Expanding Educational Opportunities

Expanding Educational Opportunities

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Veterans can go from battlefield to the boardroom

Veterans Day comes once a year, but the debt we owe the men and women who served us can't be contained by any single 24-hour period in early November.

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Climate Change And Clean Energy To-Do List For Next Governor

More than two dozen state leaders have prepared a plan to help next administration get right to work cleaning up New Jersey’s environment.

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In The News: To Protect Demoracy, Every Adult In NJ Has To Vote | Editorial

Since 1962, it has been mandatory for Australian citizens 18 years and older to enroll to vote. They also are required to go the polls on Election Day, or to cast their vote by mail.

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In The News: Singleton, Caputo, Jasey, Lagana & Quijano Bill To Revise Requirements For Disclosure Of Security Breaches Heads To Governor's Desk

Legislation Would Require Companies to Notify Consumers When Online Accounts Are Compromised

(TRENTON) - Legislation Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Ralph Caputo, Mila Jasey, Joe Lagana and Annette Quijano sponsored to increase transparency when the security of consumers' personal information is compromised online received final legislative approval Friday and now heads to the governor.

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In The News: Vainieri Huttle, Muoio, Singleton, Caputo & Jasey Bill To Address Chronic Absenteeism In Public Schools Goes To Governor

(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Elizabeth Muoio, Troy Singleton, Ralph Caputo & Mila Jasey to tackle student absenteeism in public schools received final legislative approval Monday and now heads to the governor's desk.

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