NEW JERSEY

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for December 1, 2005



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Vol. XVII No. 30 211th Legislature Second Annual Session

SENATE ACTION (QUORUM)



Nominations Notice of Intention:



TO BE A JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT:

Lee A. Solomon, of Haddonfield.



Nominations Received and Referred to SJU:



TO BE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE:

Dennis Blake, of Haddonfield.



TO BE THE BURLINGTON COUNTY PROSECUTOR:

Robert Bernardi, of Mt. Laurel.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CASINO CONTROL COMMISSION:

William T. Sommeling, of Toms River.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE PASSAIC VALLEY SEWERAGE COMMISSION:

William F. Flynn, of Wayne, to replace Anthony W. Ardis, resigned.



Nominations Reported from Committee:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON CORRECTIONS:

Albert F. Wickens, Jr., of Madison.



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

William J. Polistina, of Galloway Township.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BANKING ADVISORY BOARD:

Michael W. Young, of New Hope, Pennsylvania, to replace Delfio LaMarca.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD, INC. OF NEW JERSEY - BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Eric B. Shuffler, Esq., of New York, New York, to replace Lillian Borrone.



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

Harvey Kesselman, Ed.D., of Mays Landing.

Maria I. Torres, of Mays Landing.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE BOAT REGULATION COMMISSION:

John M. Leyman, of Lambertville, to replace John Kornick, resigned.

Edward J. Harrison, Jr., of Brick, to replace John H. Shanahan, resigned.



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

Michael Tacknoff, of Cherry Hill.

Honorable Mary Ellen Talbott, J.S.C. (RET), of Haddonfield.









Nominations Reported from Committee: (cont'd)



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE CAPITAL CITY REDEVELOPMENT CORPORATION:

Christine R. O'Brien, of Hopewell, to replace Italo Gargione.



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

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



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

Stacy Elaina Holland, of Mount Laurel.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DRUG UTILIZATION REVIEW BOARD:

David V. Condoluci, D.O., of Moorestown, to replace Alfred Sorbello, resigned.

Judith Martinez Rodriguez, R.Ph., of Midland Park.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE FISH AND GAME COUNCIL:

Alex Robert Puskas, of Somerset, to replace W. Scott Ellis.



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

John L. Gluck, of Pine Beach, to replace George W. Connell, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION BOARD:

Gregory G. Marks, of Elwood.



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

Donald J. Soriero, Esq., of Middletown, to replace Barbara Sobel.



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

Molly J. Slingerland, of Neptune, to replace Barbara Muzetska.

Irene Burke, of Cherry Hill.

Arlene Quinones Perez, of Clinton, to replace Kelly Rosso Leight.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE RISK EXCHANGE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Larry Weiss, C.P.A., of Metuchen, to replace James Fairbanks.

Richard A. Hubschman, Jr. Esq., of Cresskill.



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

Joseph L. Fiordaliso, of Livingston, to replace Jack Alter.



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

Rafael Perez, Esq., of Asbury.

Marilyn Williams Bennett, of Secaucus.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY COMMISSION ON AMERICAN INDIAN AFFAIRS:

Urie Ridgeway, of Toms River, to replace Kenneth Ridgway.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE TRUST - BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Eileen Swan, of Califon.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY HISTORICAL COMMISSION:

Susan P. Coen, of Elizabeth, to replace Jan Ellen Lewis.

To-Thi Bosacchi, Ph.D., of Belle Mead, to replace Carol Selman.

Maxine N. Lurie, Ph.D., of Piscataway.

B. Michael Zuckerman, Ph.D., of Cape May Court House.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY INDIVIDUAL HEALTH COVERAGE PROGRAM BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Steven Lenox, of Jamesburg, to replace Charles Wowanech.



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

Vincent A. Girardy, of Gladstone, to replace Nina Mitchell Wells.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY RACING COMMISSION:

Peter J. Cofrancesco, III, of Sparta.

Francis X. Keegan, Jr., of Spring Lake, to replace Lawrence R. Codey, resigned.



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

Janice Alvarez, of Little Falls.



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

Germaine B. Trabert, of Westfield.







Nominations Reported from Committee: (cont'd)



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE ORTHOTICS AND PROSTHETICS BOARD OF EXAMINERS:

Brooke Artesi, LO.,C.PED., of Lincoln Park, to replace Joseph Ruscito, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY BOARD OF EXAMINERS:

Paul S. Cooper, of Bridgeton.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE SHELL FISHERIES COUNCIL:

Walter L. Johnson, III, of Manahawkin, to replace Everett Giberson, Jr.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE SOUTH JERSEY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY:

James M. Uzcategui-Gaymon, Jr., of Blackwood, to replace Charles Owens.



