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Clifton girl witnesses signing - Attends governor's signing of G
Kaitlyn Weatherby, 10, left, of Sewell, her twin, Tyler Weatherby and Caitlyn D'Alessio, 10, right, of Clifton, look on as acting Gov. Richard Codey signs a bill known as Grace's Law, Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2008, in Trenton. The law named after Grace Gleba, 9, of Washington Township in Warren County, who has used hearing aids since age 3, will require all state-regulated health insurers to cover costs of medically- necessary hearing aids for children up to 15 years old. Behind Codey are the bill's sponsors, Sen. Shirley Turner, left, (D-Mercer), Assemblyman Upendra Chivukula, (D-Somerset), and Assemblyman, and practicing physician, Herb Conaway, right, (D-Burlington). Codey was filling in while Gov. Jon Corzine was out of the state for the holidays.
CLIFTON –Claudio and Pamela D’Alessio will no longer have to pay for their 10-year-old daughter Caitlyn’s hearing aids thanks to Grace’s Law.
State Senate President Richard
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