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Criminal Justice Reform Advocates Voice Concerns

11-23-16
A group of New Jersey's most powerful advocates for criminal justice reform took the stage at a panel hosted by Sen. Cory Booker.
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NTSB Recommends Railroads Screen for Sleep Apnea

11-22-16
The NTSB has recommended the Federal Railroad Administration require railroads to medically screen employees in safety-sensitive positions for sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. This comes after the engineer involved in the Hoboken crash reportedly had undiagnosed sleep apnea.
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Newark Airport Gets Automated Security Screening Lanes

11-22-16
The Transportation Security Administration and United Airlines rolled out the first two automated security screening lanes at Newark Airport ahead of Thanksgiving travel.
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Sen. Cory Booker Discusses Importance of Criminal Justice Reform

11-22-16
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker is a big supporter of reforming the criminal justice system. He says health care and drug treatment should be available to people with mental illness and addiction issues and sentences should be proportional to the infractions.
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Trump’s Travel to NJ Cost Residents Time and Money

11-21-16
President-Elect Donald Trump traveled from New York City to Bedminster to spend the weekend at his golf course for meetings. The trip snarled traffic and cost the municipality an estimated $5,000 to provide 90 overtime man hours in police coverage for 48 hours.
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HUD Homeless Count Comes Up Short

11-18-16
Homelessness is down 12 percent over the last year in New Jersey, according to the Annual Homeless Assessment Report from the federal department of Housing and Urban Development.
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Estate Tax Will Begin Phase Out on Jan. 1, 2017

11-18-16
Some NJ business owners were abandoning the state to avoid paying huge estate taxes, but not anymore.
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New Law Will Allow Adoptees to Access Sealed Birth Records

11-18-16
Starting Jan. 1, 2017, an estimated 100,000 to 150,000 NJ adoptees will be able to access original birth records and contact information for their birth parents.
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Report: Homelessness Criminalized in Some Cities

11-16-16
A National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty report found that Newark, Trenton and Atlantic City have laws on the books to remove the homeless from public view, which it says criminalizes the population for trying to live.
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Groups File Complaints Against Red Bank Charter School

11-15-16
The Latino Coalition and a private parent group filed formal complaints with the state against Red Bank Charter School, which they say educates fewer Latinos than the traditional public schools in the area.