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Report: Murphy Seeking 5 Changes To Medical Marijuana Bill

The governor’s office is seeking five major changes to a legislative proposal to expand the state’s medical marijuana program, according to report from NJ Advance Media, as well as a person close to the discussions who requested anonymity.

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Ending Secret 'Dark Money' Political Donations In New Jersey

As millions of dollars in anonymous donations flood statehouses, New Jersey joins other states that have sought to curb the influence of so-called dark-money groups.

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Gov. Phil Murphy, Lawmakers Reach Deal On Dark Money Disclosure

Murphy had conditionally vetoed the measure last month and the deal reached Monday spares him from becoming the first governor in more than 20 years to have their veto overruled.

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Draft Energy Master Plan Maps NJ's Journey To Clean And Green 2050

Unsurprisingly, Murphy administration’s EMP reverses many of the policies of its predecessor, but some environmentalists are calling for even more

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Raft Of Bills Advance To Ease Way For State Health Insurance Exchange

Democratic-led effort to replace federal exchange; insurance and business interests, although generally supportive, have questions

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Sen. Singleton, Asm. Conaway Partner With BCCHC’s Countywide ‘Sticker Shock’ Event To Prevent Underage Drinking

Moorestown, NJ – To discourage and prevent underage drinking, Senator Troy Singleton and Assemblyman Herb Conaway are partnering with the Burlington County Coalition for Healthy Communities (BCCHC) for a countywide “Sticker Shock” event on Saturday, June 15. The “sticker shock” event will take place at four liquor stores throughout Burlington County from 9:30 a.m. through noon.

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New Jersey Avoids Veto Override On PAC Transparency Bill

Gov. Phil Murphy will sign legislation requiring sources of contributions but asks for companion measure

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Senate Approves Singleton, Greenstein Bill Setting Disclosure Requirements For Independent Advocacy Organizations

Reforms Will Provide Greater Transparency to ‘Dark Money’ Groups

TRENTON – The Senate today approved legislation that would require independent advocacy committees to disclose their donors, bringing greater transparency to organizations that work to influence the political process. Sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Linda Greenstein, the bill, S-150, would require the so-called “dark money” groups to make public their expenditures and donors.

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Bill Introduced To Increase Diversity In Science And Technology Education

Students from underserved communities who are underrepresented in STEM fields would be provided with greater educational opportunities to prepare themselves for New Jersey’s innovation economy through a new program created by legislation authored by state Sens. Paul Sarlo, D-36th District, and Troy Singleton, D-45th District.

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Senate Passes Singleton Bill To Expand LAD To Rental Of Certain Housing

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would expand provisions of the Law Against Discrimination (LAD) to the rental of certain non-publicly assisted housing accommodations, passed the Senate today.

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