NEW JERSEY

LEGISLATIVE DIGEST



for March 7, 2005



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Vol. XVII No. 11 211th Legislature Second Annual Session

SENATE ACTION (QUORUM)



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

David Morgan, of Woodbury.

Maryann Bielamowicz, of Pennington.

Max Baker, of Egg Harbor Township.



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE TAX COURT:

Joseph Foster, of Brielle.

James Isman, of Linwood.



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

James H. Flaherty, of Verona.

Richard T. Aicher, Jr., of Lawrenceville, to replace Frank A. Neary, resigned.

Constantine Papademas, P.E., of Montville, to replace Pushpavati Amin.

Connie F. Calisti, of Princeton.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE FISH AND GAME COUNCIL:

Ernest P. Hahn, of West Trenton, to replace Jack Schrier.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE GOVERNMENT RECORDS COUNCIL:

Mitchell E. Fishman, Esq., of Princeton Junction, to replace Bernard Spigner, resigned.



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

Eugene C. Enlow, Esq., of Warren.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MEDICAL PRACTITIONER REVIEW PANEL:

Robert L. Dorio, of Ewing, to replace Scott Seelagy, Esq.



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

Dorothy P. Devenny, of Rumson, to replace James P. Casey, deceased.



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

David A. Smith, of Pennington, to replace Gloria Monty.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY CEMETERY BOARD:

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

Thomas C. Jardim, of Westfield, to replace Stephen Hehl, Esq.

Claribel Azcona-Barber, of New Brunswick, to replace Anthony F. DiLorenzo, resigned.

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

Frank J. DeGeeter, Jr., of Hamburg.

Paul M. Desbiens, of Totowa.

June Nikola, of Colts Neck.

Lawrence J. Colasurdo, of East Hanover.



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

Professor Brenda Louise Henry Leake, Ph.D., of Pennington, to replace Professor Solangel Maldonado, Esq.

Susan L. Blount, Esq., of Chatham Township, to replace William Freeman, resigned.

Ralph Izzo, of Cranbury, to replace Alfred Koeppe, resigned.



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



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL COMMISSION:

Councilwoman Catherine Cassidy, of Wood-Ridge, to replace Joseph Gonzalez, Jr.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY:

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



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY AND HAIRSTYLING:

Armetta Jones, of South Orange, to replace Ronald Jerome Brown.

Joseph R. Santagata, of Landisville.

Giacchino "Jack" A. Fornaro, of Mendham Township, to replace Lisa Camooso, resigned.

Jerry Speziale, of Wayne, to replace Peter P. Macri.

Christian R. Jones, of Columbus, to replace Frances Tomeo Gray.

Denise Pereau, of Williamstown, to replace Patricia Graffin.

Elaine Contessa Haroldson, of Cliffside Park.

Ann Marie Manahan, of Morristown, to replace Lynne Rasiewicz.

Janice Alvarez, of Little Falls, to replace Rose Policastro.



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

Jonathan L. Fellus, M.D., of Glen Ridge.

Meiling Chin, of Madison.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMMISSION:

Carl S. Czaplicki, Jr., of Jersey City.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PENSION AND HEALTH BENEFITS REVIEW COMMISSION:

Margaret M. McMahon, of Spring Lake.



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

Anthony E. Just, D.C., of Woodcliff Lake, to replace Thomas Anthony Senatore, Sr.

Mary-Ellen Rada, D.C., of Jackson.

Michael B. Krouse, D.C., of Warren, to replace Joseph J. Murphy, D.C.

Ken Faulkner, of Ewing Township.

Albert Stabile, Jr., D.C., of Teaneck.

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PLANNING COMMISSION:

Marilyn Lennon, of Seaside Park.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE WOMEN'S HEALTH ADVISORY COMMISSION:

Sandra Ruth Pinkerton, Ed.D., of Fort Lee.

Maria Martins-Lopes, M.D., of Closter.

Jane L. Taylor, of Randolph.

Vielka A. Velazquez, Esq., of Newark.



TO BE THE BERGEN COUNTY DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF ELECTIONS:

Patricia Ann DiCostanzo, of Fort Lee, to replace Theresa Mullins O'Connor.



TO BE THE BERGEN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF ELECTIONS:

Theresa Mullins O'Connor, of Edgewater, to replace Patricia Ann DiCostanzo.



TO BE THE ESSEX COUNTY DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF ELECTIONS:

Kathy V. Sumter Edwards, of Newark, to replace Karla Squier.