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.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF SHORTHAND REPORTING:

Jean E. Dolan, of Matawan.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES:

Holly E. Wetscher, of Westfield.

Deborah M. Spitalnik, Ph.D., of Stockton.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE HEALTH PLANNING BOARD:

Catherine A. Ainora, of Freehold.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE INVESTMENT COUNCIL:

James M. Farrell, Esq., of Flemington.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE LIBRARY ADVISORY COUNCIL:

Mark Anthony Cook, of Sewell, to replace Renee Becker Swartz.

Bradley M. Gottfried, Ph.D., of Newton, to replace June Adams.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE MOSQUITO CONTROL COMMISSION:

Daniel Konczyk, of Clermont, to replace Thomas Sellers, resigned.

Leonard E. Spiegel, PH.D., of West Long Branch.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE REAL ESTATE APPRAISER BOARD:

Cheryle A. Randolph-Sharpe, of Lindenwold, to replace Robert Scrivens.



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

Andrea 'Bunny' Cocula, of Glenwood, to replace Austin V. Carew, resigned.



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

Anthony P. Terracciano, of Sea Girt, to replace Lisa Gomez-Rivera, resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE VICTIMS OF CRIME COMPENSATION BOARD:

Edward G. Werner, Esq., of Allentown, to replace Richard D. Pompelio, Esq., resigned.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE WATER SUPPLY ADVISORY COUNCIL:

David Cohen, of Holmdel.

Ella F. Filippone, Ph.D., of Basking Ridge.

Neil A. Goldfine, of Linwood, to replace Jack Gottschalk, Esq.

Eugene B. Golub, Ph.D., of Freehold.

Stephen Perrine Dey, II, D.V.M., of Allentown, to replace W. Scott Ellis.



Nominations Withdrawn:



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE PAROLE BOARD:

Steeve J. Augustin, Esq., of Newark, to replace Joseph Constance.



Nominations Corrected Copies:



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

Christian R. Jones, of Princeton *NOT* Columbus.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION:

Robert E. Slater *NOT* Robert R. Slater, of Mendham.



Nominations Corrected Copies: (cont'd)



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE NEW JERSEY RACING COMMISSION:

Peter J. Cofrancesco, III, *NOT* Confrancesco, of Sparta.



TO BE A MEMBER OF THE RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY BOARD OF EXAMINERS:

Wesley R. Van Pelt, Ph.D., of Paramus *NOT* Pennington.

TO BE A MEMBER OF THE DRUG UTILIZATION REVIEW BOARD:

Judith Martinez Rodriguez, R.Ph., of Midland Park *NOT* Midland.



Bills Introduced:



