Here’s What Happened Under The Gold Dome On Monday

The New Jersey Statehouse and Capitol Building In Trenton

Here’s what happened under the Gold Dome on Monday (February 10th):

 

SENATE ACTION (SESSION)

Nominations Notice of Intention Received 2/6/2020:

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Honorable Maritza Berdote Byrne, J.S.C., of Towaco.

Honorable Kathleen A. Sheedy, J.S.C., of Cream Ridge.

Nominations Advise and Consent:

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Honorable Bradford M. Bury, J.S.C., of Watchung.

Honorable Mitzy Galis-Menendez, J.S.C., of Cliffside Park.

Honorable Jeffrey R. Jablonski, J.S.C., of Kearny.

Honorable Alan G. Lesnewich, J.S.C., of New Providence.

Honorable Daniel R. Lindemann, J.S.C., of Wayne.

Honorable Marlene Lynch Ford, J.S.C., of Seaside Park.

Honorable Stephen J. Taylor, J.S.C., of Skillman.

Honorable Angela White Dalton, J.S.C., of Howell.

Honorable James P. Wilson, J.S.C., of Plainfield.

TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

Joan M. Burke, of Lumberton.

Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BERGEN COUNTY BOARD OF TAXATION:

Gerald A. Calabrese, Jr., of Cliffside Park.

Christopher W. Eilert, of Wallington.

Nicholas P. Lonzisero, of Saddle River.

Kevin O’Connor, of Edgewater.

John L. Schettino, Esq., of Hackensack.

Steven V. Schuster, Esq., of Cresskill Borough.

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DELAWARE RIVER JOINT TOLL BRIDGE COMMISSION:

William E. Mandry, of Phillipsburg, to replace Garret Leonard VanVliet.

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE HUDSON COUNTY BOARD OF TAXATION:

Vincent Cuseglio, of Bayonne.

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MARINE FISHERIES COUNCIL:

Eleanor A. Bochenek, Ph.D., of Villas.

Patrick F. Donnelly, of Brick, to replace Joseph A. Zaborowski.

Richard N. Herb, of Avalon.

Jeffrey Howard Kaelin, of Cape May, to replace Erling A. Berg.

Sergio Radossi, of Ridgefield Park.

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MARINE FISHERIES COUNCIL: Joseph M. Rizzo, of West Creek.

Robert R. Rush, Jr., of Woodbine.

Kevin W. Wark, of Barnegat Light, to replace Frances Puskas.

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY CEMETERY BOARD:

Deborah Santangelo, of Ridgewood, to replace William Nichols.

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE SHELLFISHERIES COUNCIL:

Paul T. Felder, of Rio Grande.

Stephen J. Fleetwood, of Port Norris.

Warren Hollinger, Sr., of Port Norris.

Walter L. Johnson, III, of Manahawkin.

Kevin Kirk, of Atlantic Highlands.

Richard J. Malinowski, of Salem.

George W. Mathis, Jr., of Egg Harbor City.

John J. Maxwell, of Germania.

Scott Sheppard, of Port Norris.

Matthew Williams, of Cape May.

Nominations Reported from Committee:

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Honorable Bradford M. Bury, J.S.C., of Watchung.

Honorable Mitzy Galis-Menendez, J.S.C., of Cliffside Park.

Honorable Jeffrey R. Jablonski, J.S.C., of Kearny.

Honorable Alan G. Lesnewich, J.S.C., of New Providence.

Honorable Daniel R. Lindemann, J.S.C., of Wayne.

Honorable Marlene Lynch Ford, J.S.C., of Seaside Park.

Honorable Stephen J. Taylor, J.S.C., of Skillman.

Honorable Angela White Dalton, J.S.C., of Howell.

Honorable James P. Wilson, J.S.C., of Plainfield.

TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

Joan M. Burke, of Lumberton.

