December is National Identity Theft Prevention & Awareness Month
As the joy of the holiday season fast approaches, we should bear in mind two elements that could turn happiness into despair. While we've heard much about the supply chain issues (order as early as you can), another culprit is waiting in the wings (or in your computer, more accurately) to harm you. I'm referring to identity theft, and unsurprisingly, December is National Identity Theft Prevention & Awareness Month.
NJ Democrats Say Voters Sent 'Loud' Message On Affordability
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's Democratic lawmakers said Wednesday they got the message from voters “loud and clear” and will focus the remaining weeks of their current session on affordability, though it's unclear what that will look like.
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week
One week from today we will be celebrating Thanksgiving. I have a friend who says Thanksgiving is his favorite holiday. He suggests that because its defining message lacks overtones — political, cultural, religious — and its basic premise of giving thanks for what we have is universal.
Lawmakers Eye Reform After Slow Trickle Of 2021 Election Results
The glacial reveal of results from New Jersey’s latest general election has left lawmakers dissatisfied and with a growing appetite for reform.
County's Holiday Market Is Perfect Place To Shop For Your Thanksgiving Feast
MOORESTOWN, NJ — As you think about making your shopping list for your Thanksgiving feast, consider supporting local farmers and vendors at Burlington County's upcoming November Holiday Market at the Burlington County Agricultural Center in Moorestown.
Senator Troy Singleton Named Finalist In NewDEAL National Ideas Challenge
Work on civic education goals is recognized as one of the most innovative/impactful state or local policy proposals for healing our democracy and rebuilding community.
Singleton Bill On Municipal Tax Abatements Passes Committee
Trenton – In an effort to improve economic growth and development in distressed communities and neighborhoods, the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee passed legislation today sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would require a cost-benefit analysis for any long-term tax exemptions. The analysis would provide information on the net impact on local revenue if tax breaks were granted for new development projects.