NEW JERSEY

LEGISLATIVE DIGEST



for October 4, 2004



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Vol. XVI No. 37 211th Legislature First Annual Session

SENATE ACTION (QUORUM)



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



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

Samuel A. Delgado, of Newark, to replace Webster B. ''Dan'' Todd, resigned.



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

Richard M. Goldberg, of Wayne.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY HOUSING AND MORTGAGE FINANCE AGENCY:

Michael G. Steele, of Irvington.



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

Joseph Buckelew, of Lakewood.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NORTH JERSEY DISTRICT WATER SUPPLY COMMISSION:

Michael T. Cricco, of Hoboken.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION:

Ernest LePore, Ph.D., of West New York, to replace Samuel Podietz.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PAROLE BOARD:

Carmen M. Garcia, Esq., of Trenton, to replace David Blaker, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PLANNING COMMISSION:

Thomas S. Michnewicz, of Colonia, to replace David Fisher.



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

H. O'Neil Williams, CPA, of South Orange, to replace Marie Flynn.



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

Carla Temple, of West Orange.

Kenneth P. Campbell, of Basking Ridge.



Nominations Withdrawn:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PAROLE ADVISORY COUNCIL:

Karen Fiorelli, of Red Bank, to replace Bruce Stout, Ph.D.



Nominations Corrected Copy:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY FINANCIAL SERVICES ADVISORY BOARD:

David M. Scheck, of Springfield, to replace Anne Li, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DELAWARE RIVER AND BAY AUTHORITY:

Niels S. Favre, of Cape May, to replace Charles E. Pessango. *NOT* Albert Fralinger, resigned.



Nominations Corrected Copy: (cont'd)



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY STATE COMMISSION ON CANCER RESEARCH:

Marie T. Leithauser, of Lambertville *NOT* Metuchen, to replace Lawrence Coia, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PAROLE ADVISORY COUNCIL:

Daniel L. Lombardo, of Berlin. *NOT* Mullica Hill.



Bills Introduced:



