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Quijano, Mukherji, Vainieri Huttle, Eustace, Jones & McKeon Measure to Secure At-Risk Nonprofits Clears AssemblyPilot Program Would Allow Vulnerable Entities to Receive Security Funding
Legislation Assembly Democrats Annette Quijano, Raj Mukherji, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Tim Eustace, Patricia Egan Jones and John McKeon sponsored to increase security at New Jersey nonprofit organizations determined to be at an elevated risk for attacks gained General Assembly approval on Thursday.
"As I discussed this issue with different nonprofits within and outside of my district, I began to see that members of these communities have a legitimate concern regarding their safety," said Quijano (D-Union). "As chair of the Assembly Homeland Security and State Preparedness Committee, I believe we have an obligation to ensure that they have personnel on-site who can prevent and protect New Jersey residents from acts of targeted violence."
Jones, Mosquera & Sumter Bill to Prevent Gun Violence Among Individuals with Mental Disorders Clears AssemblyMental Illness, Access to Firearms Major Risk Factors for Suicide
Legislation Assembly Democrats Patricia Egan Jones, Gabriela Mosquera and Shavonda Sumter sponsored to prevent individuals with an elevated risk of engaging in violence due to mental illness from causing harm to themselves and others gained approval from the General Assembly on Thursday.
"For someone who may be struggling with disturbing thoughts, having access to a firearm significantly increases the likelihood of suicide," said Jones (D-Camden/Gloucester). "By reducing their access to a lethal weapon, New Jersey can help prevent fatalities among those with serious mental health concerns."