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TUESDAY: Eustace Continues to Raise Awareness of Native Bat Population in NJ

Asm. Tim Eustace Assembly Environment and Solid Waste Committee Chair Tim Eustace (D-Bergen/Passaic) on Friday announced plans to observe the state's native bat species in its natural habitat and discuss "White Nose Syndrome," a deadly disease affecting North American bats.

"Just in the last few years, nearly 80 percent of all bats in New Jersey have been wiped out due to White Nose Syndrome. The severe decline in the bat population has forced farmers to spend a great deal more on pesticides to fight against insects that bats would normally eat," said Eustace, who has sponsored a number of bills to raise awareness and revitalize the native bat population in New Jersey. "Tuesday will be an enlightening excursion for all who attend. By learning more about this species, we will be able to determine more ways that we can help fight against extinction of the native bat population."

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Vainieri Huttle, Eustace, Pinkin, Jasey & Johnson Bill to Protect Transgender Persons from Discrimination in Health-Care Coverage Now Law

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Tim Eustace, Nancy Pinkin, Mila Jasey and Gordon Johnson to prohibit health insurers from denying transgender individuals health care coverage based on gender identity has been signed into law.

"Now more than ever, we need to stand up for those who are being marginalized," said Vainieri Huttle (D-Bergen). "Antiquated policies and attitudes towards transgender individuals have led to discrimination, violence, depression and suicide. While tremendous strides have been made in recent years to advance equality for members of the 'LGB' community, much more still needs to be done to help protect our brothers and sisters in the 'T' community."

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