Legislative Action: Here’s What Happened In Trenton On Monday

The New Jersey Statehouse and Capitol Building In Trenton

Here’s what happened in Trenton on Monday (March 20th):

 

SENATE ACTION (SESSION)

 

Nominations Advise and Consent:

 

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE DIVISION OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION:

Richard J. Baldi, of Wayne.

Sean M. Dillon, of Closter.

Brian E. Eyerman, of Maywood.

Phillip A. LaPorta, of Rutherford.

 

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Scott C. Arnette, J.D., of Monmouth Beach.

Christie L. Bevacqua, of Tinton Falls.

Jeffrey Brown, of East Brunswick.

Amy E. Lefkowitz, of Fair Lawn.

Nicholas Ostuni, Sr., of Oradell.

Marc D. Ramundo, of Ho-Ho-Kus.

Anthony R. Suarez, of Ridgefield.

Demetrica Todd-Ruiz, of Pittsgrove.

Dalya Youssef, Esq., of Somerset.

 

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE TAX COURT:

Michael Duffy, of Lawrenceville.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY – BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Kevin Drennan, of Hamilton, to replace Susanne Svizeny.

Madeline Urbish, of Lambertville, to replace Robert Altman.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE HORIZON BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD, INC. OF NEW JERSEY – BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Ralph Caputo, of Nutley, to replace Paul Juliano.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES FINANCING AUTHORITY:

Sam Maddali, of Bernardsville, to replace Dr. Munr Kazmir.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY MARITIME PILOT AND DOCKING PILOT COMMISSION:

Dana M. Martinotti, of Cliffside Park, to replace Jacob Shisha.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY SCHOOLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY:

John F. Capo, of Totowa, to replace Michael Capelli.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY SPORTS AND EXPOSITION AUTHORITY:

Gail Gordon, of Fair Lawn, to replace Robert Yudin.

Thomas Mullahey, of Rutherford, to replace Arthur Kapoor.

Eric Pennington, of Newark, to replace Michael Neglia.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE AUTHORITY:

Francisco Maldonado-Ramirez, Esq., of Highland Park, to replace Raymond Pocino.

Raphael Salermo, of Warren.

 

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

Nicholas Montenegro, of Brick.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE RAMAPO COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY – BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Michael Ben-David, of Franklin Lakes, to replace Thomas Zelante.

Christopher Lopez, of Oakland, to replace Vincent Colman.

Albert Nieves, of Wood-Ridge, to replace Gary Montroy.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF DIETETICS AND NUTRITION:

Laurel Santiago, of Morristown.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PAROLE BOARD:

Frank Del Vecchio, of Ridgewood, to replace Sam Plumeri.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STOCKTON UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Amy Kennedy, of Brigantine, to replace Andy Dolce.

Stephanie Koch, of Margate, to replace Margaret Worthington.

 

TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

Tali Epstein, of Edison.

Robert D. Herman, of Mays Landing.

Rebecca C. Lafferty, of Mays Landing.

Nicole Minutoli, of Hamilton.

 

Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:

 

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Caroline A. Oliveira, of Mendham.

 

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

Glenn Cullen, of South Plainfield, to replace Kevin Egan.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY URBAN ENTERPRISE ZONE AUTHORITY:

William Johnson, of Long Branch, to replace Azi Alam.

Douglas Schneider, of Edison, to replace Eric Hector Jaso.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE RUTGERS UNIVERSITY – BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Jeanne Fox, of New Brunswick, to replace Dominick Burzichelli.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION:

Dr. Munr Kazmir, of Closter, to replace Patrick Toscano.

 

TO BE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR VETERANS AFFAIRS:

Vincent Solomeno, III, of Red Bank, to replace Mark Piterski.

 

Nominations Reported from Committee:

 

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE DIVISION OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION:

Richard J. Baldi, of Wayne.

 

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Scott C. Arnette, J.D., of Monmouth Beach.

Christie L. Bevacqua, of Tinton Falls.

Jeffrey Brown, of East Brunswick.

