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N.J. lawmaker wants high school students to take the citizenship civics test: The Auditor
Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) plans to introduce a bill that would allow school districts to require seniors to pass for graduation the same 10-question civics test taken by applicants for U.S. citizenship.
GI Go Fund and Assemblyman Troy Singleton Distribute Thousands in Gift Cards to Needy Veterans For Holidays at the Bordentown Armory
GI Go Executive Director Jack Fanous was joined by Assemblyman Troy Singleton and Brigadier General James Grant as they distributed over eighty $50 Visa gift cards to veterans in need
6 N.J. bills that would significantly benefit veterans' lives statewide
The New Jersey Legislature introduced a number of veterans affairs bills this year. Though still pending further legislative action, these measures would significantly benefits veterans and members of the military throughout the state.
Bipartisan Bill to Extend Permit Expiration Dates Advanced by Assembly Panel
An Assembly panel on Monday advanced bipartisan legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Jerry Green, John Burzichelli, Troy Singleton, Gordon Johnson, Patrick Diegnan and Paul Moriarty to extend expiration dates for certain state and local permits.
Singleton soliciting feedback on legislation from 'Citizen Co-Sponsors'
You don’t need to be elected to the New Jersey Legislature to weigh in on some of the key bills being debated in the Statehouse.
Legislative Roundup: Ridesharing bill adds restrictions
Ridesharing companies that enlist drivers to use personal vehicles to transport passengers would have to get a state permit and meet safety requirements under legislation advanced by an Assembly panel Thursday.
Legislation to Promote Donations to ALS Association Becomes Law Legislation to Promote Donations to ALS Association Becomes Law
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Daniel R. Benson, Herb Conaway Jr., Carmelo Garcia, Celeste Riley, Gabriela Mosquera and Ralph Caputo to make it easier for taxpayers to donate to the ALS Association was signed into law today.
NJ ridesharing bill adds restrictions for Uber, Lyft
TRENTON – Ridesharing companies that enlist drivers to use personal vehicles to transport passengers would have to get a state permit and meet safety requirements under legislation advanced by an Assembly panel on Thursday.
Legislation Would Establish ‘Responsible Fatherhood Initiative’
Legislation Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Bonnie Watson Coleman, Pamela Lampitt, Gary Schaer and Benjie Wimberly sponsored to develop a “Responsible Fatherhood Initiative” in New Jersey geared towards strengthening the development of children throughout the state by promoting the positive involvement of both parents in their lives continues advancing.