Governor Murphy Takes Action on Legislation

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Governor Murphy Takes Action on Legislation

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

S-528/A-2815 (Ruiz, Pou/Murphy, Wimberly, McKnight) – Requires certain additional school district personnel to complete training program on suicide prevention

S-3089/A-4722 (Gopal, A.M. Bucco/McKeon) – Permits certain school districts to establish State military impact aid reserve account

S-3125/A-4947 (Cryan, Gopal/Lopez, Quijano, Atkins) – Expands “Daniel’s Law” to prohibit disclosure of personal information concerning child protective investigators

S-3309/A-4832 (Stack, Scutari/Mukherji, Speight) – Raises maximum workers’ compensation fees for evaluating physicians; expands circumstances for which physician legal fees are permitted

S3406/A-4970 (Gopal, Cryan/Jasey, Carter, McKeon) – Requires public institutions of higher education to submit annual fiscal monitoring report; authorizes Secretary of Higher Education to appoint State monitor of certain institutions; requires higher education chief financial officers complete training; annually appropriates $100,000

S-3444/A-5211 (Schepisi, Lagana/Karabinchak, Stanley) – Allows certain municipal water systems, under certain circumstances, to use lands preserved for recreation and conservation for drinking water wells and associated treatment equipment or facilities

S-3753/A-5299 (Madden, Turner/Murphy) – Designates State Office of Emergency Management as State Agency for Surplus Property

S-3783/A-5541 (Zwicker, Cruz-Perez/Quijano) – Modifies certain provisions of “New Jersey Innovation Evergreen Act” and “Food Desert Relief Act”

S-3796/A-5559 (Greenstein, Stanfield/Mejia, Reynolds-Jackson, Atkins) – Authorizes NJ Infrastructure Bank to expend certain sums to make loans for environmental infrastructure projects for FY 2024

S-3797/A-5558 (Codey, Greenstein/Lampitt, Swain, Stanley) – Appropriates funds to DEP for environmental infrastructure projects for FY 2024

S-3798/A-5422 (Ruiz, Corrado, Turner/Jasey, Lampitt, Mukherji) – Permits teacher, and professional staff member who provides special services, who retired from TPAF to return to employment for up to two years without reenrollment in TPAF if employment commences during the 2023-2024 school year

S-3873/A-5507 (Zwicker, Johnson/Benson, Pintor Marin) – Authorizes NJ Infrastructure Bank to expend certain sums to make loans for transportation infrastructure projects for FY2024; makes appropriation

A-4864/S-3795 (Mosquera, Sampson, Quijano/Lagana, Burgess) – Expands scope of Foreclosure Mediation Assistance Program during State of Emergency to allow use of program funds for payment to counselors who help disaster victims process applications for assistance

A-5175/SCS for S-3519 and 3593 (Verrelli, McKnight, Moen/Beach, Turner, Zwicker) – Changes certain General Election deadlines

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