Back on Tweeting Path

Earlier this year S3770 was going to create a commission to push ideas like the Path to Progress to reform New Jersey public pensions. However S3770 was vetoed so Senate President Steve Sweeney is left with the twitter path which he took to this weekend:

These sentiments were repeated in an op-ed on nj.com with one twist added:

Pension amortization reform – this could save billions of dollars for taxpayers over the next decade

To achieve those savings the question for the actuaries is how many millenniums they are comfortable using for the revised amortization period.

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S3770 Establishes “New Jersey Economic and Fiscal Policy Review Commission” to provide ongoing review of State and local tax structure, economic conditions, and related fiscal issues.
Pocket Veto

 

Identical Bill Number: A6118

Sarlo, Paul A.   as Primary Sponsor
Oroho, Steven V.   as Primary Sponsor
Sweeney, Stephen M.   as Primary Sponsor
Greenwald, Louis D.   as Primary Sponsor
Jones, Patricia Egan   as Primary Sponsor
O’Scanlon, Declan J., Jr.   as Co-Sponsor
Mosquera, Gabriela M.   as Co-Sponsor
Space, Parker   as Co-Sponsor
Wirths, Harold J.   as Co-Sponsor
Murphy, Carol A.   as Co-Sponsor


5/16/2019 Introduced in the Senate, Referred to Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee
1/9/2020 Reported from Senate Committee, 2nd Reading
1/13/2020 Passed by the Senate (30-2)
1/13/2020 Received in the Assembly without Reference, 2nd Reading
1/13/2020 Substituted for A6118
1/13/2020 Passed Assembly (Passed Both Houses) (60-7-5)
1/21/2020 Pocket Veto – Bills not Acted on by Governor-end of Session
Fiscal Estimate – 6/5/19; as introduced – 2 pages PDF Format    HTML Format
Statement – SBA 1/9/20 – 2 pages PDF Format    HTML Format
Introduced – – 6 pages PDF Format    HTML Format


Committee Voting:
SBA  1/9/2020  –  r/favorably  –  Yes {13}  No {0}  Not Voting {0}  Abstains {0}  –  Roll Call

  Sarlo, Paul A. (C) – Yes Cunningham, Sandra B. (V) – Yes Addiego, Dawn Marie – Yes
  Cryan, Joseph P. – Yes Greenstein, Linda R. – Yes O’Scanlon, Declan J., Jr. – Yes
  Oroho, Steven V. – Yes Singleton, Troy – Yes Smith, Bob – Yes
  Sweeney, Stephen M. – Yes Testa, Michael L., Jr. – Yes Thompson, Samuel D. – Yes
  Weinberg, Loretta – Yes

 

Session Voting:
Sen.    1/13/2020  –  3RDG FINAL PASSAGE   –  Yes {30}  No {2}  Not Voting {8}    –  Roll Call

  Addiego, Dawn Marie – Yes Bateman, Christopher – Yes Beach, James – Yes
  Brown, Chris A. – Not Voting Bucco, Anthony M. – Not Voting Cardinale, Gerald – Yes
  Codey, Richard J. – Yes Connors, Christopher J. – Yes Corrado, Kristin M. – Not Voting
  Cruz-Perez, Nilsa – Yes Cryan, Joseph P. – Yes Cunningham, Sandra B. – Yes
  Diegnan, Patrick J., Jr. – Yes Doherty, Michael J. – Yes Gill, Nia H. – Yes
  Gopal, Vin – Not Voting Greenstein, Linda R. – Not Voting Holzapfel, James W. – Yes
  Kean, Thomas H., Jr. – Not Voting Lagana, Joseph A. – Yes Madden, Fred H., Jr. – Yes
  O’Scanlon, Declan J., Jr. – Yes Oroho, Steven V. – Yes Pennacchio, Joseph – Not Voting
  Pou, Nellie – Yes Rice, Ronald L. – No Ruiz, M. Teresa – Yes
  Sacco, Nicholas J. – Not Voting Sarlo, Paul A. – Yes Scutari, Nicholas P. – Yes
  Singer, Robert W. – Yes Singleton, Troy – Yes Smith, Bob – Yes
  Stack, Brian P. – Yes Sweeney, Stephen M. – Yes Testa, Michael L., Jr. – Yes
  Thompson, Samuel D. – Yes Turner, Shirley K. – No Vitale, Joseph F. – Yes
  Weinberg, Loretta – Yes


Asm.  1/13/2020  –  SUB FOR A6118   –  Yes {0}  No {0}  Not Voting {80}  Abstains {0}  –  Voice Vote Passed
Asm.  1/13/2020  –  3RDG FINAL PASSAGE   –  Yes {60}  No {7}  Not Voting {8}  Abstains {5}  –  Roll Call

