Assembly Appropriations Thursday Agenda Includes Plastic Ban Legislation, Minimum Nurse Aide-To-Resident Ratio in Nursing Homes & COVID-19 Relief Measures

Assembly Appropriations Thursday Agenda Includes Plastic Ban Legislation, Minimum Nurse Aide-To-Resident Ratio in Nursing Homes & COVID-19 Relief Measures

 

(TRENTON)- The Assembly Appropriations Committee will meet remotely on Thursday, September 17 at 10:30 a.m.

                Due to the public health emergency, the State House Annex remains closed to visitors.  The public may not attend the committee meeting in person but may view and participate in the meeting via the New Jersey Legislature home page at https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/.

                ***Members of the media may view the hearing remotely in room 109 of the State House. A computer feed with audio and video will be provided. ***

Full agenda can also be found here.

The following bills will be considered:

A-1135

Coughlin/Karabinchak/

Vainieri Huttle

(pending referral)

Reinstates prior property tax exemption for nonprofit hospitals with on-site for-profit medical providers; requires some of these hospitals to pay community service contributions; establishes Nonprofit Hospital Community Service Contribution Study Commission; prohibits certain third-party property tax appeals.
A-1649

Quijano/Lopez/

Coughlin

Prohibits posting or publishing on Internet home address or telephone number of certain judges and prosecutors.
A-1978

Pinkin/Kennedy/

McKeon

(pending referral)

Prohibits use of plastic carryout bags, expanded polystyrene, and single-use plastic straws.
A-3957 (1R)

Wimberly/

Vainieri Huttle/

Sumter

S-2362 (1R)

Singleton/Addiego

Makes FY 2020 supplemental Grants-in-Aid appropriation of $5 million to DCA for NJSHARES – S.M.A.R.T. Program.
A-4002

Caputo

(pending referral)

Allows deduction of promotional gaming credit from gross revenue on sports wagering.
A-4032

Greenwald

(pending referral)

Provides temporary modifications to payment and use of certain casino gaming taxes and fees due to COVID-19 Public Health Emergency and State of Emergency; allows full deduction of promotional gaming credits and certain coupons from gross revenues.
A-4139

Benson/

Vainieri Huttle/

Verrelli

(pending referral)

Requires copies of medical and billing records be provided without charge to Social Security Disability benefits applicants and recipients; requires records be delivered in manner specified by requestor.
*A-4150

Pinkin/Benson/

DeCroce

(pending referral)

Requires hospitals and long-term care facilities to maintain 90-day supply of personal protection equipment during coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic.
A-4282

Karabinchak/Pinkin/

Vainieri Huttle

(pending referral)

Requires nursing homes to maintain certain supply of personal protection equipment for residents.
A-4525

Freiman

(pending referral)

Removes time restrictions for certain temporary structures to remain on commercial farms during coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) emergency.
*A-4625

Egan

(pending referral)

Permits raffles to be conducted remotely at large sporting venues.
A-4652

Jimenez

(pending intro and referral)

Establishes minimum certified nurse aide-to-resident ratios in nursing homes.
*A-4654

Burzichelli

(pending intro and  referral)

Permits State agency to completely or partially terminate contract concerning marine terminal or attendant real property to serve important public purpose.
S-864 (2R)

Smith, B/Greenstein

(pending referral)

Prohibits provision or sale of single-use plastic carryout bags, single-use paper carryout bags, and polystyrene foam food service products; limits provision of single-use plastic straws; appropriates moneys from Clean Communities Program Fund for public education.
*S-2400 (2R)

Sweeney/Brown

(pending referral)

Provides temporary modifications to payment and use of certain casino gaming taxes and fees; allows deduction of promotional gaming credits and certain coupons from gross revenues; appropriates $100 million of federal funds to EDA for small business assistance; requires priority funding for senior and disabled transportation services from Casino Revenue Fund.

 

The Committee will take oral testimony on bills, by telephone and video, limited to three minutes.  If you are interested in registering your position with the Committee, please fill out the Registration Form located on the New Jersey Legislature Home Page under the applicable Committee heading. 

                For those individuals who wish to testify, please check the box “Do you wish to testify?” on the Registration Form.  Instructions for testifying before the committee will be forwarded to you after you submit your Registration Form.  The form must be submitted by 3:00 PM on September 16, 2020.  

                The public may also submit written testimony electronically in lieu of oral testimony.  Written testimony will be included in the Committee record and distributed to all the Committee members.  Written testimony should be submitted to OLSAideAAP@njleg.org.

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