S1828 Gill,N Pregnant women w/HIV-prenatal care info. REF SHH

S1829 Gill,N+1 Bloodborne Disease Harm Reduction Act REF SHH

S1830 Gill,N Nonpartisan mun. elections-concerns REF SSG

S1832 Sarlo,P Fire & EMS Crisis Intervention Svc-estab REF SLP

S1833 Sarlo,P Govt records-concerns commercial access REF SCU

S1834 Adler,J Veh, low-speed, ,cert-reg operation REF STR

S1835 Sacco,N E-ZPass theft-fourth degree crime REF STR

S1836 Sacco,N MVC retesting notices-cert. family memb. REF STR

S1837 Madden,F Voting importance-prov class, 12th grade REF SED

S1838 Madden,F Pub emp-proh unilateral term changes REF SSG

S1839 Madden,F Yo-Yo Waterballs-bans sale REF SCM

S1840 Madden,F Homestead prop. tax reimb-concerns elig. REF SCU

S1841 Madden,F Mercury thermometers-ban sale REF SEN

S1842 Madden,F Well testing costs-owner St tax deduct REF SEN

S1843 Madden,F Burl. Co Bridge police-grant cert powers REF SLP

S1844 Asselta,N Recreational activity cert-liab immunity REF SJU

S1845 Asselta,N Hotel/motel occupancy fee-reduces REF SWT

S1846 Asselta,N Vol. firefighters-$1K income tax deduct. REF SLP

S1847 Coniglio,J Unemp. tax avoidance-deter REF SLA

S1848 Gill,N Human trafficking-concerns victims REF SJU

S1849 Martin,R Mun/co ordinance viol-standardize fine REF SCU

S1850 Bucco,A Ronald Reagan Mem. Hwy.-desig Rt. 15 REF STR

S1851 Rice,R Minors weapons off-plea bargaining proh REF SJU

S1852 Rice,R Auto insur rating territories-limits REF SCM

S1853 Cardinale,G Homestead rebates-concerns REF SCU

S1854 Cardinale,G Radon bus lic-limits annual fees REF SEN

S1855 Kyrillos,J Pres/Vice Pres electors-change procedure REF SSG

S1856 Kyrillos,J Mun emerg mgmt coorinator-concerns appt REF SLP

S1857 Adler,J Notices to cert emp-concerns language REF SLA

S1858 Adler,J/Kenny,B Economic devel. activities-concerns REF SEG

S1859 Ciesla,A Corp bus tax--revise alt min assessment REF SBA

S1860 Smith,B Wood/paper products-concern St contracts REF SEN

S1861 Smith,B Electronic Waste Prod Responsibility Act REF SEN

S1862 Smith,B Cancer Institute of NJ;$6M REF SHH

S1863 Smith,B Wildlife/Wildlife habitat-fed grants REF SEN

S1864 Connors,L/Rice,R+2 SPRS Bd of trustees-change memb REF SSG

S1865 Connors,L/Rice,R+2 NCIC terminals-concerns payment;$250K REF SLP

S1866 Inverso,P SHBP med appeals-concerns REF SSG

S1867 Bucco,A/Inverso,P NJ STARS prog-incl home-sch students REF SED

S1868 Bucco,A/Girgenti,J Mun receiving St aid-concerns qual REF SCU

S1869 Bucco,A/Sarlo,P Juv detention off., co.-police powers REF SLP

S1870 Bucco,A Superintendent of schs-estab REF SED

S1871 Bucco,A Court Fac. Act of 2004-creates REF SJU

S1872 Palaia,J Student digitized id prog.-auth. REF SED

S1873 Palaia,J Pub sch radon testing-concerns REF SED

S1874 Palaia,J/Bark,M Wireless phone in mv-concerns off REF SLP

S1875 Lance,L Transfer inheritance tax-phases out REF SBA

S1876 Inverso,P Civil svc.-concerns pre-layoff actions REF SSG

S1877 Inverso,P/Lance,L+2 Human trafficking-estab. new crime REF SJU

S1878 Allen,D/Bucco,A+3 Armed Forces cert-auth marriage by proxy REF SJU

S1879 Bark,M Wind easement-estab REF SEN

S1880 Bark,M/Allen,D Dam repair and reconstruction;$50M REF SEN

S1881 Sarlo,P Contractors' Regis. Act-delay REF SCM

S1882 Baer,B Teachers-salary guide and schedule REF SED

S1883 Baer,B Electronic Voting Machine Act REF SSG

S1884 Singer,R FamilyCare prescrip. drug benf.-concerns REF SHH

S1885 Madden,F Pet cemeteries-proh maintenance fees REF SCM

S1886 Sweeney,S Emp fraudulent practices-emp rights REF SLA

S1887 Sweeney,S/Inverso,P UI coverage-exemp cert union svcs REF SLA









Bills Introduced: (cont'd)



S1888 Sweeney,S/Coniglio,J Confidential secure fac-background check REF SJU

S1889 Sweeney,S/Madden,F Sex offender, satellite-based monitoring REF SLP

S1890 Karcher,E Co/mun open space trust fds-concerns REF SEN

S1891 Turner,S Farmland, preserved-concerns REF SEG

S1892 Inverso,P Bus taxes, estimated-concerns REF SCM

S1893 Singer,R/Madden,F Wireless phone while driv.-penalty REF SLP

S1894 Gormley,W/Buono,B Casino gambling reg.-concerns REF SWT

S1895 Bryant,W Dam safety-concerns REF SEN

S1896 Buono,B/Gormley,W CRDA-concerns expansion proj. REF SWT

S1897 Palaia,J/Inverso,P Traffic control preemption device-reg. REF STR

S1898 Ciesla,A+3 Fertilizer sales-id and record keeping REF SLP

S1899 Ciesla,A Lieutenant Gov.-concerns off. REF SSG

S1900 Kyrillos,J St. emp.-paid leave for cert. disasters REF SSG

S1901 Kyrillos,J Confidential secure fac-background check REF SJU

S1902 Rice,R/Kean,T+2 Substance abuse treatment fac.;$100M REF SHH

S1903 Kyrillos,J Corp. bus. tax yrs. 2002-2005-concerns REF SBA

S1904 Allen,D Emerg. svcs. peer counselors-concerns REF SLP

S1905 Kean,T Homestead rebates-concerns REF SCU

S1906 Kean,T Mun police off-concerns powers REF SJU

S1907 Kean,T Disease Mgmt. Study Comm.-estab. REF SHH

S1908 Kean,T Health Care Access Study Comm.-estab. REF SHH

S1909 Kean,T Vol ambulance/fire co.-impact stmt. req. REF SSG

S1910 Palaia,J Bus. revitalization-allows tax cred. REF SEG

S1911 Vitale,J Jack Forum, Long-Term Living;$750K REF SHH

S1912 Vitale,J Small emp health benf coverage-concerns REF SHH

S1913 Turner,S Pub. sch.-proh. sale, food high in sugar REF SED

S1914 Turner,S Consumer credit reports-concerns REF SCM

S1915 Turner,S Drunk driv. w/ minor-incr. penal. REF SLP

S1916 Turner,S High-calorie bev.-proh. sale in pub. sch REF SED

S1917 Turner,S Cable radio svc-exemp subscription fees REF SCM

S1918 Turner,S Transp safety-concerns REF STR

S1919 Turner,S St. emp., essential-prov. comp. time REF SSG

S1920 Turner,S Hybrid veh purch-income/bus tax cred REF SEN

S1921 Rice,R Workers' comp cases-concerns venue REF SLA

S1922 Adler,J/Girgenti,J Counter-Terrorism Off-estab REF SJU

S1923 Adler,J Internatl. money transmissions-concerns REF SCM

S1924 Sacco,N Emission control equip.-dealer disclose REF SCM

S1940 Lesniak,R/Kyrillos,J Life insur viatical settlement-regulate REF SCM

S1950 Scutari,N St depts-concerns power in emerg REF SLP

S1951 Madden,F St depts-concerns power in emerg REF SLP

S1952 Girgenti,J Gov & St depts-clarify auth in an emerg REF SLP

SCR93 Adler,J Lt. Gov.-estab. REF SSG

SCR94 Cardinale,G/Martin,R Special Civil Part, Superior Ct.-concern REF SJU

SCR95 Lance,L/McNamara,H+3 St. budget-proh. using bonds to balance REF SBA

SCR96 McNamara,H Lt. Gov.-estab. off. REF SSG

SCR97 Connors,L/McNamara,H St. Auditor-prov. for election REF SSG

SCR98 Bucco,A Court fac. construction-St. assume debt. REF SJU

SCR99 Vitale,J/Rice,R Pub. Health, Env. & Agric. Lab.-approves REF SBA

SCR100 Ciesla,A Lieutenant Gov.-create office REF SSG

SCR101 Rice,R Lt. Gov.-create off. REF SSG

SCR102 Turner,S Lt. Gov.-succeed Gov. in cert. cases REF SSG

SJR51 Turner,S Early Intervention Wk.-third wk. of May REF SHH

SR70 Kyrillos,J Community Reinvestment Act Task Force REF SCM

SR71 Connors,L Obesity-higher ed. instit. estab ed prog REF SED

SR72 Coniglio,J/Sweeney,S Overtime prot.-repeal changes that deny REF SLA

SR73 Kean,T Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Wk.-Oct. 10-16 REF SHH



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A458 Impreveduto,A Ophthalmic dispensers/tech-permit incorp REP

A863/1329 Acs (ACS) Barnes,P/Diegnan,P+5 Mun. streets-concerns REP

A1531 Aca (1R) Payne,W/Watson Coleman,B+2 African-Amer. Affairs Advis Comm.-estab. REP

