Moriarty Will Introduce Bill to Grant License Photo Extension to Residents Whose Appearance is Affected by Medical Procedure
Assemblyman Paul Moriarty today announced he will introduce a bill to allow residents whose appearance is temporarily altered by a medical procedure to use their current driver’s license photo for a year, when a new photo is required as part of the license renewal process.
Legislation Assembly Democrats Paul Moriarty, Patrick Diegnan, Benjie Wimberly, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Reed Gusciora and Shavonda Sumter sponsored to ban the sale of certain over-the-counter medications to young people in New Jersey is now law.
The New Jersey Division of Taxation has begun mailing 2013 Homestead Benefit application packets to Gloucester County and Camden County residents, and will email instructions for downloading packets to homeowners who requested electronic applications.
Assemblywoman Mosquera issued a multimedia package of her recent participation in a Congressional panel discussion on ways to curb domestic and gun violence at the federal level.
Moriarty Legislation Would Require Used-Car Dealerships to Notify Consumers About Outstanding Auto Recalls
Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Moriarty would hold used-car dealerships to a higher standard, requiring them to notify consumers about existing vehicle recalls prior to purchase.
Legislation Assembly Democrats Paul Moriarty, Craig Coughlin, Charles Mainor, Nancy Pinkin and Joseph Danielsen sponsored to prohibit the sale of powdered alcohol in New Jersey cleared its final legislative hurdle with passage by the full Senate on June 29th. The bill was approved 39-1.
The full Assembly on Thursday unanimously approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Paul Moriarty, Bob Andrzejczak, Vince Mazzeo, Gabriela Mosquera and Annette Quijano to crack down on the dangerous trend known as “swatting” after a string of recent hoax incidents in New Jersey drew large-scale law enforcement responses.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Mosquera to raise the penalty for the crime of strangulation in domestic violence cases has been passed by the full Assembly and now awaits consideration in the Senate.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera to strengthen New Jersey’s gun laws and protect victims of domestic violence from gun violence was released Monday by the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee.