To ensure the rebuilding process leaves New Jersey in a stronger position to face future storms, the state Senate budget panel will hold a series of hearings in areas of the state hardest hit by Superstorm Sandy.
State Senator Dick Codey is blasting the Christie Administration over a backlog for out-of-work New Jerseyans appealing the denial of unemployment benefits. They say for some the wait can be up to six months.
The "New Jersey Security and Financial Empowerment Act" or the "NJ SAFE Act," would provide 20 days of unpaid leave time to an employee who is the victim of domestic violence or sexual assault or whose family or household member was the victim.
Today, the State Senate and the General Assembly will vote on a measure to place a question on this November's ballot asking New Jersey voters if they'd like to amend the constitution to force judges to contribute more for the pensions and health benefits.
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