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150430Cruz

Newark Establishes First Ever Civilian Complaint Review Board

4-30-15
Mayor Ras Baraka signed an executive order creating Newark's first Civilian Complaint Review Board to oversee the city's police department.
150430Hill

Ambassador Rice Honors Late Congressman Donald Payne Sr. at Seton Hall

4-30-15
Ambassador Susan Rice was at Seton Hall University to kick off the Donald Payne Sr. Lecture Series.
150430Cassino

FDU Poll Finds Ethics Questions Answered with Feelings Over Facts

4-30-15
A PublicMind poll conducted at Fairleigh Dickinson University asking about what people find ethical in government practices found that most people decide based on feelings about politicians over facts.
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Administration Still Defends Removal of Property-Tax Data from DCA Website

4-30-15
Missing information makes it impossible to accurately assess where net property-tax burdens have climbed as tax-relief program was curtailed.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: April 30, 2015

4-30-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150429Cruz

Christie Answers Questions from the Media About Bridgegate, the Budget and Baltimore

4-29-15
After a ribbon cutting at Goya headquarters in Jersey City and a bill signing in New Brunswick, Gov. Christie answered questions from the New Jersey press corps where he discussed David Wildstein's possible guilty plea over Bridgegate, the state budget and sending state troopers to Baltimore.
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Junius Williams: Little Has Changed Since Civil Rights Movement

4-29-15
Author and scholar Junius Williams speaks about the similarities and differences between the Baltimore riots today and the Newark riots of 1967 and where the Civil Right Movement stands today.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: April 29, 2015

4-29-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150428Vannozzi

NJ Lawmakers Want Answers About Alleged Fraudulent Activity Post-Sandy

4-28-15
New Jersey's 12 members of Congress signed a letter to the House Oversight Committee saying FEMA knew about fraudulent practices that denied Sandy victims money owed but failed to act.
150428Hill

FEMA Official: No Evidence of Insurance Fraud Post-Sandy

4-28-15
Despite reports of engineering and insurance companies defrauding policy holders after Hurricane Sandy, a FEMA official told senators from New Jersey and New York that he hasn't seen evidence of fraud.