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Addiego/Singleton/Madden Tax Credit For Employers Hiring Employees Under 18 Clears Committee

Trenton –Legislation to help employers that employ workers under the age of 18 offset the costs of the minimum wage increase passed the Senate Labor Committee today.

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Advocates For Residents With Disabilities Applaud Effort To Boost Caregivers’ Earnings

State Senate committee is told that patients are neglected because low-paid workers are in short supply

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Businesses That Hire Teens Could Receive Tax Credits Under NJ Bill

The credits would be equal to the higher wages and payroll taxes for the teen workers brought on by New Jersey’s 2019 minimum wage law, which ramps up the state’s minimum wage to $15 for most employees by Jan. 1, 2024.

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State Watchdog Group Hopes To Take Bite Out Of Costly Local-Government Benefits

Decade after State Commission of Investigation reported on local-government policies that can increase burden on taxpayers, its new report reveals many of the same problems

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Voter Registration Drive For New Jerseyans On Parole And Probation

A campaign is being undertaken to register all those who will now be eligible to vote

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Smart Meters Come To NJ, A Key To Achieving Complete Clean Energy By 2050

Smart meters and advanced metering can help consumers tame energy use and make utilities far more responsive to brownouts and outages

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

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senate Education Committee Vice Chair Senator Shirley Turner, Senator Troy Singleton, Senate Education Committee Chair Senator M. Teresa Ruiz, and Senator Linda Greenstein, which would require civics instruction in middle school, cleared the Senate Education Committee.

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Oroho/Singleton Bill To Strengthen Labor Law Enforcement Clears Senate Committee

Bipartisan legislation targeting illegal labor practices, sponsored by Senator Steve Oroho and Senator Troy Singleton, cleared the Senate Labor Committee.

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Singleton Bill To Encourage Construction Of Affordable Housing In High-Opportunity Areas Passes Committee

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee Chair Senator Troy Singleton, which would require the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (NJHMFA) to allocate a certain portion of federal low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) to certain high-opportunity areas, passed the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee.

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Singleton Bill To Allow Freelance Workers To Have Portable Benefits In Between Employment Passes Committee

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would establish a system for portable benefits for workers who provide services to consumers through contracting agents, passed the Senate Labor Committee today.

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