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Assembly Approves Wimberly & Mainor Bill to Create Specialty License Plate for Renowned Organization for African-American MenBill Creates Omega Psi Phi License Plates
- The General Assembly recently approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Benjie E. Wimberly and Charles Mainor to create a New Jersey specialty license plate for the fraternal organization, Omega Psi Phi.
"Specialty license plates allow residents to proudly exhibit their support for a worthy cause, a hobby or an organization," said Wimberly (D-Bergen/Passaic). "Omega Psi Phi would be added to the state list of national service organizations that residents can represent with a specialty license plate. Its members who live and work in New Jersey would have another way to show pride in an organization with a long, esteemed presence in America..."
Coutinho, Singleton, Watson Coleman, Ramos, Green & Conaway & Wimberly's Sweeping Economic Development Incentive Reform Legislation OK'd by AssemblyLegislation Assembly Democrats Albert Coutinho, Troy Singleton, Bonnie Watson Coleman, Ruben J. Ramos Jr., Jerry Green, Herb Conaway M.D. and Benjie Wimberly introduced to boost New Jersey's job creation efforts by revamping and streamlining the state's economic development tax incentives was approved Monday by the Assembly.
"We want businesses to bring new jobs to New Jersey and preserve the ones they already provide. This merger of five incentive programs into two will enhance the ability of the state to attract and retain businesses to further the overarching goal of creating and retaining jobs," said Coutinho…
Assembly Democratic Bill to Create Task Force Charged with Studying & Developing Recommendations to Make NJ Schools Safer Heads to Governor's Desk
Wilson, Johnson, Wagner, Lampitt, Wimberly, Quijano & Riley are sponsoring the billLegislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gilbert "Whip" L. Wilson, Gordon Johnson, Connie Wagner, Pamela R. Lampitt, Benjie E. Wimberly, Annette Quijano and Celeste Riley to create a task force charged with making recommendations to improve security and makes schools safer received final legislative approval Monday and now heads to the governor's desk.
"The Newtown shooting showed us that evil can strike anywhere, even in a school filled with small, defenseless children," said Wilson (D-Camden/Gloucester). "This bill helps ensure a safer learning environment for students and staff members by creating a special task force charged with developing strategies to help address school safety issues and hopefully prevent another tragedy..."