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NJ Lawmakers Target New Comcast Fee For Going Over Data Limit
TRENTON — Some state lawmakers are pushing Comcast to drop plans to begin charging internet customers up to $100 a month for exceeding a data threshold, calling it an unnecessary burden when people are working and attending school from home during the pandemic.
Singleton Wants To Help Schools, Small Biz Upgrade Ventilation Systems During Pandemic
TRENTON, NJ – A Senate committee on Thursday approved a bill sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Troy Singleton that would help schools and small businesses in New Jersey upgrade their water and ventilation systems to better protect the health of students, educators, customers and workers.
Senator Singleton Considers The Impact On NJ Of Jan. 6th Sedition At U.S. Capitol
The sponsor of legislation to intensify civics education in New Jersey’s public schools, state Senator Troy Singleton (D-7) addressed the seditious riot by a mob at the United States Capitol on Jan. 6th, and contextualized the country’s and state’s problems going forward.
Senate Panel Advances Bill To Examine Racial Disparities In Public Contract Awards
The Senate State Government Committee unanimously advanced a bill sponsored by State Sen. Ron Rice (D-Newark) that would require state and local governments, school boards and public universities study racial and ethnic disparities in the awarding of public contracts Thursday.
Op-Ed: Urging Speaker Coughlin, Assembly To Pass Vital Clean-Energy Measure
Deployment of solar energy is key to creating a resilient and equitable state. Passing the Clean Energy Equity Act would help