 

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE TAX COURT:

Michael Duffy, of Lawrenceville.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE HORIZON BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD, INC. OF NEW JERSEY – BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Ralph Caputo, of Nutley, to replace Paul Juliano.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES:

Marian Abdou, of Basking Ridge, to replace Dianne Solomon.

Christine Sadovy, of Lambertville, to replace Bob Gordon.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY MARITIME PILOT AND DOCKING PILOT COMMISSION:

Dana M. Martinotti, of Cliffside Park, to replace Jacob Shisha.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE AUTHORITY:

Raphael Salermo, of Warren.

 

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

Nicholas Montenegro, of Brick.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE RAMAPO COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY – BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Michael Ben-David, of Franklin Lakes, to replace Thomas Zelante.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF DIETETICS AND NUTRITION:

Laurel Santiago, of Morristown.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STOCKTON UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Kristi Hanselmann, of Hammonton, to replace Leo B. Schoffer.

Amy Kennedy, of Brigantine, to replace Andy Dolce.

Stephanie Koch, of Margate, to replace Margaret Worthington.

 

TO BE THE MERCER COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF ELECTIONS:

Walker Worthy, of Trenton, to replace Nathaniel Walker.

 

Bills Introduced:

 

S3730 Steinhardt,D Rural Broadband Infrastructure Grant Program-establish;$2.5M in federal funds REF SEG

S3731 Stack,B Fire-damaged property-concerns lien on insurance proceeds in certain instances REF SCM

S3733 Singer,R Ovulation enhancing drugs/medical svc-req Medicaid coverage, cert beneficiaries REF SHH

S3748 Gopal,V Film & digital media content production tax credit program-revise provisions REF SBA

 

Bills On Emergency Resolution:

 

S3090 Gopal,V/Lagana,J+3 Retirement allowance, PFRS-provides after 20 years of service regardless of age (36-0) (Gopal)

S3732 Gopal,V/Zwicker,A+2 School aid, State-provide additional aid to certain districts; approp. $102.784M (36-0) (Gopal)

 

Motions:

 

S3732 Gopal,V/Zwicker,A+2 School aid, State-provide additional aid to certain districts; approp. $102.784M To Sa (O’Scanlon)

S3732 Gopal,V/Zwicker,A+2 School aid, State-provide additional aid to certain districts; approp. $102.784M To Table Sa (18-15) (Ruiz)

 

Bills Passed:

 

A1463 Lopez,Y/Speight,S+2 Pretrial release violations-clarify penalties; provide written notice to victim (36-0)

A3494 Aca (1R) Dancer,R/Moriarty,P+5 License plate frame-allow to obscure certain parts of permanent/temporary plate (36-0)

A4720 Aca (1R) Schaer,G/Swain,L+15 Holocaust & genocide instruction-distribute survey to school districts regarding (36-0)

A4755 AcaSa (2R) Lopez,Y/Moen,W+20 Homeless shelters-permit behavioral & mental health care provider operate within (36-0)

A4772 AcaSca (2R) Verrelli,A/Egan,J+7 Unemployment insurance benefits during labor disputes-concerns (25-11)

A4836 Aca (1R) Speight,S/Atkins,R+6 Internet outage caused by cyberattack or disaster-develop emerg. response plan (36-0)

AJR38 Stanley,S/Kennedy,J+2 Upcycling Day-designates April 16 of each year (36-0)

S142 Aca (1R) Diegnan,P/Pou,N+2 Business filing statutes-modernizes to incl. entity conversion and domestication (36-0)

S553 Zwicker,A Technology transfer duties-add to Commission on Science, Innovation & Technology (36-0)

S660 Aa (1R) Oroho,S/Gopal,V+29 Parking privileges-100% Disabled Vet. not req. to submit documentation to renew (36-0)

S801 Connors,C+1 Dredging control reserve fund-authorizes municipalities to establish (36-0)

S1438 Scs (SCS) Singleton,T+3 Wage claim suit-allow unions file on behalf of workers regardless of affiliation (34-2)

