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Former Asw. Quigley: Chief Medical Examiner System Is A Mess

7-9-15
Former Assemblywoman Joan Quigley called the chief medical examiner system a mess in a recent column. She said that autopsies are being conducted with questionable results.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: July 9, 2015

7-9-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Kim Guadagno: Gubernatorial Run a ‘Decision for the Future’

7-8-15
Lieutenant Gov. Kim Guadagno says she's focused on her current position and improving New Jersey's economy.
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Legislation Would Require Used Car Dealers to Notify About Outstanding Recalls

7-8-15
Assemblyman Paul Moriarty has sponsored legislation that would require used car dealers to notify customers of any outstanding recalls at the point of sale.
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Finding Affordable Housing Not Easy in New Jersey

7-8-15
There are long waiting lists for people to get into affordable housing units in New Jersey and some say the rules for municipalities to provide such housing are unclear.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: July 8, 2015

7-8-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Liberty State Park Advocates Fear Commercial Development Despite New Law

7-7-15
Even though officials passed a law granting the NJDEP final say over development at Liberty State Park, advocates say keeping the Meadowlands Commission involved is troubling.
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Some See Cerf as Sorry Selection for Newark’s Schools

7-7-15
Opponents of Cami Anderson aren't pleased with Gov. Christie's choice of Chris Cerf to replace her as Newark's superintendent.
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Freehold Board of Ed Asks State to Overrule Referendum Votes

7-7-15
Freehold Borough schools are beyond their maximum capacity and two proposals for building expansions failed to get voter approval. Now the Board of Education is asking State Education Commissioner David Hespe to overrule the voters and ask the state to provide $33 million for expansion.
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CAWP Director: NJ Has Made Strides to Include More Women in Politics

7-7-15
Center for American Women and Politics Director Debbie Walsh says while New Jersey has more women in political office now than in the past, she would like to see greater involvement.