NEW JERSEY

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for June 9, 2016

 

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Vol. XXVIII No. 30 217th Legislature $ First Annual Session

 

SENATE ACTION (QUORUM)

Nominations Notice of Intention:

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Harold W. Fullilove, Jr., of Orange.

Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DELAWARE RIVER JOINT TOLL BRIDGE COMMISSION:

Lori Ciesla, of Phillipsburg, to replace David R. DeGerolamo, resigned.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE:

Daniel O. Farrand, of Long Valley, to replace Martin Bullock.

Edward J. Overdevest, of Bridgeton, to replace Steven Wagner, resigned.

August V. Wuillermin, of Hammonton, to replace Marilyn Russo.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE WETLANDS MITIGATION COUNCIL:

Lenore P. Tedesco, of Cape May Court House, to replace Patricia Connaughton-Burns.

F. Bryon Dubois, of Manahawkin, to replace David C. Roth.

Philip Mark Orton, Ph.D., of New York, NY, to replace John A. Tiedemann, resigned.

Mark Renna, PWS, C.E., of Wayne, to replace Robert Tucker, Ph.D.

Michael P. Weinstein, Ph.D., of Millburn, to replace Yang Deng, Ph.D., P.E., resigned.

Claudia E. Rocca, of Union Township.

 

TO BE THE PUBLIC DEFENDER:

Honorable Joseph E. Krakora, of Scotch Plains.

Nominations Reported from Committee:

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Joseph A. Portelli, of Wayne.

 

TO BE A JUDGE OF THE TAX COURT:

Mala Sundar, of Ewing.

Joseph M. Andresini, of Haworth.

 

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MONMOUTH COUNTY BOARD OF TAXATION:

Wayne C. Pomanowski, of Colts Neck.

Clifford J. Moore, III, of Hazlet.

Juan A. Malave, of Howell, to replace Maria G. Gagliano, M.A., C.T.A., resigned.

David G. Brown, II, MPA,RPPO, of Long Branch, to replace the Honorable Thomas B. Considine, resigned.

 

TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS:

Steve C. Lee, of Wood-Ridge, to replace Eric T. Kanefsky, Esq., resigned.

 

TO BE THE MONMOUTH COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF ELECTIONS:

Mary C. Desarno, of Wall, to replace Hedra Siskel.

 

Nominations Withdrawn:

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PAROLE BOARD:

John P. Kelly, of West Creek, to replace Reverend Brian T. Butch.

Bills Introduced:

S2330 Codey,R/Vitale,J Addiction prog.-law enforcement assisted REF SLP

S2331 Codey,R/Vitale,J Psych., cert.-estab. tuition reimb. prog REF SHI

S2332 Gordon,R Venders in health care fac.-estab. req. REF SHH

S2333 Cruz-Perez,N Short sale buyers-estab. process REF SCM

S2334 Cruz-Perez,N Bond ordinance-elim. 5% down pymt. req. REF SCU

S2335 Cruz-Perez,N Learner's permit req, special-estab addl REF STR

S2336 Cruz-Perez,N Teen driv. orientation prog.-estab. REF STR

S2337 Sacco,N Firearms-clarifies purchase REF SLP

S2338 Whelan,J Bus. incentive prog.-concerns elig. REF SEG

S2339 Madden,F Pub. works-concerns prevailing wage REF SLA

S2340 Kean,T Sch prop, unused-convey to sr. cit. org. REF SED

S2341 Addiego,D Pedestrian, in mv accident-breath sample REF SLP

S2342 Addiego,D Veh. homicide-concerns distracted driv. REF SLP

S2343 Bucco,A.R. Wage claims-notify emp. procedures REF SLA

S2344 Stack,B Resid. foreclosures-concern prev. REF SCU

S2345 Scutari,N/Vitale,J Post-traumatic stress-auth med marijuana REF SHH

S2346 Scutari,N Child's consumer report-security freeze REF SCM

S2347 Rice,R/Ruiz,M Payroll tax-cert. mun. impose REF SCU

S2348 Ruiz,M Student head injuries-concerns REF SED

S2349 Ruiz,M Carryout bags-estab. and dedicate fees REF SEN

S2350 Ruiz,M Non-driv. ID card, homeless-exempts fee REF SHH

S2351 Ruiz,M Birth cert, homeless-cert copy w/out fee REF SHH

S2352 Thompson,S Motor fuels tax-incr. REF STR

S2353 Greenstein,L Prescr. Drug Consumer Transparency Act REF SCM

S2354 Greenstein,L St. aid growth limit for sch. dist-elim. REF SED

S2355 Cunningham,S Commencement speakers-proh use of St fds REF SHI

S2356 Cunningham,S Teachers cert-estab loan redemption prog REF SHI

S2357 Cunningham,S Student w/green card-qual in-St. tuition REF SHI

S2358 Lesniak,R Judges, retired-replace Parole Bd. memb. REF SLP

SJR69 Pou,N Youth Suicide Prev. Awareness Mo.-Sept. REF SHH

Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:

