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Trump's New Vow To Kill Obamacare Would Force Another 600K N.J. Residents To Go Without Health Insurance

WASHINGTON — The number of New Jerseyans who don’t have health insurance would grow by 595,000 under President Donald Trump’s plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act, according to a new study.

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Senator Singleton To Partner With Riverside Youth Athletic Association For April Service Event

RIVERSIDE, NJ - To elicit community involvement for National Volunteer Month, Senator Troy Singleton will partner with the Riverside Youth Athletic Association (RYAA) to help clean up their baseball fields ahead of the spring season. The monthly “Serve with Senator Singleton” event will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2019 and volunteers are asked to serve along with the Senator from 10:00 am- 12:00 pm at the Whomsley Field located on American Legion Dr. in Riverside.

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Polluters Abuse N.J.'s Poor. New Law Will Give People The Power To Stop Them. | Editorial

The color of your skin or the thickness of your wallet shouldn’t determine your ability to breathe clean air.

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Senate Advances Bill Package To Combat Surge In Foreclosures

Trenton – Today, legislation from the foreclosure bill package sponsored by Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee Chair Troy Singleton, Senator Dawn Marie Addiego, and Senator Steve Oroho, which would tackle the surge in foreclosures and streamline the pending cases, advanced from the Senate.

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Senate Advances Singleton Bill To Fight Discriminatory Housing Policy

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would require real estate licensees to complete courses of study concerning fair housing and housing discrimination, advanced from the Senate today.

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Environmental Justice Legislation

Jill Horner speaks with Senator Troy Singleton, from the NJ State Senate, about Environmental Justice Legislation. Interview recorded 3/20/2019.

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Murphy Announces State To Take Control Of Obamacare Exchange

Governor says move would allow more New Jerseyans get access to better, affordable ACA health insurance

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Governor Murphy Announces New Jersey To Transition To State-Based Exchange

Effort to Advance ACA Infrastructure and Protections in NJ

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Lawmakers Race To OK SALT Cap Workaround For Small Businesses

The cap is likely the most controversial component of the federal tax overhaul approved by the GOP-controlled Congress and President Donald Trump at the end of 2017, as it limits how much residents in high-tax states like New Jersey can write off from their state income and local property taxes.

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SCI Probe Raises Questions About State Oversight Of Hospitals

NJ’s watchdog agency finds complex web of corporate and financial ties in entities connected to three for-profit hospitals in Hudson County

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