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Assembly Labor Committee Approves Employee Fair Wage Bills

Bills sponsored by Assembly Democrats Joann Downey, Pamela Lampitt, Gary Schaer, Eric Houghtaling, Daniel Benson, Wayne DeAngelo and Gordon Johnson

Continuing to make strides in protecting and promoting fair wages for employees in New Jersey, the Assembly Labor Committee approved a package of bills Thursday that would ensure working-and middle-class families are receiving the pay they deserve.

“In an ideal world, your gender would not influence how much you earn at work. But that’s not the world we live in,” said Downey (D-Monmouth). “This provides a means of narrowing the wage gap by making it less likely for employers to unintentionally perpetuate the gap by basing salary offers for new hires on their previous salary, which has a disproportionate impact on female hires.”

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Johnson Statement on Anniversary of Parkland Shooting One Year Ago

Assemblyman Gordon Johnson (D-Bergen) released the following statement on the anniversary of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida that claimed the lives of 17 innocent people:

“We’re fighting an epidemic in this country: Gun Violence. From Columbine to Parkland one year ago today, as a nation, we will never forget witnessing fear, the heartbreak of friends, families and the loss of hundreds of lives in mass shootings. Generations of children have grown up immersed in communities threatened by gun violence and are now witnessing it on a larger scale in communities across the nation. It has to stop. We still stand with Parkland students, who have taken their message to a public platform; enough is enough." For More             
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