Legislation that advanced
Legislation listed below has advanced in the New Jersey State Legislature. Please contact Tom Grady, Director of Advocacy and Public Affairs if you would like more information about these bills at email@example.com and/or whether you would like to contact your elected representatives to express your views on these bills.
S-1555 / A-2429 (Scutari / Benson / Murphy / Moen): Establishes "Transportation Services Coordination Task Force."
S-1641 (Cruz-Perez / Gopal): Authorizes proportional property tax exemption for honorably discharged veterans having a service-connected permanent disability.
S-2565 (Greenstein / Testa / Gopal): Increases allowance paid to war veterans with certain service-connected disabilities.
S-3424 (Corrado / Diegnan): Requires MVC to allow person to indicate special needs with motor vehicle registration.
S-2645 (Kean / Ruiz): Establishes “New Jersey Transit ADA Task Force.”
S-3291 (Kean / Greenstein): Creates resume bank for certain persons with disabilities.
S-3438 (Diegnan): Updates 2-1-1 telephone system information to include all current modes of public transit and information on access and usage.
S-4100 (Bucco / Sweeney): “New Jersey Disability Savings Act.”
A-1015 (Downey / Houghtaling / Murphy): Establishes public awareness campaign concerning persons with disabilities and employment.
A-2441 (Benson / Chiaravalloti / Vainieri Huttle): Requires DHS to employ Transportation Planning Coordinator to manage and oversee transportation services provided to DHS clients.
A-4856 (Lampitt / Benson / Caputo): Requires Internet websites and web services of school districts, charter schools, and renaissance schools to be accessible to persons with disabilities.
A-6014 (Benson / Mukherji): Permits person with certain brain injuries to voluntarily make notation on driver’s license, identification card, and in MVC registry; establishes program to train law enforcement officers in interactions with persons with certain brain injuries.
A-6063 (Greenwald): Establishes program in DOLWD to connect persons with disabilities with job training and employment.