Legislative Bill and Veto Jackets
This collection consists of files, or “jackets” dating
from 1995-2011, which document the governor’s legislative
decision-making process on bills that have been signed into law
or vetoed by the executive. The jackets, which are compiled
by the Counsel to the Governor on an annual basis, are comprised
mainly of memoranda and correspondence to the governor from state
agencies, legislators, legislative committees, commissions, legal
associations, lobbyists, private firms, and citizens, expressing
approval of or opposition to particular legislation.
These records come from the following series:
bill and veto jackets, 1883-2011, New York State Counsel to the
Please note that only a portion of this series has been included in this digital collection. Other items exist that are not available online. For earlier bill and veto jackets, or to learn more about these records please contact our office.