Bills Introduced/Without Reference/Given Second Reading:

SCR63 Sweeney,S/Weinberg,L Equal Right Amendments-urges Congress to adopt into U.S. Constitution

Bills Introduced:

S1271 Cunningham,S Branch campus, higher ed. instit-requires Secretary of Higher Education approval REF SHI

S1272 Turner,S Parole violations-decreases penalty REF SLP

S1273 Turner,S Monetary bail-req defendants be eligible upon issuance complaint-warrant REF SJU

S1274 Turner,S Real estate rental scams-Div. of Consumer Affairs establish public info campaign REF SCM

S1275 Turner,S FamilyCare-elim. req. to be w/out health insur. for 3 months prior to enrolling REF SHH

S1276 Turner,S Expungement of criminal records-amends eligibility REF SJU

S1277 Turner,S Motor vehicle penalty points-increases from 6 to 10 necessary to incur surcharge REF SLP

S1278 Turner,S SNAP applications-DHS use performance bonuses to incr. staff for processing REF SHH

S1279 Turner,S Smoke-Free Air Act-revises; prohibit smoking at certain outdoor public places REF SHH

S1280 Turner,S Income thresholds-increase minimum income, requiring filing & paying income tax REF SBA

S1281 Turner,S Condoms-exempts from sales and use tax REF SHH

S1282 Turner,S Lead paint-municipalities conduct inspections in single-and two family dwellings REF SCU

S1283 Turner,S Deferred compensation plans-excludes certain contributions REF SBA

S1284 Turner,S Pensions & retirement income-raises eligibility threshold for exclusion, $125K REF SBA

S1285 Turner,S Income exceeding $1M-increase income tax rate, dedicate revenue to tax relief REF SBA

S1286 Turner,S St. contract-evaluate bidder on gender-based pay equity & job equality standards REF SSG

S1287 Turner,S Pension payout options under TPAF, JRS and PERS-requires spousal consent REF SSG

S1288 Turner,S State department contracts out work-requires cost analysis in certain cases REF SSG

S1289 Turner,S NJBEST contributions-allows income tax deductions REF SHI

S1290 Turner,S State Rental Assistance Program;$10.5M REF SCU

S1291 Turner,S Full-time tuition costs at NJ instit of post-secondary ed-estab income tax cred. REF SHI

S1292 Turner,S School board memb. & loc elective off candidate-file finan disclosure statements REF SSG

S1293 Turner,S Artist Bank-provide interest-free loans to artist colonies in development REF SSG

S1294 Turner,S Family day care provider, up to 10 kids-criminal history record background check REF SHH

S1295 Turner,S Government records-authorizes public access through government website

S1296 Turner,S Online tax sales-enhances transparency and accountability REF SCU

S1297 Turner,S Senior freeze reimbursement-convert credit applied directly to property tax bill REF SBA

S1298 Turner,S Corporations, ownership/operations outside of US-proh St admin pension fd invest REF SSG

S1299 Turner,S St., co, mun, sch contracts-proh awarding for prof svcs thru competitive process REF SSG

S1300 Turner,S Electric public utilities-required to file emergency response plan with BPU REF SEG

S1301 Turner,S Chlorpyrifos insecticide-prohibits use REF SEN

S1302 Turner,S Political party committee memb, newly elected-assume office upon certification REF SSG

S1303 Turner,S Voter registration-permits up to 14 days prior to election REF SSG

S1304 Turner,S Foreclosed property-notify municipality and common interest community REF SCU

S1305 Turner,S Property taxation, State and local-beginning July 1, 2018 REF SCU

S1306 Turner,S Tobacco companies-prohibit State investing pension and annuity funds REF SSG

S1307 Turner,S Aftercare treatment program-required as part of community supervision REF SLP

S1308 Turner,S Green Jobs Training Partnership Program-establishes REF SLA

S1309 Turner,S Electric public utility-notify property owner when service is altered REF SEG

S1310 Turner,S Retirement systems, State-administered-reinstate automatic COLA, retirement benf REF SSG

S1311 Turner,S Internet svc provider-proh awarding pub contract unless adhere to net neutrality REF SSG

S1312 Turner,S Class II renewable energy-electric produced from biofuel eligible REF SEN

S1313 Turner,S Municipal redevelopment powers-enhances transparency in exercise REF SCU

S1314 Turner,S Senior citizen high-rise building-lobby security req in high violent crime areas REF SHH

S1315 Turner,S Tavern, historic-permits municipalities to issue liquor licenses for use REF SCU

S1316 Turner,S 9-1-1-hotels required to upgrade phone system to dial w/out using another digit REF SCU

S1317 Turner,S Consumer reporting agency-increase protection of consumers’ personal information REF SCM

