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Diegnan, Burzichelli, Tucker & Wisniewski Bill to Help Military Spouses Find Work Continues Advancing
(TRENTON) – Assembly-approved legislation Assembly Democrats Patrick J. Diegnan Jr, John Burzichelli, Cleopatra Tucker and John Wisniewski sponsored to help military spouses with out-of-state teaching license find work in New Jersey was recently advanced by a Senate panel.
“Military families make many sacrifices in service to our country, including frequent deployments and relocations,” said Diegnan (D-Middlesex). “Moving from state to state can be a disruptive barrier to a military spouse’s employment, particularly when his or her field requires a state-specific professional license. This bill helps make for a smoother transition to their new home..."
To read more, please visit the New Jersey General Assembly Democratic Office Web site.
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