New Laws in NJ 2023, So Far
We are 22 days into the new year and New Jersey has already passed and solidified seven new laws this year.
Here’s a rundown of what Governor Murphy and our legislators passed this year, so far.
S275 (Pass) – Permits pharmacists to furnish self-administered hormonal contraceptives pursuant to a standing order, in accordance with protocols established by the Board of Pharmacy and the Board of Medical Examiners. [read the full text] – 2023-01-13.
Bills Vetoed so far this year:
A2002 (Conditional Veto) – Requires State registrar to permit county surrogate to provide a certified copy of death certificate to an authorized person under certain circumstances. [read the full text] – 2023-01-10.
Bills Schedule to be heard this month:
S3480 (Intro, 25%) – "The Small Business Health Insurance Affordability Act"; revises certain requirements for individual and small employer health benefits plans. [read the full text] – 2023-01-12. [Hearing: Jan 26 @ 1:00 pm, To Senate Commerce Committee]
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