NEW JERSEY

LEGISLATIVE DIGEST



for May 6, 2004



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Vol. XVI No. 19 211th Legislature First Annual Session

SENATE ACTION (QUORUM)



Nominations Notice of Intention:



TO BE AN ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT:

Roberto A. Rivera-Soto, of Haddonfield.



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Richard Hoffman, of Mullica Hill.

Lawrence DeBello, of Jersey City.

Louise Donaldson, of Haddonfield.

Harvey Weissbard, of Maplewood.

Anthony Mellaci, Jr., of West Long Branch.

John Langan, of Allendale.

Jane Cantor, of North Brunswick.

Mary K. White, of West Deptford.

William Cook, of Haddonfield.

Camille Kenny, of Westfield.

Eugene McCaffrey, Jr., of Woodbury.

Jane Grall, of Avon by the Sea.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE 9-1-1 COMMISSION:

Neal Carroll, of River Edge.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT:

Joseph Ferrante, Jr., of Ridgewood, to replace George Farrand.

Jack Whitman, of Milltown, to replace Paul Matacera.

Mary Ellen Lyons, of Wayne, to replace Donald Bryan, Esq.

Mary E. Marchetta, of Princeton, to replace Peter Lillo, resigned.

John J. Pislor, of Glen Rock, to replace George Luciano.

John C. Sworaski, of Pennsauken, to replace George Koehler, Ph.D.

Dennis M. Toft, Esq., of Berkeley Heights, to replace Peter deWilde.

Michael S. Keszler, of West Long Branch, to replace Thomas Blanchet.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTIC CITY CONVENTION CENTER AUTHORITY:

Joseph A. Maressa, Jr., Esq., of Waterford, to replace John Lucas.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS - RUTGERS UNIVERSITY:

Reverend M. William Moses Howard, Jr., of Lawrenceville, to replace P. Roy Vagelos, M.D., resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CASINO CONTROL COMMISSION:

Lt. Col. Michael A. Fedorko, of West Trenton.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS IN CHILDREN RELIEF FUND COMMISSION:

Jeffrey Richard Boscamp, M.D., of Tenafly.

Carl W. Underland, of Haddonfield, to replace Brenda Harris-Tynes, resigned.

Virginia G. Hammer, of Sicklerville, to replace Deborah Tedesco.





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



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COMMISSION ON UNIFORM LEGISLATION:

Barry H. Evenchick, Esq., of Livingston.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL ON ARMED FORCES AND VETERANS' AFFAIRS:

George M. Ring, of Watchung, to replace Philip Haines.

Carmine J. Spinelli, of Whitehouse Station.



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

Richard C. Albert, of West Trenton, to replace Winona Nash, resigned.

John Weingart, of Stockton.

Mayor Phyllis L. Marchand, of Princeton, to replace Mary Penney.

David H. Knight, of Hopewell, to replace Samuel Herzog, resigned.



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

Charles Cart, of Newton, to replace Joseph Bellina.

Mayor David Del Vecchio, of Lambertville, to replace Andrew Tirpok, Jr.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DOMESTIC SECURITY PREPAREDNESS TASK FORCE:

Ronald J. Riccio, Esq., of Little Silver.

Abe Oster, of Englewood.

Herbert E. Spiegel, Ph.D., of Cedar Grove, to replace Lydia Lee Sohn, Ph.D.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE:

Joseph P. Miele, of Far Hills.

Roland Traynor, of Sicklerville, to replace John Gluck.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE HEALTH CARE FACILITIES FINANCING AUTHORITY:

Jeffrey S. Brown, Esq., of Wyckoff, to replace Thomas A. Zelante, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE KEAN UNIVERSITY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Joseph A. Ginarte, Esq., of New Vernon, to replace Lowell Harwood.

Joseph Wilf, of Hillside.

Helyn P. Baltimore, of East Orange, to replace Eugene Enlow, Esq.

Robert W. Cockren, Esq., of Westfield.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE LAKE HOPATCONG COMMISSION:

Wayne T. McCabe, of Newton, to replace Lorraine Lees.

M. Elizabeth Gantert, of Mount Arlington, to replace Samuel Hoagland, III.

Horace Chamberlain, of Oak Ridge, to replace Anthony Albanese, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

William T. Mullen, of Succasunna, to replace Jonathan Spicehandler, M.D.