S2831 Kenny,B/Kyrillos,J Rental-purch. agreements-reg. REF SCM

S2832 Allen,D Eminent domain-temp. moratorium REF SCU

S2833 Allen,D Willingboro Sch. Dist.;$8M REF SED

S2834 Rice,R Interdist. Pub. Sch. Choice Prog.-estab. REF SED

S2835 Weinberg,L Health svc. corp.-concerns surplus rev. REF SCM

S2836 Kyrillos,J Pub. contract bidders-concerns crimes REF SSG

S2837 Kyrillos,J Charitable clothing bins-concerns REF SCM

S2838 James,S Police Institute at Rutgers-estab. REF SED

S2839 James,S/Rice,R Newark redevel. proj.;$4M REF SCU

S2840 Sweeney,S/McNamara,H Underground storage tanks-concerns REF SEN

S2841 Coniglio,J/Sarlo,P Rt. 17 improvements;$14.8M REF STR

S2842 Buono,B Sch. bldgs.-req carbon monoxide detector REF SCU

S2843 Sweeney,S/Singer,R+5 Ambulatory care fac.-gross receipts REF SBA

S2844 Inverso,P Youth serving org.-concerns REF SLP

S2845 Connors,L Sex offenders-concerns REF SLP

S2846 Kean,T Independence, Dignity Long-Term Care Act REF SHH

S2847 Rice,R Low, moderate income housing-concerns REF SCU

S2848 Karcher,E/Adler,J Pub. Corruption Profiteering Penal. Act REF SJU

S2849 Bucco,A Sch. dist. regionalization-pilot prog. REF SED

S2850 Sarlo,P/Bucco,A+2 Camp Marcella;$350K REF SHH

S2851 Smith,B/Doria,J Remediation of condemned prop.-concerns REF SEN

S2854 Cardinale,G Real prop. reassessment-estab moratorium REF SCU

S2855 Doria,J/Turner,S Sch. dist. budget cap-util, energy costs REF SED

S2856 Kean,T/Buono,B Donated leave prog.-St. emp. participate REF SSG

S2857 Kean,T Bus. tax cred.-lowers job elig. req. REF SEG

S2858 Kyrillos,J Leg. leadership comm.-abolishes REF SSG

S2859 Rice,R Electronic voting machines-concerns REF SSG

S2860 Bucco,A High efficiency home heat equip.-concern REF SEG

S2861 Bucco,A Child custody-concerns REF SJU

S2862 Bucco,A Hosp. Infection Reporting Act REF SHH

S2863 Bucco,A Substance abuse prev. providers-finan. REF SHH

S2864 Coniglio,J Hwy. work pymts. to contractors-concerns REF SSG

S2865 Coniglio,J Petroleum products, cert.-elim tax exemp REF SBA

S2866 Doria,J Greenwood Lake Comm.-concern authority REF SEN

S2869 Connors,L Workers' comp. treatment prov.-selection REF SLA

S2870 Turner,S NJBEST contrib.-allows tax deductions REF SED

S2871 Singer,R Firemen-clarify tenure protections REF SSG

S2872 Asselta,N Skinner's Law-leaving mv accident REF SLP

S2873 Asselta,N Cats and dogs, sterilization-concerns REF SEG

S2874 Asselta,N/Gormley,W Musical performance-deceptive practices REF SCM

S2875 Asselta,N Emerg. operations plans-concerns REF SLP

S2876 Asselta,N Instit. health care fac.-evacuation REF SHH

S2877 Bucco,A Computer, High Tech. crimes-concerns REF SLP

S2878 Buono,B/Vitale,J Internet gambling pub awareness campaign REF SWT

S2879 Buono,B Pharmacy Bd.-adds two memb. REF SCM

S2880 Buono,B Cervical cancer-health insur. coverage REF SHH

S2881 Buono,B Marriage ceremonies-attorneys perform REF SJU

S2882 Buono,B Pesticide use at sch.-restricts use REF SEN

S2883 Buono,B Accident reports-concerns REF STR

S2884 Sweeney,S/Madden,F Sex offender monitoring prog.-permanent REF SLP

S2885 Sweeney,S Firemen's Assn.-incr. max. age to join REF SLP

S2886 Adler,J Sr, disab cit-fiscal victimization crime REF SJU

S2887 Kean,T Econ. Devel. Promotion Act REF SEG

S2888 Weinberg,L Freedom of speech-concerns REF SJU

S2889 Karcher,E Pub. contracting-concerns REF SSG









Bills Introduced: (cont'd)



S2891 Rice,R Mun. ordinance viol.-concerns fines REF SCU

S2892 Adler,J Nat. resource damage-limitations statute REF SEN

S2893 Adler,J Loc. govt. off.-concerns bond coverage REF SCU

S2907 Adler,J Contaminated sites-concerns remediation REF SEN

S2912 Doria,J Cable tv svc.-concerns regulation REF SEG

S2913 Codey,R/Buono,B Stem Cell Research Bond Act of 2006 REF SBA

SCR141 Ciesla,A St. transp. sys.-dedicate revenues REF STR

SCR142 Kean,T Traumatic Brain Injury Act-fully fd. REF SHH

SJR66 Vitale,J Emerg. med. svcs. sys. in NJ-prov. study REF SHH

SJR67 Smith,B/Kyrillos,J Turkey-respect rights, religious freedom REF SSG

SR118 Kyrillos,J/Smith,B Ocean St. Options Act of 2005-opposes REF SEN



Bills Reported from Committee/Given 2nd Reading:



A212 Previte,M/Diegnan,P Juv. detention ctrs-concerns course cred REP

A899 Sca (1R) Diegnan,P/Barnes,P+5 High sch. student athlete-concerns REP/SCA

A1034 Wolfe,D/Malone,J+1 Coll. bd. of trustees-req. layoff notice REP

A1351 Aca (1R) Greenwald,L/Smith,R Consumer contracts, cert-concern content REP

A1922 AcsAca Sca (ACS/2R) Weinberg,L/Greenstein,L+3 Guardianship law-amends REP/SCA

A1932 Aca (1R) Van Drew,J/Mayer,D+8 Disab. w/guide dogs-clarifies rights REP

A1965 Cohen,N/Greenstein,L+5 Sex offenders-bars positions, youth org. REP

A3082 Greenstein,L/Chivukula,U+1 Radio transmissions, cert.-concerns REP

A3168 Sca (1R) Impreveduto,A/Cohen,N Court reporters-certifies REP/SCA

A3288/3338 AcsAcaSca (ACS/2R) Scalera,F/Stack,B+12 Loc. budget limitations-exceptions REP/SCA

