The New Jersey Assembly will hold a full voting session on Thursday and is expected to consider a slew of new legislation. One bill would provide tax credits to New Jersey residents who purchase electric cars, or charging stations. Another legislation attempts to advance reforms to greatly regulate the salaries and benefits enjoyed by employees of state and local authorities. A bill proposed by democratic Assemblyman Jerry Green will disqualify any school board member in the state for a criminal conviction, and require school board members to undergo background checks. And, a bill sponsored by local assemblymen Nelson Albano and Matthew Milam will extend New Jersey’s “lemon laws” to cover farm equipment.