Assembly Panel Advances Democratic Measure to Ensure More Comprehensive Early Detection for Breast Cancer
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Daniel Benson, Gordon Johnson, Pamela Lampitt, Annette Quijano and Valerie Vainieri Huttle to provide more comprehensive early detection for breast cancer was advanced by an Assembly panel on Monday.
Assembly panel approves bill mandating insurance cover ultrasound breast exams
TRENTON — Insurance companies would be required to pay the cost of an ultrasound for women with a high-risk of breast cancer under a bipartisan bill the Assembly Appropriations Committee approved today.
Burlington County lawmakers aim to make roads safer for pedestrians
Two legislators from Burlington County want to increase pedestrian safety on troubled roads such as Route 130 with stiffer traffic fines and increased funding for enforcement and safety programs.
Lawmakers introduce bills to improve pedestrian safety
Two Burlington County legislators believe they have a possible solution for notoriously dangerous Route 130 and other roads with high pedestrian death tolls.
Singleton & Conaway Put Forth Ambitious Plan to Boost Pedestrian Safety along Dangerous Corridors
Assemblymen Troy Singleton and Herb Conaway, Jr. M.D. (both D-Burlington) have introduced an ambitious three-bill package to boost pedestrian safety throughout the state, particularly in Burlington County where Route 130, considered the state's most dangerous corridor, is located.
Singleton Continues Efforts to Address Impact of Foreclosure Crisis with New Bill to Clean Up Abandoned, Vacant Properties
As part of his continued efforts to address the impact of the foreclosure crisis in New Jersey, Assemblyman Troy Singleton has introduced legislation to help minimize neighborhood eyesores and public safety issues resulting from vacant and abandoned properties.
Singleton, Conaway & Wagner Measure Requiring Home Inspectors to Undergo Criminal Background Checks Approved by Assembly
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Herb Conaway, Jr., M.D. and Connie Wagner that would require anyone licensed to conduct property assessments or reevaluations to undergo a criminal history background check was approved 74-0-1 by the full Assembly on Monday.