New Jersey - S 3029 - 2017

Concerning various programs to reduce air pollution from certain vehicles and off-road equipment, and supplementing Title 26 of the Revised Statutes.

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Added On: 03-06-2017
Updated On: 06-22-2017
Status: Passed One Chamber
Primary Sponsors: Christopher Bateman (Senate/Republican), Bob Smith (Senate/Democratic)





Actions (5)

  • 02-27-2017 - Introduced in the Senate, Referred to Senate Environment and Energy Committee
  • 05-01-2017 - Reported out of Senate Committee with Amendments, 2nd Reading
  • 05-01-2017 - Referred to Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee
  • 06-01-2017 - Reported out of Senate Committee with Amendments, 2nd Reading
  • 06-19-2017 - Passed Senate (26-8)

Votes (3)

DateMotion (click for details)ChamberCommitteeYes
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05-01-2017Reported out of Senate committee with amendmentsSenate401yes
06-01-2017Reported out of Senate committee with amendmentsSenate814yes
06-19-20173RDG FINAL PASSAGESenate2686yes

Sponsors (7)

News (3)

VW Emissions Settlement Could Be Windfall for NJ Push for Cleaner Air - NJ Spotlight
Published by njspotlight.com
Wed, 15 Mar 2017 02:38:51 GMT

The state is beginning to map out how it will spend the $65.3 million it is entitled to stemming from a settlement involving Volkswagen's cheating on diesel emissions tests on millions of vehicles. If legislation ... the state. The bill (S-3029 ...

How will N.J. use millions from Volkswagen settlements? - NorthJersey.com
Published by northjersey.com
Mon, 01 May 2017 18:40:32 GMT

As New Jersey waits to receive up to $72 million related to deals Volkswagen reached in the past year to settle consumer lawsuits and government allegations that it cheated on emissions tests, state lawmakers are starting to lay out priorities for how ...

Senate Starts to Sketch Out How to Use $64.3M Volkswagen Settlement - NJ Spotlight
Published by njspotlight.com
Fri, 05 May 2017 03:54:44 GMT

The Senate is beginning to move forward on legislation that would let New Jersey tap into $64.3 million to reduce pollution from the transportation sector, the largest source of emissions contributing to air-quality problems. The bill (S-3029) is ...