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Oliver, Bramnick, Benson & Green Bill to Grant College Credit to Students Completing Jersey Boys and Girls State Programs Clears Senate PanelAssembly approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver, Republican Leader Jon M. Bramnick, Assemblyman Daniel Benson and Assemblyman Jerry Green to give students participating in the American Legion Jersey Boys State or the American Legion Auxiliary Jersey Girls State programs college credit for successfully completing the week-long course in government was released Thursday by a Senate panel.
"These are exemplary students and potential leaders in government," said Oliver (D-Essex). "Chosen for their interest in civics and academic excellence, the students deserve credit for the intensive study and participation that is required of them while in this program. Let's give them a head start as a reward for their hard work..."
Singleton, Conaway, Moriarty, Green & Lampitt Bill to Help Small Business "Go Green" Advances(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Troy Singleton, Herb Conaway, Jr., M.D., Paul D. Moriarty, Jerry Green and Pamela Lampitt to provide loans to small businesses to cover costs recently passed the full Assembly 74-4. The measure will now head to the Senate for further consideration.
"For small businesses, finding ways to keep costs down is important in today's economy," said Singleton (D-Burlington). "Ensuring that small business owners are afforded the tools to conserve energy where they can is a good investment of State resources."
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…