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Bill To Help Environmental Justice Communities Released From Committee

The Senate Environment and Energy Committee released Senate Bill 232 on Feb. 21, which concerns environmental permits in burdened communities.

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Singleton, Weinberg Bill To Authorize The DEP To Designate ‘Burdened Communities’ Clears Committee

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg, which would authorize the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to designate an area within a municipality as a “burdened community,” cleared the Senate Environment and Energy Committee.

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Singleton Bill To Ban Declawing Of Cats Clears Committee

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would prohibit surgically declawing cats and other animals, cleared the Senate Environment and Energy Committee today.

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Addiego/Singleton Bill Providing Veteran Tax Exemption To Widowed Spouses Clears Committee

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Dawn Marie Addiego and Senator Troy Singleton, which would make surviving spouses of veterans eligible for the state’s $6,000 income tax exemption for veterans, cleared the Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee today.

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State Starts To Apportion All $60M Affordable-Housing Funds In 2020 Budget

Plan is to put priority on smaller rental or ownership units that typically have ties to community-based groups looking to address local housing-equity issues

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Singleton To Assist With Bordentown City Community Garden For Monthly Service Project

Bordentown City  For his monthly community service event, Senator Troy Singleton announced that he will partner with the Bordentown City Environmental Commission to help prepare their Community Garden for the spring and summer planting seasons. The “Serve with Senator Singleton” event will be held at the Community Garden, which is located next to 30 East Burlington Street, Bordentown City on Saturday, March 28 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

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Guest Opinion: Make 2020 Census Count For NJ And Burlington County

The U.S. Constitution requires that a census of the population must be conducted every 10 years. The census is a count of every individual living in the United States. Information collected provides a breakdown of the gender, race, ethnic and socioeconomic makeup of the nation.

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Addiego/Singleton/Madden Tax Credit For Employers Hiring Employees Under 18 Clears Committee

Trenton –Legislation to help employers that employ workers under the age of 18 offset the costs of the minimum wage increase passed the Senate Labor Committee today.

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Advocates For Residents With Disabilities Applaud Effort To Boost Caregivers’ Earnings

State Senate committee is told that patients are neglected because low-paid workers are in short supply

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Businesses That Hire Teens Could Receive Tax Credits Under NJ Bill

The credits would be equal to the higher wages and payroll taxes for the teen workers brought on by New Jersey’s 2019 minimum wage law, which ramps up the state’s minimum wage to $15 for most employees by Jan. 1, 2024.

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