Rebuilding NJ’s Middle-Class – Mosquera ‘Heat & Eat’ Bill Released by Assembly Committee

Rebuilding NJ’s Middle-Class – Schaer, Vainieri Huttle, Lampitt, Mosquera, Sumter & Wimberly ‘Breakfast after the Bell’ Bill Advances in the Assembly (TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gary Schaer, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Pamela Lampitt, Gabriela Mosquera, Shavonda Sumter and Benjie Wimberly to create an incentive fund to support the Breakfast after the Bell program was advanced by the Assembly Appropriations Committee on Monday. The sponsors said the purpose of the fund… Read More

Cub scouts honored at Pack 184’s Blue and Gold Awards Banquet

Congratulations to all of the fine, inspiring young cub scouts honored at Pack 184’s Blue and Gold Awards Banquet!

Assemblywoman Mosquera Commemorates International Women’s Day

The 8th of March, International Women’s Day, brings much of the world together in observance and celebration of the significant accomplishments and progress of all women around the world throughout the centuries. However, while this is an opportunity to honor the achievements of generations of women, it also an opportunity to reflect on the challenges still facing many of them around the world today. Many women still lack the basic rights and… Read More

Assemblywoman Mosquera Attends Winslow Twp’s 171st Anniversary Celebration

I was very honored to attend the 171st Anniversary of Winslow Township – a great, historical town which I am privileged to represent in the New Jersey Legislature.

Assemblywoman Mosquera Commemorates Women’s History Month

Each year, Women’s History Month serves as a reminder of the efforts of generations of American women who fought for gender equality in the United States. Whether in the pursuit of voting rights, equal pay, or the freedom to make their own decisions in life, these women helped pave the way for the millions who would follow in their footsteps. I am grateful to stand strong with the remarkable women that came… Read More

Mosquera discusses domestic violence initiatives on Latino Motion

Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera, a strong advocate for victims, discusses domestic violence initiatives with Burt Lopez of Latino Motion.  

Moriarty Questions Delays with Credit Card Chip Readers

Lawmakers Hear About Delays with Credit Card Chip Readers By Brenda Flanagan Correspondent If you’ve tried to use a new, chip-enhanced credit card recently and found the machine wasn’t working, you’ve got company: specifically, Assemblyman Paul Moriarty, whose attempts to charge-by-chip went nowhere at three big-name stores. “At each one of them I asked to use the chip technology and I was told, ‘You can’t. You have to slide it, swipe it,… Read More

Moriarty Bill to Require Two Days’ Notice Prior to Remote Disabling of Automobiles Clears Assembly Panel

Legislation Assemblymen Paul Moriarty, Craig Coughlin and Raj Mukherji sponsored to regulate the use of payment assurance devices by automobile dealers and lenders was released Thursday by an Assembly panel. The bill (A-756) would require automobile dealers and lenders to provide a consumer with at least 48 hours’ notice before remotely disabling a motor vehicle via a payment assurance device. The bill defines a “payment assurance device” as a device, installed pursuant… Read More

Mosquera Bill to Protect Against Flooding & Boost Smart Development Now Law

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Tim Eustace, Joseph Lagana, Gabriela Mosquera, Valerie Vainieri Huttle and Benjie Wimberly to help protect the public against flooding and facilitate smart development has been signed into law. “Accurate and up-to-date delineations of floodplains and flood hazard areas are essential to inform state and local officials and property owners of changing flood risks,” said Eustace (D-Bergen/Passaic). “Bergen and Passaic counties are no strangers to the hazards of… Read More

Moriarty & Mosquera Bill to Extend Use of Driver’s License Photos for Chemotherapy Patients Signed into Law

Affects Residents Who Are Undergoing Medical Treatment that Can Alter Their Appearance. (TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Paul Moriarty, Gabriela Mosquera, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Wayne DeAngelo and Patrick Diegnan to extend use of stored driver’s license photo for persons undergoing chemotherapy or other treatment for medical illnesses has been signed into law. The law (A-4719) extends the use of the person’s stored driver’s license photo if the person is undergoing… Read More