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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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Assembly Approves Downey, Mosquera, Spencer, Danielsen & Houghtaling Legislation Strengthening Protections, Raising Awareness of Unsecured Baby Monitors

(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Joann Downey, Gabriela Mosquera L. Grace Spencer, Joe Danielsen and Eric Houghtaling to establish protections for families who use baby monitors with an internet connection was approved, 69-4-5, by the full Assembly on Monday.

"In this age of technology, even baby monitors with the ability to connect to the internet can be dangerous for families to have in their homes," said Downey (D- Monmouth). "Baby monitors that broadcast live audio and video feeds over the internet can be viewed remotely by unknown persons on a computer, cellular telephone, tablet, or other internet-connected advice. This should be a cause for alarm for manufacturers and a reason to strengthen security protections for these devices."

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Assembly Dems' Bill to Toughen Penalty for Strangulation in Domestic Violence Cases Approved by Assembly

(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Reed Gusciora, Troy Singleton, Joseph Lagana, Pamela Lampitt, Elizabeth Muoio, Marlene Caride, L. Grace Spencer, Gabriela Mosquera and Cleopatra Tucker to raise the penalty for the crime of strangulation in domestic violence cases cleared the Assembly on Monday, 77-0.

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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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