Nominations Withdrawn:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE GOVERNMENT RECORDS COUNCIL:

James N. Albers, of Bradley Beach, to replace Bernard Spigner, resigned.



Note to the 2/28/2005 Digest:



Nomination Received and Referred to SJU:



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

Fred J. Abbate, Ph.D., of Moorestown. *NOT* RECEIVED AND REFERRED TO SJU





Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A669 AcaAaAaSca (4R) Van Drew,J/Carroll,M+14 Telephone lines-proh unsolicited fax ads REP/SCA

A1478/1482 AcsAca (ACS/1R) Wisniewski,J+2 Intermodal chassis-concerns REP

A3305 Sca (1R) Chivukula,U/Wisniewski,J+3 Foundation for Tech. Advancement;$75K REP/SCA

A3317 Aa (1R) Eagler,P/Biondi,P+1 Marriage/family therapist-revise req. REP

A3361 Sca (1R) Greenwald,L/Pou,N+4 Med. day care-repeal budget language REP/SCA

A3588 Sires,A/Stack,B+15 Hist. preserv., northern NJ;$4.979M REP

A3589 Roberts,J/Fisher,D+16 Hist. preserv., southern NJ;$6.585M REP

A3590 Watson Coleman,B/Chivukula,U+3 Hist. preserv., central NJ;$6.435M REP

A3674 Aca (1R) Sires,A/Wisniewski,J+3 Ferries-concerns operation REP

ACR100 Sires,A/Watson Coleman,B+5 Lieutenant Gov.-estab. office REP without recommendation

S342 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P/Coniglio,J Telephone lines-proh unsolicited fax ads REP/SCA

S541 ScsSca (SCS/1R) Vitale,J/Martin,R+7 Dept. of Pub. Advocate-restores;$5M REP/SCA

S567 Sca (1R) Baer,B Sci. and Tech. Comm.-concerns royalties REP/SCA

S753 Sca (1R) Turner,S Earned income tax cred.-notification REP/SCA

S1620 Asselta,N/Madden,F Vet. Memorial Hwy.-desig. Rt. 55 REP

S1690 Sca (1R) Kavanaugh,W/Baer,B Chiropractors physicians-reimb same rate REP/SCA

S1759 Scs (SCS) Smith,B Diesel engine emissions-concerns reg. REP/SCS

S1834 Sca (1R) Adler,J Veh., low-speed, ,cert.-reg. operation REP/SCA

S1885 Madden,F Pet cemeteries-proh. maintenance fees REP

S1937 Sca (1R) Doria,J/Asselta,N Contract bidding req.-concerns REP/SCA

S1958 Sca (1R) Bryant,W/Buono,B+1 Streamlined Sales and Use Tax-conforms REP/SCA

S1974 Sca (1R) Singer,R/Doria,J Foundation for Tech. Advancement;$75K REP/SCA

S1991 Karcher,E Real prop., surplus-St. Treasurer sell REP

S2090 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P Med. day care-repeal budget language REP/SCA

S2113 Inverso,P Campaign ads-concerns REP

S2143 Vitale,J/Karcher,E Marriage/family therapist-revise req. REP

S2149 Scutari,N+2 St. Athletic Control Bd.-concerns REP

S2186 Adler,J Chief Finan Off position-create position REP

S2195/345 ScsSca (SCS/1R) Kenny,B/Asselta,N+2 Off. of Inspector General-estab. REP/SCA

S2201 Sca (1R) Sacco,N Intermodal chassis-concerns REP/SCA

S2216 Bryant,W/Sweeney,S+2 Hist. preserv., southern NJ;$6.585M REP

S2217 Turner,S/Kavanaugh,W+1 Hist. preserv., central NJ;$6.435M REP

S2218 Kenny,B/Lance,L+1 Hist. preserv., northern NJ;$4.979M REP

S2228 Sca (1R) Doria,J/Kenny,B+1 Ferries-concerns operation REP/SCA

S2235 Vitale,J Exec. Branch emp.-concerns negotiations REP

S2259 Turner,S Surplus land-auth St. Treasurer to sell REP

S2260 Sca (1R) Bryant,W/Gill,N+1 Health ctrs., fed. qualified-funding REP/SCA

S2297 Coniglio,J/Gill,N St. flood control proj.-concerns costs REP

S2309 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P/Kyrillos,J+1 Hall of Fame-estab. REP/SCA

