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Singleton Bill: Forgiven PPP Loans Would Not Be Taxed By State

State Sen. Troy Singleton said small businesses fortunate enough to have their vital Paycheck Protection Program loans forgiven should not have those loans by subject to the New Jersey gross income tax.

 

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Murphy Says Vacant Mall Anchor A Prime Spot For COVID Vaccine Site

MOORESTOWN — Gov. Phil Murphy called the former Lord & Taylor anchor store an ideal location for COVID-19 vaccinations.

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Murphy Tours Moorestown 'Megasite;' Singleton Gets Vaccine

While touring the COVID-19 vaccine "megasite" at the Moorestown Mall on Friday, Sen. Troy Singleton got his first dose.

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NJ Lawmakers Target New Comcast Fee For Going Over Data Limit

TRENTON — Some state lawmakers are pushing Comcast to drop plans to begin charging internet customers up to $100 a month for exceeding a data threshold, calling it an unnecessary burden when people are working and attending school from home during the pandemic.

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Singleton Bill To Protect Small Businesses That Received PPP Loans Advances

Trenton – In an effort to protect small businesses from additional taxes on their federal PPP loans, legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton would ensure forgiven loans are not subject to the New Jersey gross income tax. The bill advanced from the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today.

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‘Laura Wooten’s Law’ Requiring Civics in Middle School Clears Committee

Trenton – In an effort to ensure students are receiving adequate civics and government education, the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today advanced legislation sponsored by Senators Shirley Turner, Troy Singleton, M. Teresa Ruiz, and Linda Greenstein, which would require civics instruction in middle school.

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Burlington Lawmakers To Comcast: Cut The Data Cap

MOORESTOWN, NJ – Senator Troy Singleton and Assemblymembers Herb Conaway and Carol Murphy are urging Comcast to reconsider a plan to impose a 1.2 terabyte (TB) data limit in our region.

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COVID-19 Vaccines: How NJ Tries To Juggle Supply And Demand

There are many COVID-19 vaccination sites in New Jersey, but not enough vaccine supplies

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Black Americans Are Getting Vaccinated At Lower Rates Than White Americans

About 3 percent of Americans have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine so far.

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Singleton Wants To Help Schools, Small Biz Upgrade Ventilation Systems During Pandemic

TRENTON, NJ – A Senate committee on Thursday approved a bill sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Troy Singleton that would help schools and small businesses in New Jersey upgrade their water and ventilation systems to better protect the health of students, educators, customers and workers.

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