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Senate Approves Sarlo-& Singleton ACES Bill To Increase Diversity In Science & Technology Education

Trenton – Students from underserved communities that 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 Senator Paul Sarlo and Senator Troy Singleton that was approved by the Senate today.

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Singleton Bill To Require Reports On Drug Manufacturing And Dispensing Information Clears Committee

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would require pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors to report certain manufacturing and dispensing information, cleared the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee.

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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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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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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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Singleton Resolution Condemns HUD Proposal To Weaken Protections For Homeless Transgender Persons Clears Senate

Trenton – A resolution sponsored by Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee Chair Senator Troy Singleton, which would condemn the US Department of Housing and Urban Development proposal to weaken protections for homeless transgender persons, cleared the Senate today.

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Senate Passes Singleton Bill To Establish Prescription Drug Pricing Disclosure Website

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would require the New Jersey State Board of Pharmacy to establish a prescription drug pricing disclosure website, passes the Senate.

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Senate Passes Singleton, Andrzejczak Bill To Help Some First Responders Receive Health Care Coverage

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senate Community and Urban Affairs Chair Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Bob Andrzejczak, which would permit the inclusion of volunteer firefighters and other emergency responders into the small employer health benefits plan statutes, passed the Senate today.

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Singleton Resolution Condemns HUD Proposal To Weaken Protections For Homeless Transgender Persons Clears Committee

Trenton – A resolution sponsored by Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee Chair Senator Troy Singleton, which would condemn the US Department of Housing and Urban Development proposal to weaken protections for homeless transgender persons, cleared the Senate Urban and Community Affairs Committee today.

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‘Patient Protection Act’ Approved By Senate Committee

Singleton-Sweeney Bill Would Provide Transparency for Out-of-State Transfers and Referrals, Protect Against Surprise Billing

Trenton – Acting to protect patients and their families against unexpected costs for transfers to out-of-state health care facilities, a Senate committee today approved the “Patient Protection Act,” a bill sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senate President Steve Sweeney requiring that patients are informed in advance of financial liabilities and care options.

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