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12/12/17- STATE TROOPERS ASSOCIATIONS SUPPORT NJ ATTORNEY GENERAL NOMINEE

STATE TROOPERS ASSOCIATIONS SUPPORT NJ ATTORNEY GENERAL NOMINEE December 12, 2017 The New Jersey State Troopers Associations strongly support the nomination of Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir S. Grewal for Attorney General. Prosecutor Grewal’s professionalism, record of accomplishments, knowledge and experience bring a highly qualified nominee to lead the Department of Law and Public Safety. We … Continue reading “12/12/17- STATE TROOPERS ASSOCIATIONS SUPPORT NJ ATTORNEY GENERAL NOMINEE”

NJSEED: NJ State Troopers Unions Open House Invitation

Please see the wonderful invitation from NJ SEED 3rd Vice President Chris Burgos for all NJ SEED members. -Michael Drulis NJ SEED Executive Director  

2017 Life Sciences Celebration

2017 Life Sciences Celebration The 2017 Life Sciences Celebration was hosted by NJ SEED member,  the HealthCare Institute of New Jersey (HINJ)  Thursday, October 12th with a complimentary breakfast for guests and an opportunity to network with other attendees. The following awards were given and people recognized: The Honorable Bob Franks Public Service Award was … Continue reading “2017 Life Sciences Celebration”

Trooper Brian Malast Van Fundraiser

On October 23rd, 2005, New Jersey State Trooper Brian Malast while on duty and on patrol in a marked State Police vehicle, was involved in a very serious motor vehicle accident. Brian was airlifted from the crash scene and flown to Cooper Trauma Center in Camden. Doctors and other medical personnel saved his life but … Continue reading “Trooper Brian Malast Van Fundraiser”

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Legislative Updates

11/13/17- 7 things to know about your next N.J. Assembly speaker

7 things to know about your next N.J. Assembly speaker November 13, 2017 | Nj.com Assemblyman Craig J. Coughlin (D.,Middlesex) has been selected to be the next N.J Assembly speaker. The two term incumbent Assemblyman Vincent Prieto (D., Hudson) dropped his bid for the speakership after intense pressure from within the Democratic Party to step … Continue reading “11/13/17- 7 things to know about your next N.J. Assembly speaker”

Candidate Murphy Makes Big Promises on NJ Transit, Doesn’t Rule Out Tax Hike

Candidate Murphy Makes Big Promises on NJ Transit, Doesn’t Rule Out Tax Hike NJSPOTLIGHT.COM | May 5, 2017 Democratic frontrunner to succeed Gov. Christie is latest to give prescription for mass-transit woes. How long will commuters remain patient? Commuters who take New Jersey Transit trains to work every day are once again struggling with regular … Continue reading “Candidate Murphy Makes Big Promises on NJ Transit, Doesn’t Rule Out Tax Hike”

State Allocates $59 Million for Open Space, Recreational Facilities

State Allocates $59 Million for Open Space, Recreational Facilities NJSPOTLIGHT.COM | May 9, 2017 Money is first to come from 2014 constitutional amendment to use portion of corporate business taxes to protect undeveloped land, finance recreational projects.  For the first time in more than two years, the state is awarding money to preserve open space … Continue reading “State Allocates $59 Million for Open Space, Recreational Facilities”

OLS Projects New Jersey Taxes Will Be $223M Short

  OLS Projects New Jersey Taxes Will Be $223M Short NJSPOTLIGHT | April 7, 2017 A booming stock market usually bodes well for New Jersey’s budget but, despite a recent Wall Street hot streak, there’s some growing concern about whether a new round of spending cuts will be needed before the state closes its fiscal … Continue reading “OLS Projects New Jersey Taxes Will Be $223M Short”

Legislative Update: 02/06/17

Senate Economic Growth SR75: Urges BPU, DEP, NJT, and Governor to reject Jersey Central Power & Light’s application to undertake Monmouth County Reliability Project. This Senate resolution urges the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (board), the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), the New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ Transit), and the Governor of New Jersey to … Continue reading “Legislative Update: 02/06/17”

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