Updates from Assemblywoman Dunn

Hello – Assemblywoman Dunn sent the following updates in her newsletter which you might find useful as well:

Assemblywoman Aura Dunn

New Jersey’s 25th Legislative District

Monthly Update

I hope everyone enjoyed their Independence Day holiday! While we may not have been able to celebrate as we normally do, it was still a nice reprieve from all that is going on in the world and a chance to reflect on what brings us together as fellow Americans. We are making progress and will make it through!

As we continue the slow march of reopening, we must remain vigilante against COVID-19. Our businesses need to reopen to survive, but we must maintain our distance and continue to wear face coverings. As cases rise elsewhere in the country, this will allow us to continue moving forward rather than taking a step back.

We continue to be stonewalled on answers to questions about the coronavirus response, particularly concerning our most vulnerable individuals living in congregate settings.

Watch my remarks expressing my disappointment here:


I had the honor of (virtually) addressing ALA Jersey Girls State. These young ladies are the leaders of tomorrow! You can watch my remarks here.

I held a Zoom conference call meeting with key stakeholders in the restaurant industry in New Jersey this past Monday to discuss the hardships they are experiencing. Check out the highlights at the links here:



Here is a link to a guide for filing for unemployment to ensure that you get your benefits ASAP: https://myunemployment.nj.gov/labor/myunemployment/covidinstructions.shtml

For all official updates and important information, please visit the New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub:


Dunn Tells State Labor Commissioner, “Do Your Job, End The Unemployment Backlog!”


Governor signs Dunn Bill Limiting Restaurant Delivery Fees During State Emergencies



A Letter To The Class of 2020 From Assemblywoman Aura K. Dunn


Legislative Update

We all know that the MVC is a disaster. Long lines, confusing policies, just an all around poorly run agency. When people have to camp out the night before for services, the time is now to get things done. I won’t listen to a single excuse. That is why I have released a package of bills aimed at cutting down on the inefficient bureaucracy.

A4306– Grants driving privileges to certain individuals without road test during COVID-19 public health emergency and state of emergency.

A4326 Permits certain drivers’ schools to conduct road tests.

A4327– Permits licensed motor vehicle dealers to facilitate issuance of titles and registrations for used motor vehicles purchased by private sale.

A4333– Requires MVC to review certain services and provide certain services online

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