Ralph A. La Rossa, of Allendale, to replace Scott Williams.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MOTION PICTURE AND TELEVISION DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION:

Michael Proscia, of North Bergen.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY ADVISORY COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN:

Esther Suarez, of Fort Lee, to replace Barbara Muzetska.

Edithe A. Fulton, of Toms River, to replace Evelynn Snyder Caterson, Esq.

Louvenia Major, of Somerset, to replace Mary Bustillo Donahue, resigned.

Debbie Walsh, of Highland Park, to replace Dianne Adele Mills McKay, Esq.

Elsa Candelario, of Mount Laurel, to replace Evelyn Justesen.

Carmen Twillie Ambar, of New Brunswick, to replace Barbara Albu Lehman.

Debra Milecofsky Wachspress, of Lawrenceville, to replace Marguerite Merritt.

Mary Wells, of Moorestown, to replace Nadine Ranade.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY CEMETERY BOARD:

Robert Guzman, of Union City, to replace Stephen Hehl, Esq.

Waheed Khalid, of Palisades Park, to replace Marianne Panico.

Anthony F. Di Lorenzo, of Morris Township, to replace David Mallach, resigned.

Bernard Wishnia, Esq., of Livingston, to replace William C. Nichols.

Frank J. De Geeter, Jr., of Franklin Lakes.



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

Tung-Lung Chang, Ph.D., of Livingston.

Henry A. Coleman, Ph.D., of Woodbridge.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH COMMISSION BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Joseph A. Fede, of Colonia, to replace Peter Novello, resigned.



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



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION:

Laurence M. Downes, of Princeton Junction.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY COMMISSION ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY:

David P. Beck, Ph.D., of Moorestown, to replace William Baker, resigned.



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

Arthur F. Weinbach, of Short Hills.

Kevin F. Toolan, of Englishtown, to replace William Eventoff, Ph.D.

Stephen P. De Palma, of Long Branch.

Peter M. Cistaro, of Boonton.

James Burns, Esq., of Middletown.

Phil K. Beachem, of Wall, to replace Robert Ferris, Jr., resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY MEADOWLANDS COMMISSION:

Arlene Walther, of North Bergen.



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

Kenneth F. Kunzman, Esq., of West Orange, to replace Steven Fiske, M.D.

Donna A. Sanzari, of Ho-Ho-Kus, to replace Gail Vernick.

Liane P. Levenson, Esq., of Margate, to replace Betty Pawlowski.

Michael Maggiano, of Fort Lee, to replace Liz Thomas.



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

Raymond T. Bolanowski, Esq., of Bayville, to replace Gerald Dorf, Esq,.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY SPORTS AND EXPOSITION AUTHORITY:

Reverend Dr. David Jefferson, of Warren, to replace Candace Straight.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY TOURISM ADVISORY COUNCIL:

Diane F. Wieland, of Cape May Court House, to replace Barbara Steele.

Robert Schwartz, of Manalapan.

Judi London, of Cherry Hill, to replace Catherine Day.

Michael P. Weinstein, Ph.D., of Millburn.



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

Angelo J. Genova, Esq., of Cedar Grove, to replace Honorable William Martini, Esq., resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE RAMAPO COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

W. Peter Mc Bride, of Franklin Lakes.

Edward Zarnock, of Roselle, to replace Raymond Ocasio.

Thomas A. Zelante, Esq., of Morris Township, to replace Thomas Dunn, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE RICHARD STOCKTON STATE COLLEGE - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

James W. Yoh, Ph.D., of Medford.



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

Susan M. Powell, of Medford, to replace Virginia Rowan Smith.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE:

Michael J. Seery, Sr., of Monroeville, to replace Frank Baitinger, III.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE:

Milton Eachus, of Pilesgrove, to replace Stephen Dey, II, D.V.M.

William V. Griffin, of Plainsboro, to replace George Dean.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL PLANNERS:

Joseph M. Petrongolo, C.L.A., R.L.A., P.P., of Blackwood, to replace John Kellogg.

Raymond L. Holmes, P.L.S., P.P., of New Brunswick, to replace Joanne Harkins-Leadley, resigned.

Perry L. Schwartz, Ph.D.,P.E., P.P., of Freehold, to replace Joseph H. Burgis.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Susanne Svizeny, of New Hope, Pennsylvania, to replace Robert Gladstone, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE THOMAS A. EDISON STATE COLLEGE - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Fred J. Abbate, Ph.D., of Moorestown.











