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Casagrande and Lampitt Bipartisan Bill to Ban Sex Offenders from Working with ChildrenSex offenders who are considered a risk to repeat their crimes would be prohibited from working with children under bipartisan legislation recently introduced by Assemblywomen Caroline Casagrande and Pamela R. Lampitt.
"It is outrageous that convicted child abusers can take advantage of loopholes in the law to work in roles giving them direct access to children," said Lampitt...
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."
Lampitt, Singleton, Eustace & Gusciora Measure to Tighten Mental Health Oversight for Gun Owners One Step Closer to Law
Legislation Part of Comprehensive Anti-Gun Violence InitiativeThe General Assembly on Monday approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Pamela Lampitt, Troy Singleton, Tim Eustace and Reed Gusciora to tighten mental health oversight for gun owners.
The measure is part of the comprehensive Assembly Democratic anti-gun violence initiative, which is comprised of roughly two dozen bills. The bill (A-3717) would make it mandatory for the state to submit certain mental health records to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).
Assembly Democratic Bill to Create Task Force Charged with Studying & Developing Recommendations to Make NJ Schools Safer Heads to Governor's Desk
Wilson, Johnson, Wagner, Lampitt, Wimberly, Quijano & Riley are sponsoring the billLegislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gilbert "Whip" L. Wilson, Gordon Johnson, Connie Wagner, Pamela R. Lampitt, Benjie E. Wimberly, Annette Quijano and Celeste Riley to create a task force charged with making recommendations to improve security and makes schools safer received final legislative approval Monday and now heads to the governor's desk.
"The Newtown shooting showed us that evil can strike anywhere, even in a school filled with small, defenseless children," said Wilson (D-Camden/Gloucester). "This bill helps ensure a safer learning environment for students and staff members by creating a special task force charged with developing strategies to help address school safety issues and hopefully prevent another tragedy..."