Vol. XXX No. 52 INTERNET UPDATE I CALENDAR SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 212th Legislature
Prepared: July 19, 2006 Check Internet site or call this office for updated schedule. First Annual Session
* Denotes Changes
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 2006
Joint Committee on the Public Schools Meeting 10:00 AM
Committee Room 11, 4th Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ
Co-Chairs: Sen. Rice, Ronald L./Asm. Stanley, Craig A.
Superintendents of Abbott School Districts are invited to make presentations on school construction issues, the effects of current Budget cuts on their districts, and the Federal
"No Child Left Behind Act."
NJ Death Penalty Study Commission Hearing 2:00 PM
Committee Room 4, 1st Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ
For details on this hearing please contact Gabriel Neville or Miriam Bavati,
Commission Aides at (609) 292-5526 or fax number (609) 292-6510.
The Commission will take testimony from the public concerning the following:
(1) Whether the death penalty serves a legitimate penological intent such as deterrence.
(2) Whether the penological interest in executing some of those guilty of murder is sufficiently compelling that the risk of an irreversable mistake is acceptable.
(3) Whether the death penalty is consistent with evolving standards of decency.
It would be greatly appreciated if persons wishing to testify would provide 15 written copies of their testimony to the Commission in advance of the meeting. Oral testimony may be limited
at the discretion of the Chairman.
THURSDAY, JULY 27, 2006
Senate and Assembly Joint State Government Hearing 10:00 AM
Committee Room 13, 4th Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ
Chairs: Sen. Coniglio, Joseph /Asm. Hackett, Mims
SCR1 [Karcher, Ellen/Bryant, Wayne R.+1], Sales, use tax-0.5% for prop. tax reform
ACR1 [Roberts, Joseph J./Watson Coleman, Bonnie/Cohen, Neil M.+26], Sales, use tax-0.5% for prop. tax reform
FRIDAY, JULY 28, 2006
*JOINT SESSION 11:00 AM Assembly Chamber
Special Session on property taxes. The General Assembly will have a
voting session immediately following a speech by Gov. Jon S. Corzine.