide due process rights in relation to Medicaid reviews and appeals (March 2014) ( PDF ) 
Subject area: Medicaid, Managed Long Term Care Plans

Report on A.6658/S.4600 which would amend the Real Property Tax Law in relation to partial tax abatements for certain property (May 2013) ( PDF format ) 
Subject area: Property Tax Abatement

Supplemental comments on proposed adoption of 22 NYCRR § 202.5(e), relating to redaction of confidential personal information in papers filed in civil matters (May 2013)  ( PDF ) 
Subject area: Guardianships

For the full list of committee reports click here


Legislative Activity

For more information on the legislative and policy work of the committee, including relevant reports, bill texts and additional advocacy materials, click here.