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



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE URBAN ENTERPRISE ZONE AUTHORITY:

Honorable Donna M. Pearson, of Bridgeton, to replace Richard Messner.

Ambar I. Abelar, of Red Bank, to replace Neil Norton.

Raymundo C. Benitez, of Cherry Hill, to replace Edward Trawinski, Esq.

Lewis V. Hurd, of Linden, to replace Marco Navarro.



TO BE A WORKERS' COMPENSATION JUDGE:

Bradley Henson, Sr., of Ship Bottom.



TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

James W. Faison, III, of Gibbsboro.

Stephanie Wauters, of Toms River.



Nominations Reported from Committee:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Jane Cantor, of North Brunswick.

William Cook, of Haddonfield.

Camille Kenny, of Westfield.

Norman Peer, of Shrewsbury.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE 9-1-1 COMMISSION:

Joseph T. Butts, Jr., of Thorofare, to replace Forrest Eichmann.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ATLANTIC CITY CONVENTION CENTER AUTHORITY:

James Whelan, of Atlantic City, to replace Adeo Santori.



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

John W. Mooney, of Leeds Pointe, to replace Lucia McCabe, deceased.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENT ASSISTANCE AUTHORITY:

Phyllis Della Vecchia, Ph.D., of Blackwood.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Richard D. Schibell, Esq., of West Long Branch, to replace John Beake, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COUNCIL:

Kenneth J. McClelland, of Wall, to replace Richard Messner.

Frank M. Wade, of Colonia, to replace Joseph Hoffman.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE:

Joseph Guadagnino, of Monroe.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE LOCAL FINANCE BOARD:

Lizette Delgado, of Galloway Township, to replace Charles Guhr.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MEADOWLANDS CONSERVATION TRUST - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Abigail H. Fair, of Green Village.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MERIT SYSTEM BOARD:

Chairman John Currie, of Wayne, to replace Josephine DiRienzo McCagg.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MOTION PICTURE AND TELEVISION DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION:

Shelley Levitan Adler, of Cherry Hill, to replace Clarence Ali.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY ELECTION LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION:

Albert Burstein, Esq., of Tenafly, to replace Paula Ann Franzese, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY OFFICE ON MINORITY AND MULTICULTURAL HEALTH ADVISORY COMMISSION:

Rick Antonio Martinez, M.D., of Metuchen, to replace Enrique Hernandez, M.D., resigned.



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

Matthew U. Watkins, of Medford, to replace John Ricci.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY STATE BOARD OF MEDIATION:

Alashia L. Chan, Esq., of Bloomfield.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY TOURISM ADVISORY COUNCIL:

Steven Whiteside, of Absecon, to replace Timothy Wilmott, resigned.

Nominations Reported from Committee: (cont'd)



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE AUTHORITY:

Bishop David G. Evans, of Sicklerville.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PINELANDS COMMISSION:

Mayor Robert Hagaman, of Weekstown.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH COUNCIL:

Minnie Campbell, D.N.SC, RN, of Edison, to replace Virginia Fitzsimons, Ed.D, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE RICHARD STOCKTON STATE COLLEGE - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Michael Jacobson, Esq., of Margate.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE SALES AND USE TAX REVIEW COMMISSION:

Deborah R. Bierbaum, of Morristown.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION:

Ronald K. Butcher, Ph.D., of Pitman.



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

Honorable Alexander J. Menza, of Sparta, to replace Stephen Weinstein, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE VETERANS' SERVICES COUNCIL:

Charles A. Carroll, of Toms River.



TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

Stephen Weiss, of South Orange.

Elinor Reiner, of South Orange.

Richard McGill, of Eatontown.



Nominations Corrected Copy:



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

Elinor Reiner *NOT* Reinor, of South Orange.



Nominations Withdrawn:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS:

Constantine Papademas, P.E., of Montville, to replace Joseph Cantalupo.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CREDIT UNION ADVISORY COUNCIL:

Jonathan S. Kaufman, of Hillsdale, to replace Francis DePiano, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS:

Clarence M. Ali, of South Orange, to replace Dolores Kirk.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF PHYSICAL THERAPY EXAMINERS:

Scott F. Nadler, D.O., of Randolph.



