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Bucco/Singleton Bill To Save Jobs, Cut Taxes Clears Senate

Bipartisan legislation sponsored by Senator Anthony Bucco and Senator Troy Singleton that would provide protections for school employees covered by an existing collective bargaining agreement was advanced today by the Senate.

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Greenstein, Singleton Bill Concerning Arbitration For Certain Non-Teaching School Staff Passes Senate

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Linda Greenstein and Senator Troy Singleton, which would provide non-teaching employees of local, county, or regional school districts, as well as boards or commissions the right to dispute disciplinary action through arbitration, passed the Senate today.

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Singleton Introduces Legislation To Keep People In Their Homes During A Public Health State Of Emergency

Trenton – Senator Troy Singleton, Chairman of the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee, introduced legislation today, which would suspend evictions, residential foreclosure processes, and modify the terms of mortgage payments and prohibit rent increases during a statewide public health emergency declared by the Governor.

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Singleton To Be Honored By STFA As Legislator Of The Year

Trenton – Senator Troy Singleton was chosen by the State Troopers Fraternal Association (STFA) to be honored as the 2020 Legislator of the Year. The awards ceremony will be held this June in Old Bridge.

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Explainer: Sick Leave In New Jersey, What The Law Provides

With the effects of the new coronavirus continuing to evolve, here’s a timely review of the state’s law on sick leave

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NJ 'Dark Money' Law Dead: Secret Donors To Remain Secret From The Public

New Jersey voters will likely not be able to see which secret special interests poured thousands into state and local elections anytime soon. A federal judge made permanent a ban on a "dark money" law in a court filing Wednesday, bringing to an end two out of three lawsuits that challenged the law as unconstitutional. 

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Murphy: Most Won’t Have To Pay For Coronavirus Testing

Announcement does not change testing protocol but serves to allay fears that cost could be a factor in who seeks help

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Will NJ’s Resurrected Proposed Plastic, Paper Bag Ban Become Law?

A statewide plastics ban is back to where it was last legislative session: The Senate passed an almost identical bill last week that bans plastic and paper carryout bags and places restrictions on plastic straws and many polystyrene products.

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Coronavirus: NJ Closings, Cancellations, Delays, Schedule Changes

As New Jersey's response to several cases of novel coronavirus evolves, several institutions are changing their plans for group gatherings. Those include some special events like St. Patrick's Day parades, and routine gatherings like those for daily business or school activity.

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You Can’t Be Fired In N.J. For Failing Drug Test Because Of Medical Marijuana, Court Rules

New Jersey’s top court ruled Tuesday that workers can’t be fired for failing a drug test because of medical marijuana.

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