Police departments say the implementation of bail reform, which eliminates monetary bail, has endangered the public. But judges and prosecutors have a different view, saying the program is an improvement, though it does need some tweaks.
Gov. Christie signed a bill that limits initial opioid prescriptions, requires insurance companies provide health coverage for up to six months for medically ordered substance abuse treatment and requires a doctor/patient conversation about opioid risks prior to prescribing.
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