S1318 Turner,S Senior & disabled citizens’ property tax deduction-incr annual income limitation REF SCU

S1319 Turner,S Residential deeds-encourages timely recording REF SCU

S1320 Turner,S Housing codes-enhances penalties upon certain violators REF SCU

S1321 Turner,S Resid rental property-crim action of individuals who do not legally possess prop REF SCU

S1322 Turner,S Police officer eval.-prohibits from considering number of arrests or citations REF SLP

S1323 Turner,S Nannies and au pairs-authorizes criminal background checks REF SLP

S1324 Turner,S Development impact fees-authorizes municipal assessment, following St guidelines REF SCU

S1325 Turner,S Water, discontinuations for non-payment-advance notice required REF SCU

S1326 Turner,S School faculty housing, certain-eliminates property tax exempt status REF SCU

S1327 Turner,S Open public records law-exempt certain personal info.; bars attorney’s fee award REF SSG

S1328 Turner,S Health care facilities-built to Type I or Type II construction standards REF SCU

S1329 Turner,S Insurance public contracts & consulting svcs-award thru competitive process REF SCU

S1330 Turner,S Child care centers, licensed-requires 45 day notice for tuition rate changes REF SHH

S1331 Turner,S Senior and disabled citizens-increases annual property tax deduction REF SCU

S1332 Turner,S Neighborhood Scholar Revitalization Pilot Program-establishes REF SCU

S1333 Turner,S Smoking in multiple dwellings-regulate REF SCU

S1334 Turner,S Textbooks, higher education institutions-publishers prov. price and availability REF SHI

S1335 Turner,S Teachers, principal, asst/vice principal-elim use of standardized assess in eval REF SED

S1336 Turner,S Gun free and weapon free zones-establish around school and public properties REF SLP

S1337 Turner,S Powdered caffeine-prohibits sale REF SLP

S1338 Turner,S Superintendent-assume responsibilities of principal in certain school districts REF SED

S1339 Turner,S Victim of criminally insane-notify victim upon release, escape or transfer REF SJU

S1340 Turner,S Assault on disabled victims-upgrades REF SJU

S1341 Turner,S Restraining orders-court issue to defendants as condition of release on bail REF SJU

S1342 Turner,S Light frame residential construction-prohibit in densely populated census tracts REF SCU

S1343 Turner,S Innovation zone prog-estab to stimulate tech industry clusters, receive tax cred REF SEG

S1344 Turner,S Contraceptives long acting reversible-DHS implement pymt strategy, encourage use REF SHH

S1345 Turner,S Vet., wartime service-connected disability-incr & annual adjustment in allowance REF SMV

S1346 Turner,S Government contracts crimes-debars permanently any person convicted REF SSG

S1347 Turner,S Domestic corp., inverted-proh. award of State contracts & development subsidies REF SSG

S1348 Turner,S Government records-make available on Internet REF SSG

S1349 Turner,S Equine animal activities law-clarifies responsibility and liability issues REF SEN

S1350 Turner,S Congressional vacancies-establishes new procedure to fill by election REF SSG

S1351 Turner,S Implanted medical device-voluntarily make notation on drivers license or ID card REF STR

S1352 Turner,S Gift card fraud-requires certain retailers to train employees REF SCM

S1353 Turner,S Parking, reserved for NJT train passengers-available for pub use, off-peak hours REF STR

S1354 Turner,S Suspicious activity-require AG issue guidelines regarding public notification REF SLP

S1355 Turner,S Privatization contracts, certain emp-St agencies submit notice, request proposal REF SSG

S1356 Turner,S Pupil transportation-revise mileage limit for students in preschool thru grade 4 REF SED

S1357 Turner,S Charter school administrators-any superintendent salary caps adopted apply REF SED

S1358 Turner,S Interscholastic athletics-public school student, not enrolled in sch participate REF SED

S1359 Turner,S Proprietary school-revoke license, school fails to achieve min. graduation rates REF SHI

S1360 Turner,S Dyslexia-DOE establish pilot program, provide assistive technology to students REF SED

S1361 Turner,S Charter school enrollment-establishes 3 year moratorium on increase REF SED

S1362 Turner,S Kindergarten, full-day-requires in all school districts; estab. uniform age req. REF SED

