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8 New Laws from the Governor of NJ this Week

Governor Murphy signs another 8 bills into law concerning everything from car and liability insurance, cannabis, apprenticeships, county airports, retirement, and sales tax.

Today, Governor Phil Murphy signed the following eight bills into law, concerning everything from automobile and liability insurance, cannabis, and apprenticeships, to county airports, retirement, and sales tax.

S-481/A-4291 (Scutari, Bramnick/Greenwald, Conaway, Stanley) - Requires automobile insurance policies to provide certain minimum amounts of liability, uninsured motorist, and underinsured motorist coverage.

S-521/A-3661 (Cruz-Perez, Pou/Spearman) - Expressly authorizes medical cannabis patients under 18 years of age to have up to four designated caregivers.

S-525/A-280 (Ruiz, Singleton/Umba, Sawyer, Wirths) - Enhances, and allocates funds for, pre-apprenticeship programs.

S-1368/A-2687 (Scutari/Mukherji) - Requires business owners and rental unit owners to maintain certain liability insurance policies for negligent acts and omissions in an amount of no less than $500,000 for combined property damage and bodily injury to or death of one or more persons.

S-1535/A-2-861 (Greenstein, Turner/Benson, Verrelli, Reynolds-Jackson, Thomson) - Permits counties to operate airports as county utilities; provides that bonds for county and municipal airport purposes be issued in accordance with provisions of "Local Bond Law."

S-1603/A-3771 (Smith/Mukherji) - Removes restriction on receipt of retirement annuities by certain members of JRS who file for deferred retirement.

S-2843/A-4293 (Scutari, Bramnick/Mukherji, Quijano, Wimberly) - Requires certain insurers to disclose policy limits upon request by an attorney under certain circumstances.

A-4239/S-2424 (Lopez, Atkins, Moen/Gopal) - Concerns imposition and collection of sales and use tax for fabrication and installation of signs.


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