Ariola Touts Two Pieces of ‘Common Sense’ Legislation

Ariola Touts Two Pieces of ‘Common Sense’ Legislation

Two bills sponsored by City Councilwoman Joann Ariola (R-Ozone Park) earned approval at last week’s Stated Meeting.

Intro. 404A: Legislation that would require the City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to report on how the money gained through the opioid settlement agreement is spent.

Intro. 525A: A proposed law that would require parts dealers to collect and retain information about the vehicles from which second-hand catalytic converters come, in order to verify converters were removed legally and with owner authorization.

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