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160425Aron

Democrats Plan to Roll Back Christie’s Gun Law Changes

4-25-16
Sen. Weinberg and Assemblyman Greenwald said they plan to try to reverse Gov. Christie's executive order loosening New Jersey's gun laws, particularly the part that makes it easier to qualify for a firearm carry permit.
160425Delmore

New Law Makes Expunging Records Easier

4-25-16
More people will now be eligible to have their records made inaccessible to the public, including prospective employers, landlords and colleges.
160422Delmore

Recognizing the Importance of Living Wills

4-22-16
A living will is an important document for making health care wishes known and ensure they are carried out.
160421Cruz

Top Court Nominee Timpone Sails Through Judiciary Committee Hearing

4-21-16
The Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously voted to move Walter Timpone's nomination to the New Jersey Supreme Court to the Senate floor.
160421Vannozzi

Conditions Ripe for Wildfires in NJ

4-21-16
New Jersey is in the midst of a lingering dry spell and it’s got fire officials on high alert.
160421Delmore

Take Back Day Gets Unused Drugs Out of Medicine Cabinets

4-21-16
The Drug Enforcement Administration is partnering with New Jersey communities for its 11th National Drug Take Back Day April 30. Municipal police departments and area organizations will be collecting unused prescription and over the counter drugs for safe disposal.
160420Flanagan

Newark Officials Update Plan to Combat Violence as Murder Rate Rises

4-20-16
Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose says the Newark Police Department has made progress reducing crime, despite currently having three more homicides than last year.
160419Delmore

New App Aims to Help Sexual Assault Survivors

4-19-16
A new smartphone app from healingSPACE, the Bergen County YWCA’s sexual violence resource center, connects survivors with physical and mental health services, confidentially, at all hours.
160418Chen

Immigration Issue Comes Before Supreme Court

4-18-16
A group of states, led by Texas, are going before the Supreme Court to fight President Obama's executive order on immigration that's designed to allow unauthorized immigrants to stay here if their children were brought here or born here.
160415Delmore

Seton Hall Law Students: Racial Profiling Happens in Bloomfield

4-15-16
Seton Hall Law School students went to Bloomfield municipal court and say they observed eight in 10 people responding to tickets were black or Latino. They say Bloomfield police are running a "border patrol" with Newark, a claim the department denies.