S1439 Singleton,T+3 Govt. construction work, employer/contractor-register & submit payroll to DOLWD (33-3)

S2459 Sca (1R) Ruiz,M/Pou,N+2 Translation of documents & svcs.-req St entity provide, 15 most common languages (23-13)

S2535 Sca (1R) Polistina,V/Pou,N+4 Hearing aid & cochlear implant-req health benf coverage, insureds 21 or younger (36-0)

S2788 Sa (1R) Stack,B/Turner,S Carbon monoxide detectors in multiple dwellings-concerns (36-0)

S2824 ScsSca (SCS/1R) Vitale,J/Pou,N Health benefits plans, individual & small employer-revises various requirements (36-0)

S2866 ScaScaScsSca (SCS/1R) Scutari,N/Oroho,S Elections Transparency Act-concerns campaign contribution limits & reporting req (24-12)

S2902 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P Ticket prices, postseason athletic events-allow to be increased, offset expenses (36-0)

S3005 Sca (1R) Bucco,A Warren E. Wilhide Interchange-desig Harter Road Interchange of Highway Rt 287 as (36-0)

S3090 Gopal,V/Lagana,J+3 Retirement allowance, PFRS-provides after 20 years of service regardless of age (36-0)

S3110 ScaSaAa (3R) Smith,B/Codey,R+9 Real property & flood notifications-req sellers & landlords make notifications (36-0)

S3153 Sca (1R) Codey,R Food waste-allow schools to receive and compost from other schools (36-0)

S3309 Stack,B/Scutari,N Workers’ compensation fees-raises maximum for evaluating physicians (25-11)

S3333 Sca (1R) Cruz-Perez,N/Corrado,K+2 Low Income Household Water Assistance Prog-concerns from taking cert actions (36-0)

S3349 ScaSca (2R) Sarlo,P/Cryan,J Public school tuition-require payment for certain non-resident students (36-0)

S3437 Cryan,J Grease-require person selling/transporting to possess documentation of origin (27-7)

S3480 SaSca (2R) Vitale,J/Pou,N Small Business Health Insurance Affordability Act-revises certain requirements (34-0)

S3558 Smith,B/Scutari,N JRS member, deferred retir-permit to request reactivation of suspended annuities (36-0)

S3578 Scs (SCS) Testa,M/Pou,N Real Estate Comm soliciting owners regarding home sale-req initial text message (36-0)

S3724 Sca (1R) Ruiz,M/Sarlo,P+6 Tuition aid grant, summer-authorize Higher Ed Student Assistance Authority award (36-0)

S3732 Gopal,V/Zwicker,A+2 School aid, State-provide additional aid to certain districts; approp. $102.784M (36-0)

SJR100 Johnson,G+1 Civic Health Month-designates the month of August (36-0)

 

Bills Passed Concurring w/Amendment by Amendment:

 

S3080 ScaScsAcaSa (SCS/2R) Ruiz,M/Burgess,R+19 Student Dropout Prevention Task Force-establishes To Concur by Sa (36-0) (Ruiz)

 

Bills Substituted:

 

A1463 Lopez,Y/Speight,S+2 Pretrial release violations-clarify penalties; provide written notice to victim SUB FOR S1810

A3494 Aca (1R) Dancer,R/Moriarty,P+5 License plate frame-allow to obscure certain parts of permanent/temporary plate SUB FOR S2381 (2R)

A4720 Aca (1R) Schaer,G/Swain,L+15 Holocaust & genocide instruction-distribute survey to school districts regarding SUB FOR S3145 (2R)

A4755 AcaSa (2R) Lopez,Y/Moen,W+20 Homeless shelters-permit behavioral & mental health care provider operate within SUB FOR S3261 (2R)

A4772 AcaSca (2R) Verrelli,A/Egan,J+7 Unemployment insurance benefits during labor disputes-concerns SUB FOR S3215 (1R)

A4836 Aca (1R) Speight,S/Atkins,R+6 Internet outage caused by cyberattack or disaster-develop emerg. response plan SUB FOR S3417 (1R)

