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Charlie’s Law Would Impose Fines for Denying Service Dog Access

1-12-17
A Cherry Hill high school student went to the State House in support of Charlie's Law, named after his service dog. The measure would fine those denying access to the animals.

Assembly Speaker Discusses Drug Treatment, Education Funding

1-12-17
Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto discusses what will happen to Medicaid in New Jersey without the Affordable Care Act and education funding following Christie's State of the State.

Taking Folic Acid Can Prevent Certain Birth Defects

1-12-17
Doctors suggest anyone who is pregnant or is trying to get pregnant should take folic acid to prevent neural tube defects.

Praise and Criticism for Christie’s Addiction Treatment Plan

1-11-17
During his State of the State address, Gov. Christie outlined a plan to treat addiction. Some say the ideas are good while others worry it's being done to repair the governor's image.

Gubernatorial Candidates React to Christie’s State of the State Address

1-11-17
Those who are running for governor this year weighed in on Gov. Christie's State of the State address.

Asm. Bramnick, Sen. Lesniak Discuss 2017 State of the State

1-10-17
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron talked with Assembly Majority Leader Jon Bramnick and Sen. Ray Lesniak about Gov. Christie's State of the State speech.

Critics Speak Ahead of State of the State Address

1-10-17
Critics shared their concerns about education, health care and New Jersey's credit rating ahead of Gov. Christie's seventh State of the State address.

New Jersey Flu Rates Up From Last Year

1-6-17
HackensackUMC says flu rates in New Jersey are higher this year than last year, two months earlier than the typical onset.

Music Helps Bring Back Memories in Elders with Dementia

1-5-17
Lakehouse Music Academy students partnered with the Alive Inside Foundation to explore the healing power of music in elders with dementia.

Obama, Pence Try to Persuade Congress on Affordable Care Act

1-4-17
Vice President-elect Mike Pence rallied Republicans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act while President Obama told Democrats to hold the line.