Archive for Tag: Legislative District 24

Fantasia and Inganamort introduce bills to address open border crisis

TRENTON, N.J. – The video and image went viral. Two New York City police officers were attacked by a migrant mob near Times Square on Jan. 27. Then the smug look of one alleged attacker as he flips his middle finger to cameras after being released without bail. Demands...

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Inganamort hosts Jewish leaders for conversation on Israel, antisemitism

SPARTA, N.J. – Assemblyman Michael Inganamort hosted Jewish leaders from across his district in the state’s northwestern corner for a conversation on rising antisemitism on college campuses earlier this month. Inganamort recently returned from a 42-hour visit to Israel, where he met with military leaders at the Gaza border;...

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Sussex County legislators oppose bills allowing distribution of obscene materials to children

TRENTON, N.J. – Freshman Assembly members Dawn Fantasia and Michael Inganamort, along with Sen. Parker Space, oppose a bill that grants certain persons immunity from criminal and civil liabilities for making available obscene material to minors.     The Democrat-backed bill (S2421/A3446), dubbed the “Freedom to Read Act,” gives an...

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Bill that modernizes contractor payroll certification signed into law

TRENTON, N.J. – A bipartisan bill that will streamline submissions of public work contractors’ payrolls was signed into law Wednesday. Current law only requires those contractors submit written payroll records to the Department of Labor and the contract-awarding public body. The bill (S1442/A5345), sponsored by Assemblymen Ned Thomson, Christopher...

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Panel advances Space fishing buddy license bill

TRENTON, N.J. – An effort to promote freshwater fishing in the state’s scenic lakes, rivers and streams received a boost Thursday when legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Parker Space to expand the eligibility for discounted fishing licenses passed the Assembly Oversight, Reform and Federal Relations Committee. “Whether ice fishing in...

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Implement Aon health care recommendations immediately, says Wirths

TRENTON, N.J. – After taxpayers and government employees were hit with double-digit rate spikes last year, a new report from the actuary hired by the state to assess its health insurance plans recommends immediate and long-term ways to cut premium expenses. “Anything the state can do to lower costs...

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Proposed mileage tax erodes freedom and privacy, Space says

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblyman Parker Space wants to stop the push for a mileage-based tax on New Jersey drivers being floated by Gov. Phil Murphy and out-of-state bureaucrats. He plans to introduce legislation that would not only prohibit that tax but also bar the state from funding mileage-based tax studies or pilots....

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