Governor Phil Murphy

Governor Murphy Takes Action on Legislation


TRENTON – Today, Governor Phil Murphy signed the following bills and resolutions into law

S-2584/A-3622 (Cunningham, Pou/Quijano, Vainieri Huttle, Murphy) – Makes changes to membership and responsibilities of Campus Sexual Assault Commission 

A-1263/S-1914 (Schaer, Johnson/Pou, Cardinale) – Prohibits act, practice or arrangement constituting stranger-originated life insurance 

A-2394/S-401 (Wimberly, Johnson, Holley/Turner, Cunningham) – Requires law enforcement agencies in this State to establish minority recruitment and selection programs; establishes reporting requirement 

A-3367/S-1951 (Johnson, Kennedy, Benson/Smith, Codey) – Concerns installation of electric vehicle charging stations in common interest communities
Governor Murphy conditionally vetoed the following bills: 

S-1163/A-4271 (Turner/Tucker, Conaway) - Requires law enforcement officers to wear body cameras 

Copy of Statement 

S-2842/A-4625 (Sarlo/Egan) - Permits raffles to be conducted remotely at large sporting venues 

Copy of Statement 

A-4312/S-101 (Reynolds-Jackson, Sumter, Tucker/Gill, Turner) - Regulates use of body cameras worn by law enforcement officers 

Copy of Statement 

Governor Murphy absolute vetoed the following bills:   

S-2704/A-4413 (Sweeney, Gopal, A.M. Bucco, Cruz-Perez/Bramnick, Burzichelli, DeCroce) - Appropriates $30 million to EDA from federal "Coronavirus Relief Fund" to assist food establishments impacted by Executive Order No. 158 

Copy of Statement 

A-4006/S-2404 (Chiaravalloti, Caputo, Mejia/Pou, Turner) - Postpones New Jersey Quality Single Accountability Continuum (NJQSAC) review for certain school districts to accommodate disruption due to COVID-19 pandemic 

Copy of Statement