Due to the public health emergency, the State House Annex remains closed to visitors and the public will not be allowed to attend the meeting in person. The Committee meetings will take oral testimony on bills, by telephone and / or video. You can listen to the Committee meetings online at www.njleg.state.nj.us.
Thursday, June 4, 2020
Assembly Virtual Voting Session at 11 a.m.
A-4175 (Pintor Marin) – “New Jersey COVID-19 Emergency Bond Act,” authorizes issuance of State bonds totaling $5 billion and authorizes borrowing from federal government.
Senate Environment and Energy Committee
Committee Room 4, 1st Floor at 10 a.m.
S-349 (Smith / Greenstein) – Requires developers to offer electric vehicle charging stations as option in certain new home construction. NJBIA supports this legislation.
S-762 / A-741 (Gopal / Lagana / Johnson / Conaway / Zwicker) – Establishes NJ Fuel Cell Task Force to increase use of fuel cells in State. NJBIA supports this legislation.
S-1258 (Singleton) – Prohibits persons convicted of criminal animal cruelty offenses from owning domestic companion animals and from working or volunteering at animal-related enterprises; establishes presumption against pretrial intervention for certain persons; designated as “Moose’s Law.”
S-1951 (Smith / Codey) – Concerns installation of electric vehicle charging stations in common interest communities.
S-2498 (Greenstein) – Authorizes NJ Infrastructure Bank to expend certain sums to make loans for environmental infrastructure projects for FY2021. NJBIA supports this legislation.
S-2499 (Smith) – Appropriates funds to DEP for environmental infrastructure projects for FY2021. NJBIA supports this legislation.
SCR-115 (Bateman) – Approves FY 2021 Financial Plan of NJ Infrastructure Bank. NJBIA supports this legislation.
SJR-75 (Smith) – Designates April 22 each year as “Personal Carbon Footprint Awareness Day.”
SR-14 (Pennacchio) – Urges Congress and President to increase funding for fusion energy research.
Friday, June 5, 2020
Senate Transportation Committee
Committee Room 4, 1st Floor at 2 p.m.
*Rescheduled from canceled meeting from Thursday, June 4
S-277 (Kean / Weinberg) – “Emma’s Law”; requires school buses that transport students with special needs to be equipped with certain safety features.
S-485 (Sacco / Lagana) – Requires school bus driver’s complete motor vehicle driving record be shared with board of education or school bus contractor and local police.
S-486 (Sacco / O’Scanlon) – Prohibits State from disclosing New Jersey driver’s license holders’ personal information to other states seeking to issue speed camera or red light camera citations.
S-1563 (Scutari) – Provides that users of Access Link paratransit service are automatically eligible for and enrolled in motor bus and rail passenger discounted fare program.
S-1936 (Sweeney) – Requires DOT Commissioner to advertise availability of certain transportation programs and services.
S-2517 (Sweeney / Weinberg) – Establishes program to adopt paratransit best practices, requires greater coordination among paratransit service providers, and establishes regional paratransit coordinating councils; appropriates $6 million.