AJR38 Stanley,S/Kennedy,J+2 Upcycling Day-designates April 16 of each year SUB FOR SJR77

S1810 Ruiz,M/Singleton,T+2 Pretrial release violations-clarify penalties; provide written notice to victim SUB BY A1463

S2381 ScaSa (2R) Diegnan,P+3 License plate frame-allow to obscure certain parts of permanent/temporary plate SUB BY A3494 (1R)

S3145 ScaSca (2R) Gopal,V/Greenstein,L+5 Holocaust & genocide instruction-distribute survey to school districts regarding SUB BY A4720 (1R)

S3215 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P/Madden,F+3 Unemployment insurance benefits during labor disputes-concerns SUB BY A4772 (2R)

S3261 ScaSa (2R) Burgess,R/Scutari,N+4 Homeless shelters-permit behavioral & mental health care provider operate within SUB BY A4755 (2R)

S3417 Sca (1R) Greenstein,L/Stanfield,J+1 Internet outage caused by cyberattack or disaster-develop emerg. response plan SUB BY A4836 (1R)

SJR77 Greenstein,L Upcycling Day-designates April 16 of each year SUB BY AJR38

 

Bills Returned Second Reading/Amended:

 

A831 SaSaSa (3R) Jimenez,A/Rooney,K+9 EMT certification, certain out-of-State-provide reciprocity (Voice) (Ruiz)

A3681 AcaAcaSa (3R) Lampitt,P/Wimberly,B+6 Educator Scholarship Program-establishes (Voice) (Ruiz)

A4035 AcaSa (2R) Mukherji,R/Dancer,R+1 Executive director of St Agriculture Development Committee-appointed by Governor (Voice) (Ruiz)

A4090 Sa (1R) Freiman,R/Pintor Marin,E+9 Financial Report, State’s Annual-publish report summarizing & analyzing contents (Voice) (Ruiz)

A4889 AcaScaSa (3R) Coughlin,C/DiMaio,J+1 Local govt. officers-remove req. that disclose address on financial statements (Voice) (Ruiz)

S461 SaSaSa (3R) Sacco,N/Greenstein,L+2 EMT certification, certain out-of-State-provide reciprocity (Voice) (Ruiz)

S1884 Sa (1R) Sarlo,P/Oroho,S+1 Financial Report, State’s Annual-publish report summarizing & analyzing contents (Voice) (Ruiz)

S2052 ScaSa (2R) Turner,S/Greenstein,L Tenant, temporary/permanent restraining order-allow to change locks on unit (Voice) (Ruiz)

S2381 ScaSa (2R) Diegnan,P+3 License plate frame-allow to obscure certain parts of permanent/temporary plate (32-0) (Diegnan)

S2712 Sa (1R) Singleton,T/Greenstein,L Perfluoroalkyl & polyfluoroalkyl substance in firefighting foam-proh sale/manuf (Voice) (Ruiz)

S3363 ScaSa (2R) Scutari,N/Pou,N Local govt. officers-remove req. that disclose address on financial statements (Voice) (Ruiz)

S3577 Sa (1R) Sarlo,P Executive director of St Agriculture Development Committee-appointed by Governor (Voice) (Ruiz)

 

Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:

 

A4151 Aca (1R) Reynolds-Jackson,V/Verrelli,A+1 Cannabis establishment owners-revises certain restrictions; expand review scope REP

S2766 Sca (1R) Singleton,T/Turner,S Cannabis establishment owners-revises certain restrictions; expand review scope REP/SCA

S2802 Lagana,J Uniform Public Expression Protection Act-expedited motion for SLAPP dismissal REP

S3090 Gopal,V/Lagana,J+3 Retirement allowance, PFRS-provides after 20 years of service regardless of age REP

S3144 Gopal,V/Ruiz,M+3 Medicaid, adult medical day care-increase per diem rate; suppl. approp. $3.6M REP

S3732 Gopal,V/Zwicker,A+2 School aid, State-provide additional aid to certain districts; approp. $102.784M REP

 

Bills Referred/SBA:

 

S2802 Lagana,J Uniform Public Expression Protection Act-expedited motion for SLAPP dismissal

 

Bills Received from Assembly/Concurrence w/Assembly Amendments/Given Second Reading:

 

S3080 ScaScsAcaSa (SCS/2R) Ruiz,M/Burgess,R+19 Student Dropout Prevention Task Force-establishes

 

 

Bills Transferred:

 

S3287 Turner,S Naloxone hydrochloride nasal spray-req. higher education instit. maintain supply FROM SHI TO SHH

 

The Senate adjourned at 5:45 P.M. to meet again on Monday, May 8, 2023 (QUORUM, Committee Group “1” scheduled to meet).

 

ASSEMBLY ACTION (QUORUM)

 

Bills Introduced:

 

A5311 Verrelli,A Counseling Compact-enters New Jersey into REF AHE

A5312 Rumpf,B/Gove,D+2 Assaults, certain-require schools report to law enforcement REF AED

A5313 Dunn,A Outdoor education opportunities-direct Comm of Education to develop guidelines REF AED

A5314 Matsikoudis,M Name change for driver’s lic-require MVC accept certain documents as proof REF ATR

A5315 Matsikoudis,M Better Education Savings Trust prog-improves management & administration REF AHI

A5316 Kean,S Adult day care center/group home, cert-concerns, violate food restriction policy REF AHE

A5317 Murphy,C Insurance/interinsurance contracts-concerns between subscribers and attorney REF AFI

A5318 Tucker,C Veterans’ services-req counties to specify expenditures when submitting budget REF AMV

A5319 Tucker,C Catholic Charities, Diocese of Paterson-SOS Vet Unmet Needs Fund;$500K REF AMV

A5320 Rooney,K Burn injuries, cert-require medical providers report to fire department official REF ALP

A5321 Carter,L/Jaffer,S Stephanie’s Law-req AOC to estab publicly-accessible domestic violence registry REF AJU

A5322 Carter,L/Jaffer,S Domestic violence victim-req law enforcement officer conduct danger assessment REF AJU

A5323 Pintor Marin,E State tax law-revises various provisions REF ACE

A5324 Murphy,C Enhanced Transit Village Program-establish in Office of Planning Advocacy REF ACE

A5325 Spearman,W Probation officers-prohibits disclosure of certain information REF AJU

A5326 Spearman,W Community Crisis Response Advisory Council/response pilot prog-estab;$20M REF AJU

A5328 Freiman,R/Moriarty,P+1 School aid, State-provide additional aid to certain districts; approp. $102.784M REF AAP

AJR224 DeAngelo,W State Troopers Fraternal Association-honors accomplishments REF ALP

AR180 Auth,R+4 World Health Organization-urges President to withdraw United States from REF AHE

AR181 Scharfenberger,G/Flynn,V Sonar testing/wind turbine mapping-urges immediate moratorium, marine life death REF AEN

 

Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:

 

A1196 Jasey,M/McKnight,A Continuing care retirement community agreements-req. refund entrance fee w/in yr REP

A1545 Aca (1R) Moriarty,P/Benson,D+10 Telemarketers-provide name, address and phone number and company name REP/ACA

A1943 AcaAca (2R) Haider,S/Swain,L+4 Domestic viol screening-obstetrical provider perform; prevent certain disclosure REP/ACA

A1958 Aca (1R) Mukherji,R/Karabinchak,R+5 Hospitality franchise agreements-concerning REP/ACA

A2526 AcaAca (2R) Murphy,C+1 Domestic viol victim-court order transfer billing responsibility of wireless no. REP/ACA

A2668 AcaAca (2R) Mosquera,G/Lampitt,P Alimony-prohibits awarding to domestic violence offenders REP/ACA

A2770 AcaAcs (ACS) Stanley,S/McKnight,A+1 Restraining order-issue for situations where domestic viol statutes do not apply REP/ACS

A3589 Aca (1R) McKnight,A/Speight,S+1 Barbering-create new level of license & apprenticeships; estab. instruct. limits REP/ACA

A3730 AcaAcaAca (3R) Stanley,S/Murphy,C Children, counseling-permit court to order in households with domestic violence REP/ACA

A3808 AcaAca (2R) Lopez,Y/Park,E Tenant, temporary/permanent restraining order-allow to change locks on unit REP/ACA

A4500 Aca (1R) Park,E Manicurist-prov option, satisfy requirement for licensure through apprenticeship REP/ACA

A4682 Aca (1R) Schaer,G/Timberlake,B+17 Service employees, certain-estab. employment protections during ownership change REP

A4690 Murphy,C Contracts, State-proh enter into, limits ability to install & run cert software REP

A4784 Aca (1R) McKeon,J/Sampson,W+4 Catalytic converter on vehicle-req vehicle identification number be stamped on REP/ACA

A4797 Aca (1R) Karabinchak,R/Benson,D+6 Asphalt pavement, reclaimed-increase percentage used for local road projects REP

A5020 Aca (1R) Moen,W/Conaway,H Low Income Household Water Assistance Prog-concerns from taking cert actions REP/ACA

A5085 Tully,P Govt. construction work, employer/contractor-register & submit payroll to DOLWD REP

A5179 Aca (1R) Verrelli,A/Murphy,C Fire Life Safety Damper and Smoke Control System Inspection Verification Act REP/ACA

A5188 Aca (1R) McKnight,A/Stanley,S+1 Automotive Anti-Theft Systems Task Force-establish REP/ACA

A5286 Greenwald,L/Pintor Marin,E Health benefits requirements-modify under certain economic development programs REP

AJR70 Lampitt,P/Stanley,S Progressive Multiple Sclerosis Day-permanently designates March 28th REP

AJR155 Wirths,H/Caputo,R+3 Fishing and Boating Week-designates first full week of June each year REP

AJR188 McKnight,A/Atkins,R+1 Menopause Awareness Month-designates September of each year REP

AJR194 McKnight,A/Speight,S+5 Muslim Heritage Month-designates January, each year REP

AJR201 Park,E/McKeon,J+5 Lunar New Year, annual-designates REP

AJR214 Atkins,R/Carter,L+1 Older Americans Month-designates May of each year REP

AR167 Aca (1R) Conaway,H Social media-enact legislation, require parental consent for children under 16 REP/ACA

AR168 Caputo,R/Kennedy,J+1 Pro-gambling advertisements-condemns overproliferation of REP

S921 Sca (1R) Bramnick,J/Pou,N+4 Telemarketers-provide name, address and phone number and company name REP

S1517 ScaAcaAca (3R) Greenstein,L/Gopal,V+6 Restraining order-issue for situations where domestic viol statutes do not apply REP/ACA

SJR105 Pennacchio,J/Stack,B+8 Muslim Heritage Month-designates January, each year REP

 

Bills Reported Referred/AAP:

 

A420 Caputo,R/Benson,D+2 Gambling Treatment Diversion Court Pilot Program-estab; administered by AOC REP REF AAP

A3976 Speight,S/McKnight,A+1 Legislative Enactment Oversight Committee-estab., ensure implementation of laws REP REF AAP

A4102 Lopez,Y/Jimenez,A Affordable housing, for-profit entity-permit join with non-profit, jt insur fund REP REF AAP

A4498 DeAngelo,W+1 Retirement allowance, PFRS-provides after 20 years of service regardless of age REP REF AAP

A4499 Park,E/Jasey,M Professional license, Cosmetology & Hairstyling-modify languages; concerns exams REP REF AAP

A4805 Freiman,R/Jaffer,S+1 Emergency mgt. & storage center, Hunterdon Medical Ctr.-build & operate;$3M REP REF AAP

A5069 Conaway,H/Speight,S Social media platforms-prohibits use of certain addictive practices or features REP REF AAP

A5173 Aca (1R) McKnight,A/Speight,S+3 Senior program services, certain community-concerns reimbursement levels REP/ACA REF AAP

