Assembly Democrats have called for Speaker Vincent Prieto to post the Atlantic City recovery bills, which he has said he doesn't want to do. Gov. Christie and AC Mayor Don Guardian held separate press conferences to discuss the future of the city.
Because of the heroin epidemic, health care professionals are looking to reduce the number of opioid prescriptions. It means changing attitudes about the medications, which have been pushed by pharmaceutical companies.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop reacted to Gov. Christie's comments that he's working with Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto to undermine the Atlantic City takeover bill Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney promoted.
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