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Mosquera, Lampitt & Murphy Resolution Permanently Designating May as "Preeclampsia Awareness Month" Approved by Assembly

A resolution sponsored by Assemblywomen Gabriela Mosquera, Pamela Lampitt and Carol Murphy permanently declaring the month of May as Preeclampsia Awareness Month was approved 73-0 Thursday by the full Assembly.

Preeclampsia is a life-threatening disorder of pregnancy and the postpartum period which is related to high blood pressure. The disorder tragically takes the lives of about 76,000 women and 500,000 infants a year globally.

"There have been great strides made in recent years to better understand the causes of preeclampsia and how we can treat and prevent it," said Mosquera (D-Gloucester/Camden), who chairs the committee that released the resolution (AJR-82). "Ultimately, with an increased recognition of this terrible disorder, we will be able to save more and more lives every year."

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Assembly Democratic Bill to Strengthen Domestic Violence Protections, Enhance Criminal Justice Response Clears Assembly


Bill Would Require Domestic Violence Training for Judges, Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Officers

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Nancy Pinkin, John McKeon, Shavonda Sumter, Pamela Lampitt, Valerie Vainieri Huttle and Benjie Wimberly to better protect victims of domestic violence was approved Thursday by the General Assembly.

"One in three women and one in four men have experienced physical violence by a domestic partner," said Pinkin (D-Middlesex). "These numbers are staggering and demonstrate how pervasive this is, and how important it is that the professionals tasked with responding and handling these cases are adequately trained so victims are protected and perpetrators are punished."

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