Bill A360 passes Assembly 70 -1

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4/13/2018

Bill to Lift Fees Related to Security Freezes from Consumer Reports without Charge Passes.

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Assembly Panel Clears Bill Package to Uphold Net Neutrality in the Garden State

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Bayonne High School threat

 

“I commend Mayor Davis and interim Superintendent Wanko for the rapid response to the perceived threat at Bayonne High school.  As parents of three young boys, Nancy and I are concerned and sensitive to any potential threats.” Said Chiaravalloti (D-Hudson)

“I was proud of how Mayor Davis,  interim Superintendent Wanko and Bayonne Police Department responded to today’s incident.  In the Assembly, I voted in favor of legislation which created a special class of law enforcement officers to undergo specialized training covering security issues that routinely arise in the school setting.  I am encouraged that Bayonne is working to  implement this new law.” Said Chiaravalloti (D-Hudson)

Please see link. Christie signs bill letting armed, retired cops provide security in N.J. schools


Assemblyman Chiaravalloti recognizes 50th anniversary of NJ EOF


Today's vote on socks for the Homeless Day

Today Assemblyman Chiaravalloti had the honor of hosting a young Bayonne resident, Jaeanna Elizabeth Wilson. Jeanna has been doing fantastic charitable work for the homeless population in our community. She accompanied the Assemblyman down to the New Jersey State house for a legislation designating Feb 14th as "Socks for the Homeless Day".  #BayonnePride#Socksforthehomeless

 

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Chiaravalloti asks state comptroller to investigate NJ Reach

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2/8/2018

Chiaravalloti asks state comptroller to investigate NJ Reach

(Bayonne)- Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti (D-31) has requested that the New Jersey State Comptroller investigate all funds that had been appropriated for the NJ Reach project. The NJ Reach project was created under former Governor Chris Christie to raise awareness about the opioid epidemic. Funds were re-appropriated from underfunded programs and directed to a fund
that was solely dedicated to the creation of advertisements for NJ Reach.


Chiaravalloti voiced his concerns: “The opioid epidemic has devastated New Jersey, nearly 2,000 individuals died from overdoses in 2016 alone. The legislature authorized the governor to create NJ Reach in good faith- this is a serious issue that needs to be addressed. But the governor took money away from pre-school expansion, school construction and college tuition grants. These are issues that are frequently discussed as being underfunded. It is bothersome that important funds were slashed to benefit the former governor and the consultants that created the advertisements.”

“These advertisements were designed to promote Christie and was not solely created for the victims and families of the opioid epidemic. This is clearly evident by Christie’s prominence in all the ads. These ads were costly, took away from necessary funds and had a limited shelf life. These ads are unusable by any administration. This money could have been spent on treatment
programs to directly assist victims of the epidemic- not wasted on production edits featuring Christie.” Said Chiaravalloti (D-31)


NJ Reach was created in 2017 and received budgeted funds for 2017 and 2018. In the two years, nearly 6 million dollars were redirected from preschool expansion aid and 19 million dollars were redirected from school construction fund. The program also received almost 9 million dollars in 2018 from the Tuition Aid Grant program.


“New Jerseyans have a right to know why these specific funds were chosen to be slashed, what was the process behind hiring consultants and who was involved in the program’s strategy. Why were funds mismanaged on ads that can only be used under one administration?” Stated Chiaravalloti (D-31)


Net Neutrality Executive Order

Governor Murphy and Chiaravalloti lead the way on Net Neutrality.

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Socks for the Homeless

Assemblyman Chiaravalloti discussing "Socks for the Homeless" Day. A young Bayonne resident, Jae Anna Elizabeth Wilson, has done excellent work collecting socks for the homeless population. #BayonnePride #Socksforthehomeless

Distracted Driving

"I have been working on raising awareness about the dangers of distracted driving since joining the NJ General Assembly.  The videos and outcomes from multiple studies are both startling and a warning.  This is an issue that needs to be taken seriously."