Bills Introduced:



S1534 Kenny,B Patient death notification-adopt policy REF SHH

S1535 Codey,R/Kean,T+1 Hosp. closures, nonprofit-AG oversight REF SHH

S1536 Sweeney,S Mun. land use-concerns REF SCU

S1538 Adler,J Inmates-concerns special credits REF SLP

S1539 Lesniak,R Jurors-incr. comp. REF SJU

S1540 Connors,L Electric pub. util-concerns cert notices REF SEG

S1541 Singer,R/Gill,N Cytotechnologists-ed., supervision req. REF SHH

S1542 Singer,R Sch. bd. emp.-mil. svc. cred. REF SED

S1543 Bryant,W/Kenny,B St. col., univ. contracts-concerns REF SED

S1544 Rice,R Truth in Renting booklet-concerns REF SCU

S1545 Connors,L Sch. aid, St.-estab. level for 2004-2005 REF SED

S1546 Adler,J/Palaia,J Destructive device-revise definition REF SLP





Bills Introduced: (cont'd)



S1547 Sacco,N Recreational veh.-concerns REF STR

S1548 Lance,L/Inverso,P+16 Filling of vacancies-proh. cert. REF SSG

S1549 Palaia,J Tropical wood-proh. mun. use REF SEN

S1550 Rice,R Child mental fac. emp.-crim. hist. check REF SHH

S1551 Adler,J/Madden,F Law enforcement off.-concerns power REF SLP

S1552 Ciesla,A MV fines, cert.-decreases REF STR

S1553 Kean,T+1 Campaign contrib., cert.-concerns REF SSG

S1554 Codey,R Pediatric rehab. hosp.-Medicaid reimb. REF SHH

S1555 Lesniak,R Workers' comp. security fds.-concerns REF SLA

S1556 Scutari,N/Lesniak,R Constituent dist-repymt of liquid assets REF SED

S1557 Adler,J/Lance,L Inactive comm, committees, councils-elim REF SSG

S1558 Gill,N Civil Rights Act-estab. REF SJU

SR51 Allen,D Foster Care Awareness Mo-desig May, 2004 REF SHH



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A473 Dancer,R/Van Drew,J+3 Racing comm.-expand duties REP

A908 Diegnan,P/Barnes,P+14 Defibrillators-req. in nursing homes REP

A1770 Aca (1R) Sires,A/Burzichelli,J+7 Cigarettes-concerns sale REP

A2049 Sires,A/Stack,B+6 Co. coll. capital proj.-concerns REP

A2073 Sca (1R) Cohen,N/Pou,N+4 Civil Rights Act-estab. REP/SCA

A2425 Sca (1R) Greenwald,L/Conaway,H+1 Health Care Worker Pension Policy Comm. REP/SCA

S68 Rice,R Water supply/sewerage, cert-tax deduct. REP

S374 Sca (1R) Asselta,N+1 Realty transfer fee-portion to beach mun REP/SCA

S532 Girgenti,J/Coniglio,J+2 Student active duty-re-enrollment/refund REP

S585 Sweeney,S Salem City Sch. Dist.-Abbott dist status REP

S644 Baer,B/Gill,N+1 Equity in Ed. Prog. Act REP

S650 Scs (SCS) Rice,R/Cunningham,G Mil. svc.-concerns lease cancellation REP/SCS

S693 Vitale,J/Karcher,E+1 Cigarette sales-proh Internet/mail-order REP

S726 Connors,L Poppies, sale of-remove time restriction REP

S776 Sca (1R) Turner,S Sch. dist. self-insur. groups-concerns REP/SCA

S857 Sca (1R) Kean,T/Rice,R Cigarettes-concerns sale REP/SCA

S924 Sca (1R) Turner,S/Girgenti,J Combat pay-excl. from gross income tax REP/SCA

S944 Ciesla,A Defibrillator-req. in health club REP

S945 Ciesla,A Mun. recreation comm.-incr. memb. REP

S981 Sca (1R) McNamara,H/Sweeney,S+1 Distinguished Svc. Medal-expands elig. REP/SCA

