Senator Linda Greenstein

Senator Linda Greenstein Senator Greenstein represents New Jersey's 14th Legislative District which consists of Cranbury, East Windsor, Hamilton Township, Hightstown, Jamesburg, Monroe Township, Plainsboro, Robbinsville, Spotswood

Linda Greenstein was elected to the New Jersey Senate in a November 2010 special election and has been reelected for three full terms since then. She served for six terms in the New Jersey General Assembly, a tenure that began in January 2000. Senator Greenstein is the first woman to represent the current 14th Legislative District in the Senate. A full-time legislator, she serves as Assistant Majority Leader of the State Senate as well as Chair of the Law and Public Safety Committee, Vice-Chair of the Environment and Energy Committee and a member of the Budget and Appropriations Committee and the Labor Committee. She is also Chair of the Bipartisan Legislative Manufacturing Caucus and recently served on the New Jersey Biotechnology Task Force and as co-chair of the Drinking Water Infrastructure Task Force. Senator Greenstein was educated at Vassar College, Johns Hopkins University, and the Georgetown University Law Center and is a specialist in disability law. Prior to becoming a legislator, she was a Senior Staff Attorney at the Community Health Law Project, a Deputy Attorney General in the Division of Criminal Justice in Trenton and an Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia. She also served as Clinical Associate Professor at Seton Hall Law School.

“Keeping our communities clean is essential to the health and vitality of our residents, their families, and businesses,...
06/16/2020
Hamilton Township Receives "Clean Communities" Grant

“Keeping our communities clean is essential to the health and vitality of our residents, their families, and businesses,” said Greenstein. “Thank you to the Clean Communities Council, DEP, and Mayor Jeff Martin for their hard work in securing this significant grant for Hamilton.”

TRENTON, NJ – Hamilton Township has been awarded a $178,089 grant from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's (NJDEP) “Clean Communities” grant program. The announcement...

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06/16/2020

VOTE!

County Clerks have already begun mailing out ballots for the upcoming primary, you can expect them anytime between now & close to election day! If you prefer to vote in person, there will be polling locations where you can fill out a provisional ballot

06/15/2020

Earlier this morning, we passed S-84/2093, S-2498, and S2526 out of the Senate.

S-84/2093 “Timothy J. Piazza’s Law” Timothy Piazza lost his life due to the deeply embedded culture of hazing that encompasses university and college campuses in the United States. With the provisions of this bill, we hope to begin to change this culture of hazing surrounding colleges and universities.

S-2526 would help mitigate the fiscal challenges faced by many New Jerseyans caused by the economic disruption of COVID-19. The bill allows for County, Municipal, or sewage authority to waive interest rates or liens. This will be crucial as we slowly work our way out of the economic challenges that we will continue to face as we recover from the effects of COVID-19.

S2498 ensures that the New Jersey Infrastructure Bank can provide loans with interest rates below market value for critical environmental infrastructure projects throughout New Jersey.

06/15/2020
Governor Phil Murphy

We must continue making progress on how we handle policing in our communities. Thank you Colonel Callahan for your taking this step.

Proud of New Jersey State Police Colonel Callahan’s decision to make public the name of all troopers who have faced serious disciplinary actions over the past two decades – and to do so by July 15th.

A tremendous step forward for transparency that will help generate greater trust in our communities.

Senator: We must continue to change a culture of cruelty, racism and neglect at Edna Mahan
06/14/2020
Senator: We must continue to change a culture of cruelty, racism and neglect at Edna Mahan

Senator: We must continue to change a culture of cruelty, racism and neglect at Edna Mahan

Senator Linda Greenstein | May 29, 2020 | Star-Ledger | Two years ago, a Star-Ledger/NJ.com investigation revealed an appalling pattern of sexual assault, rape and dehumanization at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women in Hunterdon County, our state’s only women’s prison. We learned

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06/14/2020
CDBG-CV Grant for Small Businesses

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To make an appointment to be tested for COVID-19 at the County’s drive-thru testing site, please click here to fill out a form. All Middlesex County buildings will remain closed to the general public until further notice.

Yesterday, the New Jersey Manufacturing Caucus held a roundtable to hear from manufacturers and stakeholders from around...
06/11/2020
Greenstein, Oroho: Manufacturing Caucus Roundtable Shows Need to Make ‘Made in New Jersey’ a Reality - Insider NJ

Yesterday, the New Jersey Manufacturing Caucus held a roundtable to hear from manufacturers and stakeholders from around the state on their experiences throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The manufacturing sector will be essential in the revitalization of our local economies, and ensuring we are never caught without important supplies in the future. We must continue to find ways that we can support the growth of manufacturing and the health of those who work in it. #MadeInNewJersey

Greenstein, Oroho: Manufacturing Caucus Roundtable Shows Need to Make ‘Made in New Jersey’ a Reality Caucus leaders say New Jersey shouldn’t have to buy 90% of its PPE from overseas during a pandemic Trenton – More needs to be done to make “Made in New Jersey” a reality, said Senators Li...

