Assemblyman Moriarty’s bill to ban the sale of powdered alcohol in New Jersey has passed the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee.
Legislation to empower teens to seek treatment for mental health issues has been released by a Senate Committee and now goes before the full Senate.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Mosquera to protect babies and ensure the safety of “milk banks” passes through an Assembly Panel.
The Sexual Assault Survivor Protection Act of 2015 would allow more victims of sexual assault to seek protective orders against their perpetrators.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Mosquera to increase early detection and prevent cardiac illness in student-athletes was signed into law by Governor Christie.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera and Assemblyman Paul Moriarty to help law enforcement better coordinate efforts to combat the state’s growing opioid epidemic has been signed into law.
Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera teams up with a Martial Arts Center to mark Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month with a hands-on Self Defense Demonstration.
Assemblyman Moriarty is pushing for legislation to crack down on “swatting” – a dangerous prank that costs thousands of dollars and endangers innocent people.
Assemblyman Moriarty talks with NewsWorks.org about the transition from journalism to legislation and how it has changed the way he advocates for consumers.
Moriarty and Mosquera Bill to Help Law Enforcement Combat Opioid Epidemic Approved by Assembly, Heads to Governor’s Desk
Legislation sponsored by Moriarty and Mosquera to help law enforcement combat opioid abuse has received full legislative approval and heads to the governor’s desk.