The Timothy J. Piazza Law that would give New Jersey one of the toughest anti-hazing laws in the country is expected to be signed by Gov. Phil Murphy.

The bill, A-3149/S-84, passed the Senate by 38-0 on June 30, the final legislative hurdle since the Assembly companion passed the lower chamber on May 5 after more than a year of dormancy due to the pandemic and just in time before the Legislature leaves for summer recess. Timothy Piazza died from a fraternity hazing event in Pennsylvania four years ago.

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