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Singleton Bill Designated ‘Moose’s Law’ Passes Committee

Trenton – Legislation, which would prohibit anyone convicted of criminal animal cruelty from owning a domestic animal and from working or volunteering at businesses involving animals, passed the Senate Environment and Energy Committee today. The bill is sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, and is designated as “Moose’s Law” named after a Burlington County dog that was stolen and killed after it was left in a hot car.

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AG: NJ Will License Police Officers, Update Use-Of-Force Policy

The announcements from the New Jersey attorney general come in the wake of days of protests against the death of George Floyd.

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Lawmakers, Freeholders Holding Food Distribution Event Saturday

A free food distribution event is being held Saturday at the Riverside Public Works facility on Monroe Street. Beginning at 10 a.m., county residents who are in need of food during the crisis will be able to drive up to receive emergency boxes without leaving their vehicles.

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N.J.'s Largest Teachers Union Pushing Hard For Vote On Health Care Overhaul

New Jersey’s largest teachers union is putting pressure on the Democratic-controlled Assembly to vote on a plan to overhaul educators’ health insurance plans that has stalled in the lower house.

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Contact Tracing Plan For NJ: What We Know Now

Identifying and tracking all who have come in contact with someone with COVID-19 is critical to New Jersey’s reopening plans

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Bordentown City Vigil: ‘All Lives Cannot Matter, Until Black Lives Matter’

Bordentown City and its surrounding community held a candlelight vigil at the small city’s heart to remember the life of George Floyd, and to show that “all lives cannot matter until black lives matter.”

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Hundreds Take Stand Against Racism At Moorestown Protest

Their goal: raise awareness in a predominantly white town of the police brutality and racial inequality minorities and people of color face in the United States.

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Emergency Food Pickup In Burlington County This Weekend

State, county and local officials will host an emergency food distribution event in Riverside Saturday.

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N.J. Will Track Police Use Of Force, Require Licensing Cops, AG Says As Protests Roil Nation

New Jersey will soon launch a statewide database of police use of force and create a licensing system for police officers amid national protests over police violence, the state’s top law enforcement official said Tuesday.

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School Aid Figures Revised: Pandemic Hit On State Budget

Two-thirds of New Jersey districts will see increases reduced — some drastically — from Murphy’s first budget

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