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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.
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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.
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Christie Pardons Man Who Mistakenly Carried Registered Gun in Car

6-9-15
Gov. Christie pardoned Steffon Josey-Davis who had a registered gun in his glove compartment two years ago.
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NJ Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Christie’s Position on Pensions

6-9-15
The state Supreme Court has ruled Gov. Christie can make cuts to the public employee pension system.
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What Warrants Police Use of Deadly Force in NJ?

6-8-15
A Rutgers School of Criminal Justice professor helped write New Jersey's statewide policy on the use of force. Police officers may use deadly force if they believe their life or the life of another is in imminent danger.
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New Cop Class Diversifies, Strengthens Jersey City Force in Face of Recent Shootings

6-5-15
The Jersey City Police Department has a new class of officers that includes more than two dozen minorities. The city is hoping to improve police/community relations.
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Cub Scout’s Question Could Bring Legal Complications for Christie

6-4-15
A Cub Scout asked Gov. Christie about his security detail during a recent town hall. The governor gave a somewhat detailed answer, which troubled a judge since his administration was trying to keep certain aspects of his security secret.
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Jersey City Landmark Loew’s Lease Ruled Valid

6-4-15
The fight over the Loew's Theatre continues. A Superior Court judge ruled in favor of the Friends of the Loew's appeal, which came after an initial decision siding with Jersey City over operations of the facility.