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Brian Stack  -  (D) New Jersey
State Senator - New Jersey Senate District 33
State Capitol
125 West State Street
Trenton, NJ 08625-1101
  • Phone: (609) 847-3700
  • Fax: (609) 633-7254
State District
411 Palisades Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07307
  • Phone: (201) 721-5263
  • Phone: (201) 376-1942
  • Fax: (201) 721-5986
Bill Bill Name Summary
S645 Requires public school student with concussion to be evaluated by physic... This bill provides that a student enrolled in a school district who sustains a concussion must receive an evaluation by a physician or other licensed health care provider trained in the evaluation and management of concus...
S531 Revises definition of "landlord" to include rooming and boarding house o... This bill would revise the definition of "landlord" for purposes of P.L.1993, c.127 (C.40:48-2.12o et seq.) in order to include owners and operators of rooming and boarding houses. This would authorize a municipality to a...
S425 Imposes time constraints on submission and analysis of rape kits. This bill, to be known as the "Sexual Assault Evidence Submission Act," would require municipal, county, State and federal law enforcement agencies to submit to the appropriate forensic laboratory evidence collected in th...
S549 Requires availability of early voting for certain elections; makes appro... This bill establishes an in-person early voting procedure to allow voters to cast their votes at specially designated polling places, starting on the 15th day before the general election, and ending on the second calendar...
S91 Establishes Lake Hopatcong Fund and dedicates $500,000 annually from cer... This bill would establish the "Lake Hopatcong Fund" and dedicate to the fund $500,000 annually from license fees required to operate power boats on nontidal waters. The moneys would be used by the Lake Hopatcong Commissio...
S330 Permits local health boards to require minimum temperature of 70 degrees... This bill allows local health boards to require a minimum temperature of 70 degrees from October 1 until May 1 within the habitable rooms of the dwelling units in certain buildings occupied by seniors and disabled persons...
S770 Allows students to use certain grant awards during summer session. Regulations promulgated by the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority restrict the number of semesters for which a student may receive an award payment under the tuition aid grant (TAG) program in a manner that pre...
S773 Permits up to seven dollar increase in surcharge for document recordatio... This bill increases the amount of a surcharge that may be applied to documents recorded with a county, in support of the county's Homelessness Housing Trust Fund. Under present law, a county governing body may adopt a res...
S675 "Drama Therapists and Dance/Movement Therapists Licensing Act." This bill provides for the licensure of clinical drama therapists, associate drama therapists, clinical dance/movement therapists, and associate dance/movement therapists. The bill also establishes a Drama Therapy and Dan...
S796 Revises requirements and training standards for first responders under N... This bill would revise the standards and requirements for volunteer and nonvolunteer first aid, rescue, and ambulance squads under the New Jersey Highway Traffic Safety Act of 1987. Specifically, the bill would revise the...
S476 Revises requirements for emergency medical services delivery. This bill provides a new statutory approach to the regulation of emergency medical services that encompasses basic and advanced life support services, and governs the qualifications, training, and operations of paramedics...
S78 Authorizes municipality to deliver property tax bills, construction perm... This bill requires the Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs, in consultation with the Office of Information Technology and the State Treasurer, to establish a mechan...
S267 "Consumer Freedom From Unwanted Expense in Health Insurance Coverage Act." This bill, the "Consumer Freedom From Unwanted Expense in Health Insurance Coverage Act," provides a New Jersey resident with the right to purchase a health insurance policy legally sold in any other state in the United S...
S714 Requires interior light of motor vehicle be turned on when stopped by la... This bill requires the driver of a motor vehicle to turn on the interior light of a motor vehicle when stopped by a law enforcement officer under certain circumstances. Under current law, a law enforcement officer may req...
S534 Excludes corrugated containers sold by the manufacturer from definition ... This bill clarifies that corrugated containers that are sold by the manufacturer of such containers are not included in the definition of "litter-generating products" under the "Clean Communities Program Act." As a result...
S839 Provides $21 minimum annual energy assistance to qualified families; qua... This bill provides that every household in the State that is eligible to receive benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) shall receive a minimum annual energy assistance payment of $21 to quali...
S618 Reforms annual State revenue estimating and reporting, and executive Sta... This bill reforms several important phases in the annual State budget process to make more transparent and publicly available information that is considered by the executive and legislative branches in enacting the State ...
S554 Requires health insurance carriers to comply with certain network adequa... This bill requires health insurance carriers to comply with certain network adequacy requirements. The bill prohibits the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance from issuing conditional approval of provider network adequac...
S540 "Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Act"; requires Inte... This bill, to be known as the "Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Act," makes it an unlawful practice under the consumer fraud act to manufacture, sell, offer for sale, lease, or distribute a product that...
S543 Establishes "The Democracy Act" to modify various voter registration and... This bill establishes "The Democracy Act" to revise various voter registration and voting procedures. Specifically, the bill establishes early voting, online voter registration, automatic voter registration, and allows fo...
S761 "Earn Your Way Out Act" ; requires DOC to develop inmate reentry plan; e... This bill titled, "Earn Your Way Out Act," would enact various corrections and parole reforms, including: requiring the Department of Corrections (DOC) to develop a reentry plan for each inmate; establishing administrativ...
S785 Requires Police Training Commission to develop accelerated training cour... This bill establishes a modified law enforcement basic training program to allow county corrections officers to transition into the position of county sheriff's officer. Currently, a candidate for a position as a county c...
S257 Expands eligibility for property tax reimbursement program. This bill expands eligibility for the property tax reimbursement program to include individuals who do not work and are retired on a disability retirement under the Police and Firemen's Retirement System of New Jersey (PF...
S579 Dedicates 30 percent of all UEZ sales tax revenues to respective UEZ acc... This bill requires that, as of July 1, 2015, 30 percent of all reduced rate sales tax revenues collected by qualified businesses in urban enterprise zones (UEZs) be deposited to the accounts held in the Enterprise Zone As...
S333 Establishes "Veterans Affordable Housing Section 8 Voucher Pilot Program." Establishes "Veterans Affordable Housing Section 8 Voucher Pilot Program."
S846 Extends duration of first five designated UEZs until Septermber 30, 2019... This bill extends the duration of each previously designated urban enterprise zone (UEZ) for 10 years beyond the date each zone is scheduled to expire, thus continuing the participation of each zone in the Urban Enterpris...
S389 Requires recycling of scrap tires and licensing of scrap tire haulers. This bill requires the Department of Environmental Protection to establish a system for the manifesting, tracking, collection, recycling, and disposal of scrap tires. The system will require all scrap tires to be collecte...
S365 Requires school buildings to be equipped with emergency light and panic ... This bill requires that all public elementary and secondary schools be equipped with a panic alarm for use in a school security emergency including, but not limited to, a non-fire evacuation, lockdown, or active shooter s...
S854 Prohibits certain light frame residential construction in densely popula... This bill would prohibit the use of light frame wood construction for residential group R-2 structures, including apartments, hotels, and dormitories, in census tracts with a population density of 5,000 or more persons pe...
S553 Requires carriers to disclose selection standards for placement of healt... This bill supplements the "Health Care Quality Act" to require health insurance carriers to disclose selection standards for placement of health care providers in tiered health benefits plan networks and provides for the ...
S766 Requires Higher Education Student Assistance Authority to establish inco... This bill requires the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) to establish an income-driven repayment option and a loan rehabilitation program for borrowers under the New Jersey College Loans to Assist Stat...
S1638 "Fair Repair Act"; concerns repairs to certain consumer electronics. This bill, to be known and cited as the "Fair Repair Act," establishes fair repair practices for digital electronic equipment, such as mobile phones, tablets, and other common consumer electronic devices. Under the bill, ...
