A pending bill before the State Assembly in New Jersey would require the State to make available to the public more information about the ownership of long-term care facilities. This represents an excellent initiative in allowing consumers to better research the facilities which may ultimately provide care for their loved ones. The bill, A-2029, would require the Department of Health and Senior Services to make available through its website all information regarding the ownership of long-term care facilities which are licensed by that department. It would also require the listing of any owners who hold at least a 10% interest in the facility. It would similarly list the names of any other licensed long-term care facilities in New Jersey owned by the same individual or corporation. In the end, this can provide for greater accountability for those who own the facilities.