Christie signs bills for veterans aid, Megan's Law changes

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie’s pen received a workout Tuesday as he signed 100 measures into law while also nixing 44.

Among the bills receiving Christie’s signature was one updating Megan’s Law to specify that minors found guilty of sexting would not be placed on the state’s sex offender registry.

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Assemblyman Unveils Much-Anticipated Final Draft of Charter Legislation

Singleton seeks to balance flexibility and accountability in revising 20-year-old law governing alternative schools

A new bill will soon be added to the debate over how – and how much – to revise the state’s nearly 20-year-old charter school law.

State Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) has completed a final draft of the bill, which would create a single authorizing board to review, approve and monitor charter schools, in addition to the state Department of Education.

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Christie vetoes college affordability, domestic violence bills

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie vetoed a pair of high-profile bills that sought to study ways to make college more affordable and to protect domestic violence victims.

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Mixed bag for S. Jersey lawmakers: Police funeral fund gets OK, but college-affordability study rejected

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie on Monday signed into law several bills backed by South Jersey legislators, including a measure that would help cover funeral costs for police officers and others who die in the line of duty.

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Moorestown resident's bill gives youth a voice

MOORESTOWN — He’s a business owner, an elected official, and now, an author of a bill signed into law.

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Wilson, Singleton, Coughlin & Riley Bill to Pay Funeral Expenses for Public Safety Personnel Lost on the Line of Duty Now Law

(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Gilbert "Whip" L. Wilson, Troy Singleton, Craig J. Coughlin and Celeste M. Riley that would make funeral payments for public safety personnel has been signed into law.

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Singleton Disappointed in Christie’s Conditional Veto of “Lisa’s Law”

Assemblyman Troy Singleton expressed disappointment today over Gov. Christie's conditional veto of his legislation to protect victims of domestic abuse, but vowed to work to build consensus to ensure that the law ultimately gets implemented. 

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Chris Christie Endangers Lives of NJ Women with Veto Of Lisa’s Law

Lisa’s Law, a bill aimed to protect victims of domestic abuse, just got ‘traffic studied.’ After a week-long media blitz over possible involvement in the shutdown of the George Washington Bridge, Governor Chris Christie may just want to take shelter.

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Wisniewski, Singleton, Stender & Caride Bill Creating Transportation Infrastructure Bank Gets Final Ok

(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats John Wisniewski, Troy Singleton, Linda Stender and Marlene Caride that would establish a State Transportation Infrastructure Bank to leverage public and private investments for the long-term overhaul of New Jersey's transportation network received final legislative approval from the full Assembly on Monday.

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Singleton, Conaway, Burzichelli Bill to Crack Down on Animal Cruelty Violators & Create Public List of Offenders Gets Final Legislative Ok

Legislation sponsored by Assemblymen Troy Singleton, Herb Conaway, Jr., M.D. and John Burzichelli that would prohibit animal cruelty violators from working in various animal-related industries or from owning a domestic pet received final legislative approval from the General Assembly 70-0 on Monday.

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