(TRENTON) - Fire safety legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats John Wisniewski, Jerry Green and Mila Jasey to require the installation of a fire suppression system in new single and two-family homes was released Thursday by an Assembly committee.
"This is a simple, commonsense step that will quite simply save lives and property," said Deputy Speaker Wisniewski (D-Middlesex). "We know these suppression systems are effective, so there's really no reason why they shouldn't be as commonplace in new construction as windows and doors."
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