S1363 Turner,S Marie H Katzenbach Sch For the Deaf Task Force-study issues/make recommendations REF SED

S1364 Turner,S College Student & Parent Consumer Information Act-applies provisions REF SHI

S1365 Turner,S Energy-conservation programs-directs BPU to establish REF SEN

S1366 Turner,S Alcohol beverages on priv. property-prohibit possession under legal drinking age REF SLP

S1367 Sweeney,S/Kean,T Auth, bd, comm, council-deactivate if entity has not met at least once every yr REF SSG

S1369 Greenstein,L/Cruz-Perez,N Alice Paul statue-Joint Committee on Library of Cong to replace Philip Kearney REF SSG

S1370 Sweeney,S/Scutari,N Public works projects-revises definition to permit project labor agreements REF SLA

SCR55 Turner,S Natural gas pipeline, interstate-revise laws; more fully address adverse impacts REF SEN

SCR56 Turner,S Senior & disabled property tax deduction-increase income limitation eligibility REF SCU

SCR57 Turner,S Substance use disorder programs-request to permit federal Medicaid funding REF SHH

SCR58 Turner,S Outsource labor, foreign markets-urges legislation that penalizes companies REF SLA

SCR59 Turner,S Tax income exceeding $1M-provide 10.75% tax rate; dedicate revenue to tax relief REF SBA

SCR60 Turner,S State constitutional convention-reform system of property taxation REF SSG

SCR62 Turner,S Inverted domestic corporations-urges to prohibit awarding federal contracts REF SSG

SJR37 Turner,S Emotional and Behavioral Disorder Awareness Month-designates May of each year REF SHH

SJR38 Turner,S Sickle Cell Awareness Month-designates September of each year REF SHH

SJR39 Turner,S Youth Smoking Prevention and Awareness Month-designates May of each year REF SHH

SR29 Turner,S Eyeglasses, hearing aids, & dentures-memorializes to provide Medicare coverage REF SHH

SR30 Turner,S College football rules-urges to strictly enforce, prohibit head/helmet contact REF SHI

SR31 Turner,S Small Business Saturday-urges NJ residents to continue to support REF SCM

SR32 Turner,S Shop Main Street-encourages NJ residents to support small businesses REF SCM

SR33 Turner,S Poverty measure, official-urges federal government to revise; ensure accuracy REF SHH

SR34 Turner,S Gun crime-urges expeditious disposition REF SLP

SR35 Turner,S PennEast Pipeline project in NJ-opposes, negative impact on environment REF SEG

SR36 Turner,S Section 8 housing vouchers-increase funding and revise program requirements REF SCU

Bills On Emergency Resolution:

S1369 Greenstein,L/Cruz-Perez,N Alice Paul statue-Joint Committee on Library of Cong to replace Philip Kearney (31-0) (Greenstein)

Bills Passed:

S51 Sca (1R) Singer,R/Diegnan,P+2 Medicaid reimbursement rate change on nursing homes-estab comm to study impact (39-0)

S238 Scs (SCS) Singleton,T/Sarlo,P+4 Jr Firefighter Auxiliary members-promulgate reg pertaining to training/duties (39-0)

S249 Sca (1R) Singleton,T/Turner,S+1 Pharmacy benefits manager prov. services w/in Medicaid prog-disclose info to DHS (39-0)

S275 Kean,T/Cruz-Perez,N+3 Military personnel non-resident dependent children-provide resident tuition rate (38-0)

S296 Pennacchio,J/Cunningham,S+1 Fusion science field- establish scholarship program (39-0)

S362 Cryan,J Access Link paratransit service during state of emergency-NJT operate (39-0)

S561 Madden,F/Greenstein,L+1 Drivers Distractions Task Force-creates; impact road and highway safety (39-0)

S619 Sca (1R) O’Scanlon,D Medical cannabis-permits authorization thru telemedicine & telehealth (36-1)

S698 Ruiz,M/Scutari,N+3 Campaign contrib-allow use for child care expense related to campaign activities (36-0)

S749 Gopal,V/Cruz-Perez,N+1 Ovarian cancer-prov. voluntary contributions by taxpayers on income tax returns (39-0)

S804 Sca (1R) Cunningham,S/Ruiz,M+1 Academic degree-granting inst.-proh. entering into revenue sharing arrangements (38-0)

