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New Jersey’s Drug Addiction Crisis

3-25-16
NJTV News has been a part of the initiative Healthy NJ: New Jersey’s Drug Addiction Crisis, aimed at raising awareness and promoting discussion about the state’s drug problems and solutions.
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Conference Celebrates Successes, Challenges of Re-entry Efforts

3-24-16
Panel discussions during the Jersey City prisoner re-entry conference included elected officials and judges who have started drug courts and aggressive re-entry programs.
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Wyckoff Chief Steps Aside While Attorney General Investigates Racially-Charged Email

3-23-16
Wyckoff Police Chief Ben Fox is being investigated after he sent an email seeming to justify racial profiling.
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Christie Gives Briefing on NJ Security After Brussels Terror Attack

3-22-16
Gov. Christie outlined the increased security measures taken in and around New Jersey after the terror attacks in Brussels were carried out.
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Objection to Proposed Gun Permit Rules for Officials

3-22-16
Sen. Gerry Cardinale has proposed legislation to make it easier for legislators and judges to obtain permits to carry firearms. Both pro-gun and anti-gun groups have spoken out against the proposed legislation.
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Education Fairness, AC Takeover, Legalizing Marijuana All Topics at State Budget Hearing

3-21-16
The Assembly Appropriations Committee heard from residents about the proposed $34.8 billion New Jersey budget.
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Sen. Cory Booker Discusses Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland

3-18-16
Sen. Cory Booker says it's the duty of the two branches of government to fill vacancies in the third branch by giving a fair hearing to Supreme Court nominee Judge Merrick Garland.
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NJ Office of Homeland Security Hosts 10th Annual Conference

3-18-16
Security experts say one of the biggest threats to New Jersey remains homegrown style extremism coupled with cyber terrorism.
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NJ Supreme Court Hears Case for Restoring COLAs

3-15-16
Public workers who retired before a 2011 law went into effect want their cost of living adjustments (COLAs) restored, saying they were promised those benefits when they were hired.
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New Jersey Relaxes Rules for Police Stun Gun Use

3-8-16
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman announced that police officers are now permitted to use stun guns in more situations. He says the action is meant to save lives. Attorney