Regulating Surplus Military Equipment Given to Police, Barring Lenders from Remotely Disabling a Vehicle & Encouraging Manufacturing Jobs Top Monday Assembly Committees

Boosting Women & Minority-Owned Biz, Combating Influenza Spread in Retirement Communities, Allowing Towns to Voluntarily Improve Video Surveillance & Protecting Elderly from Exploitation Also on Tap

(TRENTON) – Legislation to regulate surplus military equipment given to local law enforcement, prohibit lenders from remotely disabling motor vehicles and create a career pathway to provide students with skills necessary to gain employment in manufacturing sector highlight Monday’s Assembly committee meetings.
Legislation to boost women- and minority-owned businesses, combat the spread of influenza through retirement communities, permit municipalities to require the registration of private outdoor video surveillance cameras and combat the financial abuse and exploitation of elder adults are also on tap.
The meetings are slated to being at 10 a.m. and will be streamed live at:
http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/media/live_audio.asp.
HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
· A-3754 (Johnson/DeAngelo) – Requires AG oversight of transfer of federal surplus military equipment to local law enforcement agencies; establishes review and reporting requirement; and A-3901 (Johnson) – Requires local unit approval of applications for participation in federal 1033 program. 2 p.m. Law and Public Safety.
· A4033 (Moriarty/Fuentes) – Prohibits installation of payment assurance device as condition of securing motor vehicle financing. 10 a.m. Consumer Affairs.
· A3020 (Singleton/Conaway/Andrzejczak/Mazzeo/Garcia/Mosquera) – Requires Secretary of Higher Education, in consultation with various entities, to design a manufacturing career pathway to provide students with skills necessary to gain employment in manufacturing sector. 2 p.m. Commerce and Economic Development.
· A3168 (Lampitt) – Permits small, women owned, or minority owned businesses located in designated regional centers or planning areas to qualify for loans from EDA as if located in designated urban center. 2 p.m. Commerce and Economic Development.
· A3248 (Conaway) – Establishes the Task Force on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in DOH. 10 a.m. Health and Senior Services.
· A3890 (Lampitt) – Requires continuing care retirement communities to provide residents with information on influenza vaccines for older adults. 10 a.m. Health and Senior Services.
· A-3843 (Caputo/Giblin/Tucker/Johnson/Mainor) – Permits municipality to enact ordinance requiring registration of private outdoor video surveillance cameras. 2 p.m. Law and Public Safety.
· A-3730 (Singleton/Mainor/Mukherji) – Requires certain DOC, county, and municipal prison physicians to acquire certain training. 2 p.m. Law and Public Safety.
· A-476 (Green/Stender) – Establishes compensation limits for licensed public adjusters during certain emergencies. 10 a.m. Financial Institutions and Insurance.
· A-3948 (Benson/Lagana/Mosquera/Eustace) – Requires money transmitters to provide training materials to delegates concerning financial abuse and exploitation of elder adults. 10 a.m. Financial Institutions and Insurance.
· A953 (Singleton/Eustace/Mosquera/Sumter/Benson/Quijano/Wimberly) – Establishes microenterprise training program and assistance for micro entrepreneurs. 2 p.m. Commerce and Economic Development.
· A1879 (Burzichelli/Coughlin) – Revises “Administrative Procedure Act” concerning conflicts between rules of different State agencies. 2 p.m. Regulatory Oversight.