  Armato, John – Yes Auth, Robert – Yes Benson, Daniel R. – Yes
  Bramnick, Jon M. – Yes Burzichelli, John J. – Yes Calabrese, Clinton – Yes
  Caputo, Ralph R. – Abstain Carroll, Michael Patrick – Not Voting Carter, Linda S. – Not Voting
  Chaparro, Annette – No Chiaravalloti, Nicholas – Yes Clifton, Robert D. – No
  Conaway, Herb, Jr. – Yes Coughlin, Craig J. – Yes Dancer, Ronald S. – No
  Danielsen, Joe – Yes DeAngelo, Wayne P. – Yes DeCroce, BettyLou – Not Voting
  DePhillips, Christopher P. – Abstain DiMaio, John – Yes DiMaso, Serena – Yes
  Downey, Joann – Yes Dunn, Aura – Yes Egan, Joseph V. – Yes
  Freiman, Roy – Yes Giblin, Thomas P. – Yes Gove, DiAnne C. – Yes
  Greenwald, Louis D. – Yes Handlin, Amy H. – Not Voting Holley, Jamel C. – Yes
  Houghtaling, Eric – Yes Howarth, Joe – Not Voting Jasey, Mila M. – Yes
  Jimenez, Angelica M. – No Johnson, Gordon M. – Yes Jones, Patricia Egan – Yes
  Karabinchak, Robert J. – Yes Kean, Sean T. – Yes Kennedy, James J. – Yes
  Lampitt, Pamela R. – Yes Land, R. Bruce – Yes Lopez, Yvonne – Yes
  Mazzeo, Vincent – Yes McGuckin, Gregory P. – No McKeon, John F. – Yes
  McKnight, Angela V. – Yes Mejia, Pedro – No Milam, Matthew W. – Yes
  Moriarty, Paul D. – Yes Mosquera, Gabriela M. – Yes Mukherji, Raj – Yes
  Munoz, Nancy F. – Yes Murphy, Carol A. – Yes Peters, Ryan E. – Yes
  Peterson, Erik – Yes Pinkin, Nancy J. – Yes Pintor Marin, Eliana – Yes
  Quijano, Annette – Yes Reynolds-Jackson, Verlina – Yes Rooney, Kevin J. – Abstain
  Rumpf, Brian E. – Yes Schaer, Gary S. – Yes Schepisi, Holly T. – Not Voting
  Space, Parker – Yes Spearman, William W. – Yes Speight, Shanique – Yes
  Sumter, Shavonda E. – Yes Swain, Lisa – Yes Taliaferro, Adam J. – Yes
  Thomson, Edward H. – Yes Timberlake, Britnee N. – Abstain Tucker, Cleopatra G. – Abstain
  Tully, P. Christopher – Yes Vainieri Huttle, Valerie – Yes Verrelli, Anthony S. – Yes
  Webber, Jay – No Wimberly, Benjie E. – Not Voting Wirths, Harold J. – Yes
  Wolfe, David W. – Not Voting Zwicker, Andrew – Yes

 

14 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Tough Love on September 27, 2020 at 10:11 pm

    Trump apparently thinks the US Treasury is his personal piggyback to spend on PR to prop up his re-election prospects.

    ANOTHER reason to impeach or Criminally Charge him.

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/27/opinions/trump-covid-19-campaign-election-obeidallah/index.html

    Reply

  2. Posted by dentss dunnigan on September 28, 2020 at 9:47 am

    Nancy Pelosi said during the fake political impeachment that Americans would not get a vote. This is how Democrats have proceeded with every issue. Vote 2020

    Reply

  3. Posted by dentss dunnigan on September 28, 2020 at 9:48 am

    Nancy Pelosi said during the fake political impeachment that Americans would not get a vote. This is how Democrats have proceeded with every issue.

    Reply

  4. I can’t imagine carrying around all of the hate, rage and dysfunctional TDS for all these years……..just can’t imagine it although I suspect for those affected by it that it has been there all along and for some reason Trump triggered it to manifest as such.

    It’s almost funny ……….at least I get a good chuckle when I read TLs rage filled posts:)

    Reply

    • Posted by Rex the Wonder Dog! 🐶🐶🐶🦴🦴🦴 on September 28, 2020 at 12:12 pm

      NO ONE gets “triggered” as easily and as fast as TL, aka the TDS of commenting “off topic” 🙂 !

      Reply

      • A friend once told me I couldn’t play a two handed instrument like a guitar because my my right and left brain had an inch of space between them. Someday I will write a screed, maybe TL will read it. In the meantime “I want more dinner triangle”. Actually I don’t.

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  5. Hey E

    Have you read about the former Berger County Judge Napolitano being accused of sexual assault by two men?

    Crazy!

    Reply

    • Posted by Rex the Wonder Dog! 🐶🐶🐶🦴🦴🦴 on September 29, 2020 at 12:39 pm

      Oh man, I loved liked this guy’s commentary. Especially the way he analyzed the law.

      “A Sussex County man has filed a $15 million lawsuit against former Bergen County Judge Andrew Napolitano on Monday, alleging the Fox News analyst attempted to rape him and offered legal help in exchange for sexual favors.

      James Kruzelnick, a Wantage resident who says he frequently waited on Napolitano at the Mohawk House in Sparta, alleges in his suit that Napolitano sexually assaulted him between 2014 and 2017 and used the promise of legal advice to pressure Kruzelnick into performing sex acts.

      Kruzelnick is the second man this month to sue Napolitano alleging sexual assault. Charles Corbishley, a South Carolina resident who stood in Napolitano’s Hackensack court on criminal charges in the 1980s, accused Napolitano of forcing him to perform oral sex in return for a more lenient sentence.”

      https://www.northjersey.com/story/news/bergen/2020/09/28/andrew-napolitano-former-judge-sued-second-man-sexual-assault/3562759001/

      Reply

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