S1001 Sca (1R) Codey,R Contractors-concerns use of St. fds. REP/SCA

S1078 Sca (1R) Vitale,J/Madden,F Practice nurses, advanced-expand duties REP/SCA

S1174 Sca (1R) Martin,R+1 Pupils, teachers-wear protective devices REP/SCA

S1189 Codey,R/Coniglio,J+1 Partnership for a Drug-Free NJ;$300K REP

S1208 Sarlo,P/Girgenti,J+1 Sex offender Internet registry-concerns REP

S1211 Madden,F/Karcher,E Emerg. info-NJN broadcast REP

S1234 Kenny,B/Bryant,W Co. coll. capital proj.-concerns REP

S1324 Buono,B Slot machine annuity jackpots-concerns REP

S1337 Sca (1R) Coniglio,J/Sweeney,S Health Care Worker Pension Policy Comm. REP/SCA

S1412 Turner,S Devel. Subsidy Job Goals Acct. Act REP

S1416 Turner,S/Buono,B+1 Historic Prop. Reinvestment Act REP

S1429 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P/Adler,J Luring or enticing another-crime REP/SCA

S1433 Cunningham,G/Rice,R Vacant prop.-concerns taxation REP

S1434 Scs (SCS) Sweeney,S UI benf. during training-concerns REP/SCS

S1446 Vitale,J/Rice,R+1 Children Palliative Care Network;$170K REP

S1447 Madden,F/Vitale,J Defibrillators-req. in nursing homes REP

S1533 Adler,J/Turner,S Pub. sch. dist.-elim. various mandates REP

S1558 Sca (1R) Gill,N Civil Rights Act-estab. REP/SCA

SCR22/65 Scs (SCS) Sarlo,P/Coniglio,J+2 Vet. prop. tax deduct.-incr. to $500 REP/SCS

SCR47 Sca (1R) Turner,S Sr. & disab. prop. tax deduction-elig. REP/SCA

SJR32 Singer,R/Vitale,J Lung Cancer Awareness Mo-desig. November REP

SR50 Bark,M/Palaia,J+8 Normandy Invasion-honors 60th anniv. REP

SR51 Allen,D Foster Care Awareness Mo-desig May, 2004 REP



Bills Referred/SBA:



A2049 Sires,A/Stack,B+6 Co. coll. capital proj.-concerns

S68 Rice,R Water supply/sewerage, cert-tax deduct.

S374 Sca (1R) Asselta,N+1 Realty transfer fee-portion to beach mun

S585 Sweeney,S Salem City Sch. Dist.-Abbott dist status

S644 Baer,B/Gill,N+1 Equity in Ed. Prog. Act



Bills Referred/SBA: (cont'd)



S924 Sca (1R) Turner,S/Girgenti,J Combat pay-excl. from gross income tax

S1174 Sca (1R) Martin,R+1 Pupils, teachers-wear protective devices

S1189 Codey,R/Coniglio,J+1 Partnership for a Drug-Free NJ;$300K

S1234 Kenny,B/Bryant,W Co. coll. capital proj.-concerns

S1416 Turner,S/Buono,B+1 Historic Prop. Reinvestment Act

S1434 Scs (SCS) Sweeney,S UI benf. during training-concerns

S1446 Vitale,J/Rice,R+1 Children Palliative Care Network;$170K

SCR22/65 Scs (SCS) Sarlo,P/Coniglio,J+2 Vet. prop. tax deduct.-incr. to $500

SCR47 Sca (1R) Turner,S Sr. & disab. prop. tax deduction-elig.



Bills Combined:



SCR65 Bark,M Vet. prop. tax deduction-incr. to $500 COMB/W SCR22 (SCS)



Co-Sponsors Added:



S374 Sca (1R) (Connors,L)

S638 (Sarlo,P)

S644 (Palaia,J)

S760 (Karcher,E)

S1093 (Karcher,E)

S1125 (Singer,R)

S1159 (Lesniak,R)

S1174 Sca (1R) (Palaia,J)

S1214 (Bucco,A)

S1232 (Bucco,A)

S1298 (Cardinale,G)

S1510 (Turner,S)

S1535 (Coniglio,J)

S1548 (Bucco,A; Littell,R; Kavanaugh,W; Cardinale,G; Ciesla,A; Kean,T; Palaia,J: Martin,R; Bark,M; Kyrillos,J; Gormley,W; Allen,D; Singer,R; Connors,L; McNamara,H; Asselta,N)

S1553 (Lance,L)



Co-Prime Sponsors Added:



S383 (Sweeney,S)

S696 (Kean,T)

S728 (Palaia,J)

S948 (Buono,B)

S1238 (Girgenti,J)

S1298 (Bucco,A)

S1429 Sca (1R) (Adler,J)

S1433 (Rice,R)



Note to the 04/29/2004 Digest:



Senator Barbara Buono (18) was inadvertently appointed to the Commission on Science and Technology.



