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Codey, McKeon & Jasey: Morris & Essex Line Disruption Yet Another Sign of NJ Transit's Disregard for Commuters

Riders to Face Summer Service Disruption After Recent Derailments, Repeated Delays

Senator Richard J. Codey, Assemblyman John F. McKeon and Assemblywoman Mila Jasey denounced the decision of New Jersey Transit, Amtrak and the Long Island Railroad to disrupt service on the Morris and Essex Line during peak hours in order to complete repairs to New York Penn Station this summer.

"Hard-working men and women in New Jersey are just trying to make ends meet, and NJ Transit takes advantage of the fact that many of them have no other choice but to take the train to work," said McKeon (D-Morris/Essex). "In yet another blatant example of disregard for the commuter, NJ Transit made a unilateral decision to upend the lives of its customers without any consultation from those customers or their representatives in the legislature. Aside from this disrupting Morris and Essex Line commuters, it's going to put additional stress on other train lines and alternate modes of transportation that will have to pick up the slack, and we have no idea whatsoever what the effect of that will be."

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Assembly Approves Eustace, Johnson, Muoio, Jasey & Vainieri Huttle Bill Package Providing Business Assistance to LGBT, Veteran, & Disabled Residents

Bills Will Also Ensure that LGBT Residents Are Properly Counted to Ensure They are Adequately Served by State Resources
(TRENTON) - The General Assembly on Monday approved a two-bill package sponsored by Assembly Democrats Tim Eustace, Gordon Johnson, Elizabeth Maher Muoio, Mila Jasey and Valerie Vainieri Huttle to provide business assistance to LGBT, veteran and disabled residents and ensure they are being properly served by state resources.

"LGBT individuals, people with disabilities, and veterans often face discrimination and bias in the workplace and transgender individuals, in particular, are disproportionately unemployed due to discrimination," said Eustace (D-Bergen/Passaic). "This legislation would help them overcome certain discriminations by providing access to business assistance programs that are currently provided to other minority communities in the state."

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