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NJ Supreme Court: COLAs Not Guaranteed for Public Workers

6-9-16
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled 6-1 that cost-of-living adjustments for public workers aren’t guaranteed. That’s $13 billion retirees won’t get back.
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Controversy Over Mandatory Minimum Sentencing for Fentanyl

6-9-16
Sen. Cory Booker, the ACLU and others oppose a proposal to increase mandatory minimum sentencing for fentanyl, saying imposing a five-year jail term for two grams of the drug punishes addicts instead of distributors.
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Proposed Bill Would Create Public Animal Abuser List

6-8-16
Assemblyman Troy Singleton has sponsored legislation that would create a public list of people convicted of criminal abuse of animals or found civilly liable for animal cruelty in New Jersey.
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Former NJ Driver Sues Uber Over ‘Unlawful’ Practices

6-6-16
A former Uber driver from New Jersey who says he got fed up with low pay, long hours and no overtime has filed a class action lawsuit accusing Uber of “unlawful wage policies and practices.”
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Cape May County Sees 25 Percent Drop in Drug Overdoses

6-3-16
Drug overdoses in Cape May County dropped from 47 percent in the first quarter of 2014 to just 21 percent for the same period this year. It's been a community effort between faith-based groups, law enforcement, schools and hospitals.
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Representative Donald Payne Jr. Talks Gun Violence Prevention

6-3-16
A gun violence prevention forum brought together state and local officials to talk about gun safety reforms. Representative Donald Payne, Jr. sums up what he got from the forum.
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Gun Control Discussed in Assembly Committee as Gun Violence Continues Unabated

6-2-16
The Assembly's Law and Public Safety Committee met to discuss gun control efforts.
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Bill Would Allow Police to Check Cell Phones at Accident Scenes

6-2-16
Sen. Codey has introduced legislation that would authorize law enforcement to check on the spot whether a driver was using a cell phone at the time of an accident.
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Crime on the Rise with the Temperatures

5-31-16
Memorial Day weekend was violent around the state. Ten people shot in Jersey City over the last six days, including two teenagers over the weekend. In Newark, a gas station owner shot and killed in broad daylight. In Elizabeth, two shootings this weekend. And, in Camden, 10 homicides in the month of May.
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Maplewood Bans Commercial Leaf Blowers

5-31-16
From June through August, Maplewood is banning commercial leaf blowers after residents complained about the noise. Landscapers say the ban is unfairly directed at their businesses.