NJ Pension Payback Bill (4)

According to observer.com last week:

A5322/S3620- The Assembly will vote on a bill that would allow former Camden Mayor Dana Redd—as well as some other elected officials—to re-enter the public pension system she left in 2010 when she left the Camden city council in order to become mayor. The bill has been controversial, partly because New Jersey’s pension system is underfunded as a whole. The bill was introduced in the legislature last month and fast-tracked. It passed the state Senate last month, and Christie will likely sign the measure if it lands on his desk in the coming days—Redd has been a loyal Christie supporter.

Because of a snow day on that Thursday and a snag today the voting was delayed, but vote they did.

1/8/2018 Passed Assembly (Passed Both Houses) (41-19-8)

S3620 Sca (1R) Changes PERS membership eligibility for certain elected public officials and provides for PERS reenrollment.
Passed both Houses
 

Identical Bill Number: A5322    (1R)

Cunningham, Sandra B.   as Primary Sponsor

12/11/2017 Introduced in the Senate, Referred to Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee
12/14/2017 Reported from Senate Committee with Amendments, 2nd Reading
12/18/2017 Passed by the Senate (23-9)
12/20/2017 Received in the Assembly without Reference, 2nd Reading
1/8/2018 Substituted for A5322 (1R)
1/8/2018 Passed Assembly (Passed Both Houses) (41-19-8)Introduced – – 11 pages PDF Format    HTML Format
Reprint – – 11 pages PDF Format    HTML Format
Statement – SBA 12/14/17 – 2 pages PDF Format    HTML Format
Fiscal Estimate – 12/19/17; 1R – 2 pages PDF Format    HTML Format
Committee Voting:
SBA  12/14/2017  –  r/Sca  –  Yes {9}  No {2}  Not Voting {1}  Abstains {1}  –  Roll CallSession Voting:
Sen.    12/18/2017  –  3RDG FINAL PASSAGE   –  Yes {23}  No {9}  Not Voting {8}    –  Roll Call

 

 

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by James Shearer on January 8, 2018 at 7:24 pm

    trimtone@gmail.com Wouldn’t it be nice if the politicians took care of you to. Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

    Reply

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