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Wimberly, Vainieri Huttle, Oliver, Tucker, Quijano & Johnson Bill to Ensure Equal Access to State Contracts for Women- & Minority-Owned Businesses Gains Final Legislative OK

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Benjie Wimberly, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Sheila Oliver, Cleopatra Tucker, Annette Quijano and Gordon Johnson to ensure that women- and minority-owned businesses in New Jersey have equal access to state contracts gained final legislative approval Thursday in the Senate. It now heads to the governor.

"While progress has been made, women- and minority-business owners continue to face challenges that limit their ability to grow," said Wimberly (D-Bergen/Passaic), chair of the Assembly Commerce and Economic Development Committee. "The provisions in this legislation are necessary to ensure that the equality of opportunity guaranteed by federal and state law is available to minority-owned and women-owned businesses in this state."

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Mazzeo, Johnson, Land & Andrzejczak Bill to Honor Fallen Trooper Frankie Williams Heads to Governor

31-Year-Old Rookie Officer Died in Highway 55 Head-On Collision in December

Legislation Assembly Democrats Vince Mazzeo, Gordon Johnson, Bruce Land and Bob Andrzejczak sponsored to honor the memory of State Trooper Frankie Williams, who in December was tragically killed in the line of duty, was approved Thursday by the Senate. It now heads to the governor's desk.

"Trooper Frankie Williams was a dedicated Atlantic County public servant who pursued a career in law enforcement and made the ultimate sacrifice while working to protect the people of New Jersey," said Mazzeo (D-Atlantic). "Every time anyone drives down Route 55 near his home, they should think of Trooper Williams and how many lives he touched in just 31 years."

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Zwicker & Johnson Bill to Protect Freelance Workers Approved by Assembly

Legislation Assembly Democrats Andrew Zwicker and Gordon Johnson sponsored to ensure fair treatment of freelance workers was approved Thursday by the Assembly.

"Freelance workers aren't free," said Zwicker (D-Mercer/Somerset/Hunterdon/Middlesex). "Freelance workers must be paid the compensation they've earned, and we need to ensure this basic fairness afforded to every other worker. Freelances are a valuable part of our workforce, and they provide many services, but too often they lack basic protections. This bill will ensure they're treated fairly, benefiting our economy and, in the end, everyone..."

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Johnson, Vainieri Huttle & Wimberly Bill to Develop Sexual Assault Training Course for Police Heads to Gov's Desk

Legislation Assembly Democrats Gordon Johnson, Valerie Vainieri Huttle and Benjie Wimberly sponsored to establish a sexual assault training course for law enforcement officers received final legislative approval Thursday and now heads to the governor's desk.

"We cannot tolerate a culture in which victims of sexual assault lack confidence in the men and women responsible for responding to them," said Johnson (D-Bergen). "Developing a course so that officers can receive training on dealing with sexual assault appropriately will encourage reporting and reinforce our state's commitment to justice for every resident."

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