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Legislation Revising Requirements for Notifying Public of Freezing Weather Passes N.J. Assembly Committee

TRENTON, New Jersey, Dec. 13 -- The New Jersey Assembly Democrats issued the following news:

In an effort to protect vulnerable New Jersey residents during the winter, a bill sponsored by Assembly Democrats Eric Houghtaling, Joann Downey and Valerie Vainieri Huttle would require counties to alert the public whenever the National Weather Service predicts temperatures of 32 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. The Assembly Appropriations Committee advanced the legislation on Thursday.
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