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Trenton –In an effort to better equip New Jersey for any future public health crises, members of the Legislature have introduced bipartisan legislation to authorize New Jersey manufacturers to convert their productions to focus on creating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which many were unable to do during the pandemic without federal approval. The bill, S-2991/A-4811, would create a state-level certification program to allow manufacturers in the state to produce PPE. The measure would help to strengthen our stockpiles, which faced severe shortages of masks, gloves,

Measure Sponsored by Assembly Democrats Vainieri Huttle & Speight, Assembly Republicans Schepisi & DeCroce  (TRENTON)- With the goal to provide greater oversight of long-term care facilities, particularly those with ongoing compliance issues, repeated complaints and performance issues, bipartisan legislation aimed to hold non-compliant facilities accountable for deficiencies was approved Thursday by the Assembly Aging and Senior Services Committee.           “Over the last three inspection cycles, less than 100 of New Jersey’s nursing homes were fined for deficiencies, but about 41 percent of facilities - about 150 - in

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce’s bill (A1366) to assist the auto sales by ensuring dealers can offer subscription programs as an alternative to leasing or purchasing a vehicle passed the state Assembly Thursday. “The passing of this bill will help everyone involved during these tough and uncertain times,” said DeCroce (R-Morris). “The auto dealers now have another revenue stream, while offering consumers the ability to use a vehicle a few months without getting into a long lease or contract.  It’s a win-win situation.”Audi, Cadillac, and

I want to sincerely thank everyone who came out Tuesday to re-elect me as your Assemblywoman in the 26th District. It’s humbling, as well as inspiring to have such overwhelming support for the things I am working hard to accomplish as your state representative in Trenton. With the Legislature about to reconvene, I am continuing to focus on the issues that impact all of us who live in New Jersey. As I mentioned during my campaign, I have been pushing for an audit of the $28

For Immediate Release.Contact: Brian T. Murray  (862) 701-5156 Parsippany, NJ - Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce, a life-long supporter of job creation and rebuilding New Jersey’s infrastructure, was endorsed today by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Worker, Local 102, in Parsippany. “We have always supported BettyLou DeCroce, and we always will. She is a hardworking, dedicated legislator and we stand by her re-election again this year,” said IBEW 102 Business Manager Patrick R. Delle Cava. The members of IBEW Local 102 have served the communities of New Jersey and

For Immediate Release.Contact: Brian T. Murray  (862) 701-5156 Parsippany, NJ - The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the non-partisan and non-profit voice of small businesses for over 75 years, announced its endorsement of Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce for re-election because of her work to help small businesses thrive in New Jersey. “Your election is not only critical to the small-business owners in your district, but also to protecting free enterprise across the state. On behalf of all NFIB members, we look forward to standing with

For Immediate Release.Contact: Brian T. Murray  (862) 701-5156 Parsippany, NJ - The New Jersey Organization for a Better State (NEW JOBS) today endorsed Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce for re-election, noting her tireless efforts in Trenton to improve the Garden State economy and create private sector jobs by fighting for pro-business policies that allow both small and large businesses to grow and maintain the type of employment that sustains  New Jersey families. “The only way for New Jersey’s economy and job market to experience the type of boom witnessed

Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroc’s Bill to Appropriate $4M Annually to the Lake Hopatcong Commission Moves Forward For Immediate Release.Contact: Brian T. Murray  (862) 701-5156                                        Parsippany - Legislation introduced by Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce (R-26) to increase the state’s annual funding to the Lake Hopatcong Commission from $500,000 to $4 million is being introduced in the state Senate. The Senate version of A-5763 is being introduced by Steve Oroho (R-24), who is

For immediate release, contact Brian T. MurraySeptember 18. 2019BettyLou4NJAssembly.com Parsippany, NJ - Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce, a strong supporter of law enforcement and the officers patrolling our communities, has been endorsed by the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association (NJPBA) in her re-election to the 26th District covering Morris, Essex and Passaic counties. “I will always be there for our law enforcement officers because they have always been there for my constituents, my family and my neighbors whenever we needed help. It is a great honor to

Parsippany, NJ - Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce, a life-long supporter of improving education and maintaining quality teachers in Garden State schools, was endorsed by the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) in her re-election to the 26th District covering Morris, Essex and Passaic counties. “I’m honored to be among the state legislators supported by the NJEA this year. Even before I came into the Legislature in 2012 and landed on the Assembly education committee, I had always been supportive of our hard working teachers and deeply interested in