$50 Million To Modernize N.J. Unemployment Claims System Advances In Assembly Committee
One day after Gov. Phil Murphy proposed doubling funding to modernize the aging unemployment infrastructure in his budget address, the state Assembly Labor committee advanced a bill that would allocate $50 million in federal funds to improve the unemployment system.
Governor Signs Law Setting Municipal Contributions For Non-Profit Hospitals
Trenton – The Governor today signed into law legislation sponsored by Senator Paul Sarlo, Senator Joe Cryan, Senator Joe Vitale and Senator Troy Singleton that will protect the non-profit status of hospitals while ensuring that they compensate their communities for municipal services.
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Singleton Bill To Establish ‘New Jersey Foreclosure Prevention Act’ Goes To The Governor
Trenton – In response to the State having had one of the highest foreclosure rates in the country in 2020, the Senate passed today legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton which would establish the “New Jersey Foreclosure Prevention Act” to directly assist those facing foreclosure.
Resolution To Honor The New Jersey Army And Air National Guard Members Who Were Mobilized Following The Capitol Riot Advances
Trenton – In response to the deadly insurrection that took place at the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021, the Senate today advanced a resolution sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Vin Gopal that would recognize the service of the New Jersey Army and Air National Guard members who were mobilized to Washington D.C.
Senate Advances Singleton-Ruiz-Oroho Bills To Support The Development Of Minority-Owned And Rural Businesses
Trenton – In an effort to strengthen New Jersey’s economy, legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton, M. Teresa Ruiz and Steve Oroho aimed at supporting the development and growth of minority-owned and rural businesses across the state advanced from the Senate today.