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|OER Policy Title=A.09162: An act to establish the taxpayer access to publicly funded research act
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|OER Policy Title=US: New York: A.09162: To establish the taxpayer access to publicly funded research act
 
|OER Policy URL=http://assembly.state.ny.us/leg/?bn=A09162&term=2011
 
|OER Policy URL=http://assembly.state.ny.us/leg/?bn=A09162&term=2011
 
|Description=Establishes the taxpayer access to publicly funded research act requiring any state agency, commission or authority that funds direct research to establish a public access policy that would provide access to certain published works that were funded by the state.
 
|Description=Establishes the taxpayer access to publicly funded research act requiring any state agency, commission or authority that funds direct research to establish a public access policy that would provide access to certain published works that were funded by the state.
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|Language code=English
 
|OER Policy Jurisdiction=Province / State
 
|OER Policy Jurisdiction=Province / State
|Country=United States,  
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|Tag=Bill, Draft law, New York
 
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Date: 2012/01/31
Policy Status:
Language: English
Jurisdiction: Province / State
Country: United States of America
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Tags: Bill, Draft law, New York

Policy Title: US: New York: A.09162: To establish the taxpayer access to publicly funded research act - Go to the policy
Author(s): Alan Hevesi

Description: Establishes the taxpayer access to publicly funded research act requiring any state agency, commission or authority that funds direct research to establish a public access policy that would provide access to certain published works that were funded by the state.

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