The Regulated Professions Committee is responsible for monitoring, updating and amending laws dealing with licensed professions, such as architects or electricians.
Democratic Research Aide: Keith White
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Tucker, Singleton, Eustace, Lampitt, Greenwald & Wisniewski Bill to Allow Temporary Professional Licensure for Qualified Military Spouses Advances
Bill Would Help Professional Licensed Spouses Return to Work Sooner After RelocationLegislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Cleopatra Tucker, Troy Singleton, Timothy Eustace, Pamela Lampitt, Lou Greenwald and John Wisniewski that would allow nonresident military spouses to seek temporary licensure from certain professional and occupations licensing boards upon moving to New Jersey was released Thursday by a Senate panel.
"This is an opportunity for the state to help military families bridge the employment gap when transferred and see little disruption in earning an income for their family," said Tucker (D-Essex). "In a year or two-year time, if the individual has permanently relocated to New Jersey, this temporary license will give them time to seek permanent licensure while continuing to make a living..."
Fuentes, Wilson, Riley, Sumter & Wimberly Bill to Stem Rampant Scrap Metal Theft in NJ Continues AdvancingLegislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Angel Fuentes, Gilbert "Whip" Wilson, Celeste Riley, Shavonda Sumter and Benjie Wimberly to strengthen regulations at scrap metal businesses to curb scrap metal thefts was approved Thursday by the Senate.
Current law requires scrap metal businesses to maintain records only on transactions in excess of one hundred pounds or $50 for at least five years. The bill (A-3222) requires scrap metal businesses to maintain records on all transactions, including electronic records, for at least 18 months...