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.Read more
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.Read more
Singleton, Wimberly, Chiaravalloti & Mukherji Bill To Crack Down On Drivers Who Illegally Pass School Buses Heads To Governor
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Benjie Wimberly, Nicholas Chiaravalloti and Raj Mukherji instituting a school bus monitoring system to crack down on drivers trying to illegally pass buses gained final legislative approval from the General Assembly on Monday.Read more
Legislation Would Eliminate Discrepancy Between State, Federal Definition of "Veteran"
(TRENTON) Legislation Assembly Democrats Herb Conaway, Paul Moriarty, Cleopatra Tucker and Troy Singleton sponsored to help more veterans secure employment in New Jersey was approved Monday by the General Assembly.Read more
Singleton & Schaer Legislation To Conduct Pension System ‘Stress Tests,’ Monitor Investment Management Fees Signed Into Law
Legislation sponsored by Assemblymen Troy Singleton and Gary Schaer to monitor the long-term health of the state's numerous public employee pension systems and track fees paid to outside investment managers was signed into law on Monday.Read more
In its recent report, New Jersey Future argues that smart growth makes the most economic sense
The election of a new governor is a time when organizations of all sorts look to regroup and re-examine their priorities, set new goals, and determine how to best direct their efforts to try to achieve their aims. For some, the new administration’s priorities align with their own and success may be relatively easy. For others, it may be impossible to achieve goals that run counter to the new governor’s.
Some experts argue that New Jersey should consider rate setting to stabilize costs and create a more sustainable system
Protecting, or even expanding, access to healthcare has become a public priority in recent years, forcing policymakers to grapple with a number of complex factors, including a vexing and dependable trend: the growing cost of care itself.
Singleton, Tucker, Lampitt, Johnson & Danielsen Bill To Establish Pilot Program To Help Vets Modify Homes Goes To Governor
(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Cleopatra Tucker, Pamela Lampitt, Gordon Johnson and Joseph Danielsen to assist with the cost of housing modification for veterans was approved 37-0 Monday by the Senate, giving it final legislative approval.Read more
Singleton & Schaer Legislation To Conduct Pension System ‘Stress Tests,’ Monitor Investment Management Fees Heads To Governor
Legislation sponsored by Assemblymen Troy Singleton and Gary Schaer to monitor the long-term health of the state's numerous public employee pension systems and track fees paid to outside investment managers is headed to the governor's desk after receiving final legislative approval from the Senate on Monday.Read more
Lagana, Singleton, Moriarty, Sumter, Houghtaling & McKnight Bill Offering Property Tax Relief For Senior Volunteers Clears Assembly
(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Joseph Lagana, Troy Singleton, Paul Moriarty, Shavonda Sumter, Eric Houghtaling and Angela McKnight to help senior residents cut their property tax bills though volunteerism was approved Thursday by the full Assembly, 73-0.Read more