It’s been a while since Assemblyman Paul Moriarty, D-Gloucester, was praised here for proposing a bill that goes back to his roots as a former TV consumer reporter. Consider it done. New legislation just dropped by Moriarty involves TV, as well as consumerism. It would make New Jersey the first U.S. state to require that ads for cable TV service and other video subscription services display “all-in” charges — not misleading teaser prices that exclude a host of mandatory monthly fees. Loopholes in fine print have aggravated customers for years, with ads for cellphone service and car leases, too. But, as consumers increasingly weigh whether staying connected to cable, or subscribing to several streaming services and phone apps, buys the most desired “content” for their money, it’s a good time to make the providers come clean. You know the ad-copy drill:. For $79 or $89 a month, Comcast or Fios promise you the moon and the stars, if you’re willing to keep them around for a year or two. Dish and Direct TV satellite dealers do the same. Of course, it’s never just $79 or $89. Add local broadcast and sports channel fees that cost around another $20 a month. You can’t escape them, even ...