What is a Law New?

Law new:

A new law is an official rule or regulation that governs behavior within a society or country. It is created when lawmakers (known as legislators) propose ideas, debate them, and then vote on them to agree on one idea that will become the official new rule. A law can be created at several levels, including constitutional, statutory, and regulatory. In the United States, laws are mainly created by Congress and other legislative bodies. Laws are also created by courts when they decide cases. In New York, laws are made at multiple levels, including City charter and regulations, State statutes, and federal statutes. The Consolidated Laws form the general statutory law.

This bill would require the Department of Citywide Administrative Services, in consultation with the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection, to prepare a notice for agency employees and job applicants regarding student loan forgiveness programs. DCWP would then make the notice available to City agencies for them to provide to their employees and job applicants.

This article includes a list of laws and resolutions that have been introduced in the current legislative session. Once enacted, they appear on this list after NARA assigns public law (PL) numbers and links to slip laws that have been printed by GPO. Once a bill is enacted, it is added to the Statutes at Large, the permanent collection of laws (including private and public laws) enacted during each congressional session.