Editorial: Support for Casagrande’s Bill Creating Domestic Violence Courts

Source: Star-Ledger – In the wake of Ray Rice’s brutal punch to his fiancée, a number of New Jersey lawmakers have come forward with ideas to help victims of domestic violence. The latest is to create new courts devoted exclusively to these cases. State Assemblywomen Carolina Casagrande (R-Monmouth) and Pamela Lampitt (D-Camden) recently introduced a …

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Gove joins Alzheimer’s study commission

Source: The Galloway Current – Ninth District Assemblywoman DiAnne C. Gove of Long Beach Township has been named to the state’s Alzheimer’s Disease Study Commission. The Commission, which was proposed by the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Chapter of New Jersey, was established through legislation authored by Gove and her district colleagues Assemblyman Brian E. Rumpf and …

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Casagrande’s Plan for Domestic Violence Courts [video]

Source: NJTV Online [video] – “What I’m proposing … is a new court that really deals with domestic violence, comprehensively, that allows for a courtroom that will have the resources and the support network we need for these victims, and the perpetrators, as well as judges and prosecutors and defenders who are specially trained in …

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As red-light camera pilot nearing end in N.J., no decision on extension

Source: NewsWorks – As the controversial pilot program allowing 24 New Jersey towns to use red-light cameras nears expiration in December, there is a large difference of opinion on whether it should continue. But Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon, an outspoken critic of the program, said the red-light camera setups are just a way for towns get …

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NJ SEED names Brown outstanding legislator

Source: Shore News Today – The New Jersey Society for Environmental Economic Development presented state Assemblyman Chris Brown with the Arthur T. Young Outstanding Legislator Award at its Economic Summit at Caesars Atlantic City. Brown, who represents the 2nd District, was recognized for his “good work and leadership for his caucus and the people of …

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Casagrande Recognizes Seabrook Bridge Builders of Hope

Assembly Republican Press Release – Volunteer Program at Seabrook Continues to Assist County Non-profit by Providing Food, Clothing and Other Items to Needy Families Three years ago Seabrook residents Beverly Hausker and Bobbie Ostar learned of a Monmouth County non-profit organization run by Kathy Logan called Bridges at the Shore. This group’s aim is to …

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Fiocchi Holds Second Productive Law Enforcement Roundtable

Source: Cape May County Herald – Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi gathered with law enforcement representatives and local officials from the First Legislative District on Monday to continue discussing ways to work cooperatively on issues ranging from security in schools, drug epidemics and gang problems. This is the second meeting Fiocchi has held with officials and the …

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Simon & Ciattarelli to be Commended Taxpayer Advocacy Group’s Luncheon

Source: Assembly Republican Press Release – Assembly Republicans Donna Simon and Jack Ciattarelli will be recognized for their tireless efforts to reduce the cost of government and save taxpayers’ money at the Americans for Prosperity New Jersey’s Liberty Luncheon, Wednesday, Oct. 22. The lunch begins at Noon at The Flemington Woman’s Club at 43 Park …

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Rible: Cyber Attack Attempts Illustrate Need to Protect Student Data

Assembly Republican Press Release – State Attorney General Says 1 Million Attempts per Month Made to Hack State Info Assemblyman Dave Rible said a recent report by the state attorney general that New Jersey faces more than a million hacking attempts per month underscores the need to enact legislation he sponsors (A-2724) that safeguards information …

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Bramnick’s Cyber Summit: How Can Data Breaches Be Stopped?

Source: NJ 101.5 – It seems like every week we’re hearing about some new data breach involving a major business or corporation. Many New Jerseyans are wondering if this problem will continue to get worse, or if something can be done about it. “Cyber-security continues to be a huge challenge and part of the problem …

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