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DeAngelo, Pinkin, Tucker, Andrzejczak, Conaway & Land Bills to Fortify NJ Military Installations Gain Assembly OK

Legislation Incorporates Recommendations from July 2015 Task Force Report

Two bills Assembly Democrats Wayne P. DeAngelo, Nancy Pinkin, Cleopatra Tucker, Bob Andrzejczak, Herb Conaway, Jr. and Bruce Land sponsored to fortify New Jersey's five military installations gained approval from the General Assembly on Thursday.

"Our military installations clearly play an important role when it comes to national defense, but when you consider the thousands of jobs tied to the military, the businesses that support the installations and the billions of dollars in revenue that the installations generate, the local economic significance of New Jersey's military installations is irrefutable," said DeAngelo (D-Mercer/Middlesex). "Any legislation that supports our installations, therefore, will have a positive impact on our state as a whole."

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Assembly Approves Conaway, Singleton & Muoio Measure Urging Congress to Posthumously Award NJ Native & Women's Rights Activist Alice Paul the Congressional Gold Medal

A measure sponsored by Assembly Democrats Herb Conaway, Jr., M.D., Troy Singleton and Elizabeth Muoio petitioning Congress to pass legislation that would posthumously award New Jersey native and women's rights icon Alice Paul a Congressional Gold Medal for her crucial role in the women's suffrage movement was approved Thursday by the Assembly.

"Alice Paul was a women's rights activist, suffragist, and principal leader of the early 1900's campaign for the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Without her and other fearless women who led the fight in the women's suffrage movement, I can only imagine how long it would have been before the basic rights of women were recognized and respected," said Conaway. "Given her tremendous contributions, it would be more than fitting to honor her with a Congressional Gold Medal. I urge Congress to pass the bill that would make this a reality."

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