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Vol. XVII No. 14 211th Legislature Second Annual Session

SENATE ACTION (SESSION)



Nominations Advise and Consent:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

David Morgan, of Woodbury.

Maryann Bielamowicz, of Pennington.

James Pfeiffer, of Phillipsburg.

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 CASINO REINVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY:

Robert J. Boyce, Jr., of Margate.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DRUG UTILIZATION REVIEW BOARD:

Alan S. Lichtbroun, M.D., of East Brunswick.

Donald K. Woodward, Pharm.D., of Somerset, to replace Christopher A. Cella.

Linda Goldwater Gochfeld, M.D., of Princeton, to replace Joseph Nicholas Micale.

David Ethan Swee, M.D., of Highland Park.

Sandra C. Moore, Pharm.D., of West Windsor, to replace Mary E. Petit, Pharm. D., resigned.

Eileen M. Moynihan, M.D., of Haddon Heights.

Kristine M. Olson, APN, C, of Lambertville.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE GOVERNMENT RECORDS COUNCIL:

Robin Berg Tabakin, Esq., of Randolph, to replace Ginny Hook, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MARINE FISHERIES COUNCIL:

Richard N. Herb, of Avalon.

Joseph M. Rizzo, of Mayetta.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MEDICAL CARE AVAILABILITY TASK FORCE:

Dr. Jorge L. Gonzalez-Gomez, of Sayreville.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY BUILDING AUTHORITY:

Morris S. Rubino, of Trenton, to replace Stephen Roger Ehrlich.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY CEMETERY BOARD:

Lawrence J. Colasurdo, of East Hanover.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR SMALL BUSINESSES, MINORITIES AND WOMEN'S ENTERPRISES:

Kate Sweeney, of New Brunswick, to replace Barbara Ramsay.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY TRANSIT CORPORATION:

Honorable Kenneth E. Pringle, of Belmar, to replace John L.McGoldrick, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE POLICE AND FIREMEN'S RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF NEW JERSEY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Vincent J. Foti, of Morristown.





Nominations Advise and Consent: (cont'd)



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH COUNCIL:

Dennis San Filippo, of Montville, to replace Miriam Cohen.



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

Steven H. Caltabiano, of Pedricktown, to replace Joseph Davenport.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE ATHLETIC CONTROL BOARD:

Anthony M. Orlando, of Linden, to replace Gerard Gormley, Jr., resigned.



TO BE A WORKERS' COMPENSATION JUDGE:

John J. Tumulty, III, of West Trenton.

Gerald J. Eak, of Haddonfield.

Mark S. Sininsky, of Lakewood.



TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

Patricia M. Kerins, of Titusville.



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY MARITIME PILOT AND DOCKING PILOT COMMISSION:

Charles Wowkanech, of Ocean City.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PASSAIC VALLEY SEWEAGE COMMISSION:

Angelina M. Paserchia, of Belleville.



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

Anthony R. Coscia, of North Caldwell.



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

Albert L. Gutierrez, of Egg Harbor Township, to replace Carmen Matos, Esq.

Emma N. Byrne, of Manasquan, to replace Carole Hedinger, resigned.



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

John M. Wolkstein, D.C., of Livingston, to replace W. Brian Atkisson.



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

H. O'Neil Williams, CPA, of South Orange, to replace Deborah Rivosa.



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

Nicholas L. Carnevale, of Skillman.



Nominations Reported from Committee:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

James Pfeiffer, of Phillipsburg.

Maryann Bielamowicz, of Pennington.

David Morgan, of Woodbury.

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 CASINO REINVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY:

Robert J. Boyce, Jr., of Margate.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DRUG UTILIZATION REVIEW BOARD:

David Ethan Swee, M.D., of Highland Park.

Donald K. Woodward, Pharm.D., of Somerset, to replace Christopher A. Cella.

Linda Goldwater Gochfeld, M.D., of Princeton, to replace Joseph Nicholas Micale.

Kristine M. Olson, APN, C, of Lambertville.

Eileen M. Moynihan, M.D., of Haddon Heights.

Sandra C. Moore, Pharm.D., of West Windsor, to replace Mary E. Petit, Pharm. D., resigned.

Alan S. Lichtbroun, M.D., of East Brunswick.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE GOVERNMENT RECORDS COUNCIL:

Robin Berg Tabakin, Esq., of Randolph, to replace Ginny Hook, resigned.



