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Driver’s License Test Available At Another N.J. College To Ease Demand At MVC Locations

Teens and other student drivers who’ve been frustrated by a lack of appointments to take driver’s license knowledge tests at a state Motor Vehicle Commission agency will get another chance to make an appointment to be tested at Rowan College this weekend.

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Editorial

Where’s the beef in MVC excuses?

Editorial

To illustrate the point of this editorial, an old joke requires you to think back to when meat was an affordable commodity. It involves two butcher shops and one of their customers, but vegans can play along.

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N.J. senator wants motor vehicle agencies reopened to pre-pandemic service. Can they do it?

Americans are struggling to afford the high cost of healthcare in this country. As many as 24% of New Jersey residents reported that they did not fill a prescription due to cost, and polling shows that 59% of New Jerseyans are concerned about the cost of prescription drugs.

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Singleton Calls on Motor Vehicle Commission to Reopen for All Transactions

MOORESTOWN, NJ  State Senator Troy Singleton is calling on the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) to reopen its agencies for all transactions.

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Motor Vehicle Commission's Mobile Unit Coming to Bordentown Township

BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP, NJ — Senator Troy Singleton, Assemblyman Herb Conaway and Assemblywoman Carol Murphy are bringing the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) straight to you in October. 

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Lead Pipe Removal Speeds Up as Federal Stimulus Dollars Flow

Since 2018, tests have found that scores of homes in Benton Harbor, Michigan, have dangerously high lead levels in their drinking water. With nearly 6,000 known lead service pipes in the city, local officials were left staring at a $30 million problem—a cost many times greater than their annual budget.

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Singleton to Host Volunteer Event at Local Farm to Help Food Insecure Families

FLORENCE, NJ — Senator Troy Singleton is partnering with Farmers Against Hunger for his latest "Serve With Senator Singleton" community service project, and he is looking for volunteers to help. 

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Singleton calls on MVC to reopen facilities

State Sen. Troy Singleton (D-Delran) is calling for the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) to reopen for all transactions, in a sign that politicians of both parties are growing frustrated with the state’s lagging bureaucracy.

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Can't get an appointment at the MVC? NJ Senators suggests solution

Following reports of difficulty getting an appointment with the MVC for a learner’s permits and written tests,  a state senator wants the MVC to make all services available at all branches.


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Opinion

Medication And Health Care Are Expensive. But It Doesn’t Have To Be.

Opinion

Americans are struggling to afford the high cost of healthcare in this country. As many as 24% of New Jersey residents reported that they did not fill a prescription due to cost, and polling shows that 59% of New Jerseyans are concerned about the cost of prescription drugs.

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