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Vol. XLV No. 46 INTERNET UPDATE II CALENDAR SUBJECT TO CHANGE 219th Legislature

Prepared: November 23, 2021 Check Internet site or call this office for updated schedule Second Annual Session


*Denotes Changes

 

 


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2021

 

Joint State Capitol Joint Management Commission Meeting

10:00 AM Remote Meeting

 

Apportionment Commission Meeting 6:00 PM

The Apportionment Commission will meet remotely via Zoom. The Commission will take oral testimony from members of the public on the establishment of State legislative districts in New Jersey as required by the New Jersey Constitution, the Apportionment Commission is charged with redrawing the lines of the State's 40 legislative districts, from which the 40 Senators and 80 Members of the General Assembly are elected. Members of the public may view the live proceedings via the

New Jersey Legislature home page at https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/ or via the Commission's home page at https://www.apportionmentcommission.org/default.asp

Those wishing to testify must register online in advance of the meeting at https://www.apportionmentcommission.org/schedule.asp. Registration is also available at https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/ Select November 23 on the calendar and click on Apportionment Commission for the registration link. Registrations must be received by Monday, November 22, 2021 at 3:00 PM. Upon successful registration, you will view a printable receipt on screen. At a later date, you will receive an email with instructions for testifying. To ensure that all who wish to testify can do so, the Chair will limit public testimony to 5 minutes per person. Extra time will be allotted for those needing the assistance of a translator. If you require language interpretation services to testify, please contact the Office of Legislative Services at (609) 847-3890 to discuss and arrange for interpretation services in advance of the meeting. You may also submit written testimony instead of, or in addition to, oral testimony by email to OLSaideAPPC@njleg.org by Monday, November 22, 2021 at 3:00 PM.

Written testimony will be included in the Commission's record and distributed to

all Commission members.

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2021

 

State House Commission Remote Meeting 9:00 AM

The public may participate remotely via the following link:

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Dial In: 1 (646) 558-8656 or 1 (312) 626-6799)

 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2021

 

**NJ Redistricting Commission Meeting 12:00 PM

The meeting will take place remotely via Zoom. The purpose of the meeting will be to take testimony from the public on the establishment of congressional districts in NJ that will be in effect for the next 10 years. Members of the public may view the proceedings via the NJ Legislature home page at https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/ or via the Commission's home page at https://www.njredistrictingcommission.org/default.asp. Those wishing to testify must register online at https://www.njredistrictingcommission.org/schedule.asp. Registration is also available at https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/. Select December 1 on the calendar and click on Redistricting Commission for the registration link. Registrations must be received by Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 3:00 PM. Upon successful registration, you will view a printable receipt on screen. At a later date, you will receive an email with instructions for testifying.To ensure that all who wish to testify can do so, the Chair will limit public testimony to 5 minutes per person. Extra time will be allotted for those needing the assistance of a translator. If you require language interpretation services to testify, please contact the Office of Legislative Services at (609) 847-3890 to discuss and

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2021 (continued)

 

**NJ Redistricting Commission Meeting (continued)

arrange for interpretation services in advance of the meeting. You may also submit written testimony instead of, or in addition to, oral testimony by email to OLSaideREDC@njleg.org by Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 3:00 PM. Written testimony will be included in the Commission's record and distributed to all Commission members.

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2021

 

SENATE SESSION 2:00 PM Senate Chambers

Voting Session: Board list to be announced

 

*ASSEMBLY SESSION 1:00 PM Assembly Chambers

Voting Session:

A259 [DeAngelo, Wayne P./Mukherji, Raj], Military service members-provides civil service preference for expedition medal

A1024 [Downey, Joann/Tucker, Cleopatra G.+2], Birth certificate to military veteran-requires issuance of 1 free copy

A1112 [Murphy, Carol A./Dancer, Ronald S.], Interstate Medical Licensure Compact-NJ enters into

A1121 [Murphy, Carol A./Dancer, Ronald S.+1], Veteran of US or organized militia misrepresentation-upgrades certain crimes

A1180 [Zwicker, Andrew], Libraries-allows disposal of certain materials without advertising for bids

A1184 [Zwicker, Andrew/Conaway, Herb+6], School discipline data-report on their websites and to Commissioner of Education

A1410 [Lopez, Yvonne/Dancer, Ronald S.+1], Gold Star Family Member-co. clerk or register of deeds/mortgages issue ID card

A1527 [Rooney, Kevin J./Karabinchak, Robert J.+9], Election workers-raise pay to $300 a day

