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NJ COVID Housing Relief Bill Has Been Stuck Since April. What Would The 'People's Bill' Do?

Homeowners and renters in New Jersey could have more breathing room to pay mortgage and rent bills they weren’t able to cover during the pandemic if a bill under consideration by the state Legislature passes.

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Singleton, Rice Bill To Promote Clean Energy In Overburdened Communities Clears Senate

Trenton – To ensure that underserved communities have equitable access to clean energy, the Senate passed legislation today sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Ronald Rice, which would establish an Office of Clean Energy Equity within the Board of Public Utilities (BPU).

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Singleton-Cryan Bill To Ensure Tenants Can Use Credit Cards To Pay Rent Goes To The Governor

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Joseph Cryan to require landlords to accept credit cards as a form of payment during the COVID-19 pandemic was sent to the Governor today.

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Senate Passes Singleton-Ruiz Bill To Study Underrepresentation Of Minority And Women-Owned Businesses In State Contracts

Trenton – Acting to ensure opportunities fair practices for minority and women-owned businesses, the Senate today approved a bill sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator M. Teresa Ruiz that would require the state Chief Diversity Officer to conduct a study to determine whether disparities exist in the state procurement process.

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Singleton Measure Gives Low Income Families Access To Clean Energy

TRENTON, NJ-- In order to ensure that underserved communities have equitable access to clean energy, the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee passed legislation on Thursday sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton which would establish an Office of Clean Energy Equity within the Board of Public Utilities (BPU).

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Singleton, Rice Bill To Promote Clean Energy In Overburdened Communities Clears Senate Committee

Trenton - In order to ensure that underserved communities have equitable access to clean energy, the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee passed legislation today sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Ronald Rice, which would establish an Office of Clean Energy Equity within the Board of Public Utilities (BPU).

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Regional Leaders Named To Rand Institute Advisory Board At Rutgers University–Camden

Four regional leaders have been named to new roles within the advisory board for the Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers University–Camden.

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'Full-Time Job To Manage Medications': NJ Lawmakers Search For Cure For Rising Drug Costs

New Jersey needs stronger oversight over pharmaceutical drug pricing, officials from AARP New Jersey said Wednesday, hoping to rein in an industry that is an economic powerhouse in the Garden State.

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Turner, Singleton Support Legalization Bill, Push For Greater Social Justice Provisions

Trenton – Following their votes in support of the marijuana legalization enabling legislation, Senator Shirley Turner and Senator Troy Singleton issued the following statement calling upon Senator Nicholas Scutari to include greater social justice protections:

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Madden, Sweeney, Singleton Bill To Protect Interstate Tax Agreement Advances

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Fred Madden, Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Troy Singleton that would require legislative approval before the director of the Division of Taxation can terminate reciprocal personal income tax agreements with other states was approved by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today.

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