A1944 Sca (1R) Coughlin,C/Schaer,G+5 Voter regis. updates-driv. lic. renewal REP/SCA

A2789 Greenwald,L/Burzichelli,J+1 Driver road test-concerns REP

A3591 Zwicker,A/Holley,J+10 New Voter Empowerment Act REP

S307 Scs (SCS) Van Drew,J/Allen,D+3 Vet. Treatment Court Pilot Prog.-estab. REP/SCS

S713 Cruz-Perez,N+1 Mil. svc personnel-concerns interference REP

S726 Cruz-Perez,N/Oroho,S Vet.-extends full discrim. law prot. REP

S1228 Sca (1R) Vitale,J/Gill,N Voter regis. updates-driv. lic. renewal REP/SCA

S1497 Bucco,A.R./Pennacchio,J+1 Killed in Action flag-desig. St. flag REP

S1781 Bucco,A.R./Cruz-Perez,N Vietnam Vet of Amer. conventions-concern REP

S1835 Whelan,J Driver road test-concerns REP

S1840 Sca (1R) Ruiz,M Crim justice sys info-proh fee, stop pub REP/SCA

S2090 Sca (1R) Van Drew,J/Whelan,J Arts and tourism-incr. hotel fee rev. REP/SCA

S2107 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P/Kean,T+1 PERS, PFRS-concerns memb. REP/SCA

S2116 Beach,J/Gill,N New Voter Empowerment Act REP

S2267 Diegnan,P.J./Greenstein,L Asset forfeiture reporting req.-estab. REP

S2291 Greenstein,L/Holzapfel,J Interior light on-req, stopped by police REP

S2310 Sca (1R) Diegnan,P.J./Oroho,S Pub. contracts-concerns disclosure REP/SCA

SJR38 Sca (1R) Turner,S/Rice,R St. Commission on Urban Violence-estab. REP/SCA

SR50 Sca (1R) Weinberg,L/Kyrillos,J NJ & Taiwan-strong enduring relationship REP/SCA

Bills Referred/SBA:

S307 Scs (SCS) Van Drew,J/Allen,D+3 Vet. Treatment Court Pilot Prog.-estab.

S713 Cruz-Perez,N+1 Mil. svc personnel-concerns interference

S1497 Bucco,A.R./Pennacchio,J+1 Killed in Action flag-desig. St. flag

S1781 Bucco,A.R./Cruz-Perez,N Vietnam Vet of Amer. conventions-concern

S2291 Greenstein,L/Holzapfel,J Interior light on-req, stopped by police

 

Co-Sponsors Added:

S1601 (Bateman,C) Music Therapist Lic. Act

S1698 (Cruz-Perez,N) Vet. coordinators-concernx

S1771 (Cruz-Perez,N) Vet. co. ID cards-concerns elig.

S2141 (Singer,R) Black bear-remove, game species list

S2186 (Pennacchio,J) Lic. holder's info.-proh. St. disclosure

S2292 Sca (1R) (Bateman,C) Env. infrast. proj.-make loans

SCR12 (Cruz-Perez,N) Vet. prop. tax deduction-incr. to $500

SR48 (Singer,R) Black bear hunting season-oppose

Co-Prime Sponsors Added:

S790 (O'Toole,K) Correction officers-req. police training

S1436 (Cruz-Perez,N) G.I. Bill-prov. higher ed. benf. to vets

S1781 (Cruz-Perez,N) Vietnam Vet of Amer. conventions-concern

S2098 (Pennacchio,J) Fuel cell veh.-concerns

S2267 (Greenstein,L) Asset forfeiture reporting req.-estab.

S2291 (Holzapfel,J) Interior light on-req, stopped by police

SJR38 Sca (1R) (Rice,R) St. Commission on Urban Violence-estab.

SR50 Sca (1R) (Kyrillos,J) NJ & Taiwan-strong enduring relationship

The Senate adjourned at 11:30 A.M. on Friday, June 10, 2016 to meet again on Thursday, June 16, 2016 (QUORUM, Committee Groups 1 and 2 scheduled to meet).

 

ASSEMBLY ACTION

The Assembly did not meet. The Assembly will meet on Thursday, June 16, 2016 (SESSION).

Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:

None

Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (6/6/2016):

None