New Jersey Representative Mila Jasey [D]

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NJA1704Engross
50%
Requires domestic violence orders to be issued in other languages in addition to English under certain circumstances.
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2023-11-30
Reported from Senate Committee, 2nd Reading
NJA657Intro
25%
Requires DOC to ensure inmates have opportunity to participate in Medicaid pre-enrollment and enrollment sessions at least 60 days prior to release; requires applicable inmates to receive Medicaid card at release.
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2023-11-30
Reported out of Assembly Committee, 2nd Reading
NJA1355Intro
25%
Requires Commissioner of Corrections to appoint career technical education employee to administer, enhance, and supplement inmate workforce skills training programming.
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2023-11-30
Reported out of Assembly Comm. with Amendments, 2nd Reading
NJA4177Engross
50%
Extends duration of law requiring certain provider subsidy payments for child care services be based on enrollment.
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2023-11-30
Reported from Senate Committee with Amendments, 2nd Reading
NJA1902Engross
50%
Increases maximum number of respite care service hours funded through DCF for certain families
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2023-11-30
Reported from Senate Committee with Amendments, 2nd Reading
NJA4052Engross
50%
Establishes three-year sickle cell disease pilot program; appropriates $10,200,000.
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2023-11-30
Reported from Senate Committee, 2nd Reading
NJA5225VetoProvides for coverage of community-based palliative care benefits under Medicaid.
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2023-11-30
2nd Reading in the Assembly on Concur. w/Gov.'s Recommend.
NJA5776Intro
25%
Provides students enrolled in certain career programs with consumer protections from fraudulent and misleading claims and practices.
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2023-11-30
To Assembly Higher Education Committee
NJA5777Intro
25%
Requires public institution of higher education to provide academic credit for certain examinations.
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2023-11-30
To Assembly Higher Education Committee
NJA1181Engross
50%
Requires high school students to complete financial aid applications.
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2023-11-27
Reported from Senate Committee with Amendments, 2nd Reading
NJA4296Engross
50%
Establishes "New Jersey Target Zero Commission."
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2023-11-27
Received in the Senate without Reference, 2nd Reading
NJA4639Engross
50%
Eliminates high school graduation proficiency test.
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2023-11-27
To Senate Education Committee
NJA583Engross
50%
"New Jersey Works Act"; concerns businesses and pre-employment training programs; provides tax credit to businesses supporting pre-employment training programs; appropriates $3 million.
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2023-11-27
To Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee
NJA2227Engross
50%
Provides gross income tax deduction to eligible educators and paraprofessionals for expense of classroom supplies.
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2023-11-27
To Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee
NJS1553PassPermits State Board of Education to authorize alternative teaching certificate.
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2023-11-27
Approved P.L.2023, c.180.
NJA5293Engross
50%
Concerns New Jersey Civic Information Consortium.
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2023-11-27
Transferred to Senate Education Committee
NJA5416Engross
50%
Requires State Board of Education to authorize alternate route to expedite teacher certification of persons employed as paraprofessionals in school districts.
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2023-11-27
Reported from Senate Committee with Amendments, 2nd Reading
NJA5412Engross
50%
Establishes nonpublic school transportation program to provide funding to consortiums of nonpublic schools that will assume responsibility for mandated nonpublic school busing.
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2023-11-27
Received in the Senate without Reference, 2nd Reading
NJA5069Engross
50%
Prohibits social media platforms from using certain practices or features that cause child users to become addicted to platform.
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2023-11-27
To Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee
NJA4093Engross
50%
Requires health insurers, SHBP, and SEHBP to cover mammograms for women over 35 and women under 35 under certain circumstances.
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2023-11-27
To Senate Commerce Committee
NJA5574Engross
50%
Requires DHS to provide information to SNAP and WFNJ recipients regarding card skimming, cloning, and similar fraudulent activities and to submit report to Governor and Legislature on these fraud activities.
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2023-11-27
To Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee
NJA3945Engross
50%
Establishes "Male Teachers of Color Mentorship Pilot Program;" appropriates $50,000.
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2023-11-27
To Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee
NJA1569Engross
50%
Requires public transportation employees to complete training course on handling and responding to suspected human trafficking; requires inclusion of certain content in certain courses.
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2023-11-27
Received in the Senate without Reference, 2nd Reading
NJS3976PassEstablishes Mobility and Transportation Innovation Program in DOT; appropriates $2 million.
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2023-11-27
Approved P.L.2023, c.184.
