NEW JERSEY

LEGISLATIVE DIGEST



for September 9, 2002



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Vol. XIV No. 33 210th Legislature First Annual Session

SENATE ACTION (QUORUM)



Nominations Notice of Intention as of 8/22/2002:



TO BE AN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT:

Barry Albin, of Warren Township.



Nominations Notice of Intention as of 8/26/2002:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Frederic R. McDaniel, of Westfield.



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Frederic R. McDaniel, of Westfield.



TO BE A JUDGE OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION:

Salvatore A. Ingraffia, of Elmwood Park.

Watson P. Berich, of Red Bank.

Christopher V. Dietz, of Titusville.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY:

Barbara K. Snyder, M.D., of Plainfield, to replace Lynette M. Leming, resigned.

Jessica Mayfield, of Dayton, to replace Rachel Smith, resigned.

Monique Howard, Ed.D., of Voorhees, to replace Loretta Sweet Jemmott, resigned.



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

William J. Polistina, of Galloway Township, to replace Marvin Embry.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE:

Thomas F. Daly, Esq., of Rumson, to replace Robert Starr.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CONSOLIDATED POLICE AND FIREMEN'S PENSION FUND COMMISSION:

Leonard J. Roseman, of Metuchen, to replace Bertram Melchar, resigned.

William A. Nagy, Jr., of South Plainfield, to replace Sue Ann Ricci, resigned.

William Schlueter, of Old Bridge, to replace Nancy Naughton, resigned.

George A. Castro, of Elizabeth, to replace Bertram Melchar, resigned.

Thomas Tighe, of Sayreville.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DELAWARE AND RARITAN CANAL COMMISSION:

John Weingart, of Stockton, to replace R. William Pauley, resigned.

Mary M. Penney, of Skillman, to replace Marfy Goodspeed, resigned.







Nominations Received and Referred to SJU: (cont'd)



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

Lorraine M. Shields, of Thorofare, to replace Edith Paterson.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MARINE FISHERIES COUNCIL:

Patrick F. Donnelly, D.M.D., of Bricktown.

Frances E. Puskas, of Barnegat Light.



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

James P. Casey, of Spring Lake.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITIES:

Jack Alter, of Fort Lee, to replace Herbert Tate, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY COMMISSION ON SPINAL CORD RESEARCH:

Susan P. Howley, of Short Hills.

Kevin J. Hoagland, of New Brunswick, to replace Barbara Benevento, M.D., resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY HISTORIC TRUST:

Carolann Clynes, of Summit, to replace Alan Slaughter.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY PUBLIC BROADCASTING AUTHORITY:

Nina Mitchell Wells, Esq., of Livingston, to replace Edith Parham Melton, resigned.



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

Ernest James Scheidemann, of Clifton, to replace Matthew Trella, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMMISSION:

Irene Almeida, of Newark, to replace Angelina Paserchia.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PORT AUTHORITY OF NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY:

David S. Steiner, of West Orange, to replace Alan George Philibosian, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ROWAN UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

James B. Kehoe, of Berlin, to replace Albert Fralinger.

Kathleen M. Matteo, of Laurel Springs.



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

Kenneth James, of Penns Grove, to replace Robert Buechler, III.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING COMMISSION:

Joseph E. Krimko, of Ocean Grove, to replace Carol Ann Harbord Novrit.

Gail Davis, of Newark, to replace Robert L. Bildner, resigned.

Robert A. Munyan, of Manasquan, to replace April Aaronson, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING BOARD:

Mayor Meryl Frank, Ph.D., of Highland Park, to replace Booker Rice, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE INVESTMENT COUNCIL:

James M. Farrell, Esq., of Flemington, to replace Richard Spies, resigned.

Douglas A. Love, of Rumson, to replace J. Peter Skirkanich.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PLANNING COMMISSION:

Peter Lazaropoulos, of Medford, to replace Karen Kominsky, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF NEW JERSEY BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

John K. Sayers, of Roseland, to replace Milton J. Wigder, deceased.

Frank P. Leake, of Milltown, to replace Kathleen Sweeney.

John M. Mitch, of Avenel, to replace Anthony Bartolotta.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE TEACHERS' PENSION AND ANNUITY FUND BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Ernest W. Feist, P.E., of Monroe Township, to replace Marie Flynn.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE VETERANS' SERVICES COUNCIL:

Richard J. Clark, of Westfield.







