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Wednesday Winners (& Losers)

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A weekly roundup of good deeds, missteps, heroic feats and epic failures in tri-state transportation news.

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Route 130's outdated design makes it dangerous

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Since 2009, there have been 15 pedestrian fatalities on Route 130 in Burlington County, New Jersey’s most dangerous road, and on April 8, yet another pedestrian was struck. Burlington County officials recently announced their intent to apply for grants to increase road safety education and enforcement efforts along Route 130, surely a step in the right direction. But in addition to education and enforcement, the physical design of the roadway must change if there is to be any meaningful improvement.

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Singleton, Burzichelli, Lampitt, Watson Coleman & Wilson Bill to Help Ensure Actual Farmers Benefit from State Farmland Assessment Program Becomes Law

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(TRENTON) - Legislation Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, John Burzichelli, Pamela Lampitt, Bonnie Watson Coleman and Gilbert "Whip" Wilson sponsored to revise the state's farmland assessment standards to ensure only actual farmers receive the benefit was signed into law today.

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Quijano, Ramos, Singleton, Jimenez & Watson Coleman "Anti-Big Brother Act" Signed Into Law

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Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Annette Quijano, Ruben Ramos, Jr., Troy Singleton, Angelica Jimenez and Bonnie Watson Coleman to protect student privacy by increasing awareness of technology that can record and monitor their activities has been signed into law.

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Lawmakers tout tax incentives during Burlington Coat Factory groundbreaking

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FLORENCE — Burlington Coat Factories executives and state lawmakers wielded golden shovels Friday as they broke ground on a new 215,000-square-foot corporate headquarters to rise next to the retailer’s current building and warehouse off Route 130.

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NJ gun restrictions await action by Senate

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New Jersey lawmakers have proposed similar gun control measures to those signed into law in Connecticut Thursday, but their progress through the state Legislature appears to have slowed.

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Requiring Home Inspectors to Pass a Background Check Will Provide Added Safety

Assemblyman Troy Singleton and Herb Conaway, Jr., M.D. recently sponsored legislation requiring any person licensed, or attempting to receive licensing, in order to conduct property assessments, to receive an extensive criminal history check before beginning employment. This legislation was approved by an assembly board soon after.

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Singleton, Giblin, Benson & Quijano 'Helmets to Hardhats' Bill Establishing Pilot Program Now Law

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(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Thomas Giblin, Daniel Benson and Annette Quijano that would help out-of-work former military personnel find jobs in the construction industry has been signed into law.

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NJ Assembly approves Moose's Law

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TRENTON — Moose’s Law was approved Thursday by the New Jersey Assembly, bringing it one step closer to adoption.

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Assembly Approves Singleton, Conaway, Burzichelli Bill to Crack Down on Animal Cruelty Violators & Create Public List of Offenders

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The General Assembly on Thursday approved legislation sponsored by Assemblymen Troy Singleton, Herb Conaway, Jr., M.D. and John Burzichelli, known as "Moose's Law," that would bar animal cruelty violators from working in various animal-related industries or from owning a domestic pet.

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