S2334 Sca (1R) Madden,F/Allen,D+6 Social Svcs. Student Loan Redemption Act REP/SCA

S2346 Sca (1R) Bark,M Electric and gas svc-concern procurement REP/SCA

S2376 Sweeney,S/Asselta,N Agric. commodities, perishable-concerns REP

SCR2 Sca (1R) Turner,S/McNamara,H+4 Lieutenant Gov.-estab. office REP/SCA without recommendation

SCR113 Sca (1R) Smith,B/Adler,J Air pollution-dedicate bus. tax rev. REP/SCA

SR75 Sca (1R) Kenny,B+1 Passaic Riv. Restoration Initiative REP/SCA

SR91 Vitale,J/Sacco,N E-ZPass-pay for gas using Tpk./Parkway REP



Bills Referred/SBA:



A1478/1482 AcsAca (ACS/1R) Wisniewski,J+2 Intermodal chassis-concerns

S1690 Sca (1R) Kavanaugh,W/Baer,B Chiropractors physicians-reimb same rate

S1759 Scs (SCS) Smith,B Diesel engine emissions-concerns reg.

S2201 Sca (1R) Sacco,N Intermodal chassis-concerns

S2297 Coniglio,J/Gill,N St. flood control proj.-concerns costs

SCR113 Sca (1R) Smith,B/Adler,J Air pollution-dedicate bus. tax rev.



Co-Sponsors Added:



S294 (Allen,D) Retir. income-incr income tax exclusions

S541 ScsSca (SCS/1R) (Doria,J) Dept. of Pub. Advocate-restores;$5M

S1406 (Allen,D) Vet. prop. tax deductions-extend elig.

S1725 (Allen,D) Co. fire marshalls-enroll in PFRS

S1903 (Bark,M) Corp. bus. tax yrs. 2002-2005-concerns

S1958 Sca (1R) (Sarlo,P) Streamlined Sales and Use Tax-conforms

S1990 Sca (1R) (Bark,M; Ciesla,A; Kyrillos,J; Palaia,J) Overcrowding-auth. addl. fines







Co-Sponsors Added: (cont'd)



S2085 ScaSca (2R) (Asselta,N) Emerg. Health Powers Act

S2161 Sca (1R) (Gill,N) Domestic viol.-concerns

S2187 (Inverso,P; Turner,S) Gift certificates-concerns redemption

S2195/345 ScsSca (SCS/1R) (Sarlo,P) Off. of Inspector General-estab.

S2218 (Sarlo,P) Hist. preserv., northern NJ;$4.979M

S2260 Sca (1R) (Kavanaugh,W) Health ctrs., fed. qualified-funding

S2272 (Singer,R) St. park ranger-changes title

SJR26 (Ciesla,A) Child Abuse Prev. Mo.-desig. April



Co-Prime Sponsors Added:



S2260 Sca (1R) (Gill,N) Health ctrs., fed. qualified-funding



The Senate President has made the following appointments:



* Effective March 7, 2005



Medical Care Availability Task Force:



Elizabeth A. Ryan, Esq., of Bordentown.

Carol L. Forte, Esq., of Boonton Township.

Michele Kent Guhl, of Lawrenceville.

Thomas E. Ricker, of Hampton Borough.



Note to the 2/14/2005 Digest:



Bills Substituted:



S537 ScaSaSa (3R) Vitale,J/Codey,R SCI-propose series of statute amendments SUB BY *NOT * FOR A1514 (3R)



The Senate adjourned at 7:15 P.M. to meet again on Monday, March 14, 2005 (SESSION, Committees at the Call of the Senate President).



ASSEMBLY ACTION (QUORUM)



Bills Introduced:



A30 Greenstein,L/Merkt,R+1 Pres primary election-prov separate REF ASG

A31 Barnes,P/Vas,J+1 Election Advisory Comm-estab REF ASG

A32 Quigley,J/Chiappone,A+1 Voter's bill of rights-concerns REF ASG

A33 Gusciora,R/Eagler,P+1 Voting machines-produce paper record REF ASG

A34 Manzo,L/Fisher,D+1 Election recounts-concerns REF ASG

A35 Roberts,J/Burzichelli,J+1 Absentee ballots-concerns REF ASG

A36 Stanley,C/Chivukula,U+1 Elections-concerns cert training REF ASG

A37 Diegnan,P/Pou,N+1 Emerg/provisional ballots-prepare report REF ASG

A38 Caraballo,W/Cryan,J+1 Voter regis form-concerns REF ASG

A39 Sires,A/Steele,A+1 Voting/voter penal-incr REF ASG

A40 Mayer,D/Stack,B Voting procedures-concerns REF ASG

A41 Baroni,B/Eagler,P+1 Sch absences, excused-concerns REF ASG

A42 Watson Coleman,B/Green,J+1 Voter regis-changes deadline REF ASG

A43 Greenwald,L/Gordon,R Elections, cert. mun-conduct by mail REF ASG

A44 Rumpf,B/Connors,C+2 Polling Place Access Fd-estab. REF ASG

A45 Russo,D/Greenstein,L+1 Help Amer Vote Act, 2002-implement prov REF ASG

A46 Wisniewski,J/Voss,J+1 Sch used as polling place-security req REF ASG

A3901 Eagler,P Swimming pool applicators-prov. regis. REF ARP

A3902 Eagler,P NJT prop.-concerns taxation REF ATR

A3903 Eagler,P Ammunition, penetrate body armor-proh. REF ALP





Bills Introduced: (cont'd)



A3905 Diegnan,P/Malone,J Optometrists-continuing ed. prog. REF ARP

A3906 Weinberg,L/Gordon,R+1 Medicaid reimb. for transp. svcs-concern REF AHH

A3907 Dancer,R Disab. vet. prop tax exemp-elig criteria REF AMV

A3909 Stanley,C Teacher cert.-concerns REF AED

ACR228 McKeon,J/Panter,M Air pollution-dedicate bus. tax rev. REF AEN

AR255 Stanley,C Rutgers women's basketball-commends REF AED



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A31 Barnes,P/Vas,J+1 Election Advisory Comm-estab REP

A32 Quigley,J/Chiappone,A+1 Voter's bill of rights-concerns REP

A34 Manzo,L/Fisher,D+1 Election recounts-concerns REP

A35 Roberts,J/Burzichelli,J+1 Absentee ballots-concerns REP

A37 Diegnan,P/Pou,N+1 Emerg/provisional ballots-prepare report REP

A41 Baroni,B/Eagler,P+1 Sch absences, excused-concerns REP

A541 Myers,C First Aid Council-concerns memb. REP

A2133 Acs (ACS) Gusciora,R/Manzo,L+36 St. contracts-concerns emp. REP/ACS

A2428 Aca (1R) Caraballo,W Sr. Cit. Housing, Health Screening;$50K REP/ACA

A2796 McHose,A Wildcat Rock Shelter brook-concerns name REP

A3226 Manzo,L Transfer stations-concerns REP

A3501 AcaAca (2R) Weinberg,L/Manzo,L Emerg. Health Powers Act REP/ACA

A3562 Aca (1R) Burzichelli,J+1 Higher ed. fac.-concerns availability REP/ACA

A3572 Payne,W Centralized Statewide purch sys-concerns REP

A3643 Fisher,D/Burzichelli,J+8 Vessel haz substance discharge-incr liab REP

A3748 Watson Coleman,B/Gusciora,R Surplus land-auth St. Treasurer to sell REP

A3766 Aca (1R) Diegnan,P/Fisher,D+1 Tomato-desig. as St. Vegetable REP/ACA

A3796 Aca (1R) Diegnan,P/Bramnick,J+1 Sr. cit. resid. lease-early termination REP/ACA

A3816 Sires,A/Malone,J Exec. Branch emp.-concerns negotiations REP

A3817 Sires,A/Malone,J SHBP-concerns elected off., emp of union REP

A3904 Aca (1R) Stanley,C Special Ed. Review Comm.-estab. REP/ACA

A3908 Aca (1R) Stanley,C Study Attendance in Pub. Sch. Task Force REP/ACA

AJR109 Chatzidakis,L/Bodine,F WWII, 60th anniversary of end-commem. REP

AJR110 Connors,C/Rumpf,B P.O.W.-M.I.A. Wk. of Remembrance-April REP

AJR116/104 Acs (ACS) Cohen,N/Bramnick,J+1 Holocaust victims/survivors-honors REP/ACS

AR69 Smith,R Pinelands Mun Fire Safety-create comm REP

AR120 Gusciora,R World language instruction-curriculum REP

AR184 Aca (1R) Van Drew,J/Egan,J+4 NJ job loss-create study comm. REP/ACA

AR213 Wolfe,D/Malone,J Natl. Guard, Reserves-incr. ed. benf. REP

AR218 Weinberg,L/Voss,J+9 Elizabeth Stanton-honor accomplishments REP

AR227 Aca (1R) McKeon,J/Panter,M+9 Passaic Riv. Restoration Initiative REP/ACA

AR239 Conners,J/Mayer,D+3 Vietnam Conflict-commem. 30th anniv. REP

AR247 Pou,N HIV Infection, 50 yrs & Older Day-May 27 REP

AR249 Quigley,J/Pou,N Cong. Pascrell-honors REP

AR254 Weinberg,L/Quigley,J+8 Women's Hist. Month-desig. March 2005 REP

AR255 Stanley,C Rutgers women's basketball-commends REP

S494 ScaSca (2R) Turner,S/Coniglio,J+4 St. contracts, cert-concerns performance REP

S1508 Littell,R Wildcat Rock Shelter brook-concerns name REP

SJR16 Connors,L/Allen,D+1 P.O.W.-M.I.A. Wk. of Remembrance-April REP



Bills Reported Referred/AAP:



A30 Greenstein,L/Merkt,R+1 Pres primary election-prov separate REP REF AAP

A33 Gusciora,R/Eagler,P+1 Voting machines-produce paper record REP REF AAP

A36 Stanley,C/Chivukula,U+1 Elections-concerns cert training REP REF AAP

A38 Caraballo,W/Cryan,J+1 Voter regis form-concerns REP REF AAP

A39 Sires,A/Steele,A+1 Voting/voter penal-incr REP REF AAP

A40 Mayer,D/Stack,B Voting procedures-concerns REP REF AAP

A42 Watson Coleman,B/Green,J+1 Voter regis-changes deadline REP REF AAP

A43 Greenwald,L/Gordon,R Elections, cert. mun-conduct by mail REP REF AAP

A44 Rumpf,B/Connors,C+2 Polling Place Access Fd-estab. REP REF AAP

A45 Russo,D/Greenstein,L+1 Help Amer Vote Act, 2002-implement prov REP REF AAP

A46 Wisniewski,J/Voss,J+1 Sch used as polling place-security req REP REF AAP

A2169 Aca (1R) Diegnan,P/Barnes,P Sch. buses, newly-manuf.-equip w/sensors REP/ACA REF AAP

A2310 Conaway,H Deputy superintendent of elections-estab REP REF AAP

A2804 Aca (1R) Conners,J/Van Drew,J Armed Svcs. Unemp. Benefits Act REP/ACA REF AAP

A3339 Acs (ACS) Burzichelli,J Income tax-unregis. ind., unincorp. bus. REP/ACS REF AAP







Bills Reported Referred/AAP: (cont'd)



A3625 Payne,W/Munoz,E+9 Billy's Law-concerns special ed students REP REF AAP

A3629 Aca (1R) Weinberg,L/Eagler,P+1 Disab. vet.-concerns prop. tax exemp. REP/ACA REF AAP

A3653 Van Drew,J Farmland preserv.-concerns REP REF AAP

A3835 Fisher,D/Burzichelli,J Agric. commodities, perishable-concerns REP REF AAP



Bills Reported Referred/ALP:



S1044 Sca (1R) Bryant,W/Turner,S Police off applicant fitness-investigate REP REF ALP



Bills Combined:



AJR104 Bodine,F/Chatzidakis,L+1 Nazi concentration camp liberation-anniv COMB/W AJR116 (ACS)



Bills Received from Governor/Conditional Veto:



A1500 Greenstein,L/Panter,M+13 Camp. contrib, cert bus entities-concern



Bills Given First Reading w/Governor's Recommendation:



A1500 Greenstein,L/Panter,M+13 Camp. contrib, cert bus entities-concern



Bills Given Second Reading w/Governor's Recommendation:



A1500 w/GR (1R) Greenstein,L/Panter,M+13 Camp. contrib, cert bus entities-concern



Bills Transferred:



A3760 Cohen,N Voting Rights Act-estab. FROM ASG TO AAP



Co-Sponsors Added:



A259 (Chiappone,A) Lead toxicity-mand. testing for children

A323 (Chiappone,A) Bd. of ed-unseal subcontracting bids

A879 (Chiappone,A) Gang viol. prev.-offer instruction

A917 (Wolfe,D) Vet. prop. tax exemp.-extends to co-op.

