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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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Singleton Introduces Bill To Partner With Businesses That Provide Job Training & Work Education To Its Employees

TRENTON – Today Senator Troy Singleton introduced legislation which would provide tax credits against corporate business and gross income taxes for employers that provide job training or work education programs for their employees.

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Sarlo, Singleton, Oroho, Bucco Bill Would Help Small Businesses & Partnerships Preserve Tax Deductibility

TRENTON – Legislation authored by Senators Paul Sarlo (D-Bergen), Troy Singleton (D-Burlington), Steve Oroho (R-Sussex), and Anthony Bucco Sr. (R-Morris) that will preserve the federal deductibility of an estimated $23 billion in state income taxes for small businesses and partnerships was approved by the Senate today.

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Sweeney Endorses Disclosure Requirements For Independent Advocacy Organizations

Will Strengthen Singleton Bill By Extending Disclosure To Advocacy for Legislation & Regulations, Retroactive To January 1, 2018

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Senator Singleton To Partner With Habitat For Humanity For January Community Service Project

Event will be held as a Day of Service in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

MAPLE SHADE, NJ- Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King, Senator Troy Singleton is partnering with Habitat for Humanity for his January community service project. The “Serve with Senator Singleton” event will be held on Monday, January 21, 2019 from 10:00 am-12:00 pm at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore located at 530 Route 38 East in Maple Shade.

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Singleton, Ruiz Bill To Allow For County Homelessness Trust Funds To Be Used During Code Blue Alerts Clears Senate

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator M. Teresa Ruiz, which would allow county homelessness trust funds to be used for Code Blue emergency shelter services, cleared the Senate today.

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Cruz-Perez, Singleton Bill To Prohibit Granting Economic Development Subsidies To Certain Businesses Clears Senate

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senate Economic Growth Committee Chair Nilsa Cruz-Perez and Senator Troy Singleton, which would prohibit awarding certain subsidies to businesses whose repayment of previously awarded loans are more than 24 months overdue, cleared the Senate today.

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Senate Passes Singleton, Cunningham Bill To Assist Homeless Veterans And Veterans At Risk Of Homelessness

TRENTON - Legislation sponsored by Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chair Troy Singleton and Senator Sandra B. Cunningham, which would direct the Department of Military and Veterans’ Affairs to fund a portion of the legal services provided to homeless veterans and veterans at risk of homelessness, was passed by the Senate today.

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Singleton Bill To Help Strengthen Prevailing Wage Clears Senate

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would allow the issuing of stop-work orders for failure to pay the prevailing wage, cleared the Senate today.

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Singleton Bill To Prohibit Persons From Contracting With The State If Barred From Federal Contracts Passed Committee

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would prohibit a person from contracting with the state for public work if they are barred from receiving a federal contract, passed the Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism and Historic Preservation Committee today.

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