Special ed task force, other bills, signed

Trenton, NJ – Today, Governor Chris Christie took action on the following legislation: 

BILLS SIGNED:

S-503/A-2291 (A.R. Bucco, Norcross/Benson, A.M. Bucco) –  Requires medical oxygen providers to notify fire department whenever they stop delivering oxygen to a local residence

S-555/A-1757 (Gill/Prieto) – Revises scope of practice of genetic counselors

S-600/A-1365 (Beck, Ruiz/Rible, Angelini, O’Donnell, Simon) – Establishes task force to study various issues related to improving special education programs and services for public school students

S-900/A-2399 (Vitale, Rice/Coughlin, Wisniewski, Quijano) – Requires all State firefighter training to be accredited

S-1327/A-1293 (Codey, Oroho/Jasey, Coutinho, Benson, McKeon, Diegnan) – Requires schools that participate in Statewide interscholastic sports programs to annually inform student-athletes about National Collegiate Athletic Association eligibility standards for participation in collegiate athletics

S-1754/A-2946 (Whelan/Milam, C.A. Brown) – Changes parameters of existing exemption for certain beach bars from noise control standards

SCS for S-1783/ACS for A-2673 (Turner, Bateman/Benson, Caride, Moriarty) – Prohibits manufacture, sale, or possession of synthetic marijuana

BILL VETOED:

SCS for S-71/ACS for A-2037 (Codey, Singer/Watson Coleman) – CONDITIONAL – Establishes “New Jersey Yellow Dot Program” in MVC

Special ed task force, other bills, signed