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Singleton Disappointed over Christie Veto of Pension Payment Measure

Assemblyman Troy Singleton expressed his disappointment Monday over Gov. Christies’ veto of legislation he sponsored that would have required the state to apply a $300 million surplus towards a supplemental state appropriation for additional employer contributions to the state pension systems. 

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SPONSORS OF BILL TO STOP SURPRISE OUT-OF-NETWORK MEDICAL COSTS PUSH ON

Legislators involved in effort ask advocates and opponents to submit changes, plan stakeholder meeting at summer’s end

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New Jersey bill would mount traffic cameras on school buses

Since New Jersey’s controversial red light camera program ended seven months ago, the cameras have stopped issuing tickets but have not been removed. Instead, like the Eye of Sauron, they are defeated but are still watching, waiting for their opportunity to regain power.

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Assemblyman Troy Singleton to Chair NJ Walks for TS Honorary Committee

The first NJ Walks for TS advocacy event in South Jersey has a champion in Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-7) who will serve as chair of the event's Honorary Committee.

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New Jersey gives tax breaks to longtime Christie donor

One major Christie donor is also the recipient of millions in tax breaks from the state’s Economic Development Authority.

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After assaults, N.J. lawmaker calls for police protection for child welfare workers

Two state lawmakers concerned about the latest assault on child welfare employees accused the state of failing to protect workers who are "risking their lives to help remove children from grave situations."

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Two N.J. child welfare workers assaulted, injured on job

Two child protection caseworkers were attacked and injured while they were removing a child from a suspected abusive home in Pennsville Township, Salem County on Tuesday, according to state officials.

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NJ Assembly bill would increase corporate tax break transparency

Regular updates on the effectiveness of tax breaks handed out by New Jersey’s Economic Development Authority [1] would appear online if Democratic Assemblyman Troy Singleton’s new bill [2] becomes law.

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BIPARTISAN BILL SEEKS MORE TRANSPARENCY FOR STATE'S TAX-INCENTIVE PROGRAMS

Assemblyman Singleton wants regular reviews detailing the effectiveness of tax breaks to be posted online

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POLITICKERNJ’s 50 Most Powerful Elected Officials: 2015

24. Troy Singleton

One could make a case that the 7th District assemblyman should actually be higher on this list by virtue of his unique political pedigree (he learned the Statehouse from former Speaker Joe Roberts), his political position in the powerful Carpenters Union, his ability to maintain friendships in both his home of South Jersey and up north, LG buzz out of all corners of the state that won’t die, and the likelihood of his running for the 7th District senate seat now held by Senator Allen.

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