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The Jan. 6 Insurrection: Accountability and a Reassessment

One year ago today, Americans throughout the country witnessed in real time a violent attack on our nation’s Capitol by a mob of our fellow Americans bent on disrupting the certification process of a duly elected democratic government. It was startling and then shocking to see this unfold as the violent mob, directed explicitly or implicitly by forces who had and continue to stoke a larger anti-democracy movement, ransacked the halls of Congress.

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Singleton Kicks Off 2022 "Serve With Senator Singleton" Initiative With Event At Habitat For Humanity Restore

MAPLE SHADE, NJ– Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Senator Troy Singleton is once again partnering with Habitat for Humanity of Burlington and Mercer Counties for his January community service project. The “Serve with Senator Singleton” event will be held on Monday, January 17, 2022 from 10:00 am-12:00 pm at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore located at 530 Route 38 East in Maple Shade.

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Senator Troy Singleton Appointed Senate Majority Whip

TRENTON, NJ — The incoming President of the New Jersey Senate, Senator Nicholas Scutari, appointed Senator Troy Singleton to the Senate Democratic Leadership team, elevating him as Senate Majority Whip.

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Scutari Selects Singleton To Serve As Senate Majority Whip

TRENTON – Senator Nicholas Scutari, the incoming President of the New Jersey Senate, announced the selection of Senator Troy Singleton to the Senate Democratic Leadership Team, where he will serve as Senate Majority Whip.

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N.J. Schools May Get ‘Test And Stay’ Programs So Kids Don’t Need To Quarantine For COVID, State Says

New Jersey schools may begin piloting new testing programs when schools open again in January that would allow students exposed to COVID-19 to stay in the classroom even if a classmate or teacher tests positive, state officials said.

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Will We Make It To The End Of H.S. Basketball Season? Newest Proposal In Trenton Might Save The Day

It’s been great to be back. High school football in the fall of 2020 had minimal fins, but there were still bands, and it had a good atmosphere. And by Spring, with baseball outdoors, everything felt normal.

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Callahan Nomination Advances Unanimously After Difficult Senate Hearing

Sweeney and Weinberg have harsh words, yes votes for acting State Police superintendent

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NJBIA Supports Bills To Help Small Businesses Recover COVID-19 Costs

NJBIA is supporting several bills before the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee this afternoon that would help small businesses offset some expenses incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic, such as the purchase of health and safety equipment and winterizing outdoor dining areas.

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Atlantic City Casino PILOT Bills Up For Assembly, Senate Vote Monday

A bill to lower what Atlantic City casinos would have to pay in lieu of property taxes for five years will be voted on by both the full Assembly and state Senate Monday.

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Biden Administration Unveils Push For 'Test-To-Stay' Policy To Keep Kids In School

Reducing mandatory quarantines after a Covid exposure would help prevent absenteeism and learning loss that occurs with virtual learning, officials said.

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