Archive for Tag: Don Guardian

Assembly approves permanently allowing “I dos” over Zoom

TRENTON, N.J. – The full Assembly on Thursday passed Assemblyman Don Guardian’s bill permanently permitting virtual vow exchanges in New Jersey, a pandemic-era response to upended wedding plans and Covid-19 restrictions. Through a May 2020 executive order, New Jersey authorized couples to enter into a marriage or civil union...

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Guardian bill permanently allowing “I dos” over Zoom passes committee

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Don Guardian’s bill permitting virtual vow exchanges in New Jersey, a pandemic-era response to upended wedding plans and Covid-19 restrictions, passed the Assembly Judiciary Committee on Thursday.  Through a May 2020 executive order, New Jersey authorized couples to enter into a marriage or civil union...

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Guardian bill calls for ocean energy study

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Don Guardian wants the state to explore the possibilities of ocean energy to keep New Jersey’s lights on. The up-and-down motion of waves, and push-and-pull of ocean tides, creates kinetic energy that can be converted into usable electricity. Most popularly, floats or buoys moved by...

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Cape May County lawmaker’s bill creating Black Heritage Trail signed into law

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Antwan McClellan’s bipartisan bill creating a Black Heritage Trail in New Jersey was signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy Wednesday. McClellan, Legislative District 1’s first African American legislator in the General Assembly, was joined by the governor and the bill’s other sponsors at a...

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Guardian requests NJDEP investigation of potential lead contamination at Atlantic County Schools

NORTHFIELD, N.J. – Assemblyman Don Guardian hand delivered a letter to Commissioner Shawn LaTourette, the head of the state Department of Environmental Protection, Thursday requesting an investigation into potential lead contamination of Atlantic County schools’ drinking water. “If the last two years taught us anything, it’s that we need...

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