Expanding Educational Opportunities

Expanding Educational Opportunities

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News 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: NJ Utilities Resist Push To Give You More Time On Overdue Bills

Utilities are resisting a push by the Legislature to enact a law prohibiting them from disconnecting service until six months beyond the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency, saying it’s enough that they’ve already agreed to a moratorium through mid-March.

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In The News: NJ COVID Housing Relief Bill Has Been Stuck Since April. What Would The 'People's Bill' Do?

Homeowners and renters in New Jersey could have more breathing room to pay mortgage and rent bills they weren’t able to cover during the pandemic if a bill under consideration by the state Legislature passes.

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Press Releases: Singleton, Rice Bill To Promote Clean Energy In Overburdened Communities Clears Senate

Trenton – To ensure that underserved communities have equitable access to clean energy, the Senate passed legislation today sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Ronald Rice, which would establish an Office of Clean Energy Equity within the Board of Public Utilities (BPU).

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