Allowing Youth Soccer in Pinelands, Hospital Caregivers, Combating Metal Theft & Override of Christie Veto on Debt Report Requirements Top Monday Assembly Voting Session

Combating Lead Hazard & Auto Insurance Fraud, Improving School Bus Driver Training, Banning Microbeads and Requiring DCA Post Complete Property Tax Information Also on Tap

(TRENTON) – Allowing youth soccer on Pinelands areas, requiring hospitals to provide patients and their guardians with opportunities to designate a caregiver, combating the ongoing scourge of metal theft, targeting lead hazards and auto insurance fraud and overriding the governor’s veto of a bill to require an annual state debt affordability analysis be included in the State Debt Report highlight Monday’s Assembly voting session.
Improving school bus driver training, improving higher education police standards, protecting the environment by banning microbeads and requiring the Division of Local Government Services to include complete property tax information on its web page are also on tap.
The session is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. and will be streamed live at:
Highlights include:
A-961 O/R
Singleton, Troy
/Prieto, Vincent
/Burzichelli, John J.
/Schaer, Gary S. Requires an annual State debt affordability analysis be included in the State Debt Report.
A-1029 Aca Benson, Daniel R.
/Vainieri Huttle, Valerie
/Jasey, Mila M.
/Tucker, Cleopatra G.
/Wimberly, Benjie E. Requires training program for school bus drivers and aides on interacting with students with special needs.
A-1286 Aca Andrzejczak, Bob
/Singleton, Troy Authorizes the establishment of federal impact aid reserve account.
A-1462 Aca Diegnan, Patrick J.
/Wimberly, Benjie E. Requires coin redemption machine operators to disclose fees.
A-2074 Acs Fuentes, Angel
/Gusciora, Reed Revises law concerning the purchase of scrap metal.
A-2157 Riley, Celeste M.
/Singleton, Troy Requires casino licensee to install and maintain system of security cameras in every stairwell throughout casino hotel facility.
A-2281 DeAngelo, Wayne P.
/Lagana, Joseph A.
/Garcia, Carmelo G.
/Andrzejczak, Bob Includes reverse rate evasion as form of insurance fraud and provides for civil and criminal penalties.
A-2398 Aca Benson, Daniel R.
/Wimberly, Benjie E. Requires DCA to provide information regarding “Lead Hazard Control Assistance Act” to certain dwelling units approved for Weatherization Assistance Program.
A-2955 AcaSca Prieto, Vincent
/Lagana, Joseph A.
/Andrzejczak, Bob
/Benson, Daniel R.
/Mazzeo, Vincent. Establishes certain requirements for hospitals regarding patient-designated caregivers.
A-3083 Acs Diegnan, Patrick J.
/Moriarty, Paul D.
/Eustace, Timothy J. Prohibits manufacture, sale, or promotion of cosmetic products containing microbeads.
A-3213 AcaAcaAaSa w/GR Greenwald, Louis D.
/Sumter, Shavonda E. “Economic Opportunity Act of 2014, Part 3.”
A-3223 Singleton, Troy
/Lampitt, Pamela R.
/Quijano, Annette
/Pintor Marin, Eliana Requires Division of Local Government Services to include certain property tax information on division’s web page.
A-3257 AcaAa Andrzejczak, Bob
/Mazzeo, Vincent
/Burzichelli, John J.
/Wilson, Gilbert L. Expands type of use qualifying as low intensity recreational use on lands in Pinelands agricultural production areas.
A-3493 Johnson, Gordon M.
/Mainor, Charles
/DeCroce, BettyLou Requires police departments of certain educational institutions to adopt Attorney General Guidelines on internal affairs policies and procedures.
S-2264 Sca w/GR Beach, James
/Singleton, Troy Extends application period for certain urban hope projects and permits reconstructed facilities as part of projects.