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NJ Attorney General Outlines Opiate Prescription Limit Changes

1-24-17
New Jersey Attorney General Chris Porrino has sent a letter telling the medical profession the Christie administration is revising the rules from a 30-day initial opiate prescription to a five-day supply for acute pain in an effort to reduce addiction rates.
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NJ Residents Participate in Women’s March on Washington

1-21-17
NJTV News followed New Jerseyans participating in the Women's March on Washington.
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Protesting President Trump

1-20-17
People gathered at Trenton’s Shiloh Baptist Church to pray for divine help to resist Donald Trump. Many more will march in protest of the new president.
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Honoring Those Fighting NJ’s Heroin Epidemic

1-19-17
NJTV honored several members of the community who are part of the fight against New Jersey's growing heroin epidemic.
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Camden County Police Chief Touts Successes

1-19-17
Chief Scott Thomson met with House Speaker Paul Ryan this week to discuss ways in which other communities can use the Camden County Police Department as a model.
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Report: Homegrown Terrorism on the Rise

1-17-17
The New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness released a report saying the number of people traveling overseas to join ISIS and other terrorist groups is declining, but the number of homeland violent extremists is up.
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Survey Shows Police Believe Jobs Are More Dangerous

1-16-17
The Pew Research Center survey results show law enforcers see their jobs as more difficult and more dangerous now than in previous years.
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Microgrids Could Help Reduce Mass Power Outages

1-16-17
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities is offering towns money to conduct feasibility studies to create microgrids, which work as small-scale, localized power systems.
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Shedding Light on Human Trafficking

1-16-17
The Department of Justice reports that 83 percent of those enslaved due to human trafficking are American citizens of every age.
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Judges to Consider New Guidelines When Sentencing Juveniles

1-13-17
A new Supreme Court ruling means New Jersey judges will have to consider factors like age, immaturity, family environment and peer pressure before giving a lengthy sentence to juveniles convicted of violent crimes.