Governor Murphy Takes Action on Legislation

The New Jersey Statehouse and Capitol Building In Trenton

Governor Murphy Takes Action on Legislation

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

S-2081/A-3147 (Greenstein, Sacco/DeAngelo, McKnight, Murphy) – Concerns investigation of missing persons cases

S-2463/A-4820 (Smith, Zwicker/Egan, McKnight) – Requires school districts to provide instruction on prevention of Lyme Disease and other tick-borne diseases in grades kindergarten through 12; requires DOH to publish certain guidelines concerning ticks

S-3349/A-5327 (Sarlo, Cryan/Calabrese) – Requires payment of tuition for certain non-resident public school students

Governor Murphy conditionally vetoed the following bills:

S-916/A-3966 (Beach/Freiman, Murphy, Verrelli) – CONDITIONAL – Establishes trail signage program for alcohol manufacturers in New Jersey

Copy of Statement 

S-3090/A-4498 (Gopal, Lagana/DeAngelo, Murphy, Atkins) – CONDITONAL – Provides retirement allowance after 20 years of service regardless of age for members of PFRS

Copy of Statement 

A-4889/S-3363 (Coughlin, DiMaio/Scutari, Pou) – CONDITONAL – Removes requirement that certain government officers disclose the address of their home or secondary residence, or that of their immediate family on financial disclosure statements

Copy of Statement

Governor Murphy absolute vetoed the following bill:

A-4035/S-3577 (Mukherji, Dancer, Wimberly/Sarlo) – ABSOLUTE – Requires gubernatorial appointment of State Agriculture

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