S845 Pou,N/Singleton,T National Practitioner Data Bank-req. health care prof. licensing boards utilize (39-0)

S848 Sca (1R) Pou,N/Gopal,V Health care service firms-revise requirements for financial information reports (39-0)

S886 Cryan,J/Greenstein,L+2 Health care entities-contracts for sale, honor existing bargaining agreement (29-9)

S908 Singleton,T/Oroho,S+1 Real estate developments-clarify assessment payment & election participation req (38-0)

S922 Singleton,T/Greenstein,L+1 Municipal water authority dissolution-Local Finance Bd. make cert findings prior (37-0)

S960 Sca (1R) Rice,R Student financial aid-parent prov. information to Higher Ed. Student Asst. Auth. (37-0)

S967 Bucco,A/Singleton,T Workers’ compensation insurance requirement-concerns corporations & partnerships (39-0)

S968 Singleton,T/Lagana,J+2 Water, drinking-req. public water systems provide notice of elevated lead levels (39-0)

S970 Ruiz,M/Cunningham,S Higher ed instit, governing bd memb-complete a training prog devel by Secretary (39-0)

S971 Lagana,J/Cunningham,S+2 Fair Play Act-allows collegiate student-athletes earn comp, use of name or image (21-11)

S972 Madden,F/Sweeney,S Contractor work, certain industries-concerns a skilled & trained workforce (24-10)

S973 Ruiz,M/Singleton,T+4 Apprenticeship mentoring-estab for women, minorities and persons w/disabilities (38-0)

S974 Weinberg,L/Ruiz,M+1 Alice Paul-State Capitol Joint Mgmt Commission display in State Capitol building (39-0)

S1369 Greenstein,L/Cruz-Perez,N Alice Paul statue-Joint Committee on Library of Cong to replace Philip Kearney (28-5)

SCR15 Sca (1R) Rice,R/Brown,C Joint Committee on Economic Justice & Equal Employment Opportunity-reconstitutes (38-1)

SCR36 Pou,N National Practitioner Data Bank-available to health care prof. boards w/out cost (39-0)

SCR39 Greenstein,L/Turner,S+1 19th Amendment-commemorate 100th anniversary of passage of women’s right to vote (39-0)

SCR63 Sweeney,S/Weinberg,L Equal Right Amendments-urges Congress to adopt into U.S. Constitution (37-0)

SJR19 Ruiz,M/Pou,N Latino Clergy Day-designates first Saturday of October (38-0)

SR16 Rice,R/Gill,N+1 Slavery, indentured servitude-urges to prohibit use for those convicted of crime (Voice)

SR28 Sweeney,S Senate Select Committee on NJ Transit-constitutes special committee (Voice)

Bills Returned Second Reading/Amended:

S324 Sa (1R) Diegnan,P/Bucco,A Motor vehicles-authorizes operators to display electronic registration proof (38-0) (Diegnan)

S864 ScaSa (2R) Smith,B/Greenstein,L Plastic carryout bags, polystyrene & single-use straws-prohibits use (22-2) (Smith)

S961 Sa (1R) Singleton,T/Cruz-Perez,N+2 Troops to College Grant Programs-establishes (32-0) (Singleton)

S964 Sa (1R) Vitale,J Disabled person’s residence-mun establish reserved parking zone on adjacent prop (28-0) (Vitale)

 

Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:

S488 Sca (1R) Brown,C/Beach,J+1 County Tourism Incentive Grant Fund-establishes REP/SCA

S519 Vitale,J/Ruiz,M State forms & documents-requires replacement for certain terms REP

S598 Sca (1R) Beach,J/Cryan,J+6 Election workers-raise pay to $300 a day REP/SCA

S1369 Greenstein,L/Cruz-Perez,N Alice Paul statue-Joint Committee on Library of Cong to replace Philip Kearney REP

Bills Referred/SBA:

S488 Sca (1R) Brown,C/Beach,J+1 County Tourism Incentive Grant Fund-establishes

S519 Vitale,J/Ruiz,M State forms & documents-requires replacement for certain terms

S598 Sca (1R) Beach,J/Cryan,J+6 Election workers-raise pay to $300 a day

Bills Withdrawn From The Files:

S239 Singleton,T Business financing-proh contracts that contain confession by judgment provisions FROM SCM

S246 Singleton,T/Diegnan,P Basic & Essential health benefits plans-repeals statute authorizing offering FROM SCM

S293 Pennacchio,J/Diegnan,P Mallory’s Law-revise provision, sch dist anti-bullying policy; parent civil liab FROM SED

SJR16 Singleton,T/Corrado,K+1 Career and Technical Education Month-designates February in each year FROM SED

Co-Sponsors Added:

S238 Scs (SCS) (Bucco,A; Greenstein,L) Jr Firefighter Auxiliary members-promulgate reg pertaining to training/duties

S249 Sca (1R) (Greenstein,L) Pharmacy benefits manager prov. services w/in Medicaid prog-disclose info to DHS

S275 (Bateman,C; Diegnan,P) Military personnel non-resident dependent children-provide resident tuition rate

S296 (Codey,R) Fusion science field- establish scholarship program

S322 (Weinberg,L) Repartations Task Force-establishes

S488 Sca (1R) (Turner,S) County Tourism Incentive Grant Fund-establishes

S538 (Cruz-Perez,N) Evictions-enhances use of breach of implied warranty of habitability defense

S539 (Cruz-Perez,N) Landlord-tenant court records-establishes confidentiality

S559 (Vitale,J) Child absent-parent call; unexcused absence-notify parent or guardian

S598 Sca (1R) (Addiego,D; Gopal,V; Kean,T; O’Scanlon,D; Thompson,S; Turner,S) Election workers-raise pay to $300 a day

S614 (Bucco,A) River’s Law-animal abuse, value of animal’s life, second degree crime

S628 (Bucco,A) Law enforcement officers, Class 3-provide security in place of religious worship

S698 (Turner,S) Campaign contrib-allow use for child care expense related to campaign activities

S701 (Scutari,N) Strangling victim, domestic violence-concerns pretrial detention

S749 (Codey,R) Ovarian cancer-prov. voluntary contributions by taxpayers on income tax returns

S804 Sca (1R) (Turner,S) Academic degree-granting inst.-proh. entering into revenue sharing arrangements

S866 (Ruiz,M) Income access services-creates certain requirements

S886 (Codey,R; Singleton,T) Health care entities-contracts for sale, honor existing bargaining agreement

S889 (Kean,T) Landlords-prohibit accepting housing assistance from other states

S961 Sa (1R) (Brown,C; Greenstein,L) Troops to College Grant Programs-establishes

S968 (Turner,S) Water, drinking-req. public water systems provide notice of elevated lead levels

S971 (Beach,J; Turner,S) Fair Play Act-allows collegiate student-athletes earn comp, use of name or image

S973 (Turner,S) Apprenticeship mentoring-estab for women, minorities and persons w/disabilities

S974 (Singleton,T) Alice Paul-State Capitol Joint Mgmt Commission display in State Capitol building

S989 (Ruiz,M) Healthy Terminals Act-req. airport/train station workers be paid cert wages/benf

S1216 (Kean,T) Special One-Time Assistance Program, City of New York-directs AG to investigate

SCR16 (Cunningham,S) Lead hazard remediation-dedicate revenue collected from sales tax on paint

SCR30 (Madden,F) Natural resources, public-make State trustee; guarantee environmental rights

SCR39 (Gopal,V) 19th Amendment-commemorate 100th anniversary of passage of women’s right to vote

SCR48 (Sarlo,P) 9-1-1 system-urges Governor and Legislature to fully fund

SCR53 (Singleton,T) Commission on Reentry Services for Women-establishes

SR16 (Ruiz,M) Slavery, indentured servitude-urges to prohibit use for those convicted of crime

Co-Prime Sponsors Added:

S66 (Diegnan,P) Autism spectrum disorder-establish certification card for diagnosed individuals

S72 (Gopal,V) Farm brewery & winery-brewery beverage lic.-permitted to produce hard cider

S115 (Cunningham,S) Immigrant Tenant Protection Act

S270 (Singleton,T) Sex offender registration-expand regis. req., include human trafficking crimes

S275 (Cruz-Perez,N) Military personnel non-resident dependent children-provide resident tuition rate

S316 (Pou,N) Student Dropout Prevention Task Force-establishes

S324 Sa (1R) (Bucco,A) Motor vehicles-authorizes operators to display electronic registration proof