06/09/2020
Governor Phil Murphy

Governor Phil Murphy

BREAKING: Today I’m signing an Executive Order LIFTING OUR STAY-AT-HOME ORDER.

Please continue to be responsible and safe. Wear face coverings and keep a social distance from others when out in public.

06/07/2020

In case you missed it!

The NJ EDA will be expanding its Small Business Emergency Grant Program for businesses affected by COVID-19. $50 million in CARES act funds will be used to extend the program, $5 million has been set aside for businesses who were not able to receive grant money from 'phase one' while $45 million will be available for new applications for 'phase two'.

Applications for phase two will be available starting Tuesday, June 9th. If your company received a grant from 'phase one' of the program you will need to re-apply. Follow the link below for more information.

https://www.njeda.com/covidgrantprogramexpansion

06/04/2020

Like most other Americans, I am outraged by the senseless and horrific murder of George Floyd. Cities all over our nation are experiencing peaceful protests by people of all races, joining together to say that they will no longer accept the status quo. It is reassuringly American that our people can gather and protest against what is unjust.

During my life, I have seen great leaders try to help us complete our unfinished journey toward racial justice. Not completing that journey is blight on our nation. The differences between black and white Americans are stark: in life expectancy, health care, educational and employment opportunities, and income. And we must acknowledge that there are disparities that African Americans face in confrontations with law enforcement.

We as elected officials can no longer just promise change; we must act on it. I will do everything I can to speak out on these significant matters and to fight for a better future.

Because of all of your hard work and following of the guidelines we will be able to dine outside again soon. #njstrong
06/03/2020

Because of all of your hard work and following of the guidelines we will be able to dine outside again soon. #njstrong

NEW: Today, I will sign an Executive Order that will allow restaurants and bars to begin offering in-person, outdoor dining on Monday, June 15th. 🍽️

Tables seating individual groups must be six feet apart, and other safety and sanitization protocols must be followed.

❗In case you missed it❗ Governor Murphy has announced that starting July 6th NJ Schools will be able to hold graduations...
05/26/2020

❗In case you missed it❗ Governor Murphy has announced that starting July 6th NJ Schools will be able to hold graduations outside as long as they comply with social distancing.

Thank you to the YMCA for all of their hard work!
05/23/2020
YMCA fills the void for hungry children missing school lunches | Video | NJTV News

Thank you to the YMCA for all of their hard work!

About 85% of children in the Trenton area depend on schools for free or reduced lunches. With schools closed, many families are struggling to fill that gap and their children’s bellies. The Capital Area YMCA has stepped in to meet the needs of the community, feeding kids every day at 14 locations ...

05/21/2020

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Throughout New Jersey, there has been an increase in contact-tracing scams via text. A contact tracer will not ask for your social security number, credit card number, bank account or insurance information over the phone. A legitimate tracer will CALL you with information about precautions you need to take, how to get tested, what happens if you get sick, etc. and will respect your privacy.

Governor Phil Murphy
05/19/2020

Governor Phil Murphy

NEW: CVS Pharmacy is now set to offer self-swab tests at a MINIMUM of 50 locations across New Jersey by the end of this month.

This is another important step forward as we continue to build testing capacity in our state.

Early last week, as Chair of the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee, I convened a hearing on the U.S. Department of ...
05/18/2020
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Early last week, as Chair of the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee, I convened a hearing on the U.S. Department of Justice’s scathing report on the deplorable conditions at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women. The report found that Edna Mahan fails to protect women, prisoners, from sexual abuse by staff in violation of the Eighth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. In 2018, we were first made aware of this issue in an expose by Sean Sullivan, a reporter for New Jersey Advance Media (the Star-Ledger). Sean did a great job working on this for many years. We held a productive hearing then on the abhorrent abuses that the women of Edna Mahan had been subjected to for decades. Sadly, we now find ourselves demanding answers to many of the same questions we asked back then. We cannot allow this systematic, institutionalized, and pervasive culture of sexual abuse to continue.

