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Singleton & Oroho Bill To Require Contractors To Register Under 'The Public Works Contractor Registration Act' Advances

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would require contractors to register under “The Public Works Contractor Registration Act,” was passed by the Senate Labor Committee yesterday.

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Singleton Bill To Ban Styrofoam Food Containers From Public Schools And Public Universities Advances

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would prohibit the sale of food and beverages in Styrofoam food containers by public schools and public institutions of higher education advanced from the Senate Environment and Energy Committee today.

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Vitale, Singleton Bill To Enter NJ Nurses In Multistate Licensure Compact Advances

TRENTON – A bill sponsored by Senator Joseph F. Vitale and Senator Troy Singleton that would enter New Jersey in the enhanced multistate Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) was approved today by the Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee.

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Singleton Bill To Establish Pilot Program To Assist Unemployed And Underemployed Individuals Advances

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would direct the Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development to establish a pilot program to assist certain unemployed and underemployed individuals to complete a career and technical education certificate program in 12 months advanced from the Senate Labor Committee yesterday.

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Madden & Singleton Bill To Establish A Talent Network Program Advances

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senate Labor Chair Fred H. Madden, Jr. and Senator Troy Singleton that would establish a Talent Network Program in the Department of Labor and Workforce Development was passed by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee yesterday.

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Singleton, Diegnan, Beach Bill That Expands Civil Service Preference Benefits To Veterans And Disabled Veterans Advances

TRENTON – A committee substitute bill sponsored by Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Troy Singleton, Senator Patrick J. Diegnan and Senator James Beach that would provide some individuals who do not meet the definition of a disabled veteran or veteran under current law to be entitled to Civil Service preference benefits advanced from the Senate Military and Veterans Affairs Committee yesterday.

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Singleton Resolution Expressing Opposition To President Trump's Decision To Ban Transgender Individuals From Military Service Advances

TRENTON – A resolution sponsored by Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Troy Singleton that expresses opposition to President Donald Trump’s decision to prohibit individuals who are transgender from being able to serve in the military passed the Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee today.

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Singleton Joint Resolution To Urge Congress To Support Veterans Access To Federal Food Assistance Programs Advances

TRENTON – A joint resolution sponsored by Senate Military and Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Troy Singleton that urges Congress to pass the “Military Hunger Prevention Act” was approved by the Senate Military and Veterans Affairs committee today.

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Cruz-Perez & Singleton Bill To Require Community Benefits Agreements Advances

TRENTON- Legislation sponsored by Senate Economic Growth Committee Chair Nilsa Cruz-Perez and Senate Economic Growth Vice Chair Troy Singleton that would authorize political subdivisions to require recipients of economic development incentives to enter into community benefits agreements was passed by the Senate Economic Growth Committee today.

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Singleton Bill To Assist Homeless Veterans And Veterans At Risk Of Homelessness Advances

TRENTON- Legislation sponsored by Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chair Troy Singleton that would direct the Adjutant General in the Department of Military and Veterans’ Affairs to enter into agreements with entities to fund a portion of the legal services provided to homeless veterans and veterans at risk of homelessness was passed by the Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee today.

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