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180th New York State Legislature
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New York State Capitol (2009)

Duration: January 1, 1973 – December 31, 1974

President of the State Senate: Lt. Gov. Malcolm Wilson (R), until December 18, 1973
Temporary President of the State Senate: Warren M. Anderson (R)
Speaker of the State Assembly: Perry B. Duryea, Jr. (R)
Members: 60 Senators
150 Assemblymen
Senate Majority: Republican
1973: (37–23)
1974: (37–22)
Assembly Majority: Republican
1973: (82–67–1)
1974: (79–70–1)

Sessions
1st: January 3 – May 28, 1973
2nd: July 25 – 31, 1973
3rd: January 9 – May 17, 1974
4th: May 29 – 30, 1974
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The 180th New York State Legislature, consisting of the New York State Senate and the New York State Assembly, met from January 3, 1973, to May 30, 1974, during the fifteenth year of Nelson Rockefeller's governorship, and while Malcolm Wilson was Governor, in Albany.


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