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Senator Singleton Calls On Governor, Attorney General To Take Action After USDOJ Ruling On Sports Betting

(MOORESTOWN)—In response to the recent decision by the United States Department of Justice regarding sports betting, Senator Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) last week called on Governor Phil Murphy and Attorney General Gurbir Grewal to take appropriate action to ensure that it does not hinder New Jersey’s sports wagering industry. The text of the letter is below:

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NJ Lawmakers Take First Step To Require 'Dark Money' Groups To Reveal Donors

Legislation to require nonprofit 501(c)4s, super PACs and other similar groups that engage in political activities to disclose their contributors was approved Thursday by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee. The vote was unanimous and marked the first time in three years that the bill advanced from a committee.

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Singleton Bill To Set Standards For Boards Considering Applicants With Criminal History Records Passes Committee

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Nia Gill, which would require certain standards for professional and occupational boards considering applicants with criminal history records, passed the Senate Commerce Committee.

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Senator Singleton To Host Community Service Project At Bordentown Senior Citizens Club

MOORESTOWN, NJ- In time for “National Senior Independence Month,” Senator Troy Singleton will partner with Bordentown Township for his February community service project. The “Serve with Senator Singleton” event will be held on Saturday, February 2 from 10:00 am-12:00 pm at the Senior Citizens Club located at 3 Municipal Drive in Bordentown Township.

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Editorial: Dark Money Groups Need Sunlight

When government does something right, which happens about as frequently as Sunday’s lunar eclipse, we feel obliged to point it out and commend it, if only to remind ourselves that our tax money isn’t being wasted.

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'Dark Money' Bill Would Force Organizations To Disclose Donors

For two and a half years, Sen. Troy Singleton has been pushing a bill to make independent expenditure committees disclose their major donors the way candidates do.

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Ruiz, Greenstein, Singleton Bill Package To Expand Inclusive Apprenticeship Programs Advances

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senator M. Teresa Ruiz, Senator Linda Greenstein and Senator Troy Singleton, which would expand apprenticeship programs, cleared the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today.

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Singleton Bill To Make Information On Homeless Prevention Available Online Passes Committee

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee Chair Troy Singleton, which would require the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) to make information on homeless prevention programs and services available on its website, passed the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee today.

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Singleton-Greenstein Bill Would Set Disclosure Requirements For Independent Advocacy Organizations

Will Provide ‘Greater Transparency Through Heightened Disclosure’

TRENTON – A Senate committee 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 (D-Burlington) and Senator Linda Greenstein (D-Mercer/Middlesex), the bill, S-1500, would require the so-called “527” and “501(c)4” groups to make public their sources of contributions and expenditures.

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NJ Lawmakers Look To Close 'Dark Money' Disclosure Loopholes As Top Democrats Face Flak

New Jersey lawmakers plan to consider a bill Thursday to close loopholes that allow some donors to stay private even while spending heavily to influence political campaigns, ballot questions and policy debates.

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