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To help ensure that communities can enjoy their home’s surroundings, a bill that would require the responsible parties of vacant and abandoned properties to register them in the municipality where they are located was released by the Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee on June 6.



PISCATAWAY – With the stroke of his pen, Governor Murphy expanded New Jersey’s paid family leave program from six to 12 weeks and increased the amount of money people can potentially receive during a bill-signing ceremony on Tuesday. 

Setting the project guidelines in conjunction with the state of New York, legislation creating the Gateway Development Commission — sponsored by Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin and the Assembly Transportation Chair Daniel Benson — cleared its first legislative hurdle Thursday.