• Anti-Bullying Law Making Strides In N.J.

    New Jersey’s anti-bullying law was drafted and enacted to stop an epidemic. The law, years in the making, was not written in response to a particular tragedy, but tragedy is indeed what it seeks to prevent...The new law has been in place for less than two school years and already we see results. A recent interim report by the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Task Force shows that...

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  • Say No to Sexual Assaults on College Campuses

    Assemblywoman Huttle is committed to preventing and addressing sexual assault in our state, especially on college campuses. Women and men, such as these students that she met with at Rider University, should be safe in their dorms and across their campuses. She is currently sponsoring the Sexual Assault Survivor Protection Act. 

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  • Supporting Port Authority Reform

    Assemblywoman Huttle made historic progress in reforming the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. She brought together leaders from both states to pass comprehensive accountability legislation. The assemblywoman worked closely with New York Assemblymembers James Brennan and Amy Paulin, New Jersey Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, and New Jersey Senator Bob Gordon.

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  • Pledge to Stand up to Domestic Violence

    So proud of Englewood's own Dwight Morrow football team, the Raiders, for wining off the field with their pledge to stand up to domestic violence under the leadership of coach Barry Harris. When both women and men know the signs of abuse and take action to stop it we can end domestic violence.  

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  • Supporting the Center for Nonprofits

    New Jersey Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle at the Center’s 2012 annual conference.

    Since its founding in 1982, the Center remains New Jersey's only umbrella organization for all charities in the state.

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  • Honored by the John Theurer Cancer Center

    Senator Weinberg and Assemblywoman Huttle honored with the JTCC Public Service Award celebrates those individuals who, through their service, have advanced and enriched the welfare of the New Jersey cancer community.

    The legislators received the award in recognition of their primary sponsorship of the Oral Chemotherapy Access Bill.


  • Passage of Human Trafficking Prevention Legislation

    In this video press release, Assembly Human Services Committee Chair Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D-Bergen) discusses her comprehensive human trafficking prevention legislation, which received final legislative approval Thursday.

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