A5229 Lopez,Y/Wimberly,B+1 Housing Choice Vouchers Program, federal, pre-application-continuously maintain REP REF AAP

A5246 Stanley,S/Atkins,R+1 Affordable housing voucher program-expand funding for homeownership expenses REP REF AAP

S2628 Singleton,T+1 Affordable housing, for-profit entity-permit join with non-profit, jt insur fund REP REF AAP

 

Bills Reported Referred/ACD:

 

A2582 Lampitt,P/McKnight,A+4 Cosmetology & Hairstyling, State Board-revises membership REP REF ACD

 

Bills Reported Referred/AED:

 

A5308 Aca (1R) Caputo,R/Jasey,M+3 Compulsive gambling-require school districts provide instruction on risks REP/ACA REF AED

 

Bills Reported Referred/AHE:

 

A5225 Aca (1R) McKnight,A/Speight,S+1 Palliative care benefits, community-based-provide coverage under Medicaid REP/ACA REF AHE

 

Bills Reported Referred/AHI:

 

A5226 Caputo,R/Wimberly,B Sports wagering partnerships-prohibit at public institutions of higher education REP REF AHI

 

Bills Received from Senate/Concurrence w/Senate Amendments/Given Second Reading:

 

A4772 AcaSca (2R) Verrelli,A/Egan,J+7 Unemployment insurance benefits during labor disputes-concerns

S3080 ScaScsAcaSa (SCS/2R) Ruiz,M/Burgess,R+19 Student Dropout Prevention Task Force-establishes

 

Bills Received from Senate/Referred to Committee:

 

S553 Zwicker,A Technology transfer duties-add to Commission on Science, Innovation & Technology REF AST

S801 Connors,C+1 Dredging control reserve fund-authorizes municipalities to establish REF AEN

S1438 Scs (SCS) Singleton,T+3 Wage claim suit-allow unions file on behalf of workers regardless of affiliation REF ALA

S2459 Sca (1R) Ruiz,M/Pou,N+2 Translation of documents & svcs.-req St entity provide, 15 most common languages REF ASL

S2535 Sca (1R) Polistina,V/Pou,N+4 Hearing aid & cochlear implant-req health benf coverage, insureds 21 or younger REF AFI

S2788 Sa (1R) Stack,B/Turner,S Carbon monoxide detectors in multiple dwellings-concerns REF AHO

S2824 ScsSca (SCS/1R) Vitale,J/Pou,N Health benefits plans, individual & small employer-revises various requirements REF AAP

S2866 ScaScaScsSca (SCS/1R) Scutari,N/Oroho,S Elections Transparency Act-concerns campaign contribution limits & reporting req REF AAP

S2902 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P Ticket prices, postseason athletic events-allow to be increased, offset expenses REF ATG

S3005 Sca (1R) Bucco,A Warren E. Wilhide Interchange-desig Harter Road Interchange of Highway Rt 287 as REF ATR

S3090 Gopal,V/Lagana,J+3 Retirement allowance, PFRS-provides after 20 years of service regardless of age REF ASL

S3349 ScaSca (2R) Sarlo,P/Cryan,J Public school tuition-require payment for certain non-resident students REF AAP

S3437 Cryan,J Grease-require person selling/transporting to possess documentation of origin REF AEN

S3558 Smith,B/Scutari,N JRS member, deferred retir-permit to request reactivation of suspended annuities REF ASL

S3578 Scs (SCS) Testa,M/Pou,N Real Estate Comm soliciting owners regarding home sale-req initial text message REF ARP

S3724 Sca (1R) Ruiz,M/Sarlo,P+6 Tuition aid grant, summer-authorize Higher Ed Student Assistance Authority award REF ASL

S3732 Gopal,V/Zwicker,A+2 School aid, State-provide additional aid to certain districts; approp. $102.784M REF AAP

SJR100 Johnson,G+1 Civic Health Month-designates the month of August REF ASL

 

Bills Received from Senate/Without Reference/Given Second Reading:

 

