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Supreme Court to Hear Same-Sex Marriage Cases

2-13-15
The U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing cases and rule if gay and lesbian couples have the right to marry. New Jersey organizations on both sides of the issue say they're ready for the decision.
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Just Drive Campaign Aims to Crack Down on Texting and Driving

2-12-15
The "Just Drive" campaign is set to roll out in New Jersey, aiming to crack down on texting and driving.
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Teaching Financial Literacy to Help Domestic Violence Victims

2-12-15
New Jersey organizations are offering finance courses to domestic abuse victims to empower them to take control of their lives.
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Officials Will Investigate Deadly 40-Car NJ Turnpike Pileup

2-11-15
After allegations that the Turnpike Authority didn't properly clear icy roadways before a deadly New Jersey Turnpike crash, the state's transportation commissioner has ordered an investigation.
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Revel Sale on Hold

2-10-15
The sale of the shuttered Revel casino to Glenn Straub is on hold after the deadline to close passed. But a judge gave the parties until March 16 to sort out the details.
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Fight Over Cleaning Contaminated Jersey City Site

2-10-15
Mayor Steve Fulop wants to stop PPG from working on a site contaminated with chromium because he says the company, which agreed to clean up the area, is doing so in a way that makes the property useless.
Used to treat anxiety and depression, St. John's wort is a common and popular herbal supplement.

DNA Tests on Herbal Supplements Prompt Safety Warnings to Consumers

2-5-15
New Jersey poison control official cites allergic reaction concerns. Industry representatives dismiss testing method as unreliable.
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Officials Call for Updated Building Safety Codes After Edgewater Fire

2-3-15
Officials in Edgewater and Princeton are calling for updates to New Jersey's building safety codes to prevent large fires like the one that happened in Edgewater.
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AC Resident Fighting CRDA’s Use of Eminent Domain

2-3-15
Charlie Birnbaum is appealing a judge's decision siding with the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority to take his house through eminent domain.
Ron Brown studied more than 350 workplace murders in preparing to write Dying on the Job, believed to be the first book to focus exclusively on workplace murder. Photo: Jeff Tolvin

What Drives Individuals to Kill Their Co-Workers

2-3-15
"Dying on the Job" by Rutgers graduate Ronald D. Brown provides behavioral clues and contributing factors in workplace murders that few authors have attempted to explain.