Expanding Educational Opportunities

Expanding Educational Opportunities

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News In The 7th Legislative District

Learn more about what's happening in the 7th Legislative District

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Citizen Advisory Panel

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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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Community Event Spotlight

Impacting Villages in Africa Ministries 4th Annual Fundraiser Event

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In The News: Officials Stress The Need For Joint Base Overpass At Senate Hearing

Most of the discussion during the hearing Thursday was centered on funding construction of a $15 million overpass on Route 539, which bisects Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in Ocean County, in order to allow large convoys of military vehicles to safely and easily travel beneath the public highway from one side of the sprawling military installation to the other.

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In The News: New Jersey Amends Data Breach Law, Expanding Definition Of Personal Info

New Jersey last week officially passed Bill S-52, which amends its previous data breach notification law.

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Press Releases: Greenstein, Singleton Bill To Require State Agencies To Use A 20-Year Time Horizon To Measure The Effects Of Air-Pollutants Advances

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senate Environment and Energy Committee Vice-Chair Linda Greenstein and Senator Troy Singleton, which would require the state to use a 20-year time horizon and the most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Assessment Report to measure global warming impact of greenhouse gases advanced from the Senate Environment and Energy Committee.

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