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Assembly Democratic Legislation to Boost Funding for Women’s Health Care Heads to Governor

Bills Would Expand Medicaid Coverage for Women's Health, Provide $7.5M for Family Planning

A two-bill package sponsored by Assembly Democrats to boost funding in the state's budget for health care for low- and middle-income women and their children gained approval from the General Assembly and the Senate on Monday. The measures now head to the governor's desk.

"This legislation represents the fundamental idea that all residents of New Jersey have a right to health care and the freedom to make personal choices about their well-being - regardless of gender or income level," said Pintor Marin (D-Essex). "This legislation will go a long way toward helping more women in New Jersey take charge of their health."

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Prieto, Jimenez, Giblin & Caputo Bill Asking Voters to Ensure Public Employee Pension Funding Gains Assembly Approval

Voters Would Consider Requiring ˝ Payment Starting in 2017 & Full Payment Starting in 2021
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto and Assembly Democrats Angelica Jimenez, Thomas Giblin and Ralph Caputo asking voters to amend the state Constitution to require the state to fund the pensions of public employees on a timely basis was approved 50-25-2 by the General Assembly on Monday.

The bill is also poised for approval by the Senate this week and will then head to the voters for approval in November.

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Assembly Democratic Legislation to Boost Funding for Women’s Health Care Clears Committee

Bills Would Expand Medicaid Coverage for Women's Health, Provide $7.5M for Family Planning

A two-bill package sponsored by Assembly Democrats to boost funding for health care for low- and middle-income women and their children in the state's budget was advanced by an Assembly committee on Thursday.

"This legislation represents the fundamental idea that all residents of New Jersey have a right to health care and the freedom to make personal choices about their well-being - regardless of gender or income level," said Pintor Marin (D-Essex). "It will go a long way toward helping more women in New Jersey take charge of their health."

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