S1439 Singleton,T+3 Govt. construction work, employer/contractor-register & submit payroll to DOLWD

S3153 Sca (1R) Codey,R Food waste-allow schools to receive and compost from other schools

S3309 Stack,B/Scutari,N Workers’ compensation fees-raises maximum for evaluating physicians

S3333 Sca (1R) Cruz-Perez,N/Corrado,K+2 Low Income Household Water Assistance Prog-concerns from taking cert actions

S3480 SaSca (2R) Vitale,J/Pou,N Small Business Health Insurance Affordability Act-revises certain requirements

 

Bills Recommitted:

 

A1943 AcaAca (2R) Haider,S/Swain,L+4 Domestic viol screening-obstetrical provider perform; prevent certain disclosure RCM AHE

A3730 AcaAcaAca (3R) Stanley,S/Murphy,C Children, counseling-permit court to order in households with domestic violence RCM AHE

A3808 AcaAca (2R) Lopez,Y/Park,E Tenant, temporary/permanent restraining order-allow to change locks on unit RCM AHE

A4784 Aca (1R) McKeon,J/Sampson,W+4 Catalytic converter on vehicle-req vehicle identification number be stamped on RCM AHE

A5175 AcaAca (2R) Verrelli,A/McKnight,A General Election-change certain deadlines RCM ASL

 

Bills Transferred:

 

A2526 AcaAca (2R) Murphy,C+1 Domestic viol victim-court order transfer billing responsibility of wireless no. FROM AAP TO AHE

A2668 AcaAca (2R) Mosquera,G/Lampitt,P Alimony-prohibits awarding to domestic violence offenders FROM AAP TO AHE

A2770 AcaAcs (ACS) Stanley,S/McKnight,A+1 Restraining order-issue for situations where domestic viol statutes do not apply FROM AAP TO AHE

A5188 Aca (1R) McKnight,A/Stanley,S+1 Automotive Anti-Theft Systems Task Force-establish FROM AAP TO AHE

S1517 ScaAcaAca (3R) Greenstein,L/Gopal,V+6 Restraining order-issue for situations where domestic viol statutes do not apply FROM AAP TO AHE

 

The Assembly adjourned at 7:41 P.M. to meet again on Thursday, March 23, 2023 (QUORUM, Committee Groups “C” and “D” scheduled to meet).

 

Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:

A1463 Lopez,Y/Speight,S+2 Pretrial release violations-clarify penalties; provide written notice to victim

A3494 Aca (1R) Dancer,R/Moriarty,P+5 License plate frame-allow to obscure certain parts of permanent/temporary plate

A4720 Aca (1R) Schaer,G/Swain,L+15 Holocaust & genocide instruction-distribute survey to school districts regarding

A4836 Aca (1R) Speight,S/Atkins,R+6 Internet outage caused by cyberattack or disaster-develop emerg. response plan

AJR38 Stanley,S/Kennedy,J+2 Upcycling Day-designates April 16 of each year

S142 Aca (1R) Diegnan,P/Pou,N+2 Business filing statutes-modernizes to incl. entity conversion and domestication

S660 Aa (1R) Oroho,S/Gopal,V+29 Parking privileges-100% Disabled Vet. not req. to submit documentation to renew

S3110 ScaSaAa (3R) Smith,B/Codey,R+9 Real property & flood notifications-req sellers & landlords make notifications

 

Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (3/16/2023):

 

P.L.2023, c.25. S783 ScaAca (2R) Singleton,T/Beach,J+20 3/17/2023 Opioid Recovery & Remediation Fd. and Opioid Recovery Advisory Council- establish

P.L.2023, c.26. A4748 Moriarty,P/Haider,S+16 3/20/2023 Business Action Center-req collection & dissemination of customer asst. metrics

P.L.2023, c.27. A4749 Coughlin,C/Swain,L+15 3/20/2023 Business Action Center-req. to collect & produce info to assist small businesses

P.L.2023, c.28. A4753 ScaSa (2R) Freiman,R/Park,E+16 3/20/2023 Businesses, certain violations-allows cure period to address and resolve

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