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Court Rules N.J. Can’t Release Names Of Disciplined Police Officers, At Least For Now

A New Jersey appeals court has temporarily blocked the public disclosure of the names of state police troopers and local and county police officers sanctioned for disciplinary violations, placing in limbo a reform sought by New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal.

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Does Uptick In COVID-19 Transmission Rate Mean Murphy Will Slow Down Recovery?

Answering that question means assessing how closely residents are still following social-distancing policies, viral visitors from other states and the ‘knucklehead’ factor

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NJ Senate OKs Burlington County-Inspired Moose’s Law To Protect Animals

Moose’s Law, named after a Burlington County dog who was lured away from home by an animal trainer and died after being left in a hot car, passed the state Senate unanimously on June 29.

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After Passing A Stopgap Budget, Gov. Phil Murphy And Lawmakers Must Find Billions By October

With more than $2 billion in funding obligations deferred until October, what now — tax hikes, spending cuts?

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Backlog Of Complaints Raises Questions About NJ’s Ability To Inspect Long-Term Care Facilities

Even before COVID-19, complaints piled up of challenging conditions, inadequate care, insufficient staff

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NJ Senate Bill Helps Environmental-Justice Communities Block Further Pollution

Measure, which won early support from governor, allows overburdened communities to consider cumulative effect of pollution when another ‘dirty’ project is proposed

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Singleton Bill Assisting Ex-Offenders In Finding Employment Clears The Senate

Trenton – Legislation that would help former offenders enter the workforce cleared the Senate today. The bill is sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton.

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‘Moose’s Law’ Approved By The Senate

Trenton – Legislation that would prohibit anyone convicted of criminal animal cruelty from owning a domestic animal and from working or volunteering at businesses involving animals, was approved by the Senate today. Nicknamed “Moose’s Law, after a Burlington County dog that was stolen and killed after being left in a hot car, is sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Christopher Bateman.

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Senate Advances Singleton, Weinberg Environmental Justice Bill

Trenton – The Senate advanced legislation today that authorizes the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to evaluate the environmental and public health impacts of certain polluting facilities on “overburdened communities” when reviewing permit applications. The bill is sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) and Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-Bergen.)

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Singleton, Weinberg Environmental Justice Bill Advances From Budget Committee

Trenton – Legislation is advancing that authorizes the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to evaluate the environmental and public health impacts of certain polluting facilities on “overburdened communities” when reviewing permit applications. The bill, which passed the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today, is sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) and Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-Bergen.)

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