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O'Donnell, Cryan, Jasey & Pinkin Bill to Help Ensure Students Have Nutritious Meals Receive Final Legislative Approval

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Jason O'Donnell, Joseph Cryan, Mila Jasey and Nancy Pinkin that would require schools to notify parents before denying children meals at school due to nonpayment received final legislative approval Thursday.

"This bill will help ensure that a student is not suddenly denied a school breakfast or lunch because the district determines that the student's food bill is in arrears," said O'Donnell (D-Hudson)...

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Stender, McKeon & Jasey Measure to Oppose Pilgrim Pipeline Project Clears Assembly

Legislation Assembly Democrats Linda Stender, John McKeon and Mila Jasey sponsored to express opposition to the construction of pipelines that would transport oil through environmentally sensitive areas of New Jersey was approved 54-5-13 in the Assembly on Thursday.

"Our opposition to the Pilgrim Pipeline project is rooted in the simple notion that there is no reset button when it comes to the environment. Once water that millions of New Jersey residents consume is poisoned or agricultural and wildlife resources are destroyed, looking back and wishing that we had done more to stop this project will be too little, too late," said Stender (D-Middlesex/Somerset/Union).

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Singleton, Caputo, Jasey, Lagana & Quijano Bill to Strengthen Consumer Protections against Security Breaches Clears Assembly

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Ralph Caputo, Mila Jasey, Joseph Lagana and Annette Quijano to ensure that consumers are informed of security breaches made to their account was approved 75-0 Monday by the Assembly. Between 2005 and 2014, there have been 4,695 breaches exposing 633 million records, according to the nonprofit Identity Theft Resource Center. The average cost of a breach to an organization is estimated at $3.5 million.

"Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the country," said Singleton (D-Burlington). "What we have learned from the recent security breaches at major retailers is that they can happen to anywhere and to virtually any company, large or small. It is essential for consumers to be kept informed of data breaches so that they can take the necessary steps to protect their information..."

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Benson, Vainieri Huttle, Jasey, Tucker & Wimberly Bill to Train School Bus Drivers/Aides who Transport Children with Special Needs Approved by Assembly

The Assembly on Monday approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Daniel Benson, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Mila Jasey, Cleopatra Tucker and Benjie Wimberly to prevent accidental mistreatment of students with special needs by creating a training program for school bus drivers and aides.

"Children with special needs require specialized attention and care. Bus drivers and aides should be aware of behaviors associated with certain disabilities, and know how to effectively deal with them so to avoid any confusion and accidental mistreatment of these students,.." said Benson (D-Mercer/Middlesex).

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