S414 (Kean,T) Drug court, central municipal-permits counties to establish

S550 (Pennacchio,J) Student ID cards-required to contain phone number for suicide prevention hotline

S722 (Singleton,T) Animal death or injury, certain-establishes civil action for damages

S749 (Cruz-Perez,N) Ovarian cancer-prov. voluntary contributions by taxpayers on income tax returns

S786 (Kean,T) Medical tests & procedures-prohibits pre-approval or precertifications

S800 (Singleton,T) Expungement application-bars the denial of expungement in certain instances

S845 (Singleton,T) National Practitioner Data Bank-req. health care prof. licensing boards utilize

S853 (Beach,J) Buy American Act-highway & bridge construction contract made w/US steel products

S854 (Kean,T) Laura Wooten’s Law-requires civics instruction in middle school

S866 (Singleton,T) Income access services-creates certain requirements

S886 (Greenstein,L) Health care entities-contracts for sale, honor existing bargaining agreement

S942 (Cardinale,G) Prof & occupational bds-req standards, considering applicants w/crim hist record

S962 (Singleton,T) Recovery residence certification program-DCA approve credentialing entity devel.

S967 (Singleton,T) Workers’ compensation insurance requirement-concerns corporations & partnerships

S968 (Lagana,J) Water, drinking-req. public water systems provide notice of elevated lead levels

S990 (Ruiz,M) Science courses, various aspects of computer-school districts report to DOE

S1028 (Turner,S) Amistad Comm-allocates but not in DOE; comm elect chairperson appt exec director

S1032 (Turner,S) Eye exam completed-young children required, entering pub. sch or Head Start Prog

S1147 (Cruz-Perez,N) Lead paint inspection-required prior to home purchase; estab. led hazard ed prog

S1194 (Singleton,T) Direct support professional wage increase;$16.5M

S1234 (Singleton,T) Admin. rules and regulations-State agencies required to review, ensure efficacy

S1252 (Beach,J) Common Sense Shared Services Pilot Prog. Act-authorizes sharing mun. court admin

S1260 (Oroho,S) Statewide database, certified payroll information for pub works projects-creates

S1368 (Oroho,S) Economic & Fiscal Policy Review Commission-establish; provide ongoing review

SCR45 (Cunningham,S) law enforcement officer, killed in line of duty-provide property tax exemption

SCR53 (Cunningham,S) Commission on Reentry Services for Women-establishes

SJR36 (Greenstein,L) Domestic Violence & Legal Access Task Force-establishes; study unmet legal needs

SR22 (Oroho,S) Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act-urges US Congress to pass

Third Prime Sponsors Added:

S601 (Bucco,A) Senior citizens or disabled persons-creates crime of fiscal victimization

S1028 (Singleton,T) Amistad Comm-allocates but not in DOE; comm elect chairperson appt exec director

S1369 (Addiego,D) Alice Paul statue-Joint Committee on Library of Cong to replace Philip Kearney

SCR63 (Ruiz,M) Equal Right Amendments-urges Congress to adopt into U.S. Constitution

SJR19 (Cruz-Perez,N) Latino Clergy Day-designates first Saturday of October

Fourth Prime Sponsors Added:

SCR63 (Greenstein,L) Equal Right Amendments-urges Congress to adopt into U.S. Constitution

The Senate President has made the following appointments:

*Effective February 4, 2020

Joint Committee on the Public Schools:

Senator Joseph Cryan (20)

New Jersey Commission on Capital Budgeting and Planning:

Luke Wolff, of Pennington, to replace Eugene Lepore.

New Jersey Intergovernmental Relations Commission:

Senator Dawn Marie Addiego (8)

New Jersey Puerto Rico Commission:

Senator Nellie Pou (35) Senator Declan J. O’Scanlon, Jr. (13)

New Jersey Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect:

Senator Christopher “Kip” Bateman (16)

*Effective February 4, 2020

State Beach Erosion Commission:

Senator James Beach (6) Senator Fred H. Madden, Jr. (4)

The Amistad Commission:

Rosie Andrea Grant, of Piscataway, to replace Julia Miller.