S177 Establishes "Tiny Home Pilot Program" in three regions of State. This bill creates the "Tiny Home Pilot Program" as a three-year pilot program to assist residents struggling financially and the State's homeless population with acquiring housing through the construction of sma...
S580 Reduces helicopter operations at certain aviation facilities licensed by... This bill requires the Commissioner of Transportation to promulgate rules and regulations to reduce the noise generated by helicopters at airports, helipads, and heliports licensed by the State. These rules and regulation...
S504 Establishes "Government Functions and Services Study Commission." This bill would establish the "Government Functions and Services Study Commission," to review the effectiveness of county government in providing services and performing functions in relation to those provided a...
S560 Requires new voting machines purchased or leased for use in elections in... Under current law, the requirement for the purchase of new voting machines or retrofitting of existing voting machines to produce a paper record of the votes cast has been suspended until funding is made available from St...
S855 Requires property tax bills to contain eligibility information on State ... This bill would require that property tax bills include a statement about the availability, on the Internet website of the Department of Community Affairs, of the amounts of State aid and assistance received by the munici...
S276 Permits certain local authorities and utilities to charge reduced sewera... This bill would allow county and municipal sewerage authorities, utilities authorities, and sewerage utilities, to reduce sewerage service rates for households with incomes at or below a certain percentage of the most rec...
S275 Prohibits sewerage authorities, municipal authorities, and local units o... This bill would clarify that sewerage authorities, municipal authorities, and local units of government that create sewer utilities are permitted to charge interest on unpaid rates or rentals imposed for direct or indirec...
S241 Requires limited liability company to disclose ownership information whe... This bill would require a limited liability company or foreign limited liability company that is the grantor or grantee of a deed for residential real property containing one to four dwelling units to disclose the individ...
S1493 Prohibits landlords from requiring residential tenants to pay rent and o... This bill prohibits a landlord from requiring that a tenant or prospective tenant pay any rent, security deposit, utilities, parking fees, or other lease-related payments owed to the landlord, by means of electronic funds...
S651 Establishes automatic voter registration process using MVC applicant inf... This bill requires the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) to automatically transmit applicant information to the Secretary of State for automatic voter registration purposes. The bill also permits an applicant to d...
S176 Enhances "Crime Victim's Bill of Rights"; prohibits defendant from enter... This bill would specify that certain privacy rights are encompassed by the "Crime Victim's Bill of Rights," P.L.1985, c.249 (C.52:4B-34 et seq.) and would prohibit a defendant from entering the home of a crime victim duri...
S536 Permits nonprofit and for-profit entities operating theaters with 250 or... This bill reduces the number of seats required for a nonprofit theater to apply for a license to serve alcoholic beverages from 1,000 to 250. In addition, the bill extends to for-profit entities that operate a theater wit...
S1261 Establishes fire safety standards and protocols for certain light frame ... This bill would establish a number of fire safety standards for light frame construction of new multiple dwellings, hotels, and rooming and boarding houses with more than two dwelling or sleeping units. The massive fire t...
S806 Establishes confidentiality of landlord-tenant court records; addresses ... This bill would preserve the confidentiality of the court records of landlord-tenant actions under certain circumstances. The bill defines the term "court records" expansively to include any record containing information ...
S274 Subjects county and municipal sewerage authority service rate increases ... This bill would subject rate increases by sewerage authorities created pursuant to the "sewerage authorities law" P.L.1946, c.138 (C.40:14A-1 et seq.) to approval by the Board of Public Utilities ("the board"). The board ...
S883 Authorizes issuance of special Humane State license plates. This bill authorizes the Chief Administrator (chief administrator) of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (commission) to issue special Humane State license plates. The bill provides that the design of the Humane Stat...
