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Leah’s Law Aims to Up Security for Child Services Caseworkers

3-11-15
Child caseworker Leah Coleman was stabbed by a client 21 times in November after security was removed from the building. Leah's Law would ensure greater security for employees.
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Menendez Reacts to Reports of Possible Corruption Charges

3-6-15
Sen. Bob Menendez held a press conference after reports came out that the Justice Department plans to charge him with corruption.
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Truck Drivers Say It’s Difficult to Find Places to Rest

3-6-15
Federal regulations say truck drivers must rest every eight hours, but those who travel in North Jersey say it's hard to find rest areas and they sometimes pull over on the side of the highway.
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Sen. Menendez Will Likely Face Criminal Corruption Charges

3-6-15
Attorney General Eric Holder has reportedly approved prosecutors' request to bring criminal corruption charges against Sen. Bob Menendez.
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New Newark Police Precinct Officially Opens

3-4-15
Officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Newark's First Precinct in the Central Ward.
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Prognosis Bleak for Many in NJ if Supreme Court Rejects Health Insurance Tax Credits

3-4-15
Losing subsidies under the Affordable Care Act could prove disastrous for residents with health problems who might lose insurance.
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Investigating Ways to Beef Up Maritime Cyber Security

3-3-15
Officials met at Rutgers in New Brunswick to discuss ways to prevent cyber attacks at ports like Port Newark.
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Homeland Security Funding Deadline Looms

2-27-15
The House failed to pass a bill temporarily funding the Department of Homeland Security ahead of a midnight deadline.
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Collaborative Divorce Lets Couples Split Without Litigation

2-27-15
The New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act allows couples to divorce without having to file a complaint with the court explaining their sides.
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Hopewell Township Looking for More Volunteer Emergency First Responders

2-25-15
Hopewell Township Fire District is launching a new campaign to fill the need for emergency first responder volunteers.