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Elected Newark Councilmembers Give Baraka Allies Majority Of City Council

6-11-14
In the run-off elections for Newark City Council, Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins was victorious along with Mildred Crump's win on May 13, giving allies to Mayor-elect Ras Baraka a five to four majority on the City Council.
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Rutgers’ Releases Report on Governance

6-11-14
Rutgers University released a 'secret' report on the Board of Governance.
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AARP NJ President Says Caregiver Bill Will Pass

6-11-14
AARP New Jersey State President Dave Mollen said he thinks that the Caregiver Bill will pass.

Democrats try to kick pot advocate off ballot

6-11-14
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A perpetual New Jersey political candidate who calls himself "Weedman" may be ousted from November's congressional ballot after a challenge this week from Democrats. Ed Forchion says it shows the rising tide of pro-pot voters ...

3 New Jersey men indicted on child porn charges

6-11-14
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Three New Jersey men have been indicted on child pornography charges. State authorities say 63-year-old Frank Fiorelli of Springfield; 29-year-old James Engle of Washington Township and 35-year-old Robert Rowe II of Union ...
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: June 11, 2014

6-11-14
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.

Confirmation hearings set for high court nominees

6-11-14
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The two Supreme Court nominees that Gov. Chris Christie and New Jersey's Senate president struck a deal on will get confirmation hearings Monday. Sen. Nick Scutari, who is chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, tells The ...

Trenton mayor-elect pledges ethical administration

6-11-14
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The mayor-elect in New Jersey's capital city is pledging to run "the most ethical administration in the city's history." Trenton voters elected former city public works director Eric Jackson in a runoff Tuesday less than a ...
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GWB Investigation Leads To Various Expenses

6-10-14
The investigation on the George Washington Bridge lane closures has led to various expenses, which the state has agree to pay for some of the bills.
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Advocates for Disabled Say Closing Disability Centers May Result in Deaths

6-10-14
After two people died after being moved from a state-run disability center, advocates for the disabled say that closing the disability centers could result in more deaths.