New Legislative Redistricting Reform Bill

New Jersey lawmakers are pursuing possible changes to the way the state redraws its legislative districts each decade, and Assemblyman Troy Singleton has introduced his own proposal to inject a nonpartisan perspective into the process.

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Visiting Mrs. Falcone's 4th grade class

I got to visit the 4th graders over at the Charles Street School in Palmyra to watch their presentation and discuss their idea to ban styrofoam containers for food in schools and restaurants.

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Video Spotlight: Animal Abuse Registry

Jill Horner at Comcast Newsmakers speaks with Assemblyman Troy Singleton, from the New Jersey State Assembly, about an Animal Abuse Registry.

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Transparency in Out-of-Network Care Costs

The Health Care Consumer Cost Transparency Act will provide comprehensive data about the quality and cost of health care and allow state policymakers to monitor efforts to reduce health care costs and improve both care quality and population health.

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Community Event Spotlight

Survival Skills for Diabetes

Throughout the year, Virtua will be hosting education class for uninsured, under insured (Medicaid) or charity care patients with diabetes.


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In The News: A Declaw Law? Veterinarians Divided Over N.J. Cat Claw Bill

Veterinarians are sharply divided over a New Jersey bill that would make it a crime to declaw cats. New Jersey would be the first state to ban a practice that critics call painful and barbaric.

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In The News: Remembering Jamie Fox, Respected By All In NJ Politics | Moran

Let me start by confessing that I am hopelessly biased on this one. But I am not the only one, not by a long shot.

Jamie Fox just died. He was 62. He was a friend of mine, and throw-back of the sort that seems to be passing from this earth, marching to extinction in the path of the dinosaurs.

After a lifetime in politics, fighting one tough campaign after another, serving in the cabinet of two governors, he somehow won the unreserved affection and respect of people on both sides of the aisle.

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In The News: Christie's Public Pension Legacy: Broken Promises, No Effective Fixes

As he nears end of second term, governor still struggling with state’s deeply troubled public-worker pension system, while some stakeholders look to a new administration for relief.

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