ASSEMBLY HOSTS BUSY DAY INCLUDING BILL REGARDING "SEXTING"

Assembly committees on Monday will consider legislation to require advance employee notice for mass layoffs, and to create an educational program rather than prosecution for juveniles charged with sexting.

– The Assembly Labor Committee will meet to consider legislation sponsored after the Charlie Brown’s restaurant chain went bankrupt and suddenly left 1,900 New Jersey workers unemployed overnight without notice. The bill (A-3583) revises state law to require franchisors or holding companies to provide 60 days notice of closing and mass layoffs.

– The Assembly Judiciary Committee will consider legislation to create an educational program intended as an alternative to prosecution for juveniles who are charged with a criminal offense for posting sexually suggestive or sexually explicit photographs, usually on the Internet.

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