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.
Medicare Open Enrollment Period is October 15 – December 7, 2014. This is when all people with Medicare can change their health plan and prescription drug plan coverage. If you enroll in a plan during Fall Open Enrollment, your coverage starts January 1.
Legislation sponsored by Senate Labor Committee Chairman Fred H. Madden and Senator Jim Beach to streamline the process businesses use to pay into the unemployment insurance system, in order to safeguard benefits for New Jersey’s unemployed, was approved this week by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera to make it easier for taxpayers to donate to the ALS Association passed 77-0 in the Assembly last week.
Washington Twp Mother’s Cupboard Food Pantry will be holding their 2014 Food Drive through November 15. Please bring all donations to Century 21 location in Sewell.
A bill introduced by Assemblyman Paul Moriarty would require all county, state and municipal police officers on patrol to wear body cameras.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera to study the impact of disabilities on individuals in minority and underrepresented communities was released recently by an Assembly panel.
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gabriela Mosquera, Troy Singleton, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Daniel R. Benson, Herb Conaway Jr., Carmelo Garcia, Celeste Riley, and Ralph Caputo to allow gross income taxpayers to use their returns to make voluntary contributions to the Greater Philadelphia and Greater New York Chapters of the ALS Association for services provided to New Jersey residents was advanced recently by an Assembly panel.