A1580 [Houghtaling, Eric/McKeon, John F.+2], Jersey Native Plants Program-establish

A1626 [Lampitt, Pamela R./McKeon, John F.+8], School bus, electric-powered-EDA establish loan program for certain costs

A1662 [Quijano, Annette/Jimenez, Angelica M.+3], Mallory's Law-revise provision, sch dist anti-bullying policy; parent civil liab

A2226 [Dancer, Ronald S./Houghtaling, Eric+11], Small business, first-time paperwork violations-suspends fines

A2290 [Moen, William F./Reynolds-Jackson, Verlina+1], Neighborhood Scholar Revitalization Pilot Program-establishes

A2294 [Kennedy, James J./Vainieri Huttle, Valerie], Bisphenol A-prohibits use of receipt paper containing

A2302 [Pintor Marin, Eliana/Benson, Daniel R.+1], Creative crosswalks pilot program-establishes

A2441 [Benson, Daniel R./Chiaravalloti, Nicholas+3], Trans. svcs. prov to DHS clients-DHS employ Trans Planning Coordinator to manage

A2455 [Benson, Daniel R./Vainieri Huttle, Valerie+16], FIRST Robotics Programs-establishes pilot program in DOE in school districts

A2559 [Benson, Daniel R./Verrelli, Anthony S.+6], Veterans, war service disabilities-increase in allowance paid

A2772 [Downey, Joann/Houghtaling, Eric+1], Medicaid benefits-concerns recipients remote participation in meetings

A2808 [Schaer, Gary S./Reynolds-Jackson, Verlina], Mortgage foreclosure actions-be filed by attorneys

A3005 [Armato, John/Vainieri Huttle, Valerie+3], Mental Health Early Action on Campus Act

A3062 [Pintor Marin, Eliana/Moen, William F.+7], Financial Empowerment Pilot Program, three year-establishes

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2021 (continued)

 

*ASSEMBLY SESSION (continued)

A3369 [Johnson, Gordon M./Stanley, Sterley S.+13], Asian Heritage-establish Commission in DOE

A3870 [Karabinchak, Robert J./Johnson, Gordon M.+5], Defense Against Porch Pirates Act; amends theft statute

A3950 [Verrelli, Anthony S./Benson, Daniel R.+3], Employer use of tracking device in employee operated veh.-crime of fourth degree

A4139 [Benson, Daniel R./Vainieri Huttle, Valerie+3], Patient medical/billing records-prov w/out charge to SS Disab benefits applicant

A4253 [Conaway, Herb/Pinkin, Nancy J.+2], Clinical labs & electronic med record companies-include gender, race, ethnicity

A4393 [Kennedy, James J./Mukherji, Raj+1], Asbestos violations-increase max penalty; allocates moneys to control & lic prog

A4394 [Speight, Shanique/Timberlake, Britnee N.], Implicit bias & cultural competency training-req memb/officer/emp of Leg undergo

A4433 [Greenwald, Louis D./Mukherji, Raj+20], School-based mental health services providers-creates grant program

A4435 [Verrelli, Anthony S./Greenwald, Louis D.+18], School Based Youth Services Prog.-require DCF give priority to cert. school dist

A4562 [Quijano, Annette+1], Waterfront wage standards-establishes

A4624 [Downey, Joann/Danielsen, Joe], Veterans' pref.-allow active duty prov. document other than DD-214 for civil svc

A4649 [Lopez, Yvonne], National Practitioner Data Bank-req. health care prof. licensing boards utilize

A4834 [Mazzeo, Vincent/Quijano, Annette+4], Solicitation by mail-req. disclosure letter, falsely implying St govt connection

A4838 [Reynolds-Jackson, Verlina/Verrelli, Anthony S.+1], Sch report card-include number of mental health prof/security personnel employed

A4870 [Catalano, John/McGuckin, Gregory P.], Beaches-provide spouse and dependent children of veteran reduced cost access

A4903 [Johnson, Gordon M./Mukherji, Raj], Construction defect in common interest community-adjust statute of limitations

A5016 [Verrelli, Anthony S./McKnight, Angela V.+6], Water Apprenticeship, Training, & Resources Pilot Program-establish in DOLWD

A5033 [Benson, Daniel R./Dancer, Ronald S.+8], Motor vehicle dealers-authorize to sell online & obtain electronic signatures

A5232 [Quijano, Annette/Jasey, Mila M.+1], Higher ed instit. to improve campus diversity-develop guidance

A5296 [Speight, Shanique/Vainieri Huttle, Valerie+3], Persons w/disabilities-provides for employment by State

A5353 [Conaway, Herb/Vainieri Huttle, Valerie+8], Nurse aides-provides temporary certification

A5380 [Moen, William F./Jasey, Mila M.+5], Higher education institution-require to provide certain student loan information

A5506 [McKnight, Angela V./Mukherji, Raj+1], Police community roundtables-require to hold two on police relations each year

A5509 [Zwicker, Andrew/Reynolds-Jackson, Verlina+2], Civil actions-damage calculations not be reduced based on race/ethnicity/gender

A5516 [Vainieri Huttle, Valerie/Giblin, Thomas P.], Chiropractic Examiners State Board-adds 2 public members to board membership

A5593 [Conaway, Herb/Vainieri Huttle, Valerie], Embryo storage facilities-req. to record & report health information of patients

A5599 [Chiaravalloti, Nicholas/Vainieri Huttle, Valerie+9], Judges, current or former-estab order of protection; upgrade/clarify harassment

A5663 [Moen, William F./Pintor Marin, Eliana+8], Solid waste-increases penalties for unauthorized transportation or disposal

A5694 [Houghtaling, Eric/Downey, Joann], Military dependents-permits school enrollment prior to relocation to district

A5718 [Benson, Daniel R./Verrelli, Anthony S.+2], Airports operated by counties/mun-concerns financing; operate as county utility

A5741 [Mukherji, Raj/Vainieri Huttle, Valerie+1], Drug court-makes certain changes

A5881 [Pintor Marin, Eliana], SNAP issuance schedule-req DHS stagger dates of benf to newly eligible enrollees

A5974 [Carter, Linda S./Stanley, Sterley S.+2], Env. infra. proj-modifies list elig. to receive loans from NJ Infra. Bank FY2022

A5975 [Calabrese, Clinton/Tucker, Cleopatra G.+1], Environmental infrastructure project funding prog. FY2022-makes various changes

A5998 [Mukherji, Raj/Coughlin, Craig J.], Judicial Retirement System-concerns deferred retirement by certain members

A6060 [Tucker, Cleopatra G./Caputo, Ralph R.], Funeral, burial, crematory services-suppl. approp, increase reimb Work First;$8M

A6071 [Mosquera, Gabriela M./Freiman, Roy+1], Income tax credit for child & dependent care expenses-revises

ACR217 [Verrelli, Anthony S./DeAngelo, Wayne P.+2], Capitol Complex Security Screening Building & Secure Courtyard Project-approves

ACR220 [Mosquera, Gabriela M./Kennedy, James J.], Financial Plan, NJ Infrastructure Bank FY2022-approves update

AR181 [Downey, Joann/Houghtaling, Eric+4], Postal Service, US-urges Congress provide immediate financial assistance

S83 [Bateman, Christopher/Codey, Richard J.+2], Jersey Native Plants Program-establish

S228 [Diegnan, Patrick J./Ruiz, M. Teresa+3], School bus, electric-powered-EDA establish loan program for certain costs

S241 [Scutari, Nicholas P./Singleton, Troy+5], Drug court-makes certain changes

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2021 (continued)

 

*ASSEMBLY SESSION (continued)

S396 [Weinberg, Loretta/Addiego, Dawn Marie], Construction defect in common interest community-adjust statute of limitations

S523 [Vitale, Joseph F./Cryan, Joseph P.+2], Interstate Medical Licensure Compact-NJ enters into

S598 [Beach, James/Cryan, Joseph P.+7], Election workers-raise pay to $275 a day

S845 [Pou, Nellie/Singleton, Troy], National Practitioner Data Bank-req. health care prof. licensing boards utilize

S1020 [Ruiz, M. Teresa/Gopal, Vin+2], School discipline data-report on their websites and to Commissioner of Education

S1053 [Singleton, Troy/Sweeney, Stephen M.], Waterfront wage standards-establishes

S1454 [Holzapfel, James W./Brown, Chris A.+4], Beaches-provide spouse and dependent children of veteran reduced cost access

S1604 [Codey, Richard J./Pou, Nellie], Mortgage foreclosure actions-be filed by attorneys

S1790 [Pennacchio, Joseph/Diegnan, Patrick J.+1], Mallory's Law-revise provision, sch dist anti-bullying policy; parent civil liab

