Press Releases

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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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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Tucker, Singleton, Eustace, Lampitt, Greenwald & Wisniewski Bill to Allow Temporary Professional Licensure for Qualified Military Spouses Heads to Governor's Desk

(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Cleopatra Tucker, Troy Singleton, Timothy Eustace, Pamela Lampitt, Lou Greenwald and John Wisniewski that would allow nonresident military spouses moving to New Jersey to seek temporary licensure from certain professional and occupational licensing boards received final legislative approval Monday and now heads to the governor's desk.

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Andrzejczak, Riley, Wilson & Singleton Introduce Bill to Allow Veterans to Attending N.J. Public Colleges to Receive In-State Tuition Rates

(TRENTON) - Assembly Democrats Robert Andrzejczak, Celeste Riley, Whip Wilson and Troy Singleton on Monday announced they've introduced legislation allowing veterans attending a public college or university in New Jersey to pay in-state tuition rates.

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Wilson, Singleton, Coughlin & Riley Bill to Pay Funeral Expenses for Public Safety Personnel Lost on the Line of Duty Gets Final Legislative OK

(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 received final legislative approval from the Assembly on Thursday.

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Burzichelli, Singleton & Lampitt Bill to Reinstate Moratorium on Construction Fee Approved by Assembly

(TRENTON) - Legislation Assembly Democrats John Burzichelli, Troy Singleton and Pamela Lampitt sponsored to reinstate a moratorium on a nonresidential construction fee while the state economy continues to rebound was approved XX-XX Thursday by the Assembly.

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Jasey, Caputo & Singleton Bill to Explore Full-Day Kindergarten Option Statewide Gets Final Legislative Approval

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Mila Jasey, Ralph Caputo and Troy Singleton to explore the establishment of full-day kindergarten statewide was approved 75-4-1 Thursday by the General Assembly and now heads to the governor's desk.

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Assembly Democratic Measure to Ensure More Comprehensive Early Detection of Breast Cancer Approved by Assembly

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 approved 71-0-8 by the General Assembly on Thursday.

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Singleton, Benson, Giblin & Mosquera Bill to Protect Domestic Abuse Victims via Electronic Monitoring of Offenders Gets Final Legislative Approval

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Daniel R. Benson, Thomas P. Giblin and Gabriela Mosquera to help protect victims of domestic violence by allowing courts to order electronic monitoring of certain offenders received final legislative approval by the full Senate on Thursday.

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