In response to our continued inability to ensure the rights of these prisoners, I have introduced SJR 79, which establishes a commission to oversee and protect New Jersey inmates from sexual assault and misconduct. The Covid-19 pandemic and the high death count in New Jersey prisons will force us to look more closely at the ways we incarcerate those who have committed crimes.

To view the hearing please follow the link: https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/media/mp.asp?M=V/2020/SLP/0512-1000AM-M0-1&S=2020

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05/17/2020

Today in 1954, Brown v. Board of Education, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled that segregation of public schools "solely on the basis of race" denies black children "equal educational opportunity" even though "physical facilities and other 'tangible' factors may have been equal. Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal." Thurgood Marshall argued the case before the Court. He went to become the first African American appointed to the Supreme Court.

League of Women Voters of New Jersey
05/17/2020

League of Women Voters of New Jersey

Thank you for signing our petition - you were heard! Governor Murphy just announced that all Republican and Democratic voters will receive postage paid vote-by-mail ballots, unaffiliated voters will receive vote-by-mail applications, and some in-person voting locations will be available for the July Primary.

Governor Phil Murphy
05/13/2020

Governor Phil Murphy

Today, I signed an Executive Order to allow

✅The restart of non-essential construction, effective 5/18

✅Non-essential retail stores to reopen for curbside pickup, effective 5/18

✅Drive-in events under social distancing guidelines, effective immediately

https://nj.gov/governor/news/news/562020/approved/20200513a.shtml

05/08/2020
Important update from Governor Murphy on the opening of NJ schools.
05/04/2020
Murphy: Schools to Remain Closed

Important update from Governor Murphy on the opening of NJ schools.

TRENTON, NJ – Governor Murphy ordered all New Jersey schools to keep their doors closed for the remainder of the 2019 - 2020 school year. The announcement came at his Monday press conference and...

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on many of us, especially our frontline and healthcare workers. If you need someo...
04/30/2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on many of us, especially our frontline and healthcare workers. If you need someone to speak with, help is available. Follow the link below for more information.

shorturl.at/DJOV7

Earlier today Governor Murphy laid out his guidelines for getting NJ's economy back on track. He said we must continue w...
04/27/2020

Earlier today Governor Murphy laid out his guidelines for getting NJ's economy back on track. He said we must continue working together in our efforts to shelter in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and flatten the curve. He also said we will soon have a greater capacity for testing and tracking.

We are close but not quite there yet. I have confidence in the residents of the 14th Legislative District will do their parts!

04/27/2020
Governor Phil Murphy

Governor Phil Murphy

Our Stay-at-Home Order, which has been in effect since March 21st, will remain in effect in its entirety until further notice.

04/27/2020
Department of Labor and Workforce Development | Page Not Found

We were notified by the NJDOL that their website had gone done over the weekend and some individuals were not able to process certifications or make claims. The NJDOL has provided us with the following updated certification schedule for this week, which can be found below and by following this link:

https://myunemployment.nj.gov/labor/myunemployment/schedule.shtml

Monday: SSNs Ending in 20000-3999 and 0000-0749

2000 and 2249 certify between 8am and 9am
2250 and 2499 certify between 9am and 10am
2500 and 2749 certify between 10am and 11am
2750 and 2999 certify between 11am and 12pm
3000 and 3249 certify between 12pm and 1pm
3250 and 3499 certify between 1pm and 2pm
3500 and 3749 certify between 2pm and 3pm
3750 and 3999 certify between 3pm and 4pm
2000 and 2999 certify between 4pm and 5pm
3000 and 3999 certify between 5pm and 6pm
0000 and 0249 certify between 6pm and 7pm
0250 and 0499 certify between 7pm and 8pm
0500 and 0749 certify between 8pm and 9pm

Tuesday: SSNs Ending in 4000-5999 and 0750-1499

4000 and 4249 certify between 8am and 9am
4250 and 4499 certify between 9am and 10am
4500 and 4749 certify between 10am and 11am
4750 and 4999 certify between 11am and 12pm
5000 and 5249 certify between 12pm and 1pm
5250 and 5499 certify between 1pm and 2pm
5500 and 5749 certify between 2pm and 3pm
5750 and 5999 certify between 3pm and 4pm
4000 and 4999 certify between 4pm and 5pm
5000 and 5999 certify between 5pm and 6pm
0750 and 0999 certify between 6pm and 7pm
1000 and 1249 certify between 7pm and 8pm
1250 and 1499 certify between 8pm and 9pm

