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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             

Lampitt, Vainieri Huttle, & Benson Bill to Protect Chronically Ill Patients from Losing Coverage for Critical Medications Clears Assembly Panel

Aiming to help patients with complex or chronic medical conditions or rare diseases continue to have access to vital medications, legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Pamela Lampitt, Valerie Vainieri Huttle and Daniel Benson was approved Monday by an Assembly panel.

"Many patients who are suffering from a chronic medical condition find themselves in the lurch when health insurers stop carrying the medicine they need to manage their disease or illness," said Lampitt (D-Camden, Burlington). "This legislation will help ensure patients with a chronic medical condition receive the medicine they need to live their best lives."

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Vainieri Huttle & Pinkin Bill to Conduct Study of Untested Rape Kits in NJ Clears Assembly Panel

An Assembly panel on Thursday released legislation sponsored by Assembly Members Valerie Vainieri Huttle and Nancy Pinkin to conduct a study of untested sexual assault exam kits in the state to get clarity on the policies and procedures that regulate the testing, and what the state can do differently to empower victims who might be reluctant to report these crimes.

“Now more than ever we see how difficult it is for victims to come forward and report their perpetrators. Having this information and understanding the process can help ensure that victims of sexual violence get justice, and that perpetrators are held accountable,” said Vainieri Huttle (D-Bergen).

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