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Rooney Focuses On Police Body Cameras And Opioid Crisis During Budget Hearing With AG

TRENTON, N.J. –Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney pressed state Attorney General Chris Porrino on Wednesday at a hearing before the Assembly Budget Committee on the funding for police body cameras and a possible loophole to the new law setting a five-day limit on initial opioid prescriptions. Rooney, who substituted for Assemblyman Anthony Bucco on the committee, […]

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Assemblyman Rooney Helps Announce “Slow Before You Go” Campaign in Wyckoff

Assemblyman Rooney (R-Bergen) attended the Coordinated PTO Council meeting in Wyckoff this morning to help announce the “Slow Before You Go” sign campaign. The initiative brings awareness to traffic safety concerns in the Wyckoff school districts. The campaign is part of a Gold Award Project by Amanda Sproha, a junior at Ramapo High School. Rooney […]

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Rooney Wants Company To Pay For Their Pollution: Argentine Company May Be Using American Bankruptcy Laws to Avoid Paying for Passaic River Cleanup

Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney (R-LD40) is sponsoring resolution AR-219 urging the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation, and the state and federal attorneys general to examine actions taken by an Argentina state-owned oil company to allegedly use United States bankruptcy laws in an attempt to avoid responsibility for cleaning up the dioxin contamination in the lower […]

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Assemblyman Rooney Applauds Gorsuch Nomination, Chastises Booker And Menendez

WAYNE, NJ — Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney (R–Bergen) today applauded the U.S. Senate’s appointment of Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. He issued the following statement: “Judge Neil Gorsuch is one of the most qualified jurists to be nominated to the Supreme Court in decades and possess the temperament and knowledge to make an […]

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