Veterans Day: Thank You For Your Service
Tomorrow, November 11, we celebrate Veterans Day, and many of us will hopefully invoke the accolade: thank you for your service. Our military personnel pay a steep price to serve their fellow citizens. The task of being away from loved ones must be excruciatingly difficult. And they are always in possible harm's way, ready to defend us. However we do it, whether through a verbal comment acknowledging their commitment, attending a veteran's memorial ceremony, or a parade, we should always express our gratitude.
Singleton, BurlCo Commissioners Seek Volunteers To Help Distribute Food Ahead Of Thanksgiving Holiday
Moorestown, NJ – For his monthly “Serve with Senator Singleton” community service project, Senator Troy Singleton will be partnering with the Food Bank of South Jersey and the Burlington County Commissioners to distribute food ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday at the Burlington County Institute of Technology Campus parking lot, 695 Woodlane Road in Westampton on Saturday November 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Eliminating the Curse of Illegal Guns
When we start our day, is there a news update in recent memory that doesn't lead with a story about a shooting where someone is killed or wounded? Unfortunately, these tragedies have become common, and what adds to the havoc, making it even more confounding, is that criminals have obtained many of those guns illegally.
Singleton-Corrado Bill To Assist Homeless Veterans Passes Committee
Trenton – In an effort to combat veteran homelessness in New Jersey, the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee passed legislation today sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Kristin M. Corrado to expand an existing pilot program to authorize grants to purchase and rehabilitate abandoned homes for homeless veterans.
Singleton Bill Package to Address Illegal Firearm Sales Passes Committee
Trenton – In an effort to crack down on illegal gun sales, the Senate Law and Public Safety committee today passed a pair of bills sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton to expand culpability requirements for unlawful firearms trafficking violations.
Singleton Bill To Bolster Pathways To Teaching Advances
Trenton – In an effort to broaden the educator workforce, the Senate Education Committee approved legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton which would create a pathway to teaching for veterans in the state.
Singleton Bill To Increase Minimum Medicaid Reimbursement Rate For Ambulance Transportation Services Passes Committee
Trenton – In an effort to support emergency ambulance services, the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee today advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton which would establish a minimum Medicaid reimbursement rate of $200 for basic life support emergency ambulance transportation services.