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Stories of Thanks From Those in Recovery

11-24-16
Eva's Village in Paterson helps clients beat back addictions and find jobs. On Thanksgiving, volunteers and legislators help serve hundreds of meals to those in need.
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Rep. Pallone: Public Needs to Speak Up About Climate and Health Care Policies

11-24-16
Congressman Frank Pallone says that if the public doesn't agree with President-Elect Trump's policies on health care and climate change, they need to speak up.
161124Hill

MADD Gives NJ 2 Out of 5 Stars for Efforts Against Drunk Driving

11-24-16
Mothers Against Drunk Driving has ranked each state for its efforts to eliminate drunk driving. New Jersey received two stars out of five.
161123Flanagan

Trump Ending Trans-Pacific Partnership Might Hurt NJ Businesses

11-23-16
Thirty-eight percent of goods exported from Jersey went to TPP countries last year.
161123Aron

Home-Schooled Teen Prevented From Playing on Local Team

11-23-16
New Jersey is one of six states whose laws leave it up to the local district to determine if home-schoolers to participate in outside activities.
161123Delmore

Criminal Justice Reform Advocates Voice Concerns

11-23-16
A group of New Jersey's most powerful advocates for criminal justice reform took the stage at a panel hosted by Sen. Cory Booker.
161122Delmore

Sen. Cory Booker Discusses Importance of Criminal Justice Reform

11-22-16
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker is a big supporter of reforming the criminal justice system. He says health care and drug treatment should be available to people with mental illness and addiction issues and sentences should be proportional to the infractions.
161122Aron

Christie Plans to Serve Rest of Term Despite Talking with President-Elect Trump

11-22-16
During the radio show Ask the Governor, Gov. Christie said he plans to remain as New Jersey's leader despite meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump and formerly leading his transition team.
161121Aron

Lawmakers Unanimously Approve Bill to Make Quarterly Pension Payments

11-21-16
Instead of making one payment into the public worker pension funds at the end of the fiscal year, lawmakers unanimously approved a bill to have the state make four payments: at the end of September, December, March and June.
161121Delmore

Push to Extend Urban Enterprise Zones in Five Cities

11-21-16
The Assembly has voted to extend Urban Enterprise Zone designation in five cities where it's set to expire Dec. 31. The UEZ businesses charge half of the 7 percent sales tax and use that money to bolster economic development.