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Democratic Legislation to Promote Donations to ALS Association Clears Assembly

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Daniel R. Benson, Herb Conaway Jr., Carmelo Garcia, Celeste Riley, Gabriela Mosquera and Ralph Caputo to make it easier for taxpayers to donate to the ALS Association passed 77-0 on Thursday in the Assembly.

"The mission of the ALS Association is to lead the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy, while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig's Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support through a nationwide network of chapters," said Singleton (D-Burlington). "Making it easier for New Jerseyans to support this cause is the right thing to do."

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Caputo, Mazzeo, Burzichelli & Mukherji Bill to Help Clear Way for Sports Betting in NJ Now Law

Directive issued by governor last month allowing sports wagering in state without fear of criminal prosecution has been challenged by pro sports leagues & NCAA
As the legal battle to bring sports betting to New Jersey continues, legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Ralph Caputo (D-Essex), Vincent Mazzeo (D-Atlantic), John Burzichelli (D-Cumberland/Gloucester/Salem) and Raj Mukherji (D-Hudson) to rescind the state's ban on sports betting and reinforce its legal argument has been signed by the governor.

"The gaming industry in New Jersey is struggling. Allowing sports betting in our casinos and racetracks can give the industry a much needed boost," said Caputo. "The third circuit court made it clear there was nothing in New Jersey law preventing the state from repealing its sports wagering ban. Lifting the ban helps us clear yet another hurdle in the ongoing battle to finally bring sports betting to the state."

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Caputo, Mazzeo, Burzichelli & Mukherji Bill to Help Clear Way for Sports Betting in NJ Heads to Governor's Desk

Directive issued by governor last month allowing sports wagering in state without fear of criminal prosecution has been challenged by pro sports leagues & NCAA
(TRENTON) - As the legal battle to bring sports betting to New Jersey continues, legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Ralph Caputo (D-Essex), Vincent Mazzeo (D-Atlantic), John Burzichelli (D-Cumberland/Gloucester/Salem) and Raj Mukherji (D-Hudson) to rescind the state's ban on sports betting and reinforce its legal argument received final legislative approval Thursday and now heads to the governor's desk..

"The gaming industry in New Jersey is struggling. Allowing sports betting in our casinos and racetracks can give the industry a much needed boost,.." said Caputo.

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Prieto-led Vocational Education Improvement Bills Approved by Senate

Bills Also Sponsored by Diegnan, Lagana, Oliver, Jimenez, Pintor Marin, Lampitt, Garcia, Benson, Caputo, Riley, Eustace & Mainor

Five bills sponsored by Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto to enhance and expand vocational programs throughout New Jersey were approved Tuesday by the Senate, giving four of the bills final legislative approval.

"We have to make clear that there are many well-paying careers that can be launched with an industry credential or an associate's degree," said Prieto (D-Hudson/Bergen). "As we continue to work to revitalize our economy, employers will look to county vocational-technical schools to meet this need. This bill package will make sure our students are ready to go..."

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