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Singleton: Invest In NJ’s Unemployment System Now To Address Claims Backlog

Trenton– State Senator Troy Singleton today issued the following statement regarding the State’s backlog of unemployment claims:

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Over 1 Million NJ Workers Filed For Unemployment Since The Start Of Coronavirus Closures

More than 1 million New Jersey workers filed for unemployment insurance over the course of two months since the state ordered business closures and a stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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Singleton Introduces Legislation To Ease Financial Burdens On Local Governments During COVID-19

Proposal allows counties, municipalities to borrow to cover shortfalls resulting from pandemic through issuance of ‘coronavirus relief bonds’

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Here’s Why Murphy’s Reopening Plan Will Take So Long — And Why The Risk May Still Be Too Great

The promise was considerable and understandably greeted with excitement from a cooped-up public. Ahead of last week, Gov. Phil Murphy promised to lay out to New Jersey residents — at that point more than a month into a statewide lockdown — how the state would get to a point it could safely be reopened.

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Use Federal Funds For Essential Workers, Sen. Singleton Urges

​State Sen. Troy Singleton wants to see some of the federal money New Jersey will receive used to help essential workers.

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Don’t Rush Reopening Economy, Voters Say In Poll That Favors Governors Over Trump

Preventing the spread of the coronavirus should be the priority over preventing an extended economic downturn, according to a poll released Tuesday.

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Testing Ramps Up In Advance Of New Jersey Reopening

Murphy administration wants to focus first on residential facilities and vulnerable communities that have paid particularly high price in COVID-19 deaths

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Decision To Close Schools Brings Issues About Remote Learning To Fore

Graduation, special ed, summer school — and the all-too-familiar technology gap — are just a few of challenges that remain unresolved

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Sweeney And Senate Colleagues Offer Murphy’s Economic Commission Strategic Ideas To Support Economic Comeback

Trenton – Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senators Paul Sarlo, M. Teresa Ruiz, Steve Oroho, Declan O’Scanlon and Troy Singleton issued the following joint statement today offering Governor Murphy’s Economic Commission a plan to continue the public safety measures needed to counter the COVID-19 crisis and to offer some strategic steps to guide the reopening of New Jersey’s economy.

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Murphy Gives Local Officials Option To Push Back Property-Tax Deadline

Governor gives cities, towns ability to lengthen grace period by a month to June 1, but concerns already being raised about next payment deadline on August 1

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