A1771 AcaAaAa (3R) Sires,A/Vas,J+1 Pub. util. poles-concerns REP

S27 Codey,R/Karcher,E+24 Political contrib.-concerns REP

S136 Connors,L+1 Hooked on Fishing-Not on Drugs-estab REP

S592 Sca (1R) Sweeney,S Farm vehicles-permits expanded use REP/SCA

S682 Scs (SCS) Martin,R Superfund sites-exemp. cleanup liab. REP/SCS

S989 Scs (SCS) Codey,R/Karcher,E+1 Env. prosecutor, special-estab. REP/SCS







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



S1030 Sca (1R) Bryant,W African-Amer. Affairs Advis Comm.-estab. REP/SCA

S1055/1060 Scs (SCS) Buono,B+1 Mun. streets-concerns REP/SCS

S1157 Cardinale,G+1 Ophthalmic dispensers/tech-permit incorp REP

S1171 Scs (SCS) Rice,R/Vitale,J HMO-concerns participating providers REP/SCS

S1272 Singer,R/Rice,R Dental hygienists-concerns ed. REP

S1314 Sca (1R) Buono,B Managed care carriers-prov fee schedules REP/SCA

S1344 Sca (1R) Bark,M Forest Health Advis. Council-estab. REP/SCA

S1387/1389/1410 Scs (SCS) Asselta,N/Singer,R Polling place accessibility-concerns REP/SCS

S1510 Sca (1R) Coniglio,J/Turner,S Motorized scooters-reg. operation REP/SCA

S1568 Codey,R Sch. dist. pension fd-bd of trustee memb REP

S1674 Gill,N HMO-concerns risk based capital req. REP

S1752 Sca (1R) Baer,B Dental Plan Org. Act-various revisions REP/SCA

S1771 Kenny,B Pub. util. poles-concerns REP

S1816 Madden,F/Coniglio,J Land-recreation & conserv purpose;$70.6M REP

S1817 Gill,N/Martin,R+1 Northern NJ-park devel.;$22.468M REP

S1818 Karcher,E/Palaia,J Central NJ-park devel.;$16.181M REP

S1819 Adler,J/Sweeney,S Southern NJ-park devel.;$17.623M REP

S1820 Sca (1R) Smith,B/Lance,L+1 Land-recreation & conserv. purpose;$75M REP/SCA

S1821 Rice,R Nonprofit entities-devel. land;$22.9M REP

S1822 Kenny,B Save Ellis Island, Inc.;$120K REP

S1823 Sweeney,S/Madden,F Farmland preserv. purposes;$39.8M REP

S1824 Bark,M Farmland preserv.-pinelands;$8M REP

S1825 Karcher,E Farmland preserv. purposes;$25M REP

S1826 Turner,S Nonprofit org.-farmland preserv.;$2.5M REP

S1827 Lance,L Farmland preserv. purposes;$52.4M REP

S1831 Scs (SCS) Sarlo,P/Sacco,N Meadowlands Comm.-concerns REP/SCS



Bills Combined:



S1060 Kean,T Mun. streets-concerns COMB/W S1055 (SCS)

S1389 Connors,L/Ciesla,A Polling place accessibility-improve COMB/W S1387/1410 (SCS)

S1410 Coniglio,J Voting Accessibility Advis. Comm.-estab. COMB/W S1387/1389 (SCS)



Bills Referred/SBA:



S136 Connors,L+1 Hooked on Fishing-Not on Drugs-estab

S989 Scs (SCS) Codey,R/Karcher,E+1 Env. prosecutor, special-estab.

S1816 Madden,F/Coniglio,J Land-recreation & conserv purpose;$70.6M

S1817 Gill,N/Martin,R+1 Northern NJ-park devel.;$22.468M

S1818 Karcher,E/Palaia,J Central NJ-park devel.;$16.181M

S1819 Adler,J/Sweeney,S Southern NJ-park devel.;$17.623M

S1820 Sca (1R) Smith,B/Lance,L+1 Land-recreation & conserv. purpose;$75M

S1821 Rice,R Nonprofit entities-devel. land;$22.9M

S1822 Kenny,B Save Ellis Island, Inc.;$120K

S1823 Sweeney,S/Madden,F Farmland preserv. purposes;$39.8M

S1824 Bark,M Farmland preserv.-pinelands;$8M

S1825 Karcher,E Farmland preserv. purposes;$25M

S1826 Turner,S Nonprofit org.-farmland preserv.;$2.5M

S1827 Lance,L Farmland preserv. purposes;$52.4M



Bills Transferred:



S1748 Doria,J/Sacco,N+2 Underground fac. operators-change liab. FROM SEN TO SEG



Co-Sponsors Added:



S27 (Coniglio,J; Kenny,B; Martin,R; Turner,S; Lance,L; Scutari,N; Rice,R; Baer,B; Sarlo,P; Palaia,J; Bucco,A; Singer,R; Doria,J; Inverso,P; Buono,B; Madden,F; Adler,J; Smith,B; Girgenti,J; Sweeney,S; Allen,D; Gill,N; Vitale,J; Kean,T)

S1055/1060 Scs (SCS) (Sacco,N)

S1817 (McNamara,H)

S1820 Sca (1R) (McNamara,H)

S1829 (Vitale,J)

S1864 (Madden,F; Asselta,N)

S1865 (Madden,F; Asselta,N)

S1877 (Kyrillos,J; Kean,T)

Co-Sponsors Added: (cont'd)



S1878 (Kyrillos,J; Ciesla,A; Gormley,W)

S1898 (Kyrillos,J; Kean,T; Lance,L)

S1902 (Allen,D; Vitale,J)

SCR95 (Kyrillos,J; Kean,T; Ciesla,A)



Co-Prime Sponsors Added:



S1814 (Buono,B)

SCR52 (Martin,R)



The Senate President has made the following appointments:



* Effective October 4, 2004



Advisory Council to the Juvenile Justice Commission:



William Thomas, of Toms River.

Mary Edna Davidson, of Highland Park.



Joint Legislative Committee on Ethical Standards:



Thomas C. Brown, of Sea Girt.



State Beach Erosion Commission:



Senator Paul A. Sarlo (36).



Casino Revenue Fund Advisory Commission:



Senator Nia H. Gill (34).



State Commission on Aging:



Senator Ronald L. Rice (28).



9-1-1 Commission:



Senator Wayne R. Bryant (5).



Commerce & Growth Commission Board of Directors:



Senator Raymond J. Lesniak (20).



New Jersey Collaborative Center for Nursing:



Linda Cuoco, R.N.











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



* Effective October 4, 2004



Advisory Commission on Alternatively Accredited Medical School Clinical Clerkships:



Dr. Jonathan Metsch.

Marie Celestine Trontell.



The Senate President has made the following reappointment:



* Effective October 4, 2004



Pension and Health Benefits Review Commission:



Scott Carlbon, of Burlington City.



Note to the 09/27/2004 Digest:



The Senate President has made the following appointment:



* Effective September 27, 2004



Senator Diane B. Allen (7) appointed to Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, *NOT* Martin Luther King Advisory Commission.



The Senate adjourned at 5:52 P.M. to meet again on Thursday, October 14, 2004 (QUORUM, Committee Groups "1" and "2" scheduled to meet).





ASSEMBLY ACTION (QUORUM)



Bills Introduced:



A3316 Biondi,P/Impreveduto,A Cemeteries, cert.-concerns regulation REF ARP

A3317 Impreveduto,A/Biondi,P Marriage/family therapist-revise req. REF ARP

A3318 Wisniewski,J RR police operations-concerns penal. REF ALP

A3319 Scalera,F/Van Drew,J St. FF Assn.-revise governing statute REF ALP

A3320 Connors,C/Rumpf,B NCIC terminals-concerns payment;$250K REF ALP

A3321 Connors,C/Rumpf,B Greenhead flies-control population;$250K REF AHO

A3322 Connors,C/Rumpf,B Elections-estab. cert. procedures REF ASG

A3323 Gibson,J/O'Toole,K+6 Reckless driv-concerns summons REF ALP

A3324 Rumpf,B/Connors,C Driv w/out lic-incr prison sentence REF ALP

A3325 Gusciora,R Naturally Occuring Retire Community REF ASI

A3326 Gusciora,R Credit card solicitations-proh. REF ACO

A3327 Gusciora,R Collective labor negotiations-concerns REF ALA

A3328 Gibson,J/Dancer,R Open space-prov vol income tax contrib REF AAN

A3329 Watson Coleman,B St coll-add mayor to bd of trustees REF AED

A3330 Egan,J/Diegnan,P Mil families, need of assist-tax contrib REF AMV

A3331 Van Drew,J Correctional fac-concerns St. aid REF ALP

A3332 Thompson,S Alco w/out water machines-proh sale REF ALP

A3333 McHose,A Historic prop, crim. destruction-upgrade REF AJU

A3334 Dancer,R Luminescent materials-req cert pathways REF AHO

A3335 Vas,J Personal prop.-concerns cert. taxes REF AHO

A3336 Panter,M/Morgan,R Well drillers, lic-continuing ed req REF AEN

A3337 Panter,M/Morgan,R Open space trust fds-co/mun deposit fds REF AAN

A3338 Burzichelli,J Loc budget limitation-concern exceptions REF AHO

A3339 Burzichelli,J Income tax-unregis. ind., unincorp. bus. REF ALA

A3340 Bodine,F/Biondi,P Traffic congestion avoidance prog-req REF ATR







Bills Introduced: (cont'd)