Nominations Received and Referred to SJU: (cont'd)



TO BE AN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT:

Barry Albin, of Warren Township.



TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE DIVISION OF FIRE SAFETY:

Lawrence Petrillo, of Carteret, to replace William H. Cane, resigned.



TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE DIVISION OF GAMING ENFORCEMENT:

Thomas N. Auriemma, of Chatham Township, to replace John Peter Suarez, Esq., resigned.



TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE DIVISION OF PENSIONS AND BENEFITS:

Frederick J. Beaver, of Philadelphia, PA, to replace Thomas Bryan, Esq.



TO BE THE PASSAIC COUNTY PROSECUTOR:

James F. Avigliano, of Wayne.



Nominations Reported from Committee:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Frederic R. McDaniel, of Westfield.



TO BE A JUDGE OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION:

Salvatore A. Ingraffia, of Elmwood Park.

Watson P. Berich, of Red Bank.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ADVISORY BOARD ON CARNIVAL AMUSEMENT RIDE SAFETY:

William A. Zumsteg, of Toms River, to replace Roy Guillian.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE:

Thomas F. Daly, Esq., of Rumson, to replace Robert Starr.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CONSOLIDATED POLICE AND FIREMEN'S PENSION FUND COMMISSION:

George A. Castro, of Elizabeth, to replace Bertram Melchar, resigned.

Thomas Tighe, of Sayreville.

William Schlueter, of Old Bridge, to replace Nancy Naughton, resigned.

William A. Nagy, Jr., of South Plainfield, to replace Sue Ann Ricci, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING:

James A. Dunkins, M.ED., of Millville, to replace Gerard Velazquez, II.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DELAWARE RIVER PORT AUTHORITY:

Jacquelyn Love, of Deptford, to replace Joan Davis.



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

Joseph J. Nita, of North Brunswick.

Richard Lorentzen, of Iselin, to replace Bert L. Buckler.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AUTHORITY:

Robert Medina, of Long Valley, to replace Susan Davis, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Frank J. Ryan, of Belle Mead, to replace Martin Tuchman.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS COMMISSION:

James W. Mastriani, of Wall, to replace Andrew Muscato, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE AUTHORITY:

John Hibbs, of Millstone, to replace Raymond Pocino, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMMISSION:

Alan C. Levine, of Paterson, to replace Irene Almeida.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE SOUTH JERSEY PORT CORPORATION:

Jonathan S. Gershen, of Princeton, to replace Robert Workman, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS:

Joseph J. Louro, D.C., of Spring Lake, to replace Robert A. Apuzzio, D.C.











Nominations Reported from Committee: (cont'd)



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE INVESTMENT COUNCIL:

Douglas A. Love, of Rumson, to replace J. Peter Skirkanich.

James M. Farrell, Esq., of Flemington, to replace Richard Spies, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF NEW JERSEY BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

John K. Sayers, of Roseland, to replace Milton J. Wigder, deceased.

John M. Mitch, of Avenel, to replace Anthony Bartolotta.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY OF NEW JERSEY BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

John P. Ferguson, of Park Ridge, to replace Allen Chin.



TO BE AN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT:

Barry Albin, of Warren Township.



TO BE THE DIRECTOR OF THE DIVISION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL:

Jerry Fischer, Esq., of Burlington Township.



TO BE THE PASSAIC COUNTY PROSECUTOR:

James F. Avigliano, of Wayne.



TO BE THE PUBLIC DEFENDER:

Yvonne Smith Segars, Esq., of Ridgewood, to replace Ivelisse Torres, Esq., deceased.



Nominations Withdrawn:



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

John J. Gentile, of Paulsboro, to replace Edith Paterson.



Bills Introduced/Without Reference/Given Second Reading:



SCR66 Codey,R/Bennett,J Leg Back to Sch Mo-estab Sept 16-Oct 11

SR911 Bennett,J/Codey,R+38 September 11, 2001-commemorate

Bills Introduced:



S1753 Cafiero,J/Connors,L+11 Radiation-concerns med supplies/drugs REF SJU

S1754 Inverso,P Court proceedings-concerns REF SJU

S1755 Bryant,W Inmates-concerns ed. prog. REF SLP

SR81 Furnari,G/Sweeney,S+17 Investment Prot Principles-subscribe REF SSG



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A380 Wisniewski,J/Geist,G+1 Paydays falling on nonwork days-concerns REP

A1558 AcaSca (2R) Greenwald,L/Guear,G+7 Amber's Plan-estab. abducted child alert REP/SCA

A2308 AcaSca (2R) Fisher,D/Doria,J+16 Textbook sharing-concerns REP/SCA

ACR39 Previte,M+50 Juv. offender housing-not leg. intent REP

AJR17 Sca (1R) Conaway,H/Blee,F+6 Minority Health Month-desig. September REP/SCA

S118 Bennett,J/Palaia,J Sch. Asthma Protocol Task Force;$15K REP

S213 Sca (1R) Connors,L Personal watercraft-revise laws REP/SCA

S333 Bark,M/Bucco,A Homestead prop. tax reimb.-elig. REP

S677 Sca (1R) Ciesla,A Ephedrine products-proh. sale to minors REP/SCA

S795 Sca (1R) Turner,S/Palaia,J Sch. bus driv.-screening procedures REP/SCA

S948 Turner,S+1 Police/Firefighter Home-buyer Asst. Act REP

S1102 Martin,R Handicapped children-retrofit co. parks REP

S1229/1737 Scs (SCS) Adler,J/Bagger,R Amber's Plan-estab alert, abducted child REP/SCS

S1257 Singer,R Homestead prop. tax reimb.-revise elig. REP

S1319 Bryant,W Sch.-time curfew ordinance-mun. adopt REP

S1341 Matheussen,J/Allen,D+3 Sr. Prop. Tax Freeze Prot. Act REP

S1495 Sca (1R) Bryant,W Ergonomics in Ed. Study Comm.-estab. REP/SCA











Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading: (cont'd)



S1498 Inverso,P/Palaia,J+2 Sch. breakfast prog.-mand. participation REP

S1610 Sca (1R) Allen,D Traumatic brain injuries-concerns resid. REP/SCA

S1611 Sca (1R) Bucco,A/Palaia,J Occupational training ctrs.-bus tax cred REP/SCA

S1642 Sweeney,S/Coniglio,J Homestead prop. tax reimb-concerns elig. REP

S1664 Scs (SCS) Coniglio,J/Sweeney,S Hearing aids-concerns coverage REP/SCS

S1705 Rice,R Crimes-loc. housing auth. report REP

S1709 Sca (1R) Inverso,P/Palaia,J Sch. bd. emp., bus driv.-dismissal REP/SCA

S1713 Sca (1R) Sweeney,S/Coniglio,J Textbook sharing-concerns REP/SCA

S1743 Turner,S Bd. of ed.-concerns use of cred. card REP

SCR49 Kenny,B/Cardinale,G Juv. offender housing-not leg. intent REP

SJR35 Sca (1R) Turner,S Minority Health Month-desig. April REP/SCA



Bills Referred/SBA:



S333 Bark,M/Bucco,A Homestead prop. tax reimb.-elig.

S948 Turner,S+1 Police/Firefighter Home-buyer Asst. Act

S1102 Martin,R Handicapped children-retrofit co. parks

S1257 Singer,R Homestead prop. tax reimb.-revise elig.

S1341 Matheussen,J/Allen,D+3 Sr. Prop. Tax Freeze Prot. Act

S1498 Inverso,P/Palaia,J+2 Sch. breakfast prog.-mand. participation

S1611 Sca (1R) Bucco,A/Palaia,J Occupational training ctrs.-bus tax cred

S1642 Sweeney,S/Coniglio,J Homestead prop. tax reimb-concerns elig.

S1664 Scs (SCS) Coniglio,J/Sweeney,S Hearing aids-concerns coverage



Bills Combined:



S1737 Kyrillos,J/Girgenti,J+7 Children, missing or abducted-concerns COMB/W S1229



Bills Withdrawn From The Files:



S641 Inverso,P Youth suicide-create reporting system FROM SHH

S856 Bennett,J Tobacco products sales tax-incr. FROM SBA

S977 Inverso,P Capital City-prov. addl. St. aid FROM SCU

S1216 Turner,S Library material recycling prog.-estab. FROM SCU

S1437 Inverso,P+1 Aerial spray application-concerns FROM STR



Co-Sponsors Added:



S116 (Bucco,A)

S120 (Bucco,A)

S137 (Furnari,G)

S195 (Matheussen,J)

S240 Sca (1R) (Sweeney,S)

S247 (Coniglio,J)

S249 (Coniglio,J)

S311 (Connors,L)