A3459 Aca (1R) Diegnan,P/Barnes,P+1 Police Training Comm.-concerns memb. REP

A3663 Conaway,H/Stack,B+8 Needles, health care fac.-concerns use REP

A3732 Aca (1R) Diegnan,P/Stack,B+3 Mun. ordinance viol.-concerns fines REP

A3786 Aca (1R) Barnes,P/Johnson,G+6 Remote computing svcs-disclose cert info REP

A4055 AcaSca (2R) Van Drew,J+1 Tourism Restructuring Act REP/SCA

A4071 Acs (ACS) Weinberg,L/Voss,J+5 Cancer Prev. Task Force in NJ-estab. REP

A4162 Van Drew,J/Scalera,F+3 Grievance arbitration clauses-concerns REP

AJR76 Weinberg,L/Greenstein,L+4 Breast Cancer Awareness Mo.-desig. Oct. REP

S224 Sca (1R) Singer,R Guardianship law-amends REP/SCA

S236 Sca (1R) Coniglio,J/Rice,R+21 Prostate Cancer Awareness, Ed. Prog.;$1M REP/SCA

S849 Martin,R Coll. bd. of trustees-req. layoff notice REP

S1306 Sca (1R) Bucco,A/Singer,R+3 Diabetic students-sch emp. training req. REP/SCA

S1634 Sca (1R) Turner,S High sch. student athlete-concerns REP/SCA

S1672 Inverso,P Radio transmissions, cert.-concerns REP

S1679 Sca (1R) Turner,S/Madden,F+3 Leukemia, Lymphoma Society-vol. contrib. REP/SCA

S1700 Sca (1R) Adler,J/Gormley,W+3 Court reporters-certifies REP/SCA

S1847 Scs (SCS) Coniglio,J Unemp. tax avoidance-deter REP/SCS

S1874/2852 Scs (SCS) Palaia,J/Bark,M Wireless phone in mv-concerns offense REP/SCS

S2078 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P/Rice,R Emerg. svc. wage incr.-loc cap exception REP/SCA

S2083 Sca (1R) Adler,J/Gill,N+1 Funeral-prov. domestic partner rights REP/SCA

S2315 Madden,F Needles, health care fac.-concerns use REP

S2339 Sca (1R) Karcher,E Temp. disab. benf.-proh. cert. pymts. REP/SCA

S2383 Martin,R Alternate Proc., Dispute Resolution Act REP

S2481 Vitale,J/Baer,B Minor consent to HIV treatment-permits REP

S2521/2711 Scs (SCS) Adler,J Parole bd.-concerns emp. REP/SCS

S2523 Sca (1R) Rice,R After sch. activities-concerns REP/SCA

S2589 Sca (1R) Buono,B+1 Women's Health Off.;$750K REP/SCA

S2603 Scutari,N/Girgenti,J Police Training Comm.-concerns memb. REP

S2618 Sweeney,S Grievance arbitration clauses-concerns REP

S2630 Sarlo,P/Buono,B Remote computing svcs-disclose cert info REP

S2651 Girgenti,J/Bucco,A+1 Sex offenders-bars positions, youth org. REP

S2680 Sca (1R) Buono,B/Asselta,N Tourism Restructuring Act REP/SCA

S2702 Coniglio,J/Doria,J+1 St. bldg. svc. contract-wage standards REP

S2733 Karcher,E/Madden,F+1 Cancer Prev. Task Force in NJ-estab. REP

S2763 Sca (1R) Buono,B Horse racing-revises reg. REP/SCA

S2772 Sca (1R) Buono,B Heritage Tourism Task Force-estab. REP/SCA

S2776 Lance,L Prof. licensed engineers-concerns REP

S2783 Sca (1R) Codey,R/Vitale,J Tobacco products-raise min. age to 19 REP/SCA

S2794 Sca (1R) Bucco,A Uniform Fire Safety Act viol.-abatement REP/SCA

S2825 McNamara,H/Codey,R Verona Twp. Sch. Dist.-sch. bond auth. REP

S2826 Vitale,J St. Workforce Investment Sys.-concerns REP

S2828 Sca (1R) Sweeney,S Hist. preserv. proj. grants;$1,304,922 REP/SCA











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



S2853 Sca (1R) Girgenti,J/McNamara,H+1 Firefighters/police/emer svc-expand auth REP/SCA

