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McKeon, Jasey & Vainieri Huttle Bill to Ensure Stiff Penalties for Vehicular Homicide while Drunk Driving Now Law

Asm. John F. McKeon 'Ralph & David's Law' is Named in Honor of Morris County Man & Sussex County Boy Killed by Drunk Drivers

Bipartisan legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats John McKeon, Mila Jasey and Valerie Vainieri Huttle to ensure stiff penalties for anyone who commits vehicular homicide while driving drunk is now law.

"In the case of both Ralph and David, this law's namesakes, their tragic deaths, and their family's grief, were compounded by the leniency of their perpetrator's sentence," said McKeon (D-Essex/Morris). "This law will help close that loophole and send a stronger message that we will not tolerate this type of negligent and reckless behavior."

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Caride & McKeon Bill to Ensure County College Students Who Transfer Attain Associate's Degree if Eligible Now Law

(TRENTON) - Legislation Assembly Democrats Marlene Caride and John McKeon sponsored to ensure that eligible students' receive an associate's degree from the community college even after transferring to a four-year institution has been signed into law.

"Too many students are walking away -for various life reasons - from college after investing two years and thousands of dollars in loans without, at least, an associate's degree simply because they earned some of the credits at a community college..," said Caride (D- Bergen, Passaic).

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McKeon: NJ Transit to be Subpoenaed

Assembly Judiciary Chairman John McKeon Agency Unresponsive to Legislative Requests for Correspondence with Gov's Office on Summer Commuting Plan, Revenues & Fares; Subpoenas will Also Seek Info on Patronage

Assembly Judiciary Chairman John McKeon (D-Essex/Morris) released the following statement Wednesday as the Assembly Judiciary Committee held a joint hearing with the Senate Legislative Oversight Committee on Amtrak's New York Penn Station repairs and continued NJ Transit commuter woes:

"We have been more than patient. It is now time for the Assembly Judiciary Committee to invoke its subpoena power to force NJ Transit to be responsive..."

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McKeon & Gordon to Lead Hearing on Progress of NY Penn Station Repairs & NJ Transit Operations

Asm. John McKeon Senator Bob Gordon and Assemblyman John McKeon will lead a joint hearing tomorrow by the Senate Legislative Oversight Committee and Assembly Judiciary Committee to assess the progress of New York Penn Station repairs and to review NJ Transit operations, including the recent service cancellations due to a shortage of engineers willing to accept schedule changes.

NJ Transit, Amtrak, PATH and New York Waterways officials will testify at the joint hearing on Wednesday, July 19 at 10 a.m. in Committee Room 4 in the State House Annex in Trenton...

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