Governor Murphy Takes Action on Legislation

Governor Murphy Takes Action on Legislation


TRENTON – Today, Governor Murphy signed the following bills and resolution into law:


S-297/A-493 (Greenstein, Madden/Murphy, Benson, Calabrese) – Requires public agencies and government contractors to report cybersecurity incidents to New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness


S-428/ACS for A-3039 (Smith, Oroho/Thomson, Calabrese, Freiman) – Extends Right to Farm Act protections to certain shellfish aquaculture activities


S-743/A-189 (Lagana, Johnson/Rooney, McKeon) – Requires publication of certain information related to toll discounts on E-ZPass website


S-2709/A-4524 (Cruz-Perez, Singer/Moen) – Permits appointment of additional alternate deputy registrars


S-3124/A-4792 (Diegnan/Benson, Spearman, Wimberly) – Changes definition of eligible contract for DOT grant program to compensate certain contractors and subcontractors affected by supply chain shortages


AJR-171/SJR-79 (Mosquera, Lampitt, Chaparro/Ruiz, Cunningham) – Permanently designates first full week in April as “Week of the Young Child” in New Jersey


A-256/S-732 (Munoz, DeFuccio, Speight/Madden) – Requires certain health care facilities to adopt and implement policies to prevent exposure to surgical smoke via use of smoke evacuation system

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