NJ 26th Legislative News

Is Live through social media a threat to the future of TV News?

This article examines the influence that social media platforms have had on the traditional television news format. It argues that live streaming on social media platforms has become a threat to the future of television news. It notes that more people are getting their news from social media rather than traditional television news outlets, which has caused a decrease in viewership and revenue for traditional television news. Furthermore, the article suggests that social media platforms are more accessible, customizable, and interactive than traditional television news, and that this could further threaten the future of television news. In conclusion, the article highlights the importance of adapting to the changing media landscape in order to maintain the future of television news.

Are there news sites that support Donald Trump?

This article examines the existence of news websites that support US President Donald Trump. It looks at some of the most popular sites and how they report on Trump's policies. It is noted that most of these sites tend to slant their coverage in favor of the president, often downplaying negative news about him. Furthermore, these sites often echo Trump's own rhetoric, often focusing on issues such as immigration, trade, and national security. In conclusion, it can be said that there are numerous websites devoted to reporting on Trump and his policies, but they are largely unbalanced in the way they present the news.

Is Memphis a good place to live?

Memphis is a city located in the south-western corner of Tennessee and is known for its musical and cultural contributions. The cost of living in Memphis is lower than the national average, making it a more affordable place to live compared to other cities. It also has a low unemployment rate, which makes it an attractive option for those seeking employment opportunities. Memphis also has a vibrant nightlife, with plenty of music and entertainment options. Additionally, the city has a strong sense of community and several cultural attractions for residents. In conclusion, Memphis is a great place to live and offers plenty of opportunities for those looking for a new home.

What are some newspaper headlines that you would like to see?

This article discusses potential headlines that people would like to see in newspapers. It suggests that headlines should focus on positive news, stories of progress and hope, and stories of people helping each other. It suggests that newspaper headlines should not be sensationalized, but should instead be informative and present the facts. Finally, it encourages readers to come up with their own ideas for headlines that they would like to see. In summary, this article encourages readers to think of newspaper headlines that can focus on the good in the world and help inform the public of important news in an honest and unbiased manner.
January 10, 2022

BettyLou DeCroce’s Letter of Gratitude

As we embrace the New Year with new beginnings, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the people of the 26th Legislative District for allowing me the opportunity to serve as your state representative for the past ten years. Serving as a member of the New Jersey General Assembly, a seat once held by my late-husband Alex DeCroce, has been the honor of my life.
December 20, 2021

DeCroce bill increasing annual payments to disabled war veterans passes Assembly

TRENTON, N.J. – Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce’s bill to increase annual payments to blind and other wartime-service disabled veterans unanimously passed the full Assembly on Monday. Under […]
December 7, 2021

Pearl Harbor: Ordinary Americans Doing Extraordinary Things

Eighty years ago, today more than 2,300 American servicemen and 54 civilians died. Another 1,178   were wounded and millions of dollars of military equipment were destroyed, […]
November 24, 2021

Wishing You A Meaningful Thanksgiving

For the second year in a row, we are celebrating Thanksgiving Day with the pall of a viral pandemic hanging over us. The pandemic has refocused […]
November 12, 2021

DeCroce bill tackling Medicaid costs, prescription prices signed into law

TRENTON, N.J. – Pharmacy benefit managers working within the Medicaid program are required to disclose certain financial information to the N.J. Department of Human Services under […]
November 10, 2021


Veterans Day, – November 11, 2021 In times of relative peace, it is easy for us to forget our U.S. Military veterans and the sacrifices they […]

NJ's 26th District

About Assemblywoman Decroce

Assemblywoman DeCroce has extensive governmental experience spanning the local, county and state levels – Councilwoman in Mine Hill; Municipal Clerk and Deputy Township Manager in Roxbury; First Chair-Woman of Morris County Joint Insurance Fund; Deputy Commissioner of the NJ Department of Community Affairs.

In addition to her public sector experience, Assemblywoman DeCroce brings a small business perspective to the Legislature as President and Owner of ERA Gallo & DeCroce Realtors, a real estate firm in Morris County for over forty-six years.  She is also President of ABL Holding Company, LLC, a home construction company.

DeCroce was honored as one of the 50 Best Women in Business by NJBIZ and was a NJ Monthly Magazine finalist for Leading Woman Entrepreneur and Business Owner. She was also chosen to participate in The Emerging Leaders Program at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business Administration.

She has received numerous legislative awards, including the NJ Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Legislator of the Year; Defender of the Taxpayer; Guardian of the Family; MC Chamber of Commerce Public Leadership Award; Conservative Achievement Award; Boy Scouts of America Good Scout Award; Displaced Homemakers Network Outstanding Service Award; African American Chamber of Commerce Women Who Empower Award and Guardian of Small Business Award.

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