Madden Honored with ‘Paul L. Troast Award for Public Service’ By NJBIA for Leadership in Solving NJ’s UI Fund Crisis
Senator Fred H. Madden was honored by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association for his leadership in solving the state’s Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund crisis.
Legislation Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera sponsored to prohibit agencies from using imported materials to complete a job was approved by the full Assembly on Thursday.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera to provide a tax credit to those who take in and support an older family member was released on Thursday by an Assembly panel.
Mosquera Sponsored ‘Lisa’s Law’ to Electronically Monitor Domestic Violence Offenders Advances out of Committee
Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Gabriela M. Mosquera that would establish a pilot program for the electronic monitoring of domestic violence offenders in New Jersey has been released by the Assembly Judiciary Committee.
Legislation Assemblyman Paul Moriarty sponsored to ensure consumers who are entitled to a manufacturer’s rebate actually receive their check was recently approved by an Assembly panel.
Assemblyman Paul Moriarty was recently interviewed by Fox New York regarding his legislation to ensure that the data recorded by the boxes in automobiles, also known as electronic control modules, would remain the property of the vehicle’s owner, and that no one could retrieve or distribute that information without going through the court system.
Assemblyman Paul Moriarty received an award from the County and Municipal Consumer Agencies of New Jersey (CAMCA) in recognition for his support and sponsorship of legislation promoting consumer protection and product safety.
The “Free Means Free Act” — introduced by Assemblyman Paul Moriarty last week — would ban the advertisement of a product as free or at no cost if it isn’t ultimately free.
By a vote of 53-15-6, the full Assembly has approved legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera to identify at-risk children and young adults with brain injuries in cooperation with the state’s mental health and juvenile justice systems.