Joseph Coniglio

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<!-- Image with unknown copyright status removed: -->Joseph Coniglio (born February 6, 1943)

Coniglio, a former plumber turned politician was the Chairman of the State Government Committee, and also served on the Senate Labor Committee and the Senate Budget & Appropriations Committee. In addition, Coniglio has been convicted of extortion and has been a federal inmate.

As Senator, Coniglio sponsored a number of initiatives which have been signed into law. Reacting to security concerns following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, he sponsored a law requiring background checks for airport employees with access to restricted areas within the airport. He also sponsored measures creating a prostate cancer education and research program and encouraging more individuals to enter the nursing profession by giving them an income tax deduction for up to three years.

In response to escalating violence at youth sporting events nationwide, Coniglio pushed for a bill allowing municipalities and boards of education to establish athletic codes of conduct for behavior at sporting events. Violators of these codes of conduct can be ejected from games and required to participate in anger management programs before being allowed to return.

Coniglio was a prime sponsor of New Jersey's "Do Not Call" list legislation, one of the strongest telemarketing restricting measure in the nation. The law requires telemarketers to subscribe to a "Do Not...
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