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Main Bill Information
2020-2021 Legislative Session
 
Total records: 609
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Assembly State and Local Government
A111 Requires election by certain public employees of certain health care benefit plans; prohibits payments by public employers for waiver of such plans.
A112 Provides for vacancy in county surrogate, clerk, register of deeds and mortgages, and sheriff offices occurring 70 days before general election to be filled at second succeeding general election.
A113 Concerns business entities employed by the Governor or the office of Governor to conduct certain investigations.
A118 Adds member from Judicial Retirement System to State Investment Council.
A119 Removes 48-hour provision for acceptance of ballots postmarked by election day; increases penalties for violation of ballot messenger and bearer limits and candidate prohibition.
A122 Repeals sections of law pertaining to transfer of civil service and non-civil service employees of terminated local health agency to superseding agency.
A125 Expands scope of review of Pension and Health Benefits Review Commission.
A126 Provides that certain absentee ballots will be counted if received within ten days of election.
A130 Requires eligibility checklist and audit for enrollment in PERS of certain public employees who provide professional services; imposes fine on certifying officer or supervisor for ineligible enrollments.
A134 Requires certain documentation as proof of voter identity to vote; updates procedures for challenging voters regarding proof of identity.
A139 Permits governing body of municipalities having population of 30,000 or less to serve as local board of health; validates certain actions.
A159 Repeals "Statewide Non-Residential Development Fee Act."
A162 "Property Assessment Appeal Transparency Act"; revises content of required annual notification of real property assessment.
A174 Eliminates requirement for State residency for public officers and employees with limited historic exceptions.
A227 Increases State appropriations to Energy Tax Receipts Property Tax Relief Fund by $387 million to restore municipal aid reductions from Fiscal Years 2009, 2010, and 2011.
A237 Provides general election, primary, and school election sample ballots may be sent to registered voter by electronic mail if so requested.
A251 Limits contributions to legal defense fund of candidate for or holder of elective public office; requires reporting thereof to ELEC.
A252 Permits State employment on temporary basis of workers with certain skills to perform routine maintenance in State facilities.
A253 Prohibits businesses that outsource jobs overseas from receiving State contracts or grants; prohibits investment of State funds in such businesses.
A254 Requires written security plan when school is polling place and open to students; provides that schools may be used as polling places only under certain circumstances; makes an appropriation.

   
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