New Jersey Bill History

August 13, 2009: Governor Jon Corzine signs S. 1651 into law!

June 25, 2009: The Assembly concurs on passage of S. 1651. The bill now heads to the governor's desk for signature into law

June 18, 2009: S. 1651 is passed by the State Senate.  The bill must go back to the Assembly for concurrence

June 15, 2009: S. 1651 is passed by the Senate Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

May 21, 2009: A. 2238 passed by the State Assembly!  The bill now heads to the State Senate Budget & Appropriations Committee.

May 18, 2009: S. 1651 is passed by the Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee.  The bill now heads to the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.

May 18, 2009: Committee Substitute for A. 2238 is passed by the Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee.  The bill now heads to the Assembly floor for a vote.

May 5, 2008: Autism insurance reform bill, S. 1651, introduced in the State Senate.  The bill is referred to the Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee.

February 25, 2008: Autism insurance reform bill, A. 2238, introduced in the State Assembly.  The bill is referred to the Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee.