Take Action Now

Your Community
Find your local Democratic committee:

Camden County & South Jersey Democrats in the news:

Camden County & South Jersey Democrats in the news:

Southern Star Award Presented to Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli

Camden County Freeholder Rodney Greco, 2011 President of the Association, Made The Presentation

At a January 23rd meeting of the Southern New Jersey Freeholders’ Association, the prestigious Southern Star Award was presented to Camden County Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr.

“There is no one who deserves this award more than Freeholder Director Cappelli,” said Camden County Freeholder Rodney Greco, whose term as president of the association ended last night as he passed the gavel to new president Julie Acton of Salem County.

NORCROSS/MADDEN BILL TO AID FAMILIES OF OFFICERS, EMERGENCY RESPONDERS KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY ADVANCES

By Trish Graber- NJ Senate Democrats-  January 23, 2012

Measure Would Authorize State Contribution to Defray Funeral Costs

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senators Donald Norcross (D-Camden/Gloucester) and Fred Madden (D-Gloucester/Camden) to aid the families of fallen police officers, firefighters, emergency medical responders and correctional officers by providing assistance to help cover funeral costs was approved today by Senate Law and Public Safety Committee.

Seat Gabby Now

WILSON BILL TO CREATE A PILOT PROGRAM BRINGING FRESH PRODUCE TO URBAN AREAS SIGNED INTO LAW

TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Gilbert L. “Whip” Wilson to improve access to fresh produce for residents living in as few as one selected low-income community with little or no supermarkets – known as a ‘food desert’ – was signed into law yesterday.

The bill (A-3688/S-2728) authorizes the Department of Agriculture to establish a mobile farmers’ market pilot program to be conducted in one or more municipalities to be determined by the Secretary of Agriculture in which residents are unable to obtain adequate access to nutritious foods. The municipality must then agree to participate in the program. Under the pilot program, state-authorized vendors will transport fresh fruits and vegetables into the state-designated community or communities where the produce is to be sold. Vendors will be encouraged to accept government-issued low-income food vouchers as payment, but will be allowed to accept any form of payment at their discretion.