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151203Flanagan

Protesters Fight Back Against Expansion of Bear Harvest

12-3-15
An estimated 3,500 black bears live in New Jersey, and state regulators say that’s too many. They cite a rising number of incidents where bears interacted with people and property.
151203Vannozzi

Jersey City Responds to Trump’s Claims of Muslim Cheering on 9/11

12-3-15
The head of the Council on American-Islamic relations and Jersey City leadership called for an end to rhetoric that stirs anti-Muslim sentiments.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Dec. 3, 2015

12-3-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
151202Cruz

At Morristown Event, Christie Says He’s Been Feeling Momentum For ‘Last Three Weeks’

12-2-15
Governor Chris Christie and First Lady Mary Pat Christie were in Morristown to honor David Scott as the 2015 New Jersey Hero. Scott has been running the Market Street Mission since 1989 and helps those dealing with addiction.
151202Flanagan

Reduction of Double Death Tax Means More Taxes For Working Families, Say Proponents

12-2-15
The death tax kicks in after an estate’s total value hits $675,000. Most people’s priciest possession is their home, but the average New Jersey home’s worth may be half that — about $356,000.
151202Hill

Second Amendment Society Claims Police Departments Delaying and Denying Handgun Permits

12-2-15
In a hidden-camera recording made by the New jersey Second Amendment Society, an Orange Police Detective Sergeant appears to explain how he denied a handgun purchase permit to an applicant not based on New Jersey law but on the applicant’s size and gender.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Dec. 2, 2015

12-2-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Dec. 1, 2015

12-1-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
151130Cruz

With Deadline Looming Federal Highway/Transit Bill Still Has $50 Million Cut for New Jersey

11-30-15
With a deadline looming for Congress to pass a long-term federal Highway and Mass transit bill, a Republican amendment could cost New Jersey $50 million, funding lawmakers say will be a body blow to the region's economy.
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Christie Picks Up New Hampshire Endorsements, Criticism from Trump

11-30-15
By Christie's own count, this was day 49 for the campaign in New Hampshire. Tonight is town hall meeting number 36.