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Healthcare Policy in NJ: The Biggest Issues to Watch in the Year Ahead

Medicaid changes, Supreme Court‘s ACA decision, state health costs are at top of agenda for 2015

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Our civic duty

When people from other parts of the world become US citizens, they have to pass a test that includes questions about how our system of government works. Why shouldn’t native-born Americans have to know the same?

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Legislative roundup: Construction permit extensions approved

With the economic downturn knocking the wind out of the real estate and construction industries, commercial and residential developers faced an uncertain future.

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Fundraiser will help bone marrow transplant patients

Every January, the family plans to hold a fundraiser for the Siani Strong Foundation, which they formed to provide financial assistance to families of adolescent bone marrow transplant patients at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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N.J. lawmaker wants high school students to take the citizenship civics test: The Auditor

Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) plans to introduce a bill that would allow school districts to require seniors to pass for graduation the same 10-question civics test taken by applicants for U.S. citizenship.

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GI Go Fund and Assemblyman Troy Singleton Distribute Thousands in Gift Cards to Needy Veterans For Holidays at the Bordentown Armory

GI Go Executive Director Jack Fanous was joined by Assemblyman Troy Singleton and Brigadier General James Grant as they distributed over eighty $50 Visa gift cards to veterans in need

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6 N.J. bills that would significantly benefit veterans' lives statewide

The New Jersey Legislature introduced a number of veterans affairs bills this year. Though still pending further legislative action, these measures would significantly benefits veterans and members of the military throughout the state.

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Assemblyman offers another way to fulfill our civic duty

“Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.” — John F. Kennedy

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Bipartisan Bill to Extend Permit Expiration Dates Advanced by Assembly Panel

An Assembly panel on Monday advanced bipartisan legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Jerry Green, John Burzichelli, Troy Singleton, Gordon Johnson, Patrick Diegnan and Paul Moriarty to extend expiration dates for certain state and local permits.

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Singleton soliciting feedback on legislation from 'Citizen Co-Sponsors'

You don’t need to be elected to the New Jersey Legislature to weigh in on some of the key bills being debated in the Statehouse.

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