The Senate adjourned at 6:23 P.M. to meet again on Monday, May 10, 2004 (QUORUM, Committee Groups "3" and "4" scheduled to meet).



ASSEMBLY ACTION (QUORUM)



Bills Introduced:



A2657 Voss,J Safe Sch. Resource Off. Training Academy REF AED

A2658 Van Drew,J/Smith,R Mil. svc, cert-free hunting, fishing lic REF AMV

A2659 Conners,J/Gordon,R Vet. home health care-estab. demo. prog. REF AMV

A2660 Voss,J/Previte,M Domestic viol. pub. awareness campaign REF AFW



Bills Introduced: (cont'd)



A2661 Gusciora,R Polysomnography-concerns practice REF AHH

A2662 Chiappone,A Pub util. rate incr.-pub. hearing req. REF ATU

A2663 Gusciora,R Heavy veh.-raises regis. fee REF ATR

A2664 Chiappone,A Cell phone cameras-concerns REF ATU

A2665 Chiappone,A Domestic viol-related cases-jurisdiction REF AJU

A2666 Chiappone,A Marriage fees-concerns REF AJU

A2667 Chiappone,A Material recovery fac.-concerns REF AEN

A2668 Chiappone,A Proud to Be an American lic. plate-auth. REF ATR

A2669 Watson Coleman,B Pub. sch. dist.-elim. various mandates REF AED

A2670 Manzo,L Positron emission tomography-insur cover REF AFI

A2671 Watson Coleman,B Discrim. Comm.-examine tax records/files REF ASG

A2672 Baroni,B Borough Enterprise Zone Prog.-creates REF ACE

A2673 Manzo,L Custody/guardianship-crim. hist. check REF AFW

A2674 Manzo,L Pub. asst. admin. costs-St. req. to pay REF AFW

A2675 Manzo,L HMO-proh restriction on health care svcs REF AFI

A2676 Manzo,L Lifeline Cred./Tenants Asst.-COL incr. REF ATU

A2677 Manzo,L DYFS-adjust caseworkers' office hours REF AFW

A2678 Manzo,L Adoption-concern pymts. in subsidization REF AED

A2679 Manzo,L Haz. air pollutants-monitoring & control REF AEN

A2680 Manzo,L Dogs-concerns sale REF AAN

A2681 Manzo,L Child abuse, neglect-specialized units REF AFW

A2682 Manzo,L Children's hosp. for Hudson Co.-desig. REF AHH

A2683 Manzo,L Nonpub personal finan info cert-disclose REF AFI

A2684 Manzo,L Propane tanks-concerns mgmt. REF AEN

A2685 Manzo,L Haz. substance warning placard-bus. post REF AEN

A2686 Manzo,L Designer drugs, pub. ed. campaign;$50K REF AHH

A2687 Manzo,L PAAD/Sr. Gold prog.-automatic enrollment REF ASI

A2688 Manzo,L PAAD elig.-exclude cert. winnings REF ASI

A2689 Manzo,L Breast cancer patients-concerns options REF AHH

A2690 Manzo,L Prostate Cancer Awareness, Ed. Prog.;$1M REF AHH

A2691 Manzo,L Infant formula, cert.-insur coverage req REF AFI

A2692 Manzo,L Scrap Tire Mgmt. Act REF AEN

A2693 Manzo,L Lung cancer in women activities;$75K REF AHH

A2694 Barnes,P PERS Prosecutors Part-concerns memb. REF ASG

A2695 Manzo,L DYFS caseworkers-crim. hist. checks req. REF AFW

A2696 Manzo,L Water Supply, 21st Century Task Force REF AEN

A2697 Gusciora,R Hist. site prop. tax exemp.-clarifies REF AHO

A2698 Gusciora,R Emerg. contraception-sex assault victim REF AHH

A2699 Gusciora,R Poll workers-cert. training req. REF ASG

A2701 Greenstein,L Crime victims-concerns comp. REF AJU

A2702 Greenstein,L Hepatitis-criminal defendants testing REF AJU

A2703 Van Drew,J Intercoastal Waterway Feasibility Study REF AEN

A2704 Chiappone,A Black bear hunting-proh. REF AAN

A2705 Chiappone,A Vets' Speaker Prog.-estab.;$200K REF AMV

