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Singleton To Hold Volunteer Clean-Up Event At Alice Paul Institute
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ — State Senator Troy Singleton is partnering with the Alice Paul Institute to host an upcoming "Serve with Senator Singleton" volunteer community service event in Mount Laurel next month.
Camden County Jail Gets Hiring Change To Address 'Dire Need' For Officers
TRENTON - The state Civil Service Commission has approved a hiring change intended to address "a dire need" for corrections officers at Camden County Jail.
Advisory Council Would Target $641M From Opioid Lawsuits To Treatment, Prevention
New Jersey lawmakers are considering legislation that would create a fund and advisory council to decide how to disburse about $641 million the state is expected to reap in lawsuit settlements from pharmaceutical companies atoning for their role in the opioid epidemic.
Singleton Bill Increases Penalties For Threats, Violence On Healthcare Workers
TRENTON, NJ – As violence against health care professionals continues to grow, Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald and Senator Troy Singleton announced on Thursday their plan to introduce legislation to protect healthcare workers.
Harm A Health Care Worker? This Legislation Could Mean Jail Time For Those Who Do
‘Health Care Heroes Violence Prevention Act’ introduced by Greenwald, Singleton welcomed by South Jersey hospital leaders
Legislators Want Stiffer Penalties For Attacks On Health Care Workers
CAMDEN - A proposed state law would stiffen penalties for threats and assaults against health care workers, elected officials said here Thursday.
Law Enforcement Civil Service Prep Sessions To Be Held By Minority & Equality Rights Task Force
MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – The Burlington County Minority and Equality Rights Task Force is partnering with local police departments and the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department and Corrections Department to assist local residents interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement.
Singleton: Shopping Mall Brawl Continues To Show Racial Disparities In Communities
NEW JERSEY — The shopping mall brawl that has gone viral is being seen by New Jersey community leaders — including Senator Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) — as an example that "we have a ways to go" in addressing racial disparities in communities.