Representing the Business of Chemistry

The New York State Chemistry Council is a statewide trade association that serves as the premier voice on chemicals, environmental, and health and safety issues that impact on chemical companies and the industry at large in New York. We serve our members by providing legislative and regulatory advocacy, information, counsel and support, as well as help them respond to the initiatives and concerns of elected officials, regulators and community groups.

Legislative, Advocacy and Regulatory Issues

NYSCC represents member companies and the chemistry industry before the New York State Legislature, government agencies and regulatory bodies.  We meet with decision-makers to promote science-based policies and advocate for policies that promote innovation, health and safety, sustainability, and a competitive business environment.

 

To learn more about NYSCC's positions on specific legislative proposals, please contact Erin DeSantis, Director of Government Relations at 518-426-9516 or nyschemistrycouncil@gmail.com. 

Legislative Links 

New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo (D) is the 56th Governor of New York. He took office on January 1, 2011. His current term ends in 2022.

New York State Senate
There are 63 seats in the Senate. During the 2021 Legislative Session,  43 will be held by Democrats and 20 will be held by Republicans. 

Senators and Committees 


New York State Assembly
During the 2021 Legislative Session, Democrats will hold 106 seats; Republicans  will hold 43 seats; Independents will hold 1 seat. 

Members of the Assembly


Assembly Leadership and Committees

Legislative Events

2021 LEGISLATIVE SESSION CALENDAR

January 11- 14, 2021
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo presented a week-long vision for the state

Day 1: Reimage (presented with ASL & CC)

Day 2: (presented with ASL & CC)

Day 3: (presented with ASL & CC)

Day 4: (presented with ASL & CC)

New York State Chemistry Council
11 North Pearl Street, Suite 1400
Albany, NY 12207

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