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2020 NJ A.B. 1879

Title - An Act concerning firearms and immigration and amending N.J.S. 2C:58-3.

Law Number - 2020 NJ A.B. 1879

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Requires chief law enforcement officers or Superintendent of State Police to notify federal immigration authorities when noncitizen applies for firearms purchaser identification card or handgun purchase permit

2020 NJ A.B. 1940

Title - An Act concerning police training for school emergencies and supplementing chapter 17B of Title 52 of the Revised Statutes.

Law Number - 2020 NJ A.B. 1940

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Requires Police Training Commission to adopt training course on school emergency response.

2020 NJ A.B. 1327

Title - An Act concerning Class Two special law enforcement officers and amending P.L.1976, c.132.

Law Number - 2020 NJ A.B. 1327

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Establishes certain hiring preferences for Class Two special law enforcement officers seeking position with municipal law enforcement agency.

2020 NJ A.B. 2162

Title - An Act establishing a crime involving the use of defaced and stolen firearms in certain cases, to be known as “MarcAnthony’s Law,” supplementing chapter 12 of Title 2C of the New Jersey Statutes, and amending N.J.S.2C:39-1, N.J.S.2C:39-3, and N.J.S.2C:39-9.

Law Number - 2020 NJ A.B. 2162

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Establishes the MarcAnthony’s Law,criminalizes use of defaced or stolen firearm to injure a police officer,enhances penalties for defacing a firearm.

2018 NJ A.B. 4727

Title - An Act concerning motor vehicle driver education and testing, and amending R.S.39:3-10.

Law Number - 2018 NJ A.B. 4727

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Requires person taking written examination for permit to watch video of rights and responsibilities of driver stopped by law enforcement,requires testing on rights and responsibilities of driver stopped by law enforcement.