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Presumption Bills in Five States Have Seen Little Action

Friday, May 29, 2020 | 469 | 0 | 24 min read

COVID-19 presumption bills in five states have seen little movement in recent weeks, despite vocal support for the measures when they were introduced last month. In New Jersey, S 2380, sponsored by Senate President Stephen Sweeney, passed the state Senate 27-10 on May 14. An identical bill in the Assembly, A 3999, though, has not budged in the Labor Committee. The Assembly sponsor, Assemblyman Thomas Giblin, D-Montclair, asked Thursday that the bill be released from the committee so that the full chamber can consider it, his chief of staff said. The measure would create a presumption that th...

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