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Legislation Improving Concussion Management Clears Committee

Raising awareness of the effects concussions can have - especially on student athletes, two measures sponsored by Assembly Democrats Pamela Lampitt, Dan Benson, Mila Jasey, Gordon Johnson, Gabriela Mosquera, Nancy Pinkin, Angelica Jimenez, and Benjie Wimberly were approved by the Assembly Education Committee on Thursday.

“Concussions, especially in young people, should not be taken lightly. When a child suffers a concussion, there needs to be proper procedures in place for his or her return to school and learning,” said Lampitt (D-Camden/Burlington). “This bill will help ensure the utmost caution is taken during their return to school in order to ease their transition back into the classroom and avoid further injuring themselves.”

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Pinkin Statement on Offshore Wind Discussion at Thursday’s Assembly Environment and Solid Waste Committee Hearing

Assembly Environment and Solid Waste Committee Chairperson Nancy Pinkin (D-Middlesex) issued the following statement on Thursday’s discussion on New Jersey’s offshore wind prospects during the committee hearing:

“I want to thank all those who came to testify today on the pressing need to utilize more offshore wind as a renewable energy source…"

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Pinkin Bill Expanding Role of Pharmacy Interns, Externs to Administer Vaccines Clears Assembly Committee

Pinkin, Giblin, Jasey Bill Allowing Pharmacy Interns, Externs to Give Injectable Meds Clears Assembly Committee

Would Require Supervision of Licensed Pharmacist

Two bills designed to help ease healthcare delivery by allowing pharmacy interns and externs to administer vaccines and injectable medications while gaining, under supervision, critical hands-on training, advanced in the Assembly Monday.

The combined bills (A-342, A-343) would allow pharmacy interns and externs to administer vaccines, injectable medications, biologicals and immunizations to patients by injectable or needle free delivery methods, but only under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist.

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