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Mosquera, Holley, Moriarty & Quijano Bill to Promote Communication Between Comptroller, Governor & Legislature Regarding Audits Clears Assembly

Legislation Assembly Democrats Gabriela Mosquera, Jamel Holley, Paul Moriarty and Annette Quijano sponsored to ensure that both the executive and legislature branches are familiar with the steps government entities are taking to increase efficiency recently gained approval from the General Assembly.

"The governor and the legislature determine how much of the taxpayers' money goes toward certain government agencies," said Mosquera (D-Camden/Mosquera). "The people of New Jersey deserve to know that these agencies are making the best use of their hard-earned money. It's important that the executive and legislature branches are apprised of all the comptroller's reviews and thus able to keep state entities accountable."

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Holley, Jasey, McKnight and Quijano Legislation to Enhance Security & Safety Measures in NJ's Schools Goes to Governor

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Jamel Holley, Mila Jasey, Angela McKnight and Annette Quijano to enhance security in New Jersey's schools and better protect students and teachers from a wide range of potential threats was approved Thursday by the Senate, giving it final legislative approval.

"We've learned some hard lessons over the years about the dangers facing our schools and our students," said Holley (D-Union). "It is critical that we educate school staff about the best safety practices, and keep security and safety measures at the forefront when building new schools and renovating existing ones. Investing in the safety of our students and school staff is a must..."

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