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New committee assignment for Holley

By David Wildstein, July 09 2018 9:55 am

Assemblyman Jamel Holley (D-Roselle) has landed a seat on the Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee.

The panel has had some turnover since the start of the year, following the death of Jerry Green and the resignation of Timothy Eustace.  John Armato (D-Buena Vista) and Shanique Speight (D-Newark) have also joined the panel since the Legislature reorganized in January.

“I look forward to working with my fellow committee-members to help solve some of New Jersey’s most pressing issues, like the need to clean up our water, widespread depression and suicide, homelessness, obesity, pressing health concerns and making New Jersey the best place for seniors, children and families to live in the country,” said Holley.

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