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N.J. Quarantines Too Many Students, Lawmaker Says. We Need A ‘Test And Stay’ Policy For Classrooms.

About 3% of New Jersey students were at home quarantining — either because they had COVID-19 or they were exposed to a classmate who tested positive — during the first week of December, according to the state’s latest tracking data from more than 2,200 schools.

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Singleton, Cruz-Perez Legislation To Allow Small Businesses To Deduct Pandemic Related Health & Safety Purchases From Taxes Advances

Trenton – The Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee advanced legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Nilsa Cruz-Perez that would allow owners of small businesses, with 50 or less employees, to deduct purchases made to maintain health and safety compliance for the COVID-19 pandemic from their corporation business and gross income taxes.

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Singleton Distributes 850 New, Winter Coats To Burlington County Children

Moorestown, NJ – In an effort to help Burlington County children stay warm this winter, and as a continuation of his commitment to community service, Senator Troy Singleton announced that he distributed 850 new, winter coats this season.

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850 Coats Distributed In 2 Burlington County Drives

A total of 850 new winter coats were distributed during a pair of recent community coat drives in Burlington County.

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Early Voting Is Here To Stay After '21 Election Chaos — Both Sides Want It

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It seems now as if light years have passed since the New Jersey Republican Party joined the campaign of former President Donald Trump in a lawsuit seeking to halt widespread mail-in voting in the 2020 election.

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Singleton Bill Would Let Small Biz Deduct COVID Health, Safety Purchases From Taxes

TRENTON, NJ – Senators Troy Singleton and Nilsa Cruz-Perez this week introduced legislation that would allow owners of small businesses, with 50 or less employees, to deduct purchases made to maintain health and safety compliance for the COVID-19 pandemic from their corporation business and gross income taxes.

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Singleton Unveils Legislation To Streamline Vote Counting

Bill is similar to DePhillips’, but applies to both early and mail-in votes

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Legislature Weighs Tax Breaks For COVID Expenses, Sale Of NJ Stock

Lawmakers are moving ahead with two tax bills to help offset the costs to businesses for retrofitting their operations because of COVID-19 restrictions, and another creating tax exemptions for the sale of stock in New Jersey companies.

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Lawmakers Make Bipartisan Push On Tenant Tax Relief

Lawmakers are making a bipartisan push to amp up a tax deduction for renters.

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Singleton Bill To Increase Renters' Property Tax Deduction Advances

TRENTON, NJ – In an effort to make renting more affordable, the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee on Monday unanimously advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would increase rent constituting property taxes from 18 percent to 30 percent to deduct from one's gross income tax payments.

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