S314 (Cafiero,J)

S392 (Coniglio,J)

S419 (Sweeney,S)

S445 (Matheussen,J)

S481 (Buono,B)

S639 (Buono,B)

S652 (Cafiero,J)

S666 (Coniglio,J)

S860 Sca (1R) (Turner,S)

S908 (Singer,R)

S914 Sca (1R) (Bennett,J)

S927 (Charles,J; Smith,B; Palaia,J; Lesniak,R; James,S; Kyrillos,J; Adler,J; Codey,R; Cardinale,G; Cafiero,J; Buono,B;

Bucco,A; Bark,M; Baer,B; Suliga,J; Connors,L; Girgenti,J; Vitale,J)

S988 (Bagger,R)

S1065 (Lesniak,R)

S1115 (Buono,B)

S1156 Sca (1R) (Turner,S)







Co-Sponsors Added: (cont'd)



S1200 (Connors,L; Bagger,R; Singer,R)

S1248 (Matheussen,J)

S1263 (Sweeney,S)

S1341 (Cafiero,J; Palaia,J)

S1408 (Bennett,J)

S1421 (Sweeney,S)

S1434 Sca (1R) (Singer,R)

S1477 (Coniglio,J)

S1478 (Matheussen,J)

S1481 (Singer,R; Ciesla,A)

S1498 (Allen,D; Cafiero,J)

S1504 (Matheussen,J)

S1550 (Vitale,J)

S1584 (Turner,S)

S1629 (Singer,R)

S1712 (Sweeney,S)

S1735 (Bucco,A)

S1753 (Allen,D; Inverso,P; Palaia,J; Bucco,A; Ciesla,A; Bennett,J; Kavanaugh,W; McNamara,H; Cardinale,G; Sweeney,S; Buono,B)

SR71 (Bennett,J)

SR81 (Coniglio,J; Bryant,W; Adler,J; Turner,S; Gill,N; Smith,B; Vitale,J; Buono,B; Girgenti,J; Charles,J; Kenny,B; Lesniak,R; Baer,B; Rice,R; Sacco,N; James,S; Codey,R)

SR911 (Adler,J; Allen,D; Baer,B; Bagger,R; Bark,M; Bennett,J; Bryant,W; Bucco,A; Buono,B; Cafiero,J; Cardinale,G; Charles,J; Ciesla,A; Codey,R; Coniglio,J; Connors,L; Furnari,G; Gill,N; Girgenti,J; Gormley,W; Inverso,P; James,S; Kavanaugh,W; Kenny,B; Kyrillos,J; Lance,L; Lesniak,L; Littell,R; Martin,R; Matheussen,J; McNamara,H; Palaia,J; Rice,R; Sacco,N; Singer,R; Smith,B; Suliga,J; Sweeney,S; Turner,S; Vitale,J)



Co-Sponsors Withdrawn:



S147 (Bagger,R)



Co-Prime Sponsors Added:



S118 (Palaia,J)

S137 (Matheussen,J)

S314 (Palaia,J)

S380 (Bucco,A)

S795 Sca (1R) (Palaia,J)

S841 (Bucco,A)

S847 (Cafiero,J)

S1028 (Cardinale,G)

S1060 (Bucco,A)

S1273 (Bucco,A)

S1332 (Gill,N)

S1435 (Bucco,A)

S1498 (Palaia,J)

S1611 Sca (1R) (Palaia,J)



The Senate President has made the following appointments:



*Effective July 9, 2002



World Language Instruction Committee:



Senator Joseph A. Palaia (11)



*Effective July 18, 2002



Joint Legislative Committee on Ethical Standards:



Albert Burstein, of Teaneck to replace David Furman, resigned.









The Senate President has made the following appointments: (cont'd)



*Effective August 2, 2002



New Jersey Human Relations Council Executive Committee:



Sherie Y. Jenkins of Monroe Township.



*Effective August 16, 2002



Corporation Business Tax Study Commission:



Michael N. Kasparian, of Ho-Ho-Kus.



Senate Task Force on Science and Technology:



Senator Joseph Coniglio (38)



*Effective September 6, 2002



Fire Safety Commission:



Senator John A. Girgenti (35)



State Beach Erosion Commission:



Senator Bernard F. Kenny, Jr. (33)



Commission on Science and Technology:



Senator Barbara Buono (18)



The Senate adjourned at 6:08 P.M. to meet on Thursday, September 12, 2002 (SESSION).