Military Dependants Scholarship Fund Board of Trustees:

Senator Vin Gopal (11)

*Effective February 5, 2020

Campus Sexual Assault Commission:

Donna M. Chiera, of Perth Amboy.

Joint Legislative Committee on Ethical Standards:

John E. Wallace, Jr., of Woodbury. Daniel P. Mecca, of Paramus.

The Senate President has made the following reappointments:

*Effective February 4, 2020

Casino Revenue Fund Advisory Commission:

Senator Vin Gopal (11) Senator Chris A. Brown (2)

Council on Armed Forces and Veterans’ Affairs:

Senator Kristin M. Corrado (40) Senator Patrick J. Diegnan, Jr. (18)

Governor’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS and Related Blood-Borne Pathogens:

Senator Robert W. Singer (30) Senator Joseph F. Vitale (19)

Joint Budget Oversight Committee:

Senator Steven V. Oroho (24) Senator Paul A. Sarlo (36) Senator Loretta Weinberg (37)

*Effective February 4, 2020

Joint Committee on Housing Affordability:

Senator Christopher J. Connors (9) Senator Nilsa Cruz-Perez (5) Senator Ronald L. Rice (28) Senator Troy Singleton (7) Senator Samuel D. Thompson (12)

Joint Committee on the Public Schools:

Senator James Beach (6) Senator Linda R. Greenstein (14) Senator Ronald L. Rice (28) Senator Declan J. O’Scanlon, Jr. (13) Senator Samuel D. Thompson (12)

Martin Luther King Jr. Commission:

Senator Christopher “Kip” Bateman (16) Senator Kristin M. Corrado (40) Senator Ronald L. Rice (28) Senator Shirley K. Turner (15)

New Jersey Advisory Council on End-of-Life Care:

Senator M. Teresa Ruiz (29) Senator Robert W. Singer (30)

New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology:

Senator Paul A. Sarlo (36) Senator Robert W. Singer (30) New Jersey Human Relations Council-Exec. Committee:

Senator Dawn Marie Addiego (8) Senator Nellie Pou (35)

New Jersey Intergovernmental Relations Commission:

Senator Christopher J. Connors (9) Senator Linda R. Greenstein (14) Senator James W. Holzapfel (10) Senator Troy Singleton (7)

New Jersey Military Skills Council :

Senator Vin Gopal (11)

*Effective February 4, 2020

New Jersey Tourism Policy Council:

Senator Vin Gopal (11) Senator Declan J. O’Scanlon, Jr. (13)

Prisoner Reentry Commission:

Senator Kristin M. Corrado (40) Senator Sandra B. Cunningham (31)

Sales and Use Tax Review Commission:

Senator Vin Gopal (11) Senator Declan J. O’Scanlon, Jr. (13)

State Beach Erosion Commission:

Senator Christopher “Kip” Bateman (16) Senator Paul A. Sarlo (36)

State Council for Adult Literacy Education Services:

Senator Shirley K. Turner (15)

State Leasing and Space Utilization Committee:

Senator Nicholas P. Scutari (22)

Task Force on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease:

Senator Robert W. Singer (30)

The Amistad Commission:

Lavonne Bebler Johnson, of Willingboro. Senator Thomas H. Kean, Jr. (21) Senator Troy Singleton (7)

*Effective February 5, 2020

Governor’s Council for Medical Research and Treatment of Autism: Michael P. Aquino, MD, of Spring Lake.

New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education: Rabbi Moshe Herson, of Morristown.

New Jersey Commission on Italian and Americans of Italian Heritage Cultural and Educational Programs: Frank Gargione, of Lawrenceville.

The Senate President has made the following reappointments:

*Effective February 5, 2020

New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority: Douglas S. Eakeley, of Green Village.

New Jersey Youth Suicide Prevention Advisory Council: Shauna L. Moses, of Plainsboro. Steven Olson, of Mercerville.

Women’s Health Advisory Commission: Catherine Yaxley, of Oradell.

 

The Senate adjourned at 5:30 P.M. to meet again on Thursday, February 13, 2020 (QUORUM, Committee Groups “1” and “2” scheduled to meet).

ASSEMBLY ACTION

The Assembly did not meet. The Assembly will meet on Thursday, February 13, 2020 (QUORUM, Committees at the Call of the Speaker).

Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:

None

Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (2/3/2020):

None

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