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Johnson, Vainieri Huttle, Eustace, Schaer, McKeon & Muoio Legislation to Crack Down on Bias-Based False Threats Clears Assembly

Bill was inspired by string of bomb threats that rocked Jewish Community Centers in New Jersey & across the country earlier this year
The full Assembly on Monday unanimously approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gordon Johnson, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Tim Eustace, Gary Schaer, John McKeon and Elizabeth Maher Muoio to stiffen the penalties for creating a false public alarm in light of the string of bomb threats that rocked the Jewish community in New Jersey and throughout the country earlier this year.

"This sends a strong message that hate-based intimidation will not be tolerated," said Johnson (D-Bergen). "While the persistent threats we saw earlier this year may have subsided, we want to make it clear that these types of bigoted threats will not be tolerated in our state."

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McKeon Questions How Christie Can Support Horizon Plan Without Expert Input

Assemblyman Calls Plan "Reckless, Irresponsible and Jeopardizes the Security of the Health Insurance that Protects 3.8 Million New Jerseyans"
(TRENTON) - Assemblyman John McKeon issued on Friday the following statement:
"Last week we learned from the Banking and Insurance Commissioner that the Governor hasn't involved him nor any of the hundreds of experts at the Department in developing his legislation to fundamentally and drastically alter laws that have for decades served well the 3.8 million New Jerseyans who rely on Horizon for health insurance.

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Johnson, Vainieri Huttle, Eustace, Schaer & McKeon Legislation to Crack Down on Bias-Based False Threats Advances

Bill was inspired by string of bomb threats that rocked Jewish Community Centers in New Jersey & across the country earlier this year
An Assembly panel on Thursday approved legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gordon Johnson, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Tim Eustace, Gary Schaer and John McKeon to stiffen the penalties for creating a false public alarm in light of the string of bomb threats that rocked the Jewish community in New Jersey and throughout the country earlier this year.

"This sends a strong message that hate-based intimidation will not be tolerated," said Johnson (D-Bergen). "While the persistent threats we saw earlier this year may have subsided, we want to make it clear that these types of bigoted threats will not be tolerated in our state."

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McKeon & Danielsen Bill to Ban Smokeless Tobacco from Public Schools Gains Assembly Panel Approval

An Assembly panel on Thursday approved legislation sponsored by Assemblymen John McKeon (D-Essex/Morris) and Joe Danielsen (D-Middlesex/Somerset) to prohibit the use of smokeless tobacco in New Jersey's public schools.

"The use of smokeless tobacco increases the risk of certain cancers, such as esophageal cancer and various types of oral cancer," said McKeon. "It should not be allowed in schools where impressionable young people may see it as a harmless substitute for cigarettes."
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McKeon Urges Entire NJ House Delegation to Support Independent Commission to Investigate Foreign Efforts to Undermine American Democracy

In light of the growing list of concerns surrounding the Trump administration, Assembly Judiciary Committee Chair John F. McKeon sent a letter Thursday to New Jersey's entire House delegation urging them to support the creation of an independent, bipartisan commission to investigate whether any foreign entities have attempted to manipulate or undermine public trust in the country's system of democracy.

A full copy of McKeon's letter can be viewed here.

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Assemblyman John F. McKeon Main Page