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Tucker, Caputo, Giblin, Vainieri Huttle & Wimberly Bill to Increase Personal Needs Allowance for Some of State’s Most Vulnerable Residents Clears Assembly

Legislation Assembly Democrats Cleopatra Tucker, Ralph Caputo, Tom Giblin Valerie Vainieri Huttle and Benjie Wimberly sponsored to increase the monthly personal needs allowance for residents in certain state facilities for the first time in 30 years gained Assembly approval on Thursday.

"For some men and women who require special attention, long-term care may be the best option, and it's important that residents of these facilities can remain as independent as possible," said Tucker (D-Essex). "By increasing the personal needs allowance and tying it to the cost of living, this bill will help ensure that individuals in state institutions can have the highest quality of life possible."

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Assembly OKs Mazzeo, Andrzejczak & Giblin Bill to Help Put Displaced Atlantic City Casino Employees Back to Work

Legislation sponsored by Assemblymen Vince Mazzeo, Bob Andrzejczak and Tom Giblin to help displaced casino workers prepare to re-enter the workforce gained Assembly approval 55-18-1 on Thursday.

"Just as much as this legislation is about helping these workers pursue a new career path as individuals, it's also about restoring the region's economy overall," said Mazzeo (D-Atlantic). "This is an unparalleled opportunity, working in a bipartisan manner, to help transform Atlantic City..."

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