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*** MONDAY ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES *** Reinforcing School Bus Driver Protocols, Creating New, Less-Costly Liquor Licenses, Joint Assembly Hearing on Autonomous Vehicles, Working to Rid Mold Hazards from NJ Schools Highlight Monday Assembly Agendas

Also: Job Security for Organ and Bone Marrow Donors, Codifying Judiciary’s Foreclosure Mediation Program

**Assembly Budget Committee Also Set to Advance Measures–Bijou’s Law: Pet Grooming Licensing Act, Daisy’s Law Concerning Kennels and Veterinary Facilities & Nosey’s Law: Prohibiting Use of Certain Wild Animals in Traveling Animal Acts**

(TRENTON) – Paving the way for autonomous vehicles on New Jersey roads, encouraging economic development and growth among small businesses that could benefit from a lower-cost liquor license, and requiring suspension of school bus driver endorsement due to multiple vehicle violations top Monday Assembly Committee agendas.

Also to be considered: Bills adding tick control to duties of state and county mosquito control commissions and establishing “Invasive Species Task Force;” a measure ensuring residents are notified at least five days before public utilities are shut off; and legislation establishing oversight of federal funds the state receives.

The Assembly Transportation and Independent Authorities Committee and the Assembly Science, Innovation and Technology Committee will meet jointly on Monday, October 22 at 10:00 AM in Committee Room 11 on the 4th Floor of the State House Annex. The committees will receive testimony from invited guests concerning the development and regulation of autonomous vehicles operating in New Jersey.

The meetings are slated to begin at 10 a.m. and will be streamed live at: