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Sumter Becomes First Woman Chair Of NJ Legislative Black Caucus
The New Jersey Legislative Black Caucus (NJ LBC) held a virtual election for the 2021-22 NJ LBC leadership team, selecting an uncontested slate with the confidence of the full body of the caucus and endorsement of Senator Ron Rice.
Introducing The Chamber Of Progress: A New Industry Coalition Promoting Technology's Progressive Future
WASHINGTON, March 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Technology plays a huge role in Americans' daily lives -- and important questions loom about how to best ensure that all Americans will benefit from high-tech advancements, and whether the tech industry operates fairly and responsibly.
Commissioners To Distribute Food With Women’s Advisory Council And Senators Singleton And Addiego
Burlington County will continue to distribute free food to county households this weekend with help from members of the Burlington County Women’s Advisory Council and New Jersey Senators Troy Singleton and Dawn Marie Addiego.
Hundreds Of Growing Business Leaders Gather For NJ Cannabis Insider Conference
After years of politically-driven delays and prolonged court battles, more than 500 cannabis entrepreneurs virtually gathered earlier this week to imagine what a multi-billion-dollar industry could mean for patients and the New Jersey economy.
Business Report: Pandemic’s Economic Impact, Supporting Minority Businesses, Protecting NJ’s Beaches
Sen. Troy Singleton introduced legislation that would provide financial and other support to minority-owned businesses
DOT Holding Virtual Information Center On Congested Area Intersection
FLORENCE, NJ – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) will be holding a virtual Public Information Center (PIC) throughout the month of March to provide residents, officials and the business community with information regarding proposed intersection improvements at Route 130 and Delaware Avenue/Florence-Columbus Road (CR-656) in Florence, according to an NJDOT document released by State Senator Troy Singleton’s office.
County-By-County Reopening Bill — One Business Community Desperately Wants — Scheduled For Assembly Vote Today
The argument — making the case to reopen New Jersey’s economy on a county-by-county basis — is easy to understand.
Hospitals Can Keep Non-Profit Status But Must Pay NJ Towns An Annual Fee
CAMDEN, NJ — Hospitals in New Jersey will be able to keep their non-profit status as long as they make a yearly contribution to their municipalities, under a new law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy recently.