Please see link for full article 

http://www.nj.com/traffic/index.ssf/2018/01/doing_this_behind_the_wheel_caused_more_fatal_cras.html


Bill to Help Domestic Violence Victims Opt-Out of Bundled or Multi-Year Phone and Cable Contracts Signed Into Law

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1/18/2018

Chaparro & Chiaravalloti Bill to Help Domestic Violence Victims Opt-Out of Bundled or Multi-Year Phone and Cable Contracts Signed Into Law

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Bill Increasing Eligibility for Tuition Aid Grants Now Law

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1/18/2018

Caputo, Jasey, Karabinchak, Mukherji & Chiaravalloti Bill Increasing Eligibility for Tuition Aid Grants Now Law

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Statement on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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1/15/2018

Assemblyman Nicholas A. Chiaravalloti issued the following statement reflecting on diversity
and unity in advance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day:

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Assemblyman Chiaravalloti congratulates the B.E.O.F on state-issued award.

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1/11/2018

Joint Press Statement on B.E.O.F Award

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Update: Bill to help Colleges Better Serve LGBT Students Signed into Law

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1/9/2018

Jasey & Chiaravalloti Bill to Help Colleges Better Serve LGBT Students Signed into Law

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Watch Interview with Insider NJ:"Looking forward for the new term"

 


Cunningham and Chiaravalloti Expungement Reform Bill Package Designed to Help People Reclaim Their Lives Becomes Law

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12/20/2017

Cunningham and Chiaravalloti Expungement Reform Bill Package Designed to Help People Reclaim Their Lives Becomes Law

 

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Bill to Help Colleges Better Serve LGBT Students Heads to Governor’s Desk

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12/18/2017

Jasey & Chiaravalloti Bill to Help Colleges Better Serve LGBT Students Heads to Governor’s Desk

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Prevent Homelessness among Domestic Violence Victims Goes to Governor

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12/8/2017

Benson, Vainieri Huttle, Muoio, Mukherji, Chiaravalloti & Wimberly Bill to Prevent Homelessness among Domestic Violence Victims Goes to Governor

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Bill to Crack Down on Reckless Driving Clears Assembly

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12/7/2017

Wisniewski, McKnight, Chiaravalloti & Benson Bill to Crack Down on Reckless Driving Clears Assembly 

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Bills on EZ Pass Discounts Clears Assembly Panel

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12/4/2017

McKeon, Vainieri Huttle & Chiaravalloti Bills on EZ Pass Discounts Clears Assembly Panel

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Assemblymen Chiaravalloti & Zwicker's Op-Ed in the Star Ledger

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Bill to Fast Track Green Building Projects Continues to Advance

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11/20/2017

Mukherji, Pintor-Marin, Muoio, Holley & Chiaravalloti Bill to Fast Track Green Building Projects Continues to Advance

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Bills to Improve Access to Critical Behavioral Health Services Advanced by Senate Committee

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11/20/2017

Schaer, Vainieri Huttle, Sumter, Chiaravalloti & Lampitt Bills to Improve Access to Critical Behavioral Health Services Advanced by Senate Committee

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Press Release

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11/20/2017

Benson, Vainieri Huttle, Muoio, Mukherji, Chiaravalloti & Wimberly Bill to Prevent Homelessness Among Domestic Violence Victims Continues Advancing

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BBOED Audit Report

 


State Audit of Bayonne School Board to be released

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Assemblyman Chiaravalloti supports Coughlin for Speakership

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Thank you New​ ​Jersey​ ​Working ​Families ​Alliance


Passing of John Hughes

Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti (D-Hudson) issued the following statements:


“Bayonne lost one of its great unsung heroes with the passing of John Hughes. John was a mentor and a friend, not only to myself, but to literally thousands of young men and women in our community through his dedicated service with the Boy Scouts, soccer, and many other passions. He made a point of providing advice and counsel to many young attorneys. It’s difficult to put in words the positive impact that John has had on Bayonne. I doubt he fully understood how important he was to so many people. That was not his nature. John may not have grabbed headlines but he was a part of the foundation that makes Bayonne such an incredible community. My deepest condolences to his family. ”


AFT Endorsement

I am thankful that the Council of NJ State College Locals, AFT, AFL-CIO​ has endorsed me for my 2017 re-election campaign. My record indicates my advocacy for quality affordable higher education. I will continue to fight for the 10,000 faculty and staff at our  state colleges.
The Council of NJ State College Locals,AFT, AFL-CIO represents 10,000 faculty, librarians and professional staff at New Jersey's nine state colleges.