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Caputo, Giblin, Tucker, Johnson, Mainor & Sumter Bill to Make it Easier for Law Enforcement to Use Outdoor Video Footage to Investigate Crimes Heads to Gov's DeskLegislation sponsored by Ralph Caputo, Thomas Giblin, Cleopatra Tucker, Gordon Johnson, Charles Mainor and Shavonda Sumter to make it easier for law enforcement agencies to use outdoor video cameras to investigate crimes received final legislative approval on Monday and now heads to the governor's desk.
"This will help law enforcement officials with investigations of criminal activity and save valuable time and resources by providing them with a registry to determine whether a camera is located near where criminal activity occurred,..." said Caputo (D-Essex). For More
Assembly Approves Democrats Bill to Extend Urban Enterprise Zone Program to Bolster City Revitalizations
Gusciora, Burzichelli, Caputo, Fuentes, Wilson & Muoio Bill Would Extend Economic Perks to Participating UEZ Cities(TRENTON) - The General Assembly approved legislation, 54-22-0, on Tuesday sponsored by Assembly Democrats Reed Gusciora, John Burzichelli, Ralph Caputo, Angel Fuentes, Gilbert "Whip" Wilson and Elizabeth Muoio to extend the Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) designation for participating cities for another 10 years so that they may continue to benefit from the economic incentives provided under the long-running program.
"Over the years, the Urban Enterprise Zone program has proved to be a great incentive to attract both new businesses and consumers alike," said Gusciora (D-Mercer/Hunterdon). "Participating businesses benefit through a host of incentives like tax breaks on capital investments and consumers benefit through a reduced sales tax. Consequently, the program has led to the reinvigoration of once-thriving business districts and the wholesale revitalization of many cities."
Jasey, Diegnan, Caputo & Jimenez Bill to Benefit Teachers Aspiring Toward Educational Leadership Roles Clears Assembly
Measure to Create Advisory Board and Program to Fill Leadership roles in School Districts(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Mila Jasey, Patrick Diegnan, Ralph R. Caputo and Angelica M. Jimenez to encourage more of New Jersey's teachers to take part in educational leadership roles was approved,75-0-1, Thursday by the General Assembly.