Camden & Gloucester County will host their annual caregiver events this October 29th. These events recognize and offer informational resources to those who care for others.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Moriarty would ensure that the data recorded by the boxes, 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.
The Camden County Women’s Center is an organization that does a lot of good for survivors of domestic violence. They will be hosting a Dessert Night Fundraiser on Wednesday, October 29th to benefit victims of domestic abuse in Camden County. For more information or to purchase a ticket, visit: http://www.camdencountywomenscenter.org/
With MetLife Stadium as a backdrop, 14 female New Jersey lawmakers today called for the federal government to take away the NFL’s non-profit status because of its handling of domestic violence accusations against its players.
A bill banning unsolicited check schemes in the state, sponsored by Assemblyman Paul Moriarty (D-4 of Washington Township), was approved by the State Senate on Monday afternoon in a 38-0 vote and will now head to Governor Chris Christie’s desk for approval.
Legislation sponsored by Senators Fred H. Madden and Joseph F. Vitale to improve the state’s program for screening newborns for congenital disorders in New Jersey hospitals was approved yesterday by the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee.
Six bills to protect victims of domestic violence sailed through an Assembly voting session today, with bipartisan support. Legislators have been working for the last few years to expand and revamp laws currently in place.
Legislation sponsored by Senator Fred H. Madden Jr. and Senate President Steve Sweeney to require information regarding Down syndrome be provided to parents who receive a prenatal or postnatal diagnosis has been approved by the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee.
On Monday, September 15, 2014, the New Jersey General Assembly unanimously approved a comprehensive six-bill package sponsored by Assemblywoman Mosquera to combat domestic violence by expanding protections for victims and providing law enforcement with better tools to deal with offenders.
Watch the NBC10 interview with Assemblywoman Mosquera to learn more about how these bills will help protect victims of domestic abuse.
A law requiring all new municipal police patrol vehicles be equipped with video cameras was signed into law on Wednesday, Assemblyman Paul Moriarty (D-4 of Washington Township) said.