Nominations Reported from Committee: (cont'd)



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MARINE FISHERIES COUNCIL:

Richard N. Herb, of Avalon.

Joseph M. Rizzo, of Mayetta.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE MEDICAL CARE AVAILABILITY TASK FORCE:

Dr. Jorge L. Gonzalez-Gomez, of Sayreville.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY BUILDING AUTHORITY:

Morris S. Rubino, of Trenton, to replace Stephen Roger Ehrlich.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY CEMETERY BOARD:

Lawrence J. Colasurdo, of East Hanover.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR SMALL BUSINESSES, MINORITIES AND WOMEN'S ENTERPRISES:

Kate Sweeney, of New Brunswick, to replace Barbara Ramsay.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY TRANSIT CORPORATION:

Honorable Kenneth E. Pringle, of Belmar, to replace John L.McGoldrick, Esq.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE POLICE AND FIREMEN'S RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF NEW JERSEY - BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

Vincent J. Foti, of Morristown.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH COUNCIL:

Dennis San Filippo, of Montville, to replace Miriam Cohen.



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

Steven H. Caltabiano, of Pedricktown, to replace Joseph Davenport.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE ATHLETIC CONTROL BOARD:

Anthony M. Orlando, of Linden, to replace Gerard Gormley, Jr., resigned.



TO BE A WORKERS' COMPENSATION JUDGE:

John J. Tumulty, III, of West Trenton.

Gerald J. Eak, of Haddonfield.

Mark S. Sininsky, of Lakewood.



TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

Patricia M. Kerins, of Titusville.



Nominations Withdrawn:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY CEMETERY BOARD:

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



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

Lawrence Goldman, J.D., of Westfield, to replace Deborah Rivosa.



Nominations Corrected Copy:



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

Michael B. Krouse, D.C., of Warren Township, to replace Joseph J. Louro, Jr. *NOT* Joseph J. Murphy, D.C.

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

Giacchino "Jack" A. Fornaro, of Oxford *NOT* Mendham Township, to replace Lisa Camooso, resigned.

Elaine Contessa Haroldson, of Whiting *NOT* Cliffside Park.



Bills Introduced:



S2423 Allen,D Mil. families, need of asst.-tax contrib REF SLP

S2424 Lesniak,R/Cardinale,G DOB-concerns cert enforcement powers REF SCM

S2425 Gill,N Cell phone prov.-disclosing number proh. REF SCM

S2426 Gill,N Off of Women's Research & Policy-creates REF SHH

S2427 Doria,J Prescription drug plans-repeals cert req REF SHH

S2428 McNamara,H/Connors,L Vet organizations-concerns funding REF SCU









Bills Introduced: (cont'd)



S2429 Smith,B/Karcher,E Camp contrib limits-concerns REF SSG

S2430 Vitale,J/Lance,L Tax exemp., short term-concerns REF SCU

S2431 Vitale,J/Buono,B+1 Elected off.-concerns forfeiture of benf REF SJU

S2432 Vitale,J/Madden,F Medicaid Managed Care Qual Improvement REF SHH

S2433 Rice,R/Buono,B+1 Prescription Monitoring Prog.-estab. REF SHH

S2434 Girgenti,J/Bucco,A Natl. Guard memb.-vol income tax contrib REF SLP

S2435 Kean,T Health savings accts.-estab. REF SCM

S2436 Kean,T Fetal homicide-creates offense REF SJU

S2437 Karcher,E/Vitale,J Law Against Discrim.-amends REF SJU

S2438 Adler,J/Turner,S Domestic viol violation-restrict lic REF SJU

S2439 Adler,J/Karcher,E Pub off/emp convicted cert crime-concern REF SJU

S2440 Turner,S Computer sys.-disclose security breach REF SCM

S2441 Baer,B SS numbers-proh. use and display REF SCM

S2442 Buono,B Consumer options-concerns REF SCM

S2443 Buono,B Sch. buses, newly-manuf.-equip w/sensors REF SED

S2444 Adler,J Bicycle commuters-income tax deduct. REF SBA

S2445 Kenny,B Primary practitioner-loan redemption REF SED

S2446 Adler,J JRS-concerns survivor benf continuation REF SSG

S2447 Kyrillos,J/Adler,J+5 Ethics training-req gov affairs agents REF SSG

S2448 Kyrillos,J/Adler,J+5 Loc gov off appointed-ethic training req REF SSG

S2449 Kyrillos,J/Adler,J+5 Leg ethics training-concerns REF SSG

S2450 Palaia,J Striped bass-changes limits REF SEN

SCR118 Madden,F Healthy NJ 2010-reaffirms goals REF SHH

SCR119 Ciesla,A/Connors,L+1 Bills, tax-3/5 majority vote in Leg. REF SBA

SJR58 Buono,B/Kyrillos,J Deep-Vein Thrombosis Awareness Mo-March REF SHH

SJR59 Allen,D/Palaia,J Sch Bus Driv Appreciation Day-May 27 REF SED

SR93 Karcher,E/Martin,R Kyoto Treaty-urge Pres to ratify REF SEN

SR94 Buono,B SS-memor Cong to reject privatizing REF SBA



Bills Passed:



A1500 w/GR (1R) Greenstein,L/Panter,M+15 Camp. contrib, cert bus entities-concern (36-0)

A1838 Aca (1R) Weinberg,L/Johnson,G+6 Cigarette Sales Act (37-0)

A1992 Aca (1R) Weinberg,L/Previte,M+5 Adoptions, foreign countries-concerns (40-0)

A2605 Aca (1R) Stender,L/Bramnick,J+2 Crosswalks-failure to yield, incr. penal (39-0)

A3247 Van Drew,J+3 Campgrounds-distinguish from priv. resid (39-0)

A3581 Sires,A/Scalera,F+22 Sept 11th Mem, Liberty St Park-donations (39-0)

A3588 Sires,A/Stack,B+21 Hist. preserv., northern NJ;$4.979M (40-0)

A3589 Roberts,J/Fisher,D+21 Hist. preserv., southern NJ;$6.585M (40-0)

A3590 Watson Coleman,B/Chivukula,U+6 Hist. preserv., central NJ;$6.435M (40-0)

A3674 Aca (1R) Sires,A/Wisniewski,J+7 Ferries-concerns operation (27-11)

A3693 Aca (1R) Conners,J/Cohen,N+16 WWII Vets' Memorial Fd.-creates (39-0)

A3705 Aca (1R) Voss,J/Greenstein,L+10 St. Tuition Aid Grant Prog.-concerns (40-0)

A3835 Fisher,D/Burzichelli,J+4 Agric. commodities, perishable-concerns (40-0)

ACR100 Sires,A/Watson Coleman,B+10 Lieutenant Gov.-estab. office (32-5)

AJR116/104 Acs (ACS) Cohen,N/Bramnick,J+10 Holocaust victims/survivors-honors (39-0)

S567 Sca (1R) Baer,B/Doria,J Sci. and Tech. Comm.-concerns royalties (40-0)

S1298 ScaSaAa (3R) Sarlo,P/Bucco,A+4 Pupil transp. contracts-concerns (39-1)

S1431 ScaScs (SCS) Rice,R/Kean,T Qual single Acct Continuum-estab (40-0)

S1684 Sa (1R) Codey,R Sudden death in infancy-concern research (25-15)

S1991 Karcher,E Real prop., surplus-St. Treasurer sell (23-16)

S2104 ScaSa (2R) Adler,J Wills and estates-concerns (40-0)

S2106 Rice,R/Allen,D+1 Long-term care fac.-concerns criteria (40-0)

S2113 Inverso,P Campaign ads-concerns (39-0)

S2172 Sca (1R) Smith,B Well drillers, pump installers-concerns (39-0)

S2177 Sca (1R) Sweeney,S/Littell,R+7 Dam restoration/repair proj.-finan. (39-0)

S2194 Sa (1R) Karcher,E/Scutari,N+4 St. contracting process-concerns (40-0)

S2259 Turner,S Surplus land-auth St. Treasurer to sell (23-16)

S2260 Sca (1R) Bryant,W/Gill,N+1 Health ctrs., fed. qualified-funding (35-0)

S2298 Sca (1R) Lesniak,R Standard nonforfeiture law-revises (40-0)

S2334 ScaSa (2R) Madden,F/Allen,D+6 Social Svcs. Student Loan Redemption Act (40-0)

SJR41 Bark,M Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Wk-desig (39-0)

SR75 Sca (1R) Kenny,B+1 Passaic Riv. Restoration Initiative (Voice)

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

SR92 Kyrillos,J/Karcher,E+3 Brain Injury Awareness Mo.-declare March (Voice)







Bills Substituted:



A1838 Aca (1R) Weinberg,L/Johnson,G+6 Cigarette Sales Act SUB FOR S693 (SS)

A1992 Aca (1R) Weinberg,L/Previte,M+5 Adoptions, foreign countries-concerns SUB FOR S285

A2605 Aca (1R) Stender,L/Bramnick,J+2 Crosswalks-failure to yield, incr. penal SUB FOR S2099

A3247 Van Drew,J+3 Campgrounds-distinguish from priv. resid SUB FOR S2008

A3581 Sires,A/Scalera,F+22 Sept 11th Mem, Liberty St Park-donations SUB FOR S2137

A3588 Sires,A/Stack,B+21 Hist. preserv., northern NJ;$4.979M SUB FOR S2218

A3589 Roberts,J/Fisher,D+21 Hist. preserv., southern NJ;$6.585M SUB FOR S2216

A3590 Watson Coleman,B/Chivukula,U+6 Hist. preserv., central NJ;$6.435M SUB FOR S2217

A3674 Aca (1R) Sires,A/Wisniewski,J+7 Ferries-concerns operation SUB FOR S2228 (1R)

A3693 Aca (1R) Conners,J/Cohen,N+16 WWII Vets' Memorial Fd.-creates SUB FOR S2365

A3705 Aca (1R) Voss,J/Greenstein,L+10 St. Tuition Aid Grant Prog.-concerns SUB FOR S2205 (1R)

A3835 Fisher,D/Burzichelli,J+4 Agric. commodities, perishable-concerns SUB FOR S2376

ACR100 Sires,A/Watson Coleman,B+10 Lieutenant Gov.-estab. office SUB FOR SCR2 (1R)

AJR116/104 Acs (ACS) Cohen,N/Bramnick,J+10 Holocaust victims/survivors-honors SUB FOR SJR43 (1R)

S285 Gill,N+2 Adoptions, foreign countries-concerns SUB BY A1992 (1R)

S693 Ss (SS) Vitale,J/Karcher,E+2 Cigarette Sales Act SUB BY A1838 (1R)

S2008 Asselta,N Campgrounds-distinguish from priv. resid SUB BY A3247

S2099 Coniglio,J Crosswalks-failure to yield, incr. penal SUB BY A2605 (1R)

S2137 Kenny,B/Doria,J+16 Sept 11th Mem, Liberty St Park-donations SUB BY A3581

S2205 Sca (1R) Karcher,E/Bark,M+2 St. Tuition Aid Grant Prog.-concerns SUB BY A3705 (1R)

S2216 Bryant,W/Sweeney,S+3 Hist. preserv., southern NJ;$6.585M SUB BY A3589

S2217 Turner,S/Kavanaugh,W+1 Hist. preserv., central NJ;$6.435M SUB BY A3590

S2218 Kenny,B/Lance,L+4 Hist. preserv., northern NJ;$4.979M SUB BY A3588

S2228 Sca (1R) Doria,J/Kenny,B+1 Ferries-concerns operation SUB BY A3674 (1R)

S2365 Madden,F+1 WWII Vets' Memorial Fd.-creates SUB BY A3693 (1R)

S2376 Sweeney,S/Asselta,N Agric. commodities, perishable-concerns SUB BY A3835

SCR2 Sca (1R) Turner,S/McNamara,H+3 Lieutenant Gov.-estab. office SUB BY ACR100

SJR43 Sa (1R) Bark,M+3 Nazi concentration camp liberation-anniv SUB BY AJR116/104 (ACS)



Bills Returned Second Reading/Amended:



A729 AcaScaSa (3R) Bodine,F/Chatzidakis,L+1 Fireworks-proh. in cert. bldgs (39-0) Karcher

A3305 ScaSa (2R) Chivukula,U/Wisniewski,J+3 Foundation for Tech. Advancement (39-0) Singer

A3673 AcaSa (2R) Watson Coleman,B/Green,J+3 Abandoned prop.-concerns (39-0) Rice

S1974 ScaSa (2R) Singer,R/Doria,J Foundation for Tech. Advancement (39-0) Singer

S2085 ScaScaSa (3R) Vitale,J/Lance,L+2 Emerg. Health Powers Act (39-0) Vitale

S2133 ScaSa (2R) Rice,R+1 Planning, zoning bd. memb.-prov educ req (36-0) Rice



Bills Returned Second Reading/Substitute:



S2215 ScaSs (SS) Bryant,W+1 Persons on parole-concerns voting rights (23-15) Bryant



Bills Transferred:



S1975 Singer,R+2 Stewardship of forests-concerns FROM SEG TO SEN



Co-Sponsors Added:



S294 (Coniglio,J) Retir. income-incr income tax exclusions

S1261 (Allen,D) Drug court prog.-expand;$1.793M

S1919 (Vitale,J) St. emp., essential-prov. comp. time

S1990 Sca (1R) (Kenny,B) Overcrowding-auth. addl. fines

S2085 ScaScaSa (3R) (Baer,B) Emerg. Health Powers Act

S2151 (Coniglio,J; Madden,F) Vol. assn.-pub. sch. dist. participation

S2177 Sca (1R) (Allen,D; Madden,F) Dam restoration/repair proj.-finan.

S2205 Sca (1R) (Madden,F) St. Tuition Aid Grant Prog.-concerns

S2216 (Allen,D) Hist. preserv., southern NJ;$6.585M

S2218 (Allen,D; Bucco,A; Doria,J) Hist. preserv., northern NJ;$4.979M

S2228 Sca (1R) (Baer,B) Ferries-concerns operation

S2241 (Sweeney,S) Dam, Lake Restoration Bond Act of 2005

S2365 (Allen,D) WWII Vets' Memorial Fd.-creates

S2431 (Singer,R) Elected off.-concerns forfeiture of benf

S2433 (Vitale,J) Prescription Monitoring Prog.-estab.

S2447 (Palaia,J; Karcher,E; Ciesla,A; Bucco,A; Martin,R) Ethics training-req gov affairs agents



Co-Sponsors Added: (cont'd)



S2448 (Palaia,J; Karcher,E; Ciesla,A; Bucco,A; Martin,R) Loc gov off appointed-ethic training req

S2449 (Palaia,J; Karcher,E; Ciesla,A; Bucco,A; Martin,R) Leg ethics training-concerns

SCR20 (Allen,D) Prop. tax reform-special session of Leg.

SCR119 (McNamara,H) Bills, tax-3/5 majority vote in Leg.

SJR43 Sa (1R) (Allen,D; Baer,B) Nazi concentration camp liberation-anniv

SR92 (Allen,D; Sweeney,S) Brain Injury Awareness Mo.-declare March



Co-Prime Sponsors Added:



S567 Sca (1R) (Doria,J) Sci. and Tech. Comm.-concerns royalties

S651 (Kyrillos,J) Voter regis. forms-concerns delivering

S2040 (Allen,D) Ovarian cancer awareness campaign-estab.

S2151 (Bryant,W) Vol. assn.-pub. sch. dist. participation

S2358 (Sweeney,S) UEZ bus., cert.-energy purch, tax exemp.

S2364 (Karcher,E) Security, Finan. Empowerment Act-creates

S2417 (Turner,S) Special Ed. Review Comm.-estab.

S2419 (Vitale,J) Prompt Health Care Claims Processing Act



Co-Sponsors Added to Bills Substituted:



A1838 Aca (1R) (Vitale,J; Karcher,E; Buono,B; Sweeney,S) Cigarette Sales Act

A1992 Aca (1R) (Gill,N; Buono,B; Adler,J) Adoptions, foreign countries-concerns

A2605 Aca (1R) (Coniglio,J) Crosswalks-failure to yield, incr. penal

A3247 (Asselta,N) Campgrounds-distinguish from priv. resid

A3581 (Kenny,B; Doria,J; Karcher,E; Sacco,N; Kyrillos,J; Bark,M; Bryant,W; Bucco,A; Buono,B; Coniglio,J; James,S;

Kavanaugh,W; Kean,T; Lance,L; Littell,R; Sarlo,P; Sweeney,S; Turner,S) Sept 11th Mem, Liberty St Park-donations

A3588 (Kenny,B; Lance,L; Sarlo,P; Allen,D; Bucco,A; Doria,J) Hist. preserv., northern NJ;$4.979M

