Codey celebrates passage of Temp Workers’ Bill of Rights
Sen. Richard Codey was one of 21 senators who voted to pass the legislation. The bill, which is expected to be signed by Gov. Phil Murphy, will provide protections including equal compensation, transparency in job assignment, anti-retaliation measures, and elimination of excessive fees for more than 127,000 essential temp workers who work in New Jersey.
Codey will announce plan to combat teen suicide on Wednesday
A plan to fight teen suicide will be revealed by former Governor Richard Codey Wednesday at Liberty Middle School Auditorium in West Orange. Codey, according to Julie Bannon, executive director of the Codey Fund for Mental Health, will be joined by two New Jersey parents whose children died by suicide.
Former Gov. Codey and Wife Mary Jo Start Fund to Help Those with Mental Illness
The Codey Fund for Mental Health aims to help those suffering from mental illnesses get the help they need. After a personal battle with mental health illness, former Gov. Richard Codey and his wife Mary Jo Codey have begun the Codey Fund for Mental Health.
N.J. should repeal law for college athletes to profit off name and likeness, give schools immediate oversight, top lawmaker says
“We need to act before institutions in other states raid the rosters of New Jersey’s colleges. When that happens — and it will happen — it will be because our law sought to provide guidance, but it only put a pair of handcuffs on athletes, coaches, and administrators,” Codey said.
Zwicker, Codey want to ban LIV Golf from N.J. over Saudi connections
Two weeks ago, LIV Golf – a new golf league funded by the Saudi Arabian government – held an invitational at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the third event of the fledgling organization’s 2022 season. But if two state senators get their way, New Jersey will be left off the itinerary in future years.
Newark boarding home shut down after senator, mayor make surprise visit
A week after state inspectors found no violations, a Newark boarding home where several dozen former psychiatric patients live was shut down by the city yesterday after an unannounced visit by state Sen. Richard Codey and Mayor Luis Quintana revealed a number of problems, including an unlocked medicine cabinet, faulty electrical wiring and an apparent rodent infestation.
NJ’s Homeless To Get Help From Former Gov. Codey
Former New Jersey Governor and current State Senator Dick Codey says he will hold a press conference tomorrow inside the waiting room at Newark Penn Station to announce several new initiatives and pieces of legislation that will address the problem of homelessness in New Jersey.