A3341 Greenstein,L Sch. bus safety-concerns REF AED

A3342 Johnson,G/Manzo,L PERS-allows transfer to PFRS REF ASG

A3343 Burzichelli,J Counter-Terrorism Off-estab REF AHS

A3344 McKeon,J Auto auctions, local-concerns REF AHO

A3345 McKeon,J Wildlife/Wildlife habitat-fed grants REF AAN

A3346 McKeon,J Bike/roller skating helmets-concerns age REF ALP

A3347 Azzolina,J Mun emerg mgmt coorinator-concerns appt REF ALP

A3349 Sires,A/Wolfe,D NJ STARS prog-concerns REF AED

A3350 Gordon,R/Weinberg,L Hearing Aid Asst, Aged Prog-incr subsidy REF ASI

ACR194 McKeon,J/Hackett,M Lt. Gov. Off-estab. REF ASG

ACR208 Burzichelli,J/Quigley,J Rep Natl Convention-reimb security costs REF AHS

ACR209 Greenwald,L/Quigley,J Pub. Health, Env. & Agric. Lab.-approves REF AAP

AR208 Connors,C/Rumpf,B Obesity-higher ed. instit. estab ed prog REF AED

AR209 McKeon,J/Payne,W Republic of the Sudan-condemns Gov REF ASG



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A489 Aca (1R) Watson Coleman,B+6 Loc. Open Space Acquisition-prov contrib REP

A773 Aca (1R) Gusciora,R/Van Drew,J+7 Telephone solicitor-caller id blocking REP/ACA

A1295 Aca (1R) McKeon,J/Merkt,R+3 Law enforcement memor.-concerns REP/ACA

A2090 Aca (1R) Cohen,N/Burzichelli,J MV manuf.-concerns disclosures REP/ACA

A2091 Barnes,P Children's protective eyewear-concerns REP

A2251 Aca (1R) Wisniewski,J/Vas,J+5 Drug free zone-pub. assisted housing REP/ACA

A2373/1135 Acs (ACS) Van Drew,J/Diegnan,P Insur. underwriting guidelines-concerns REP/ACS

A2443 Bateman,C/Barnes,P Juv. Justice Master Plans-concerns REP

A2567 Barnes,P Asst. prosecutors-concern outside emp. REP

A2619 Van Drew,J Police training sch.-enrollment standard REP

A2689 Manzo,L Breast cancer patients-concerns options REP

A2778 Fisher,D/Burzichelli,J+2 Farm income averaging cred.-permits REP

A2908 Cohen,N Securities viol-concerns burden of proof REP

A2913 Cohen,N Late charge collection-concerns REP

A2948 Aca (1R) Scalera,F/Stack,B+2 Crime against pub util emp-upgrade penal REP/ACA

A3050 Vas,J/Quigley,J+5 Pub safety veh refurbishment-issue bonds REP

A3078 Barnes,P/Gibson,J Depository instit.-concerns REP

A3150 Roberts,J/Pou,N Land-recreation & conserv purpose;$70.6M REP

A3174 Van Drew,J Special improvement dist.-concerns REP

A3197 Sires,A/DeCroce,A Northern NJ-park devel.;$22.468M REP

A3198 Greenstein,L/Gusciora,R Central NJ-park devel.;$16.181M REP

A3199 Van Drew,J/Greenwald,L Southern NJ-park devel.;$17.623M REP

A3200 Aca (1R) Watson Coleman,B/Burzichelli,J Land-recreation & conserv. purpose;$75M REP/ACA

