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Lampitt & Norcross Bill to Spur New Industry Growth Advances

Asw. Pam Lampitt Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt (D-Camden/Burlington) Senator Donald Norcross (D-Camden/Gloucester) to create a cidery and meadery license in New Jersey has been advanced by the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee.

"In New Jersey, we've done a great deal of legislation to encourage our New Jersey-based wineries and craft breweries, which has created jobs and economic stimulus for our region," said Lampitt. "This bill builds on that momentum by updating outdated laws. By providing support to cideries and meaderies in New Jersey, we are taking the next step in helping our homegrown industries thrive…"

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Prieto-led Vocational Education Improvement Bills Approved by Senate

Bills Also Sponsored by Diegnan, Lagana, Oliver, Jimenez, Pintor Marin, Lampitt, Garcia, Benson, Caputo, Riley, Eustace & Mainor

Five bills sponsored by Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto to enhance and expand vocational programs throughout New Jersey were approved Tuesday by the Senate, giving four of the bills final legislative approval.

"We have to make clear that there are many well-paying careers that can be launched with an industry credential or an associate's degree," said Prieto (D-Hudson/Bergen). "As we continue to work to revitalize our economy, employers will look to county vocational-technical schools to meet this need. This bill package will make sure our students are ready to go..."

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