A1285 (Wolfe,D) Vet. prop. tax deductions-extend elig.

A1316 (Chiappone,A) Med. malpractice liab. insur.-concerns

A1389 (Cryan,J) Vet. benf., cert.-broadens elig.

A1593/2315 Acs (ACS) (Dancer,R) Rx Prog.-estab.

A1835 (Hackett,M) Vet., 100% disab.-prop. tax exemp. elig.

A2395 (Johnson,G) Pregnancy/breast feeding-civil rights

A2608 (Chiappone,A) Sch. bds.-adoption of salary policy

A2795 AcaAa (2R) (Smith,R) St. coll. bd. of trustees-adds 2 emp.

A2973 (Morgan,R) Defibrillators-req. in pub. sch. bldgs.

A3064 (Johnson,G; Weinberg,L; Caraballo,W) Retail food estab.-prov. cert. info.

A3231 (Corodemus,S; Kean,S; Gibson,J) Sch. dist. budget caps-concerns

A3369 (Chiappone,A) Pub. transp, sr cit/disab-concerns fares

A3423 (Chiappone,A) Mil. memb.-exemp., realty transfer fees

A3446 (Gibson,J) Stewardship of forests-concerns

A3625 (Weinberg,L) Billy's Law-concerns special ed students

A3678 (Chiappone,A; Stack,B) Law Against Discrim.-amends

A3704 (Conover,K) AIDS Drug Distrib. Prog.;$4,998,581

A3724 Aca (1R) (Van Drew,J) Family Health Care Coverage Act

A3750 (Stack,B) Gov., St. ad. or promotions-limit fds.

A3796 Aca (1R) (Fisher,D) Sr. cit. resid. lease-early termination

A3833 (Stack,B; Wisniewski,J; Vas,J; Caraballo,W) Advance Directive Mental Health Care Act

A3834 (Weinberg,L; Caraballo,W) Bus. tax cred.-lowers job elig. req.









Co-Sponsors Added: (cont'd)



A3880 (Johnson,G; Caraballo,W; Smith,R; Vas,J) St. Earned Income Cred. prog.-elig.

A3881 (Johnson,G; Caraballo,W; Smith,R; Vas,J) Tax preparation svcs.-concerns

ACR199 (Chiappone,A) Individuals w/Disab. Ed. Act-fully fd.

AJR116/104 Acs (ACS) (Fisher,D) Holocaust victims/survivors-honors

AR184 Aca (1R) (Fisher,D; Scalera,F) NJ job loss-create study comm.



Co-Sponsors Withdrawn:



A1786 (Chiappone,A) Prop. tax reform-St. constit. convention



Second Prime Sponsors Added:



A421 (Voss,J) Compulsive gambling-curricula

A577 (Chiappone,A) Thomas & John Jackson Station-desig.

A2887 (McKeon,J) Tenant lock-out-disorderly offense

A2987 Aca (1R) (McKeon,J) Internatl. money transmissions-concerns

A3531 (Van Drew,J) Alco. Ed, Rehab. & Enforce. Fd.-incr. fd

A3692 (Scalera,F) PFRS-concerns accidental death benf.

A3753 (Munoz,E) Elected off.-concerns forfeiture of benf

A3785 (Van Drew,J) St. park ranger-changes title

A3816 (Malone,J) Exec. Branch emp.-concerns negotiations

A3817 (Malone,J) SHBP-concerns elected off., emp of union



The Assembly Speaker has made the following appointments:



*Effective February 24, 2005



State Revenue Forecasting Advisory Commission:



Peter M. Torok, of West Caldwell.



*Effective March 1, 2005



Regional Impact Council (RIC):



William Castner, of Cherry Hill.



Note to the 3/1/2005 Digest:



Bills Introduced:



A3880 Fisher,D/Cruz-Perez,N+16 St. Earned Income Cred. prog.-elig. REF AAP *NOT* ALA



The Assembly adjourned at 6:34 P.M. to meet again on Thursday, March 10, 2005 (QUORUM, Committees at the Call of the Assembly Speaker).



Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:



None



Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (3/1/2005):



P.L.2005, c.38. S1752 Sca (1R) Baer,B/McKeon,J 3/7/2005 Dental Plan Org. Act-various revisions

P.L.2005, c.39. S1815 Aca (1R) Girgenti,J/Bucco,A+22 3/7/2005 St. FF Assn.-revise governing statute





Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (3/1/2005): (cont'd)



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