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Martell’s Suspended, Fined After Serving Patron Who Caused Fatal Crash

4-10-15
Martell's Tiki Bar in Point Pleasant has agreed to a one-month suspension and a $500,000 fine after it allegedly served a drunk patron who drove away in the wrong car and died in a wrong way crash.
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NJ National Guard Under Investigation After Allegations of Racism, Discrimination

4-9-15
The Inspector General and other agencies are investigating allegations that minorities were passed over for promotion due to racism.
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Legislative Leaders Discuss Christie’s Pension Proposal

4-9-15
Members of the New Jersey Legislature appear divided about Gov. Christie's latest pension reform proposal.
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NJ Hosts Stand Up for Transportation Day Event

4-9-15
Officials marked Stand Up for Transportation Day, meant to get the federal government to find reliable sources for funding mass transit.
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Study Finds Positive Results of Paid Sick Leave in Jersey City

4-9-15
A Rutgers Eagleton study found that instituting paid sick days didn't negatively impact businesses in Jersey City, but the NJBIA takes issue with it.
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Union Beach to Get $202M in Flood Resiliency Money

4-8-15
Gov. Christie announced that Union Beach will undergo a series of projects the Army Corps of Engineers designed to prevent the type of flooding it experienced during Hurricane Sandy.
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Assessing the DREAM Act One Year Later

4-8-15
The DREAM Act gives undocumented students access to in-state tuition at New Jersey colleges, but without financial aid, some say the legislation doesn't go far enough.
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Medicare Rules Make It Hard for Some to Get Home Health Care

4-8-15
Because of Medicare rules, some New Jersey residents are finding it difficult to secure home care to keep loved ones out of nursing homes.
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Transitioning Developmentally Disabled to Community Living

4-8-15
Instead of living in an institution, some developmentally disabled patients have been transitioning to group homes. Rutgers has an education program for families to help with the transition.
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Rutgers Professor Discusses Book About Lincoln’s Last Speech

4-8-15
Louis Masur's just-published book "Lincoln's Last Speech" highlights Abraham Lincoln's final public comments and how his assassin was in the audience.