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Lopez, Holley & Kennedy Bill Creating "Anti-Hunger Link" on State Executive Department Websites Continues Advancing in Assembly

(TRENTON) - In an effort to make emergency food programs easily accessible to New Jersey residents, legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Yvonne Lopez, Jamel Holley and James Kennedy that would establish an "Anti-Hunger Link" on the official website of every state executive department was approved Monday by the Assembly Appropriations Committee.

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Vainieri Huttle & Lopez Bill to Combat Inmate Abuse at NJ's Only Women's Prison Advanced by Assembly Panel

Bill is One of Five Measures Prompted by Allegations of Systemic Sexual Abuse & Civil Rights Violations at Edna Mahan Correctional Facility

(TRENTON) - Setting guidelines to assist victims of sexual assault in the New Jersey's only women's prison, legislation sponsored by Assemblywomen Valerie Vainieri Huttle and Yvonne Lopez to address sexual misconduct and abuse against female prisoners by correctional staff cleared the Assembly Appropriations Committee on Monday. For More             


Wimberly, Jasey, Mukherji, & Lopez Bill Creating Hunger-Free Campus Grant Program Advances in Assembly

To combat food insecurity on college campuses, the Assembly Appropriations Committee approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Benjie Wimberly, Mila Jasey, Raj Mukherji and Yvonne Lopez to establish a program that would provide grants to institutions designated by the Secretary of Higher Education as hunger-free campuses.

"Hunger does not discriminate," said Wimberly (D-Bergen/Passaic). "It affects all types of people - from those living in small communities to those living on college campuses. College meal plans can be costly for many families and students, and this grant money will significantly help our hard-working students who are in need of food assistance while they are getting an education."

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