ASSEMBLY ACTION (QUORUM)



Bills Introduced:



A2516 Sires,A Save Ellis Island;$1M REF AAP

A2517 Sires,A Elections-concerns hours and pay REF AAP

A2648 D'Amato,P/Cohen,N Real prop relating to terrorism-concerns REF AHS

A2649 Quigley,J/Fraguela,R Hwy. rights-of-way-concerns REF ATR

A2650 D'Amato,P/Blee,F Omnibus Auto Insur. Restructuring Act REF ABI

A2651 Stender,L Uniform Constr. Code Act viol-incr penal REF AHO

A2652 Asselta,N Farm wineries-concerns REF ALP

A2653 Conaway,H/McKeon,J+1 Med. malpractice actions-minor's filing REF AJU

A2654 Stender,L/Gusciora,R Recycled asphalt-permits use REF ATR

A2655 Stender,L/Gusciora,R Recycled asphalt-permits use REF ATR

A2656 Conaway,H/Conners,J Campaign contrib. disclosure-req. REF ASG

A2657 Garrett,E Ed. Loan Redemption Prog.-estab. REF AED

A2658 Conaway,H/McKeon,J+3 Patient Safety Act-concerns analyses REF AHH

A2659 Wisniewski,J/Cohen,N+1 Surplus Lines Insur. Guaranty Fd.-claims REF ABI

A2660 Asselta,N St. auth. contracts-concerns REF ASG

A2661 Sires,A UEZ-extends desig. period REF AAP

AR168 Stender,L Natl. Heritage Area-req. desig. REF AAN

AR169 Stender,L/Gusciora,R Recycled Asphalt Pavement-urge co/mun. REF ATR



Bills Received from Governor/Conditional Veto:



A2264 Aca (1R) Stanley,C/Eagler,P+6 Health prof. lic.-crim. hist. check req.



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A817 Acs (ACS) Conaway,H/Conners,J Hwy corridor redevel zone-tax exclusions REP/ACS

A1786 Myers,C/Merkt,R+1 Vendors-pay sales tax for customers REP

A2396 Tucker,D/Watson Coleman,B+28 NJ-Africa Comm.-estab. REP



Bills Reported Referred/ALP:



A2641 Impreveduto,A/Moran,J Alco. bev. lic. penal.-concerns REP REF ALP



Bills Withdrawn From The Files:



A185 Vandervalk,C+1 Physicians speeding to emerg-penal exemp FROM ALP

A477 Bateman,C Bear mgmt.;$2M FROM AAN



Co-Sponsors Added:



A141 (Munoz,E)

A173 (Garrett,E)

A192 (Diegnan,P)

A273 (Biondi,P; Cryan,J)

A305 (Guear,G)

A518 (Edwards,W)

A540 (Arnone,M; Conaway,H)

A573 (Friscia,A; Weinberg,L)

A591 (Payne,W)

A594 (Guear,G)

A783 (D'Amato,P)

A788 (D'Amato,P)

A794 (D'Amato,P)

A851 (Edwards,W)

A887 (Diegnan,P)

A944 (Weinberg,L)

A1065 (Munoz,E)

A1102 (Munoz,E)

A1509 (Geist,G)

A1686 (Guear,G)

A1713 (Arnone,M)

A1728 (Guear,G)

A1796 (Russo,D)

A1893 (Diegnan,P; Quigley,J)

A1912 (Wolfe,D)

A1913 (Arnone,M; Quigley,J; Previte,M)

A1924 Aca (1R) (Previte,M)

A1933 (Thompson,S; Conaway,H; Conners,J; Cryan,J; Quigley,J)

A1934 (Van Drew,J)

A1987 (Van Drew,J)

A2020 (Connors,C; Moran,J)

A2047 Aca (1R) (Guear,G)

A2077 (Cryan,J; Munoz,E; Quigley,J)

A2129 Aca (1R) (Quigley,J; Arnone,M; Guear,G)

A2143 (Cryan,J; Quigley,J)

A2178 (Cryan,J; Thompson,S)

A2179 (Kean,T)

A2215 (Van Drew,J)

A2229 (Guear,G)

A2249 (Guear,G)

A2266 (Diegnan,P; Previte,M)

A2270 (Guear,G)







Co-Sponsors Added: (cont'd)



A2293 (Roberts,J)

A2353 (Chivukula,U; Weinberg,L)

A2378 (McKeon,J)

