Catching-up With New Jersey Senator Chris Brown, R-2
We visited in-studio this morning with New Jersey Senator Chris Brown, R-2. We covered a series of important public issues including:
HURLEY CHARITY CONTRIBUTES TO BROWN SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Hurley in the Morning Charity made a $500 Grant Award to the Chief Arthur R. Brown Scholarship, Jr. Memorial Foundation live on-the-air today.
Today's on-air appearance and Hurley Grant Award was our efforts to lend support to this fast-approaching 28th Annual Brown Super Bowl Party.
Sunday, February 2, 2020, 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Dock's Oyster House, 2405 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
Ticket price is $ 20 per-person.
The Brown Scholarship Foundation has awarded more than $303,000 in scholarships for students. It's a very worthy, honorable cause.
SENATOR BROWN DISCUSSES NEW LEGISLATION
Senator Brown provided a detailed description of new legislation that he co-sponsored, which will afford second chances to certain offenders, who were previously prohibited from holding a New Jersey Casino Control Commission license.
It was a true collaborative process, which involved legislators, the Executive Branch and Casino Control Commission Chairman James Plousis, a former United States Marshall (appointed by President George W. Bush) and former Cape May County Sheriff.
This is very good legislation. It benefits those who attend and successfully complete the diversion court process.