Steve Sweeney: 'It was not my title of Senate president that gave me the most pride, it was that of father. My daughter, Lauren, was born with Down syndrome'

Opinion: Father reflects on inspirational Special Olympics USA games in N.J.

Opinion: Father reflects on inspirational Special Olympics USA games in N.

To raise awareness that November is American Diabetes Month, Senate President Steve Sweeney sat down and talked about his own experiences being diagnosed as a Type I diabetic.

To raise awareness that November is American Diabetes Month, Senate President Steve Sweeney sat down and talked about his own experiences being diagnosed as a Type I diabetic.

Sweeney, Weinberg Celebrate Four Years Of Paid Family Leave In New Jersey -- Senate President Steve Sweeney, Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg and advocates for working families celebrated the fourth anniversary of New Jersey’s historic Paid Family Leave Insurance program by today attending a birthday party in honor of the law. Click here to read more: http://www.njsendems.com/release.asp?rid=4445

Sweeney, Weinberg Celebrate Four Years Of Paid Family Leave In New Jersey -- Senate President Steve Sweeney, Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg and advocates for working families celebrated the fourth anniversary of New Jersey’s historic Paid Family Leave Insurance program by today attending a birthday party in honor of the law. Click here to read more: http://www.njsendems.com/release.asp?rid=4445

NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, tells a grassroots group that he has seen the impact of unemployment personally and professionally at his union hall to highlight the need to do better for New Jersey's unemployed residents.

The full video of NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney's speech to Building One New Jersey at the Trenton Marriott.

At last week's Building One New Jersey dinner, Senate President Steve Sweeney told the audience that we will have a minimum wage increase in New Jersey, tied to the consumer price index to ensure that future increases match the rate of inflation.

While addressing Building One New Jersey, State Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, lays out the case for increasing New Jers.

In this video, NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney says that he didn't want to let Governor Chris Christie "get away with denying people property tax relief this year," in regards to why a Millionaire's Tax was not included in the Senate Dems' plan. To find out more about the Real Relief property tax plan, visit our Web site at www.realreliefnj.net.

In this video from last week's AARP tele-Town Hall on property taxes, NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney talks about the millionaire's tax, acknowledging that.

Sweeney Legislation Protecting Privacy Of Workers Clears Committee – Legislation sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney (D – Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland) that would protect the privacy of workers in the private sector and at institutions of higher learning has cleared the Senate Labor Committee. To read more, click here: http://www.njsendems.com/release.asp?rid=4623

Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem.

Naples, Dec 21: Free: Comedian Steve Sweeney

Naples, Dec 21: Free: Comedian Steve Sweeney

During yesterday's NJ Senate Democrats' State of Our State news conference, Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, says that the response to Hurricane Sandy shouldn't be about who gets credit, but rather about getting results for the homeowners and business owners who were affected by the storm.

NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, says it's less important about who gets credit for helping homeowners in the aftermath.

Beautiful People Movie Stills Rosalind Ayres Siobhan Redmond Steve Sweeney Photo

Beautiful People Movie Stills Rosalind Ayres Siobhan Redmond Steve Sweeney Photo

Steve Sweeney, Beautiful People Movie

The race for New Jersey governor took a surprise turn Thursday when Senate President Steve Sweeney announced he would not seek the Democratic nomination in 2017.

The race for New Jersey governor took a surprise turn Thursday when Senate President Steve Sweeney announced he would not seek the Democratic nomination in

Prior to the Governor's annual State of the State address, New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem, offers his own assessment of where we are as a State in terms of unemployment, foreclosures, the rising poverty rate and the shrinking middle class, and what has to be done to reverse the negative trends in the Garden State.

In this video press release, New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney talks about the Legislature's efforts to create jobs in the Garden State, and Governor.

In this video, NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney talks about the need to raise New Jersey's minimum wage and tie it to the Consumer Price Index, so that State residents and business owners can expect predictability and a fair minimum wage that isn't guided solely by the whims of politicians.

In this video news release, Senate President Steve Sweeney talks about the proposed bill to increase New Jersey's minimum wage, ensuring that all New Jerseya.

In this video from last Thursday's AARP tele-town hall, Senate President Steve Sweeney says that we have to look at shared services as a way to control runaway administrative costs in local government.

During last week's AARP tele-town hall on property taxes, NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney said that the problem in New Jersey is that the State has too muc.

Sweeney Legislation To Further Contain Ever-Increasing Property Taxes Clears Committee – Legislation sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney that would help insulate property taxpayers from efforts by local officials to make end runs around the state's 2 percent cap cleared the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today. To read more, click here: http://www.njsendems.com/release.asp?rid=4463

Sweeney Legislation To Further Contain Ever-Increasing Property Taxes Clears Committee – Legislation sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney that would help insulate property taxpayers from efforts by local officials to make end runs around the state's 2 percent cap cleared the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today. To read more, click here: http://www.njsendems.com/release.asp?rid=4463

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