- NJ Senate Failed to Override Vote for Equal Pay Bill
- Carol Cohen Interviewed on NJ Capital Report
- NJ State Task Force on Sexual Assault
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January 23, 2017
NJ Senate Failed to Override Vote for Equal Pay Bill
TRENTON – Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg issued a statement that the Senate failed to override the governor’s veto of legislation that would help to secure equal pay for women in New Jersey.
The Equal Pay Bill (S-992): the-equal-pay-bill-an-outline
New Jersey Capitol Report with Steve Adubato & Rafael Pi Roman: Keri Logosso-Misurell; Preston Pinkett; Carol Cohen
Preston Pinkett III, chairman and CEO of City National Bank, one of the pioneer financial institutions founded and run by minorities, talks to Steve Adubato about balancing the need to make a profit but also keeping true to the original mission of serving minority clientele. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Keri Logosso-Misurell, Esq., director of the Greater Newark Healthcare Coalition about how her organization is trying to engage university faculty and researchers and community-based advocates to reduce adverse traumatic experiences in urban areas. Carol Cohen, President, American Association of University Women NJ talks about the wage gap that exists between men and women in the state of New Jersey as well as how her organization teaches the younger generation to negotiate fair salaries for their future careers
New Jersey State Task Force on Campus Sexual Assault
Please join AAUW of New Jersey in congratulating Virginia Lyttle on her formal appointment to the New Jersey State Task Force on Campus Sexual Assault.
The Task Force on Campus Sexual Assault legislation (S-2812) was passed by the New Jersey State Assembly and Senate in the fall of 2015 and signed by the Governor in early December 2015. Our Legislative Watch Committee (Sally Goodson & Adrienne Lesser) lobbied for passage of this legislative action since February 5, 2015.
AAUWNJ formally requested a seat on the New Jersey State Task Force on Campus Sexual Assault. Virginia (Ginny) Lyttle was our AAUW appointment nominee. (Read More)