NJA3681VetoEstablishes New Jersey Educator Scholarship Program; appropriates $3 million.
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2023-11-20
Conditional Veto, Received in the Assembly
NJA4750VetoVacant Storefront Registry Program; establishes public database of vacant commercial space for small businesses.
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2023-11-20
Conditional Veto, Received in the Assembly
NJA3808PassAllows tenant with temporary or permanent restraining order to change locks on residential rental unit.
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2023-11-20
Approved P.L.2023, c.174.
NJA5417Intro
25%
Prohibits limiting number of county college credits that may be applied towards educator preparation program and teacher certification requirements.
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2023-11-20
Reported out of Assembly Comm. with Amendments, 2nd Reading
NJA5498Intro
25%
Requires public institution of higher education to establish gambling addiction prevention program.
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2023-11-20
Reported out of Assembly Committee, 2nd Reading
NJA2583PassRequires information on seizure first-aid to be disseminated to employers.
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2023-11-20
Approved P.L.2023, c.173.
NJA5578Intro
25%
Authorizes Higher Education Student Assistance Authority to award annual summer tuition aid grants.
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2023-11-20
To Assembly Appropriations Committee
NJA5701Intro
25%
Allows voter registration at polling place on election day or at early voting site during early voting period.
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2023-11-20
To Assembly State and Local Government Committee
NJA5734Intro
25%
Prohibits public libraries and public schools from banning or restricting access to certain books; permits withholding of State Aid for non-compliance.
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2023-11-20
To Assembly Education Committee
NJA5733Intro
25%
Prohibits banning and restricting access to books in public libraries.
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2023-11-20
To Assembly Education Committee
NJS3275PassRequires establishment of new State website with information on rights related to, and health benefits coverage for, reproductive health care services.
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2023-10-24
Approved P.L.2023, c.170.
NJA1176PassRequires institutions of higher education to implement suicide prevention programs and raise awareness of mental health services.
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2023-10-19
Approved P.L.2023, c.168.
NJA4978PassEstablishes Division of Violence Intervention and Victim Assistance in Department of Law and Public Safety.
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2023-10-17
Approved P.L.2023, c.167.
NJA4151PassRevises certain restrictions on cannabis establishments' owners; expands scope of review of cannabis establishment license applications and related materials.
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2023-09-25
Approved P.L.2023, c.162.
NJA4914PassEstablishes "Hospital at Home Act."
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2023-09-25
Approved P.L.2023, c.163.
NJA4110PassAllows persons who give birth to children in licensed general hospitals to surrender those children under "Safe Haven Infant Protection Act."
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2023-09-01
Approved P.L.2023, c.153.
NJS1221PassEstablishes program in DOE to reimburse school districts for providing menstrual products in certain public schools and requires State to pay costs.
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2023-08-23
Approved P.L.2023, c.147.
NJA5176PassRequires periodic reporting of election results on night of primary and general election and until final tally thereafter; appropriates $1.5 million.
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2023-07-27
Approved P.L.2023, c.131.
NJA1970PassRequires State Board of Agriculture and Department of Agriculture to adopt rules and regulations concerning confinement of breeding pigs and calves raised for veal.
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2023-07-26
Approved P.L.2023, c.130.
NJS981PassEstablishes procedures for seizure, care, and forfeiture of animals involved in animal cruelty violations.
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2023-07-26
Approved P.L.2023, c.129.
NJA4682PassEstablishes employment protections for certain service employees during changes of ownership.
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2023-07-24
Approved P.L.2023, c.128.
NJS3798PassPermits teacher, and professional staff member who provides special services, who retired from TPAF to return to employment for up to two years without reenrollment in TPAF if employment commences during the 2023-2024 school year.
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2023-07-20
Approved P.L.2023, c.121.
NJS3406PassRequires public institutions of higher education to submit annual fiscal monitoring report; authorizes Secretary of Higher Education to appoint State monitor of certain institutions; requires higher education chief financial officers complete trainin...
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2023-07-20
Approved P.L.2023, c.115.
NJS1615PassEstablishes certain data reporting requirements for prescription drug supply chain; establishes Drug Affordability Council; appropriates $1,500,000.
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2023-07-10
Approved P.L.2023, c.106.
NJAJR221PassDesignates July 5 of each year as Larry Doby Day.
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2023-07-05
Approved P.L.2023, JR-11.
NJA5060PassExpands scope of school district employee sick leave.
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2023-07-03
Approved P.L.2023, c.95.
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