During the second session of the day, 16 bills were completed. Among these bills were Senate Bill 611, which will develope special community-based pilot demonstration projects to improve at-risk youth outcomes; Senate Bill 563, which would clarify Chief Technology Officer's responsibility prior to transfer or retirement of certain equipment; and House Bill 4605, which will provide a premarital education option to applicants for marriage licenses.
Seventeen bills were also read on third reading and passed with amendments during the second session. A sampling of these bills include: Senate Bill 611, which would establish DEP procedures for biological components compliance of narrative water quality standards; Senate Bill 603, which would establish entities for operation of morale, welfare and recreation military facilities; and Senate Bill 597, which would require installation of carbon monoxide detectors in certain facilities.
The House is in recess untill 7:30 p.m.