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Barnes & Moriarty Bill to Improve Ethics Disclosure at Independent State Authorities Advanced ForwardLegislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Peter J. Barnes III and Paul Moriarty to improve ethics disclosure at independent state authorities was approved 78-0 Monday by the Assembly.
"Disclosure is always the best way to ensure good government, and this is a reasonable step forward to ensure taxpayers are protected," said Barnes (D-Middlesex). "This requirement would be similar to that expected of other public officials, and it's the right thing to do..."
Singleton, Conaway, Moriarty, Green & Lampitt Bill to Help Small Business "Go Green" Advances(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Herb Conaway, Jr., M.D., Paul D. Moriarty, Jerry Green and Pamela Lampitt to provide loans to small businesses to cover costs recently passed the full Assembly 74-4. The measure will now head to the Senate for further consideration.
"For small businesses, finding ways to keep costs down is important in today's economy," said Singleton (D-Burlington). "Ensuring that small business owners are afforded the tools to conserve energy where they can is a good investment of State resources."