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Scope of Exxon Pollution More Than Just Bayway, Bayonne Refineries

4-7-15
The settlement with Exxon waives its responsibility for pollution from leaks and spills at hundreds of local gas stations across New Jersey.
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Ocean Residents to Get Tax Rebates for Shopping Local

4-7-15
The Own Ocean program will allow Ocean Township residents to shop at participating local businesses and get a percentage of the purchase applied to their property tax bill.
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NJ Supreme Court to Take Up State Pension Dispute as Soon as Next Month

4-7-15
Administration and public-employee unions sidestep Appellate Division and move straight to top court.
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Public Review Period of Exxon Deal Begins Today

4-6-15
The DEP released a copy of the Exxon settlement today to start the review and comment period on it. Environmentalists have blasted the deal while others have said it's the most realistic agreement.
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Medford Officials Consider Buying Cemetery to Generate Revenue

4-6-15
Members of the Medford Township council are working out an agreement to purchase Park View Cemetery, which estimates project could generate about $80 million over 50 years.
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Ask the Congressman: April 6, 2015

4-6-15
Congressman Tom MacArthur answers questions from New Jerseyans during “Ask the Congressman,” on WOBM AM Monday at 7 p.m.
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Republican Assemblywoman Calls Out Dems for Support of Menendez

4-3-15
Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi calls Democrats' support of Sen. Menendez after his indictment hypocritical because they rushed to judgement about Gov. Christie after the GWB scandal.
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Controversy Over Iran Nuclear Deal

4-3-15
Not everyone is happy with the Iran nuclear deal reached Thursday, including two New Jersey lawmakers.
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Sen. Menendez Pleads Not Guilty to Bribery Charges

4-2-15
Sen. Bob Menendez made his first court appearance in Newark Thursday where he entered a plea of not guilty to the 14 counts against him.
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Transportation Commissioner: Fund Will Be Broke Next Year

4-2-15
Transportation Commissioner Jamie Fox told the Senate Budget Committee that while the Transportation Trust Fund is not depleted yet, it will be July 1, 2016.