S1644 Allows for the establishment of a "County Tenant Legal Assistance Progra... This bill would allow the governing body of each county to establish a county tenant legal assistance program for low-income families to provide legal representation in landlord-tenant proceeding. In addition, the bill wo...
S1612 Establishes minimum certified nurse aide-to-resident ratios in nursing h... This bill establishes minimum ratios for the number of certified nurse aides (CNAs) to the number of residents in nursing homes. Under current regulations, the Department of Health requires nursing homes to meet a minimum...
S722 Requires water purveyors to conduct water loss audits. This bill would amend and supplement the "Water Supply Management Act" to require the State's water purveyors (i.e., public and private water providers) who regularly serve at least 3,300 individuals to conduct annual wat...
S771 Allows persons on parole and probation to vote; provides registration as... The New Jersey Constitution at Article II, Section I, paragraph 7 grants the Legislature the authority to deny the right of suffrage to persons convicted of crimes designated by the Legislature. Pursuant to this authority...
S1639 Requires use of stethoscope covers in health care facilities and by heal... This bill requires health care facilities and health care professionals to use disposable stethoscope covers. When stethoscopes are used in patient examinations, the bell or diaphragm of the stethoscope can become contami...
S1786 Requires DOH to develop New Jersey Report Card of Hospital Maternity Care. This bill requires the Commissioner of Health to gather and compile information necessary to develop a New Jersey Report Card of Hospital Maternity Care. The report card is to be designed to inform members of the public a...
S538 Concerns long term tax exemptions on certain age-restricted low-income h... The "Long Term Tax Exemption Law," P.L.1991, c.431 (C.40A:20-1 et seq.), currently allows certain age-restricted housing developments to receive a tax exemption for up to 35 years, or until the expiration of first mortgag...
Bill Number Motion Vote Date Vote
S1 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/15/2018 Yea
S1208 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/15/2018 Yea
S1519 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/15/2018 Yea
S1893 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/15/2018 Yea
S332 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/15/2018 Yea
S57 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported with Amendments 2/15/2018 Yea
S647 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported with Amendments 2/15/2018 Yea
S692 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/15/2018 Yea
S784 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/15/2018 Yea
S846 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported with Substitution 2/15/2018 Yea
S878 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/15/2018 Yea
S883 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported with Amendments 2/15/2018 Yea
S1036 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S1057 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S1082 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S1083 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S1207 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S1229 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S478 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S5 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S611 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S844 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S863 Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee: Reported Favorably 2/5/2018 Yea
S1014 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S105 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S1136 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S120 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S1248 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S1265 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S131 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S246 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S383 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S414 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S493 Senate Floor: Amend 2/1/2018 Yea
S598 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S721 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S762 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S763 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S767 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S768 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S769 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Other
S770 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S847 Senate Floor: Amend 2/1/2018 Yea
S869 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
S870 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
SCR25 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
SCR80 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
SJR17 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 2/1/2018 Yea
SR1 Senate Floor: Third Reading - Final Passage 1/9/2018 Yea
Role Committee
Detail Chairman Senate Committee on Legislative Oversight
Detail Vice Chair Senate Committee on Budget and Appropriations
Detail Vice Chair Senate Committee on Budget and Appropriations (Budget Hearings Only)
Detail State Committee Member Senate Committee on Community and Urban Affairs
Detail State Committee Member Senate Committee on Judiciary
Name Title Role Description Location Address Phone Email
Alex Velazquez Legislative Aide Research Assistant / Legislative Aide District Office 1 411 Palisades Avenue
Jersey City, NJ. 07307
(201) 721-5263 AVelazquez@njleg.org
BORN-
May 16, 1966
EDUCATION-
Emerson High School
OCCUPATION-
Mayor, Union City
PUBLIC/PARTY SERVICE-
Union City, Mayor 2000-present, Commissioner 1997-98;
Hudson County Board of Freeholders 1998-2004
LEGISLATIVE SERVICE- Senate 2008-present; General Assembly 2004-07