A3589 (Bryant,W; Sweeney,S; Asselta,N; Karcher,E; Allen,D) Hist. preserv., southern NJ;$6.585M

A3590 (Turner,S; Kavanaugh,W; Karcher,E) Hist. preserv., central NJ;$6.435M

A3674 Aca (1R) (Doria,J; Kenny,B; Sacco,N; Baer,B) Ferries-concerns operation

A3693 Aca (1R) (Madden,F; Allen,D) WWII Vets' Memorial Fd.-creates

A3705 Aca (1R) (Karcher,E; Bark,M; Bucco,A; Madden,F) St. Tuition Aid Grant Prog.-concerns

A3835 (Sweeney,S; Asselta,N) Agric. commodities, perishable-concerns

ACR100 (Turner,S; McNamara,H; Vitale,J; Karcher,E; Buono,B) Lieutenant Gov.-estab. office

AJR116/104 Acs (ACS) (Bark,M; Karcher,E; Allen,D; Baer,B) Holocaust victims/survivors-honors



The Senate adjourned at 6:07 P.M. to meet again on Thursday, May 5, 2005 (QUORUM, Committee Groups "1" and "2" scheduled to meet).



ASSEMBLY ACTION



The Assembly did not meet. The Assembly will meet again at a date and time to be announced.



Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:



A1500 w/GR (1R) Greenstein,L/Panter,M+15 Camp. contrib, cert bus entities-concern

A1838 Aca (1R) Weinberg,L/Johnson,G+6 Cigarette Sales Act

A1992 Aca (1R) Weinberg,L/Previte,M+5 Adoptions, foreign countries-concerns

A2605 Aca (1R) Stender,L/Bramnick,J+2 Crosswalks-failure to yield, incr. penal

A3247 Van Drew,J+3 Campgrounds-distinguish from priv. resid

A3581 Sires,A/Scalera,F+22 Sept 11th Mem, Liberty St Park-donations

A3588 Sires,A/Stack,B+21 Hist. preserv., northern NJ;$4.979M

A3589 Roberts,J/Fisher,D+21 Hist. preserv., southern NJ;$6.585M

A3590 Watson Coleman,B/Chivukula,U+6 Hist. preserv., central NJ;$6.435M

A3674 Aca (1R) Sires,A/Wisniewski,J+7 Ferries-concerns operation

A3693 Aca (1R) Conners,J/Cohen,N+16 WWII Vets' Memorial Fd.-creates

A3705 Aca (1R) Voss,J/Greenstein,L+10 St. Tuition Aid Grant Prog.-concerns

A3835 Fisher,D/Burzichelli,J+4 Agric. commodities, perishable-concerns

AJR116/104 Acs (ACS) Cohen,N/Bramnick,J+10 Holocaust victims/survivors-honors

S1298 ScaSaAa (3R) Sarlo,P/Bucco,A+4 Pupil transp. contracts-concerns







Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (3/14/2005):



P.L.2005, c.43. S682 Scs (SCS) Martin,R/McNamara,H 3/21/2005 Superfund sites-exemp. cleanup liab.

P.L.2005, c.44. S1086 Sca (1R) Bucco,A/Adler,J+2 3/21/2005 Taxation bd., co.-incr. memb.

P.L.2005, c.45. A306 Aca w/GR (2R) Vandervalk,C/Cohen,N+5 3/21/2005 Individual deferred annuities-concerns

P.L.2005, c.46. A569 AcaAa (2R) Van Drew,J+4 3/21/2005 Slot machine annuity jackpots-concerns

P.L.2005, c.47. A1559 Payne,W/Watson Coleman,B+5 3/21/2005 Black Cultural Initiative Foundation-est

P.L.2005, c.48. A1985 Aca (1R) Weinberg,L/Vandervalk,C+3 3/21/2005 Physician asst.-concerns prescriptions

P.L.2005, c.49. A3317 Aa (1R) Eagler,P/Biondi,P+3 3/21/2005 Marriage/family therapist-revise req.

P.L.2005, c.50. S1668 ScsAca (SCS/1R) Turner,S/Vitale,J+6 3/21/2005 Emerg. contraception-sex assault victim



P.L.2005, JR-1. AJR58 Gusciora,R/Watson Coleman,B+2 3/21/2005 Trenton Battlefield Hist Heritage Area