Wednesday: SSNs Ending in 6000-7999 and 1500-1999

6000 and 6249 certify between 8am and 9am
6250 and 6499 certify between 9am and 10am
6500 and 6749 certify between 10am and 11am
6750 and 6999 certify between 11am and 12pm
7000 and 7249 certify between 12pm and 1pm
7250 and 7499 certify between 1pm and 2pm
7500 and 7749 certify between 2pm and 3pm
7750 and 7999 certify between 3pm and 4pm
6000 and 6999 certify between 4pm and 5pm
7000 and 7999 certify between 5pm and 6pm
1500 and 1749 certify between 6pm and 7pm
1750 and 1999 certify between 7pm and 8pm

Thursday: SSNs ending in 8000-9999 and 0000-1999

8000 and 8249 certify between 8am and 9am
8250 and 8499 certify between 9am and 10am
8500 and 8749 certify between 10am and 11am
8750 and 8999 certify between 11am and 12pm
9000 and 9249 certify between 12pm and 1pm
9250 and 9499 certify between 1pm and 2pm
9500 and 9749 certify between 2pm and 3pm
9750 and 9999 certify between 3pm and 4pm
8000 and 8999 certify between 4pm and 5pm
9000 and 9999 certify between 5pm and 6pm
0000 and 0999 certify between 6pm and 7pm
1000 and 1999 certify between 7pm and 8pm

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Hamilton Township
04/26/2020

Hamilton Township

𝗔 𝗠𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗮𝗴𝗲 𝗳𝗼𝗿 𝗛𝗮𝗺𝗶𝗹𝘁𝗼𝗻 𝗥𝗲𝘀𝗶𝗱𝗲𝗻𝘁𝘀 𝗔𝗴𝗲𝘀 𝟲𝟬+
As you are aware, the CDC has categorized individuals 60 years of age and older as the most vulnerable population for COVID-19.

Mayor Jeff Martin, Members of the Township Council, and the Hamilton Township Senior Center are offering a surgical mask to residents ages 60 years or older.

Please call the Hamilton Township Senior Center at 609-890-3686 to make a reservation to receive a mask. You will be given a date, time, and location in which to pick up your mask. Voicemail is being checked.

Due to a limited supply, we ask that you DO NOT request a mask if you already have one. If you live in a 55+ community, masks were already delivered to your association to be distributed to their residents.

Thank you and stay well!

Thank you to all of our healthcare workers and first responders who put the safety and health of our communities before ...
04/24/2020

Thank you to all of our healthcare workers and first responders who put the safety and health of our communities before their own everyday. #echoingappreciation #hamiltonproud

04/23/2020
Governor Phil Murphy

Governor Phil Murphy

NEW: We will begin testing all residents and staff at each of our five state developmental centers next week because of the new saliva-based testing developed by Rutgers University.

This is a total of more than 5,500 tests – more than 1,200 residents, and in excess of 4,300 staff.

These are among our most vulnerable residents and our most essential workers.

We owe our residents and staff our best, and testing will help us best serve them.

50 years ago today, we took an important step to protect the planet for generations to come. Today New Jersey is on the ...
04/22/2020

50 years ago today, we took an important step to protect the planet for generations to come. Today New Jersey is on the frontlines of the battle to protect our environment, promising 100% clean energy by 2050, 7,500 megawatts of energy from offshore wind by 2035 and, ensuring bad actors are being held accountable. #earthday2020 #newjerseystrong

Middlesex County Young Democrats
04/21/2020

Middlesex County Young Democrats

Today is Yom HaShoah. A day where we remember and honor the 11 million innocent lives, including the 6 million Jews, that were taken during the Holocaust.

We must never forget the horror that befell so many men, women, and children.

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Linda Greenstein was elected to the New Jersey Senate in a November 2010 special election and has been reelected for three full terms since then. She served for six terms in the New Jersey General Assembly, a tenure that began in January 2000.

Senator Greenstein is the first woman to represent the current 14th Legislative District in the Senate. A full-time legislator, she serves as Assistant Majority Leader of the State Senate as well as Chair of the Law and Public Safety Committee, Vice-Chair of the Environment and Energy Committee and a member of the Budget and Appropriations Committee and the Labor Committee. She is also Chair of the Bipartisan Legislative Manufacturing Caucus and recently served on the New Jersey Biotechnology Task Force and as co-chair of the Drinking Water Infrastructure Task Force.

Senator Greenstein was educated at Vassar College, Johns Hopkins University, and the Georgetown University Law Center and is a specialist in disability law. Prior to becoming a legislator, she was a Senior Staff Attorney at the Community Health Law Project, a Deputy Attorney General in the Division of Criminal Justice in Trenton and an Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia. She also served as Clinical Associate Professor at Seton Hall Law School.

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