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Singleton's 'Food Truck Friday' Tour Provides 1,150 Meals To Families

MOORESTOWN, NJ -- Earlier this summer, Senator Troy Singleton rolled out his "Food Truck Fridays" program as part of his ongoing commitment to address food insecurity. In just the few months, 1,150 meals have been provided to children and families in need throughout Burlington County.

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NJ Lawmakers Say Uniformed Patrol Officers Must Wear Body Cameras

Uniformed patrol officers in New Jersey would be required to wear body cameras under a bill state lawmakers sent to Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday.

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Bucco/Singleton Measure Cutting Taxes, Saving Jobs Moves To Governor’s Desk

TRENTON – 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 has passed both houses of the Legislature and now awaits consideration by the Governor.

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Landmark Bill To Protect Poor Communities From Pollution Just Passed N.J. Legislature

New Jersey lawmakers have passed major new environmental protections for low-income communities.

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Singleton Statement On The Passage Of S-232, Environmental Justice Legislation

Trenton – Senator Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) issued the following statement today regarding the passage of the environmental justice legislation, S-232:

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NJ Legislature Passes Landmark Environmental Justice Bill To Protect Minority Communities

It will be harder to build or expand projects that produce a heavy amount of pollution in low-income and minority communities in New Jersey under a landmark environmental justice bill passed by the state Legislature on Thursday.

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Communities Would Get Power To Block Polluters

Gov. Phil Murphy now has final say on bill sought by environmental-justice advocates for decades

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Singleton, Scutari Bill To Allocate $50 Million To Expedite Unemployment Claims Passes Senate

Trenton - Legislation aimed at improving the turnaround time for unemployment claims at the Department of Labor and Workforce Development (DOLWD) passed the Senate today. The bill would allocate $50 million in federal funding to increase processing capacity, and is sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Nicholas Scutari.

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Election 2020: Making Sure Your Vote Will Count

State officials move forward with plans for an election that’s mostly vote by mail, even as GOP challenge is still pending in federal court

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Vote-by-mail: NJ Lawmakers Push Raft Of Measures To Make It Easier — And Make Sure Votes Count

A New Jersey Senate committee on Thursday approved seven measures designed to improve the ability of people to vote — and ensure their votes count — during this year’s presidential election amid the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

Discussion during the two-hour hearing by the Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism and Historic Preservation Committee amplified the complexities of conducting a mostly vote-by-mail election in a state with 6.2 million registered voters who have only begun to embrace mail-in balloting in substantial numbers in recent years.

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