TRENTON, N.J. – The New Jersey Assembly will take up a resolution on Monday to designate every July 13th “Black Lives Matter Day” in the Garden State.
“This Legislature recognizes the 41 importance of the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States 42 and New Jersey’s communities,” the all-Democrat member sponsored resolution explains.
A companion resolution is pending in the State Senate.
Monday’s Assembly agenda also includes A-744, a bill which would compel state law enforcement agences to disclosed internal affairs files to other agencies in limited circumstances. A-3201 will also be on the board; it rededictesHowell House in Cape May as the “Harriet Tubman Museum in New Jersey.”