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          The Suffolk Police Veteran Association is a Non For Profit 501 (c) (19) Organization  Tax…

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Presidents Message

  • Governor Cuomo has vetoed the following military veterans bill

     

    NY-SB 7839 By Larkin, Jr., William J.. Provides credit to members of public retirement systems of the state for military service rendered during certain periods. - Vetoed by the Governor (Veto:  484)

     Link to Senator Larkin’s page about bill

     

    http://www.nysenate.gov/press-release/veterans-service-credit-legislation-sent-governor 

     

    The below attachment is the Governor’s reasoning for vetoing the bill.

     

     The below link is a blog by a veterans group and it contains a lot of information on the bill and its history.

     

     

    http://nyvetsforservicecredit.blogspot.com/

  • SPVA General Meeting

     

    SPVA General Meeting

    Thursday, October 30th at 7 PM

    Napper Tandy's, Main Street, Smithtown

  • Military Service Buyback Legislative Update

     

    Senate Bill 4714 PASSES IN THE SENATE ON A 58-0 UNANIMOUS VOTE. The Assembly Bill (A6974B)is now scheduled for Ways and Means on Monday, June 16, 2014.

     

    1.Assembly Bill A6974B - (Military Service Credit Buyback for All Vets, 92 co-sponsors as of 13 June 2014) is now in the Assembly's Ways and Means Committee.  They tweaked A6974 on Wednesday (June 11) so now it is a cleaner Bill (A6974B).   Tweaking was a funding-related detail that did not change anything of substance (for the veterans). We cannot let A6974B die in committee! It must emerge on the 16th  of June so the Senate can react this year.  

     

     

    "This military service credit buyback bill amends current statutes and permits combat veterans of wars that are not currently covered (including Somalia, Bosnia, Kosovo, and Afghanistan), wartime veterans of time periods not currently covered (including Desert Storm), and  the excluded post-1975 Cold War veterans to buy back up to three years of their honorable service."

     

    Click here to read more.

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