A2379 (D'Amato,P; Blee,F; Cryan,J)

A2440 (Guear,G)

A2449 (Arnone,M)

A2462 (Chivukula,U)

A2467 (Previte,M)

A2476 (McKeon,J)

A2487 (Barnes,P)

A2498 (Weinberg,L; Russo,D; Merkt,R; Johnson,G)

A2532 (Van Drew,J)

A2591 (Wolfe,D; Holzapfel,J)

A2607 (Guear,G)

A2615 (Guear,G)

A2625 (Guear,G; Cruz-Perez,N)

A2643 (McKeon,J)

A2647 (Guear,G; Arnone,M)

ACR28 (Malone,J; Cottrell,M)

AR51 (Guear,G)



Co-Sponsors Withdrawn:



A1966 (Barnes,P)



Second Prime Sponsors Added:



A907 (McKeon,J)

A2335 (Asselta,N)

A2337 (Greenstein,L)

A2360 (Russo,D)

A2456 (Van Drew,J)

A2470 (Chivukula,U)

ACR107 (Gregg,G)

AR146 (Sires,A)



Third Prime Sponsors Added:



A733 (Kean,T)

A2083 (Cruz-Perez,N)

A2489 (Conners,J)

A2498 (Ahearn,M)



The Assembly Speaker has made the following appointments:



*Effective June 28, 2002



State Council for Adult Literacy Education Services:



Martha Leibman, of Mercerville.



Assembly Task Force on Privacy Issues:



Elizabeth Mitchell , of Gibbstown.













The Assembly Speaker has made the following appointments: (cont'd)

*Effective July 17, 2002



Economic Development Site Task Force:



Charlie Thomas (Chair), of Bridgeton, to replace Thomas Haaf.

Nicholas Wulderk, Jr., of Woodstown, to replace Margaret Smith.



Corporation Business Tax Study Commission:



Frank Huttle, III, of Englewood.



Disadvantaged Youth Employment Opportunities Council:



Robert Schiavinato, of Pennsauken.



Coordinating Committee on Youth:



Beverly Jackson, of Voorhees.



World Language Instruction Committee:



Assemblyman Upendra Chivukula (17), to replace Hemant Wadhwani, of Elmwood Park.



Governor's Lyme Disease Advisory Council:



Richard Evan Krieger, MD, of Wayne, to replace Joseph L. Gugliotta, MD.



*Effective July 19, 2002



Casino Revenue Fund Advisory Commission:



Kay Nest, of Fort Lee, to replace James J. Mancini.



*Effective August 2, 2002



Drinking Water Quality Institute Committee:



Barbara Simpson, of Princeton, to replace Tavit O. Najarian, Sc.D.



Advisory Council on Adolescent Pregnancy:



Violet Cherry, of Englewood.



*Effective August 12, 2002



Advisory Council to Promote the Profession of Nursing:



Virginia A. Spiegel, of Springfield Township.







The Assembly Speaker has made the following appointments: (cont'd)



*Effective August 12, 2002



Drinking Water Quality Institute Committee:



David Pringle, of Cranford, to replace Ella Filippone.



*Effective August 15, 2002



Drinking Water Quality Institute Committee:



Raymond J. DiFrancesco, of Ewing, to replace Albert D. Marino.



*Effective August 22, 2002



State Economic Recovery Board



Majority Leader Joseph J. Roberts, Jr. (5)



State Minority and Multicultural Health Advisory Commission:



Dr. Antony Stephen of Elizabeth, to replace Dr. Eric Munoz (21)



*Effective August 23, 2002



Assembly Water Supply and Drought Emergency Legislative Panel:



Assemblyman Paul R. D'Amato (2)

Assemblyman Peter J. Biondi (16)



Assembly Task Force on Privacy Issues:



Assemblywoman Clare M. Farragher (12)

Assemblyman George F. Geist (4)



New Jersey Human Relations Council Executive Committee:



Assemblyman Melvin Cottrell (30)



Continuing Care Advisory Council:



Assemblyman Eric Munoz (21)



Advisory Council on Arthritis:



Assemblyman Francis J. Blee (2)



State Beach Erosion Commission:



Assemblyman Nicholas Asselta (1)

Assemblyman Steve Corodemus (11)



The Assembly Speaker has made the following appointments: (cont'd)



*Effective August 23, 2002



Parole Advisory Board:



Assemblyman John E. Rooney (39)



New Jersey Israel Commission:



Assemblyman Joseph R. Malone III (30)

Assemblywoman Rose Marie Heck (38)



Governor's Advisory Council on AIDS:



Assemblywoman Charlotte Vandervalk (39)



Korean Veterans' Memorial Commission:



Assemblyman Joseph Azzolina (13)



Intergovernmental Relations Commission:



Assemblyman Richard A. Merkt (25)

Assemblyman John E. Rooney (39)



New Jersey Information Resources Management Commission:



Assemblywoman Clare M. Farragher (12)



Regulatory Impact Advisory Task Force:



Assemblyman Samuel D. Thompson (13)



*Effective August 27, 2002



Assembly Task Force on Fiscal Responsibility:



Assemblyman Joseph J. Roberts, Jr. (5), Chair

Assemblyman John J. Burzichelli (3)

Assemblywoman Joan M. Quigley (32)

Assemblyman Wilfredo Caraballo (29)

Assemblyman Jerry Green (22)

Assemblyman Paul A. Sarlo (36)

Assemblyman Guy R. Gregg (24)

Assemblyman Michael J. Doherty (23)

Assemblyman Paul R. D'Amato (2)











Notes to the June 28, 2002 Legislative Digest:



Bills Passed:



A710 AaSa (2R) Weinberg,L/Cottrell,M+11 Discrim. in housing-concerns (72-3-2) *NOT* (71-3-2)

A972 AcaSca (2R) Holzapfel,J/Barnes,P+8 Drunk driving complaint-extend file time (77-0-0) *NOT* (76-0-0)

A1880 Sca (1R) Van Drew,J/Smith,R+1 Lobsters-concerns (72-2-0) *NOT* (71-2-0)

S658 Sca (1R) Bagger,R/Allen,D+6 Workplace Viol. Task Force-estab. (73-1-2) *NOT* (72-1-2)

S1198 Sca (1R) Sweeney,S/Adler,J+3 Assault, youth sporting event-upgrade (69-6-2) *NOT* (69-5-2)



The Assembly adjourned at 7:00 P.M. to meet on Thursday, September 12, 2002 (QUORUM, Committee Groups "C" and "D" Scheduled to Meet).



Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:



None



Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (7/2/2002):



P.L.2002, c.41. A1980 Aca (1R) Roberts,J/Stanley,C 07/12/2002 Police & FF convention leave-modify prov

P.L.2002, c.42. S577 ScaAa (2R) Codey,R/Burzichelli,J+6 07/12/2002 Retir. benf.-issue refunding bonds

P.L.2002, c.43. S428 ScsSaSa (SCS/1R) Bryant,W/Bark,M+2 07/22/2002 Mun Rehabilitation, Econ Recovery Act

P.L.2002, c.44. A1926 AcaAca (2R) Egan,J+57 07/25/2002 Pub. works contracts-concerns labor org.

P.L.2002, c.45. A2513 Caraballo,W+2 07/30/2002 Mobile Telecommunications Sourcing Act

P.L.2002, c.46. A2372 Aca (1R) Sires,A/Malone,J+6 08/01/2002 Bargaining unit-concerns fees

P.L.2002, c.47. S533 SaAcaAa (3R) James,S/Caraballo,W 08/02/2002 Water/wastewater treatment svcs-concerns

P.L.2002, c.48. S1718 Littell,R/Kenny,B+1 08/02/2002 Pupil transp.-incl. FY2003 approp. act

P.L.2002, c.49. S658 Sca (1R) Bagger,R/Allen,D+6 08/03/2002 Workplace Viol. Task Force-estab.

P.L.2002, c.50. S894 Aca (1R) Bennett,J/Doria,J 08/03/2002 Safety prof., cert.-proh. advertising

P.L.2002, c.51. S1103 ScaSa (2R) Bagger,R/Munoz,E+2 08/03/2002 Tax bd. memb., co.-incr. memb.

P.L.2002, c.52. S1139 ScaAca (2R) Codey,R/Singer,R+6 08/03/2002 United We Stand-estab. lic. plate

P.L.2002, c.53. S1198 Sca (1R) Sweeney,S/Adler,J+3 08/03/2002 Assault, youth sporting event-upgrade

P.L.2002, c.54. S1553 Furnari,G/Gormley,W+3 08/03/2002 JRS-concerns survivor benf.

P.L.2002, c.55. S1680 Vitale,J/Matheussen,J+5 08/03/2002 Med. malpractice-concerns insurers

P.L.2002, c.56. A972 AcaSca (2R) Holzapfel,J/Barnes,P+8 08/03/2002 Drunk driving complaint-extend file time

P.L.2002, c.57. A1880 Sca (1R) Van Drew,J/Smith,R+1 08/03/2002 Lobsters-concerns

P.L.2002, c.58. A1888 AcaAaSa (3R) Greenwald,L/Weinberg,L+11 08/03/2002 Hepatitis B vaccinations-concerns

P.L.2002, c.59. A1956 Quigley,J/Doria,J+1 08/03/2002 Mun. deputy clerks-appoint two, cert mun

P.L.2002, c.60. A2098 Acs (ACS) Smith,R/Johnson,G+6 08/03/2002 Drug test, defraud-proh. product sale

P.L.2002, c.61. A2429 Sca (1R) Caraballo,W/O'Toole,K+1 08/03/2002 Co. prosecutor, acting-clarifies salary

P.L.2002, c.62. S83 ScsAa (SCS/1R) Singer,R/Bennett,J+10 08/06/2002 Electric pub. util.-concerns

P.L.2002, c.63. S256 Sca (1R) Bucco,A/Palaia,J+5 08/06/2002 Student's disciplinary records-transfer

P.L.2002, c.64. S395 Sca (1R) Sacco,N/Singer,R+4 08/14/2002 Urban enterprise zones-concerns

P.L.2002, c.65. S1656 Sca (1R) Gormley,W/Codey,R+10 08/14/2002 Casino gambling and proceeds-concerns

P.L.2002, c.66. A732 Greenstein,L/Gusciora,R+5 08/14/2002 David J. Goldberg Transp. Bldg.-desig.

P.L.2002, c.67. A1743 Sa (1R) Johnson,G/Ahearn,M+3 08/14/2002 Towing operators-accept cash or credit

P.L.2002, c.68. A2187 (CC) Van Drew,J/Asselta,N+1 08/14/2002 UEZ, jt.-clarifies parameters

P.L.2002, c.69. A2263 Aca (1R) Gusciora,R/Sires,A+25 08/14/2002 Env. Infrastructure Trust-concerns

P.L.2002, c.70. A2273 Gusciora,R/Sires,A+29 08/14/2002 Env. infrastructure proj.-approp. fds.

P.L.2002, c.71. A2274/2339 Acs (ACS) Gusciora,R/Sires,A+28 08/14/2002 Env. Infrastructure Trust-expenditure

P.L.2002, c.72. A2312 Acs (ACS) Van Drew,J/Asselta,N+2 08/14/2002 Phase 2 Tourism Funding-provides

P.L.2002, c.73. A2359 Aca (1R) Smith,R/Quigley,J+5 08/15/2002 Airport emp.-crim hist background checks

P.L.2002, c.74. A446 Sca (1R) Smith,R/Greenwald,L+7 08/26/2002 Athletic codes of conduct-permits

P.L.2002, c.75. A1301 Sca (1R) Payne,W/Stanley,C+30 08/28/2002 Amistad Comm.-estab.

P.L.2002, c.76. S889 ScsSa (SCS/1R) Smith,B/McNamara,H+8 08/29/2002 Land preserv., cert.-concerns

P.L.2002, c.77. S239 Suliga,J/Stender,L+2 09/05/2002 Toll rd auth-inform motorist, towing fee

P.L.2002, c.78. S575 Sca (1R) Codey,R/Coniglio,J+22 09/05/2002 Constr. contracts, cert-prevailing wages

P.L.2002, c.79. A103 Thompson,S+4 09/05/2002 Blood donation-concerns age

P.L.2002, c.80. A332 O'Toole,K/Geist,G+8 09/05/2002 Mun. meetings-permits pub. participation

P.L.2002, c.81. A701 AcsSca (ACS/1R) Weinberg,L/Vandervalk,C+8 09/05/2002 Home care prov-give patient emp info

P.L.2002, c.82. A710 AaSa (2R) Weinberg,L/Cottrell,M+11 09/05/2002 Discrim. in housing-concerns

P.L.2002, c.83. A1874/1526 Acs (ACS) McKeon,J/Sarlo,P+25 09/06/2002 Harassment prev. policy-sch. dist. adopt

P.L.2002, c.84. S869 Sca (1R) Bark,M/Lesniak,R+1 09/09/2002 Transition bonds-concerns