A3201 Scalera,F/Gordon,R Nonprofit entities-devel. land;$22.9M REP

A3202 Sires,A/Stack,B+1 Save Ellis Island, Inc.;$120K REP

A3203 Mayer,D/Smith,R Farmland preserv. purposes;$39.8M REP

A3204 Greenwald,L/Previte,M Farmland preserv.-pinelands;$8M REP

A3205 Fisher,D/Burzichelli,J Farmland preserv. purposes;$25M REP

A3206 Greenstein,L/Watson Coleman,B Nonprofit org.-farmland preserv.;$2.5M REP

A3207 Burzichelli,J/Fisher,D Farmland preserv. purposes;$52.4M REP

A3252 Aca (1R) Greenstein,L Main Street NJ prog.-makes changes REP/ACA

A3256 Aca (1R) Roberts,J/Blee,F Bloodborne Disease Harm Reduction Act REP/ACA

A3305 Chivukula,U Foundation for Tech. Advancement-estab. REP

S320 Aca (1R) Bark,M/Kyrillos,J+1 Main Street NJ prog.-makes changes REP/ACA

S334 SsAca (SS/1R) Sarlo,P Crime against pub util emp-upgrade penal REP/ACA

S515 Sacco,N/Sarlo,P Juv. Justice Master Plans-concerns REP

S526 Scs (SCS) Girgenti,J/Bucco,A+2 Police training sch.-enrollment standard REP

S1470 Kean,T Law enforcement memor.-concerns REP



Bills Combined:



A1135 Azzolina,J/Cruz-Perez,N Insur. underwriting guidelines-concerns COMB/W A2373 (ACS)



Bills Reported Referred/AAP:



A292 Acs (ACS) Vandervalk,C/Weinberg,L+18 Contraceptives, prescribed-insur. cover REP/ACS REF AAP

A2900 McKeon,J Homelessness Prev. Prog-prov vol contrib REP REF AAP

A2953 Aca (1R) Chivukula,U Organ donations-gross income tax deduct. REP/ACA REF AAP

S556/600/748 Scs (SCS) Vitale,J/Allen,D+2 Female contraceptives-insur. cover REP REF AAP



Bills Reported Referred/AFI:



A1080 Aca (1R) Cryan,J/Barnes,P+1 Identity Theft Prev. Act REP/ACA REF AFI



Bills Transferred:



A3304 Van Drew,J Corrections privat. contract-concerns FROM ASG TO ALA



Bills Withdrawn From The Files:



ACR193 Weinberg,L Pub. Health, Env. & Agric. Lab.-approves FROM AAP



Co-Sponsors Added:



A266 (Dancer,R)

A318 (Chiappone,A)

A489 Aca (1R) (Wisniewski,J)

A666 (McHose,A)

A779 Acs (ACS) (Mayer,D)

A1632 (Thompson,S)

A2063 (Pennacchio,J)

A2204/2892 Acs (ACS) (Wolfe,D)

A2782 (Scalera,F)

A2818 (Oliver,S)

A2957 (Diegnan,P)

A3202 (McKeon,J)



Second Prime Sponsors Added:



A2090 Aca (1R) (Burzichelli,J)

A3256 Aca (1R) (Blee,F)



Second Prime Sponsors Withdrawn:



A2694 (Van Drew,J)



Third Prime Sponsors Added:



A1135 (Cohen,N)

A3157 (Cohen,N)

A3186 (McKeon,J)

A3256 Aca (1R) (Weinberg,L)

AR 209 (Hackett,M)



Fourth Prime Sponsors Added:



A3256 Aca (1R) (Gusciora,R)



Fifth Prime Sponsors Added:



A3256 Aca (1R) (Caraballo,W)



Sixth Prime Sponsors Added:



A3256 Aca (1R) (Barnes,P)





The Assembly Speaker has made the following appointments:



New Jersey Citizens' Clean Elections Commission:



*Effective September 30, 2004



Victor De Luca, of Maplewood.

Steven Lenox, of Jamesburg.



Note to the 09/30/2004 Digest:



Second Prime Sponsors Added:



AR204 (Voss,J) *NOT* AR205



The Assembly adjourned at 6:45 P.M. to meet again on Thursday, October 7, 2004 (SESSION).



Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:



None



Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (09/30/2004):



None