Bramnick: Indictment of Gov. Perry Should Scare All Elected Officials and All Americans

Assembly Republican Press Release – Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick, R-Union, Morris and Somerset, issued the following statement regarding the indictment of Texas Gov. Rick Perry: “Although I do not agree with all of Governor Perry’s policy positions, I am a supporter of the American justice system. The system should avoid any appearance of political …

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O’SCANLON: REDFLEX INDICTMENT SHOULD COME AS A SURPRISE TO NO ONE

Source: Press Release – Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon issued the following statement on the recent indictment of a former Redflex CEO on charges she and a top Chicago City Hall manager conspired to rig the camera business for a decade. Karen Finley, a Redflex executives who was let go amid the scandal, was indicted for her …

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Brown calls for continued support of Israel

Source: Shorenewstoday.com – Assemblyman Chris Brown today announced a resolution to be considered by the Assembly supporting Israel’s right to defend itself against missiles and tunnels from Gaza by Hamas terrorists. “There can be no question that Israel has the right to defend itself from terrorist attacks,” Brown said. “The state of Israel needs our …

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Ciattarelli-Simon Urge Congressional Support to Reduce Dangers in Transporting Oil

Assembly Republican Press Release – Today, 16th District legislators Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli and Assemblywoman Donna Simon called on New Jersey’s Congressional delegation to support newly proposed federal regulations for rail tank cars carrying crude oil. It is estimated that seven million gallons of crude oil is shipped daily by rail from North Dakota through New …

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Bramnick on George Washington Bridge scandal legal costs soaring

Gannett News – The law firm defending Gov. Chris Christie’s administration in the George Washington Bridge scandal has billed $6.5 million for its work, new public records show. Along with other government legal costs related to the shutdown of bridge access lanes by Christie’s top aides, total expenditures now top $8.5 million. That money is …

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Auth Proposes MVC Fee Waiver To Update Organ Donor Information

Source: Assembly Republican Press Release – In an effort to recruit organ donors and save lives, Assemblyman Robert Auth of District 39 will introduce legislation to waive all Motor Vehicle Commission fees when drivers change their license to become organ donors before their expiration date. Currently, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC), in collaboration …

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Fiocchi Vows to Assist Residents Affected by Recent Flooding

Press Release – Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi, R-Atlantic, Cumberland and Cape May, voiced his concern today for residents affected by the recent flooding in Cumberland County. A storm dumped record amounts of rain, including 8 inches in Vineland and 9 inches in Millville Monday night into Tuesday. “My heart goes out to the residents who have …

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O’Scanlon: Healthcare Study Reinforces Importance of Commission

Assembly Republican Press Release – Assembly Republican Budget Officer Declan O’Scanlon, R-Monmouth, said the non-partisan report that public employee healthcare costs in New Jersey were among the highest in the country reinforces the importance of the study commission appointed by Gov. Christie last week. The commission is charged with finding ways to make pension and …

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Bramnick: Study Shows NJ Health Benefits One of Most Expensive in Nation Demonstrates Need for Further Review

Assembly Republican Press Release – Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick, R-Union, Morris and Somerset, said the recent report indicating New Jersey’s cost for public employee health benefits are the highest in the nation further supports the need for long-term planning committees. “New Jerseyans feel the pain of high property taxes and the long-term committees will …

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O’Scanlon confirms presence of ‘Central Jersey’ [video]

Source: NJ 101.5 [video] – Only in New Jersey can you find residents claiming their own section of the state. In part three of a week-long series, “New Jersey: A Divided State,” we continue to discuss the cultural differences between those in north Jersey and those in the south.   “We take all the best attributes …

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