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Singleton, Cunningham Bill To Assist Homeless Veterans And Veterans At Risk Of Homelessness Advances

TRENTON- Legislation sponsored by Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chair Troy Singleton and Senator Sandra B. Cunningham that would direct the Adjutant General in the Department of Military and Veterans’ Affairs to enter into agreements with entities to fund a portion of the legal services provided to homeless veterans and veterans at risk of homelessness was advanced by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee yesterday.

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Singleton Bill To Allow Freelance Workers To Have Portable Benefits In Between Employment Passes Committee

TRENTON  Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would establish a system for portable benefits for workers who provide services to consumers through contracting agents passed the Senate Labor Committee yesterday.

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Committee Passes Singleton Resolution To Urge US Interior Secretary To Give Rancocas Creek National Water Trail Designation

TRENTON – A Senate Resolution sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that urges the US Secretary of Interior to designate Rancocas Creek as a National Water Trail passed the Senate Environmental and Energy Committee today.

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Legislation Would Give Disabled Veterans Who Rent Tax Credit

Legislation sponsored by Senators Anthony Bucco, R-25th of Boonton, and Troy Singleton, D-7th of Palmyra, to create the credit was advanced by the Senate Military and Veterans Affairs Committee last week with unanimous support and now goes to the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee for consideration.

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New Jersey Ranked 'Most Improved' State For Energy Efficiency

Garden State nabs 18th spot in nationwide analysis, up five places from 2017 assessment.

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The Price Of Health Care Really Is More Expensive In NJ. Here's The Proof.

Hospital admissions in New Jersey declined nearly 20 percent between from 2012 to 2016, a trend that should have made the overall cost of health care cheaper.

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Chesterfield Fire Districts Planning To Merge Next Year

Chesterfield Fire District No. 1 and Fire District No. 2 will merge in February after residents in both districts elect a new five-member Board of Fire Commissioners to govern the new consolidated fire district, as well as a consolidated budget and tax rate, officials said.

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NJ Gets Report Card 'F' For Lack Of Parity In Insurance Coverage Of Mental Health

Advocates give New Jersey — and more than half of other states — a poor grade for failing to support and enforce federal law.

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ROI-NJ Reveals First-Ever Health Care Influencers List

It’s time for our first ROI Influencers Health Care list. It’s just like the old power list we used to put together … well, except that everything has changed.

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Lawmakers Say We Pay Too Much For Prescription Drugs. We Agree | Editorial

A New Jersey lawmaker thinks you're paying too much for Lyrica, a popular medication that treats nerve and muscle pain.

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