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160113Hill

UN Ambassador Visits Seton Hall University

1-13-16
UN Ambassador Samantha Power told those in attendance at Seton Hall that it's important for the United States to allow refugees into the country.
160112Dems

Democratic Response to Christie’s Address Predictably Harsh

1-12-16
Democrats offered their responses to Gov. Christie's State of the State address.
160112Booker

Sen. Booker Previews Obama’s State of the Union Address

1-12-16
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker discusses what he expects President Obama to talk about during his State of the Union address.
160112Aron

Assembly Leadership Discusses Christie’s Politics

1-12-16
Assemblymen Jon Bramnick and John Wisniewski give their take on Gov. Chris Christie's State of the State address.
160112Whelan

Sens. Kean and Whelan Talk Pensions

1-12-16
Sens. Tom Kean and Jim Whelan talk about the pension crisis in New Jersey and what's being done to address the problems.
160111Cruz

Ambrose Predicts Changes in Newark PD Where Morale is ‘Low’

1-11-16
NJTV News Correspondent David Cruz sat down and spoke with Newark's first Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose about the changes he hopes to implement in Newark's police department.
160108Delmore

NJ May Raise Legal Age to Buy Cigarettes

1-8-16
Lawmakers are considering a bill that would raise the legal age to buy cigarettes from 19 to 21.
20160108Hill

Simulator Demonstrates Quick Decisions Police Must Make

1-8-16
A simulator that is used to to teach police when it's appropriate to use deadly force shows how quickly officers must decide whether or not to use their weapons.
160107Aron

The Battle for North Jersey Gaming

1-7-16
Disagreement over North Jersey gaming is still underway. Due to the nature of constitutional amendments, only the Senate bill or the Assembly bill can move forward.
160107Cruz

Assembly GOP Members Accuse Dems of Stifling Debate

1-7-16
Republicans in the Assembly Judiciary Committee accused Democrats of steamrolling through the public hearing on four constitutional amendments without leaving room for debate.