On June 20th, the New Jersey Senate voted 24-15 to pass S-2937, which undermines collective bargaining and will cost working families hundreds of millions of dollars, while doing nothing to eliminate costly brokers' fees and nothing to ensure competitive bidding for health insurance contracts at the local level.

Three days later the Assembly voted to approve the same bill, A-4133 by a vote of 46-32. 14 Democrats and 32 Republicans voted against it while one Republican did not vote.

Yes Vote:

Republicans (32): Amodeo, Angelini, Bramnick, Bucco, Carroll, Casagrande, Chiusano, Coyle, Dancer, DeCroce, Delany, DiCicco, DiMaio, Gove, Handlin, Holzapfel, Malone, McHose, Munoz, O'Scanlon, Peterson, Polistina, Rible, Rudder, Rumana, Rumpf, Russo, Schroeder, Thompson, Vandervalk, Webber, Wolfe.

Democrats (14): Burzichelli, Conaway, Conners, Coutinho, Fuentes, Greenwald, Lampitt, Milam, Moriarity, Oliver, Riley, Ryan, Spencer, Wilson.

No Vote:

Republicans (0).

Democrats (32): Albano, Barnes, Benson, Caputo, Chivukula, Coughlin, Cryan, DeAngelo, Diegnan, Egan, Evans, Giblin, Green, Gusciora, Jasey, Johnson, Mainor, McKeon, O'Donnell, Pou, Prieto, Quigley, Quijano, Ramos, Schaer, Stender, Tucker, Vainieri Huttle, Voss, Wagner, Watson Coleman, Wisniewski.

The Governor will sign this bill into law on Monday, June27th.