A2706 Chiappone,A Campaign activities-concern cert. ind. REF ASG

A2707 Chiappone,A Adopted person-concerns medical info. REF AFW

A2708 Chiappone,A PFRS-concerns accidental death benf. REF ASG

A2709 Chiappone,A Invisible pet containment sys.-sign req. REF AHO

A2710 Chiappone,A Sch Prop Tax Reduction/Stabilization Act REF AAP

A2711 Chiappone,A Deployed mil.-auth. prop. tax deferment REF AMV

A2712 Chiappone,A Housing constr.-bus. receiving St. fds REF AHO

A2713 Chiappone,A Local contractor preference prog.-auth. REF AHO

A2714 Chiappone,A Emerg contraceptive-pharmacist prescribe REF AHH

A2715 Chiappone,A Planning bds.-concerns memb. REF AHO

A2716 Chiappone,A Co. planning bds.-incr. alt memb. REF AHO

A2717 Chiappone,A Smoking in auto w/minor present-proh. REF ALP

A2718 Chiappone,A Prescription drug info.-pharmacists prov REF AHH

A2719 Chiappone,A Vol. health care svc. prov.-immunity REF AJU

A2720 Chiappone,A Parole hearings-concerns REF AJU

A2721 Chiappone,A Homicide victim's photo-display at trial REF AJU

A2722 Chiappone,A Sex crimes-concerns sentencing REF AJU

A2723 Chiappone,A Driv. lic.-med. workers indicate prof. REF ATR

A2724 Chiappone,A Firefighter, police exam-active mil duty REF AMV

A2725 Chiappone,A Towing svcs.-clean-up roadway debris REF ATR

A2726 Chiappone,A Organ donor-rebate on driv. lic. renewal REF ATR

A2727 Chiappone,A Mun., co. util. auth.-waive mv regis fee REF ATR

A2728 Chiappone,A Physicians vol. health svcs.-tax cred. REF AHH

A2729 Stender,L/Chivukula,U New crimes-concerns proposals REF AJU

A2730 Stender,L/Chivukula,U Forced labor & sex trafficking-new crime REF AJU

A2731 Dancer,R Speed limits-concerns mun. streets REF ATR



Bills Introduced: (cont'd)



A2732 Dancer,R Cytotechnologists-ed., supervision req. REF AHH

A2733 Dancer,R Distinguished Svc. Medal-extend elig. REF ASG

A2734 Dancer,R Downer Soil-desig. NJ St. Soil REF AAN

A2735 Kean,S Mil., receiving combat pay-tax exemp. REF AMV

A2736 Kean,S Revaluation of real prop.-delay REF AHO

A2737 Kean,S The Center in Asbury Park;$100K REF AHH

A2738 Kean,S Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Ed/Prog Act REF AHH

A2739 Weinberg,L Underground storage tank grants-concerns REF AEN

A2740 Vandervalk,C Practice of cert. prof., unlic.-crime REF AJU

A2741 Barnes,P Intoxicated Driv. Resource Ctr.-incr req REF ALP

A2742 Barnes,P DWI offense-concerns downgrading offense REF ALP

A2743 Barnes,P Driv. while revoked-incr. prison term REF ALP

A2744 Diegnan,P/Vas,J+4 Drunk driv. offenses-concerns REF ALP

A2745 Johnson,G DOC contracts-concerns REF ALP

A2746 Chivukula,U St. research univ.-fed grants REF AED

A2747 Johnson,G DNA database-expands REF ALP

ACR164 Van Drew,J Propane Gas Price and Distrib Task Force REF ATU

ACR165 Chiappone,A St. lottery net proceeds-5% to mun. REF ATG

AJR101 Russo,D Low income tax cred housing-guidlines REF AFR

AR156 Gusciora,R Cable tv industry-reg. REF AFR

AR157 Chiappone,A CATV co.-wider array of choices REF ATU

AR158 Chivukula,U Open pub. records act-concerns REF ASG

AR159 Kean,S Alco. Ed, Rehab & Enforcement Fd-concern REF AHH



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A169 Aca (1R) Oliver,S Food stamp prog.-available on website REP/ACA