S2644 [Bateman, Christopher/Beach, James], Libraries-allows disposal of certain materials without advertising for bids

S2793 [Ruiz, M. Teresa/Pou, Nellie+3], Higher ed instit. to improve campus diversity-develop guidance

S2811 [Singleton, Troy/Ruiz, M. Teresa+1], Sch report card-include number of mental health prof/security personnel employed

S2817 [Gopal, Vin/Pennacchio, Joseph+2], Veterans' pref.-allow active duty prov. document other than DD-214 for civil svc

S3494 [Sweeney, Stephen M./Weinberg, Loretta], Chiropractic Examiners State Board-adds 2 public members to board membership

S3683 [Ruiz, M. Teresa/Gopal, Vin+3], Higher education institution-require to provide certain student loan information

 

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2021

 

**NJ Redistricting Commission Meeting 12:00 PM Essex County Donald M. Payne Sr. School of Technology,

498-544 West Market Street, Newark, NJ 07107.

The meeting will take place in the Fr. Edwin D. Leahy Auditorium, First Floor Lobby, 9th Avenue entrance. The purpose of the meeting will be to take testimony from the public on the establishment of congressional districts in NJ that will be in effect for the next 10 years. Members of the public may view the proceedings via the NJ Legislature home page at https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/ or via the Commission's home page at https://www.njredistrictingcommission.org/default.asp.

Those wishing to testify may register online in advance of the meeting at https://www.njredistrictingcommission.org/schedule.asp. Registration is also available at https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/. Select December 5 on the calendar and click on Redistricting Commission for the registration link. Advance registrations must be received by Friday, December 3, 2021 at 3:00 PM. Upon successful registration, you will view a printable receipt on screen. Registration will also be available on site. To ensure that all who wish to testify can do so, the Chair will limit public testimony to 5 minutes per person. Extra time will be allotted for those needing the assistance of a translator. If you require language interpretation services to testify, please contact the Office of Legislative Services at (609) 847-3890 to discuss and arrange for interpretation services in advance of the meeting. You may also submit written testimony instead of, or in addition to, oral testimony by email to OLSaideREDC@njleg.org. If providing written testimony in addition to oral testimony at the meeting, please bring 17 copies for distribution to Commission members. Written testimony will be included in the Commission's record and distributed to all Commission members. This meeting will observe the COVID-19 protocols in place at our host location. All attendees must wear a mask when inside the facility and maintain 3 feet social distance. Parking is available behind the school building on South 11th Street.

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2021

 

SENATE QUORUM 12:00 PM Senate Chambers

10:00 AM: Group (1) Committees scheduled to meet

1:00 PM: Group (2) Committees scheduled to meet

 

ASSEMBLY QUORUM Assembly Chambers

10:00 AM: Committee Group (A) Scheduled to meet

2:00 PM: Committee Group (B) Scheduled to meet

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2021

 

SENATE QUORUM 12:00 PM Senate Chambers

10:00 AM: Group (3) Committees scheduled to meet

1:00 PM: Group (4) Committees scheduled to meet

 

ASSEMBLY QUORUM Assembly Chambers

10:00 AM: Committee Group (C) Scheduled to meet

2:00 PM: Committee Group (D) Scheduled to meet

 

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2021

 

SENATE QUORUM 12:00 PM Senate Chambers

10:00 AM: Committees at the Call of the Senate President

 

ASSEMBLY QUORUM Assembly Chambers

Committees at the Call of the Speaker

 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2021

 

ASSEMBLY SESSION Assembly Chambers

Voting Session: Board list to be announced

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2021

 

SENATE SESSION 2:00 PM Senate Chambers

Voting Session: Board list to be announced

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 2022

 

ASSEMBLY QUORUM Assembly Chambers

Committees at the Call of the Speaker

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 2022

 

SENATE QUORUM 12:00 PM Senate Chambers

10:00 AM: Committees at the Call of the Senate President

 

ASSEMBLY QUORUM Assembly Chambers

Committees at the Call of the Speaker

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 2022

 

SENATE SESSION 2:00 PM Senate Chambers

Voting Session: Board list to be announced

 

ASSEMBLY SESSION Assembly Chambers

Voting Session: Board list to be announced

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2022

 

SENATE SESSION 12:00 PM Senate Chambers

Reorganization State of the State Address - Time TBD (Assembly Chamber)

 

ASSEMBLY SESSION

Reorganization State of the State Address - Time TBD (Assembly Chamber)