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150617Delmore

Weinberg Plans to Amend Smart Gun Law This Fall

6-17-15
Instead of requiring stores to only sell smart guns three years after they are introduced in the U.S., Sen. Loretta Weinberg wants to amend the law to have retailers offer smart guns alongside their other products.
150617Wanko

Spike in Injuries Seen in Summer

6-17-15
During the summer months, Jersey Shore University Medical Center sees a significant spike in injuries.
150616Cruz

With Appointments to Essex Bench, Signs of Cooperation Between Governor and Democrats

6-16-15
Governor Christie's recent appointments to fill vacant positions in the Essex County judiciary have come after a long period of logjams and postponements making some wonder 'why now?'
150616Pozycki

Auxiliary Police Help Protect Communities and Save Cities Money

6-16-15
The Citizens Campaign founder Harry Pozycki talks about what auxiliary police are and how they can help municipalities save money and resources.
150615Vannozzi

Lawmakers Consider Tougher Gun Laws for Domestic Violence Offenders

6-15-15
Members of the Assembly are considering a bill that would allow domestic violence victims to report firearms that haven't been seized to a court for removal. Critics say the bill misses the mark because New Jersey's definition of domestic abuse is too broad.
150615Delmore

NJ Smart Gun Law Has Seemingly Stalled Sales

6-15-15
New Jersey has a law on the books that says three years after the first smart gun is sold anywhere in the country, state firearms dealers can only sell smart guns. That law has led to threats against store owners who try to sell the new technology.
150611Hill

Princeton Police Chief: Swatting More Than Prank Call

6-11-15
Princeton Police Chief Nick Sutter says swatting, when people call in false emergencies, rises to the level of terrorism.
150611Flanagan

NJ Lawmakers Sponsor Bill to Ban Powdered Alcohol

6-11-15
Several New Jersey lawmakers are trying to ban the sale of powdered alcohol because of potential abuse by teens.
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NJ Supreme Court Sides with Christie on Pension Issue

6-9-15
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that Chapter 78, the pension reform law of 2011, was not a binding contract so Gov. Christie does not have to fully fund the pension system. Unions have vowed to fight the ruling.
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Aron: Pension Ruling Could Be Double Edged Sword for Christie

6-9-15
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron says while initially the state Supreme Court siding with Gov. Christie on the pension issue seems like a big victory, it also highlights the fiscal problems of New Jersey, which could be used against Christie in a presidential run.