Two of Assemblywoman Mosquera’s bills to better protect victims of domestic violence have cleared the Assembly.
Mosquera Bill to Ensure that “Return Home NJ” Program is Compassionate and Pragmatic Gets Assembly Panel OK
Read the release on the AssemblyDems web page. An Assembly panel on Thursday approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Pamela Lampitt, Carmelo G. Garcia, Tim Eustace and Gabriela Mosquera to ensure that individuals with disabilities living in out-of-state facilities are not transferred home under the “Return Home New Jersey” program to the detriment of their well-being. “We need to make sure our most vulnerable are not sacrificed for savings, especially… Read More
Read the press release at www.assemblydems.com An Assembly panel on Monday approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Herb Conaway, Jr., M.D., Bob Adrzejczak, Vince Mazzeo, Carmelo G. Garcia and Gabriela Mosquera to help prepare today’s generation to lead a manufacturing renaissance in New Jersey. “The manufacturing industry has always been the embodiment of the American ideal that if you work hard and play by the rules, you can provide for… Read More
I want to thank Governor Ed Rendell for taking time out of his busy schedule to be the keynote speaker at the 11th Annual Gloucester County State Breakfast on Thursday, January 8th. It was an honor to have the opportunity to listen to his words of wisdom.
Charged with domestic violence against his fiancée, football star Ray Rice avoided jail time when he was accepted for pretrial intervention as a first-time offender. That would become more difficult if legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera becomes law.
Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera has introduced legislation to make it more difficult for first-time domestic violence offenders to enter pretrial intervention (PTI) and thus avoid jail time.
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.