A342 Weinberg,L+5 Worker rights-concerns notice REP

A1859 Acs (ACS) Cohen,N/Manzo,L Animal cruelty crimes-concerns penalties REP/ACS

A1930 Acs (ACS) Van Drew,J/Diegnan,P Archeological sites-concerns protection REP/ACS

A1943 Previte,M Domestic viol.-concerns REP

A2170 Diegnan,P/Barnes,P Presch. prog., cert.-concerns funding REP

A2324 Aca (1R) Van Drew,J/Scalera,F Kennel overcrowding-reg. to proh. REP/ACA

AJR88 Van Drew,J+2 Fetal Alco Syndrome Awareness Day-Sept 9 REP

AJR95 Caraballo,W Sr. cit.-protect from finan exploitation REP

AR131 Caraballo,W Dental care-prov. Medicare coverage REP

S191 Scs (SCS) Lesniak,R+1 Animal cruelty-concerns REP



Bills Reported Referred/AAP:



A389 Aca (1R) Van Drew,J/Stanley,C+1 Vocational sch. dist.-concerns funding REP/ACA REF AAP

A746 Cohen,N Small bus. health benf.-income tax cred. REP REF AAP

A2552 Diegnan,P/Hackett,M+5 Parental housing-income tax deduct. REP REF AAP

A2658 Van Drew,J/Smith,R Mil. svc, cert-free hunting, fishing lic REP REF AAP

A2659 Conners,J/Gordon,R Vet. home health care-estab. demo. prog. REP REF AAP



Bills Reported Referred/ABU:



A500/2463 Acs (ACS) Sires,A/Watson Coleman,B+1 NJ STARS-estab.;$15M REP/ACS REF ABU

S1192 ScaSa (2R) Bryant,W/Codey,R+16 Scholarships for co coll. students-estab REP REF ABU



Bills Combined:



A2463 Previte,M/Mayer,D NJ STARS-estab.;$10M COMB/W A500 (ACS)



Co-Sponsors Added:



A318 (Smith,R; Mayer,D)

A693 (Mayer,D)

A1079 Aca (1R) (Conaway,H)

A1331 (Thompson,S)

A1690 (Smith,R; Mayer,D)



Co-Sponsors Added: (cont'd)



A1809 (Morgan,R; Panter,M)

A1819 Aca (1R) (Gordon,R)

A1820 (Gordon,R)

A1898 (Mayer,D; Smith,R)

A1908 (Mayer,D; Smith,R)

A2171 (Blee,F; Conover,K)

A2360 (Wolfe,D; Holzapfel,J)

A2392 (Gibson,J)

A2406 (Conners,J)

A2542 (Mayer,D)

A2548 (Baroni,B)

A2570 Aca (1R) (McKeon,J)

A2616 (Kean,S)

A2635 (Conners,J; Hackett,M)

A2642 (Weinberg,L)

A2655 (Rumpf,B)

AR153 (Hackett,M)



Co-Sponsors Withdrawn:



A854 (Van Drew,J)



Prime Sponsors Withdrawn:



A2593 (Chiappone,A)



Second Prime Sponsors Added:



A122 (Diegnan,P)

A141 (Manzo,L)

A2374 (Chiappone,A)

A2635 (Manzo,L)

A2641 (Manzo,L)



Third Prime Sponsors Added:



A439 (Stack,B)

A850 (Chiappone,A)

A854 (Van Drew,J)

A936 (Van Drew,J)

A1300 (Chiappone,A)

A2554 (Watson Coleman,B)

A2659 (Cohen,N)



Fourth Prime Sponsor Added:



A2659 (Van Drew, J)



Fifth Prime Sponsor Added:



A2659 (Stanley,C)



The Assembly adjourned at 6:35 P.M. to meet on Monday, May 10, 2004 (QUORUM, Committees at the call of the Speaker).



Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:



None



Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (05/03/04):



P.L.2004, c.10. A690 Smith,R/Burzichelli,J+6 5/5/2004 Fed. law enforcement off., cert-concerns

P.L.2004, c.11. A974 Chatzidakis,L+2 5/5/2004 Access device-incl. ATM bank cards

P.L.2004, c.12. A1911 Aca (1R) Weinberg,L/Manzo,L+3 5/5/2004 Newborn infant screening-concerns

P.L.2004, c.13. A2055 Fisher,D/Burzichelli,J+5 5/5/2004 Agricultural commodities-bond req.