Archive for Category: Press Release

Auto insurers required to disclose policy limits to attorneys under new law

TRENTON, N.J. – Gov. Phil Murphy signed Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick’s legislation requiring automobile insurers to disclose policy limits upon request by an attorney. “Victims in the state should understand early on that their compensation may be limited. Under this new law, anyone injured in a car accident...

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McClellan organizes Cumberland, Cape May coalition to help at-risk youth

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Antwan McClellan announced Thursday a new South Jersey coalition, Cumberland-Cape United, composed of faith and community leaders that will seek funds to facilitate programming aimed at helping at-risk youth in Cumberland and Cape May counties.  McClellan says he was approached by Kenneth Fowlkes of the...

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Auth and DeFuccio condemn coldblooded Castro regime

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Robert Auth and Assemblywoman DeAnne DeFuccio are voicing their support of the Cuban people who have taken to the streets in anti-government protests, and condemning the inhumane Communist regime.  “It is coldblooded Communism and the repressive government tactics of Fidel Castro that turned Cuba into...

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Bramnick says unruly crowds at the shore benefit by Murphy’s police directives

TRENTON, N.J. – Amid reports of unruly teenagers disturbing the peace at shore towns this summer, Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick says the state’s approach to new marijuana laws and juvenile justice are tying the hands of law enforcement. “There should be no tolerance for unlawful conduct,” Bramnick (R-Union)...

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Bill protecting homeowners associations from Covid liabilities now law

TRENTON, N.J. –  On Thursday Assemblyman Brian Bergen’s bill that will protect homeowners associations from civil lawsuits against Covid-19 exposure or transmission was signed into law. “This bipartisan legislation is a win for those homeowners associations that chose to keep communal areas closed in 2020 due to law concerns...

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Dancer’s rare disease advisory council measure signed into law

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Ron Dancer’s legislation creating a 20-member advisory council to study issues facing New Jersey residents diagnosed with rare diseases was signed into law today. The law will help the state government better understand barriers faced by the community and better serve patients, especially in the...

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Peterson renews push to properly investigate Edison and Hoboken Asian hate crimes following Grewal resignation

TRENTON, N.J. – Dormant Asian hate crime investigations in Edison and Hoboken, seemingly stalled because the reported perpetrators are high-ranking members of the Democrat Party and personally linked to New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, will hopefully be pursued now that Grewal resigned, says Assemblyman Erik Peterson. The U.S....

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Thomson: Anti-rioting bill needed after partiers crash beachfront, force postponement of Fourth of July fireworks

TRENTON, N.J. – Local officials have been forced to cancel Long Branch’s Fourth of July fireworks after partiers wreaked havoc there recently, and may return for the holiday weekend. Assemblyman Edward Thomson wants to crack down on unauthorized large-scale gatherings that turn riotous. Assemblyman Thomson is sponsoring legislation (A4991)...

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Childcare service providers will be paid subsidies based on enrollment, not attendance, under a bill that passed the Assembly last week.

TRENTON, N.J. – The bill (A4746/S3947), sponsored by Assemblywoman Aura Dunn, would allow licensed child care and family day care providers to receive subsidies determined by the Division of Family Development, based on the number of eligible students enrolled. Currently, those subsidies are determined by eligible students’ attendance during...

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Hiding unemployment data, Murphy administration continuously lacks transparency

TRENTON, N.J. –  The state Department of Labor’s last press release concerning unemployment claims data was May 13. Since then, the department has been selectively tweeting the information every Thursday, except for yesterday. Replies were never very kind as people complained about how they couldn’t get the help they...

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