A bill that seeks to cut the number of unexcused absences New Jersey legislators are allowed before vacating their office will be heard by a Senate committee on Thursday. The bill sponsored by Sen. Tom Kean Jr. would cut the number of unexcused absences to five before a lawmaker’s seat is declared vacant. Lawmakers now are allowed 10 unexplained absences.
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