A group of states, led by Texas, are going before the Supreme Court to fight President Obama's executive order on immigration that's designed to allow unauthorized immigrants to stay here if their children were brought here or born here.
Seton Hall Law School students went to Bloomfield municipal court and say they observed eight in 10 people responding to tickets were black or Latino. They say Bloomfield police are running a "border patrol" with Newark, a claim the department denies.
Gov. Christie's prior Supreme Court nominees have been refused hearings from the state Senate. His latest nominee -- Democrat Walter Timpone -- is expected to meet the qualifications of the "gentleman's agreement" in maintaining a balanced court.
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