S2868 Karcher,E/Rice,R Disab. w/guide dogs-clarifies rights REP

S2878 Buono,B/Vitale,J Internet gambling pub awareness campaign REP

S2891 Rice,R Mun. ordinance viol.-concerns fines REP

SJR15 Connors,L Prop. Assessment Study Comm.-creates REP

SJR61 Martin,R/Turner,S Gifted, Talented Student Mo.-desig March REP

SJR65 Coniglio,J/Weinberg,L+2 Breast Cancer Awareness Mo.-desig. Oct. REP

SR104 Sca (1R) Kyrillos,J/Karcher,E+1 Fort Monmouth-concerns base closure list REP/SCA

SR114 Connors,L/Bucco,A+1 Depression and Bipolar Alliance-support REP



Bills Referred/SBA:



A3288/3338 AcsAcaSca (ACS/2R) Scalera,F/Stack,B+12 Loc. budget limitations-exceptions

S236 Sca (1R) Coniglio,J/Rice,R+21 Prostate Cancer Awareness, Ed. Prog.;$1M

S1679 Sca (1R) Turner,S/Madden,F+3 Leukemia, Lymphoma Society-vol. contrib.

S2078 Sca (1R) Sarlo,P/Rice,R Emerg. svc. wage incr.-loc cap exception

S2589 Sca (1R) Buono,B+1 Women's Health Off.;$750K

S2702 Coniglio,J/Doria,J+1 St. bldg. svc. contract-wage standards

S2828 Sca (1R) Sweeney,S Hist. preserv. proj. grants;$1,304,922



Bills Combined:



S2711 Asselta,N Parole Bd. hearing off.-civil svc. prot. COMB/W S2521 (SCS)

S2852 Codey,R Wireless phone use in mv-primary offense COMB/W S1874 (SCS)



Bills Transferred:



A1915 Aa (1R) Chivukula,U/Greenstein,L+2 Congregate housing fac-post resid rights FROM SHH TO SCU

S1120 Rice,R Congregate housing fac-post resid rights FROM SHH TO SCU



Co-Sponsors Added:



S236 Sca (1R) (Sweeney,S) Prostate Cancer Awareness, Ed. Prog.;$1M

S1679 Sca (1R) (Weinberg,L) Leukemia, Lymphoma Society-vol. contrib.

S1700 Sca (1R) (Sarlo,P) Court reporters-certifies

S1838 (Buono,B) Pub emp-proh unilateral term changes

S2083 Sca (1R) (Gormley,W) Funeral-prov. domestic partner rights

S2294 (Girgenti,J) Sch. fac. proj.-concerns St. support

S2364 Sca (1R) (Buono,B) Security, Finan. Empowerment Act-creates

S2487 (Karcher,E) Medicaid reimb. for transp. svcs-concern

S2589 Sca (1R) (Madden,F) Women's Health Off.;$750K

S2651 (Sacco,N) Sex offenders-bars positions, youth org.

S2702 (Sweeney,S) St. bldg. svc. contract-wage standards

S2753 (Coniglio,J) Epinephrine, cert. students-concerns

S2756 (Kean,T) Psychology, unlic. practice-concerns

S2760 (Bucco,A) Involuntary commitment-concerns

S2843 (Asselta,N; Bark,M; Kavanaugh,W; Madden,F; Sarlo,P) Ambulatory care fac.-gross receipts

SJR65 (Sweeney,S) Breast Cancer Awareness Mo.-desig. Oct.



Co-Prime Sponsors Added:



S236 Sca (1R) (Rice,R) Prostate Cancer Awareness, Ed. Prog.;$1M

S2078 Sca (1R) (Rice,R) Emerg. svc. wage incr.-loc cap exception

S2083 Sca (1R) (Gill,N) Funeral-prov. domestic partner rights

S2514 (Buono,B) Cigarette sales-concerns

S2801 (Bucco,A) Vaccines containing mercury-elim. use

S2867 (Weinberg,L) Med. gas containers-concerns

S2868 (Rice,R) Disab. w/guide dogs-clarifies rights







Co-Prime Sponsors Withdrawn:



S2589 Sca (1R) (Singer,R) Women's Health Off.;$750K



The Senate adjourned at 6:03 P.M. to meet again on Monday, December 5, 2005 (QUORUM, Committee Groups "3" and "4" scheduled to meet).



ASSEMBLY ACTION



The Assembly did not meet. The Assembly will meet on Monday, December 5, 2005 (QUORUM, Committee Groups "A" and "B" scheduled to meet).



Bills Passed Both Houses/Sent To Governor:



None

Bills Signed Into Law Since Last Session (11/10/2005):



None