The Campus Fire Safety Education Act would create a $15 million annual grant program that would authorize direct funding to colleges and universities to implement, expand or improve fire safety education for the campus community.
Gov. Christie said he agrees with President Trump that voter fraud exists throughout the country. He also discussed the possible repeal of the Affordable Care Act and said he would not endorse Kim Guadagno in her run for governor.
A debate over the efficiency and necessity of the Port Authority Police Department has spurred after several reports and an op-ed from former State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff posed the question if it was time to eliminate the department.
Cooper saw a nearly 10 percent increase in the volume of calls since taking over ambulance services in Camden. And at the same time improved response rates within eight minutes or less from 70 to 90 percent over the year.
New Jersey Attorney General Chris Porrino has sent a letter telling the medical profession the Christie administration is revising the rules from a 30-day initial opiate prescription to a five-day supply for acute pain in an effort to reduce addiction rates.
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