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Addiego, Singleton Bill To Allow Child Care Services Access To Public School Property Passes Senate

Teddy Bear Academy Legislation Advances

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Dawn Addiego and Senator Troy Singleton, which would permit the use of public schools and school district property for certain child care services for children younger than school age, passed the Senate today.

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Sweeney Holds Town Hall On Fiscal Reforms At Rowan In Burlington

Singleton & Addiego Join In Public Forum on ‘Path To Progress’

Mount Laurel – Speaking at a Town Hall meeting at Rowan College at Burlington County this evening, Senate President Steve Sweeney emphasized the need to confront the state’s mounting fiscal problems and warned that New Jersey won’t be able to make critical investments in education, transportation, higher education and social services unless it enacts major structural reforms to address the looming budget crisis fueled by runaway pension and benefit costs.

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Sweeney, Singleton & Addiego Tour The Virtua Samson Cancer Center

Moorestown, NJ – Senate President Steve Sweeney was joined by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Dawn Marie Addiego today on a tour of the Virtua Samson Cancer Center in Moorestown.

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Singleton Bill To Fight Discriminatory Housing Policy Advances From Committee

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would require real estate licensees to complete courses of study concerning fair housing and housing discrimination, advanced from the Senate Commerce Committee today.

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Committee Passes Singleton, Rice, Oroho Bills To Help Homeowners With Mortgages

Trenton – Two pieces of legislation sponsored by Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee Chair Troy Singleton, Senator Ronald L. Rice, and Senator Steve Oroho, which would codify the Judiciary’s Foreclosure Mediation Program and the “Mortgage Servicers Licensing Act”, were passed by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today.

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Singleton Bills To Help Disabled Students In Private Schools Clears Committee

Trenton – Two pieces of legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would help students with disabilities at private schools, cleared the Senate Education Committee today.

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Turner, Singleton Bill To Pilot Restorative Justice Programs In Schools Clears Committee

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Shirley K. Turner and Senator Troy Singleton, which would establish the “Restorative Justice in Education Pilot Program,” cleared the Senate Education Committee today.

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Senate Advances Bill Package Promoting Awareness Of Food Waste And Hunger

Trenton – A bill package sponsored by Senator Bob Smith, Senator Troy Singleton, Senator Richard Codey, Senator James Beach, Senator Nilsa Cruz-Perez, Senator Vin Gopal, Senator M. Teresa Ruiz, Senator Sandra B. Cunningham, Senator Joseph Cryan, and Senator Linda Greenstein, which would promote awareness of food waste and hunger, advanced from the Senate.

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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 (D-Burlington) and Senator Linda Greenstein (D-Mercer/Middlesex), the bill, S-1500, would require the so-called “dark money” groups to make public their expenditures and donors.

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Senate Advances Lagana, Singleton, Turner Retirement Savings Plan

‘Secure Choice’ Would Provide Private Sector Employees Means for Retirement Security

Trenton – Private sector employees would be provided a means to save for retirement under the terms of legislation sponsored by Senator Joseph Lagana, Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Shirley Turner. The bill advanced from the Senate today.

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