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New Law Will Work To Bring Broadband To All Areas Of N.J.

Commission to consider logistics of deploying community broadband networks

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Burlington County Leaders Announce Next Steps In The Investigation Related To Edward Cagney Mathews

(MOORESTOWN) – Congressman Andy Kim, State Senator Troy Singleton, Assemblyman Herb Conaway, Assemblywoman Carol Murphy, Burlington County Commissioner Director Felicia Hopson, Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina, and Mount Laurel Mayor Stephen Steglik today provided an update on the ongoing investigation into the viral video of the Edward Cagney Mathews incident in Mount Laurel.

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Investigation Launched Into Man Charged With Racially Harassing Neighbors, Cops’ Response

An independent investigation was launched Tuesday into any incidents involving the Mount Laurel man who is now facing criminal charges after he was recorded verbally attacking neighbors with racist rants, as well as one into the police response to his home last week, officials said.

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Governor Appropriates $20M To The Special Needs Housing Trust Fund

TRENTON - Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation (S1255/ A1925) which creates a $20 million transfer to the Special Needs Housing Trust Fund in the Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (HMFA).

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Closing The Hunger Gap In New Jersey

A recent headline of an Op-Ed article by New Jersey General Assembly Speaker Craig J. Coughlin perfectly captures the spirit of the food insecurity issue: New Jersey must be able to feed its people

That caption raises these all-important questions: Do you have enough to eat? Will you go to bed hungry tonight?

We’re not talking about a third-world country; we’re talking about New Jersey, USA.

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Sweeney, Singleton Bill To Upgrade Water & Ventilation Systems Passes Senate

Trenton – The Senate today approved legislation sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Troy Singleton that would help schools and small businesses in New Jersey upgrade their water and ventilation systems to protect the health of students, educators, customers and workers.

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Led By Singleton, Volunteers Bring New Life To Point Breeze Mansion

BORDENTOWN, NJ -- To breathe new life into one of the most historical homes in New Jersey, State Senator Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) recently brought 25 volunteers to the Gardener’s House at newly preserved Point Breeze in Bordentown City to begin landscape work. The volunteer project took place at the estate once owned by the exiled King of Spain, Joseph Bonaparte.

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Singleton Bills Updating Domestic Violence Laws Advance In Senate

TRENTON, NJ – In an effort to update and reform the state's domestic violence laws, procedures and policies, the New Jersey State Senate on Thursday unanimously released an expansive package of bills sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg and Senator Troy Singleton. In addition to bringing more uniformity to existing procedures, the bills would also require new domestic violence training regimens to be followed by law enforcement, some county prosecutors as well as certain judges and judicial personnel.

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Governor Murphy Signs Legislation Appropriating $20 Million To The Special Needs Housing Trust Fund

TRENTON – Today, Governor Murphy signed legislation (S1255/ A1925) which creates a $20 million transfer to the Special Needs Housing Trust Fund in the Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (HMFA). The Special Needs Housing Trust Fund provides capital financing to create supportive housing and community residences for individuals living with special needs.

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Plan To Replace Every Lead Pipe In N.J. Heads To Murphy’s Desk

Across New Jersey, lead service lines lay underground, carrying drinking water from main lines into homes.

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