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Thousands of New Jerseyans Attend Women’s March on Washington

New Jersey was well represented at the Women's March on Washington. NJTV News followed a bus from Union County to the nation's capital to find out why people participated.

Bill Would Require School Districts to Pay for Recovery School

Sens. Ray Lesniak and Teresa Ruiz's bill would require school districts to pay for students to attend a recovery school if a medical or clinical professional determines a student has a substance abuse disorder and wants to transfer.

What’s Next? Booker Convenes Women Activists to Strategize After D.C. March

Sen. Cory Booker gathered with supporters, advocates and organizers of the Women's March on Washington to harness momentum and plot strategy going forward.

What Repealing Obamacare Could Mean for New Jersey

President Trump has vowed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Some New Jersey lawmakers say that could cost the state $1 billion and cause a budget nightmare.

NJ Residents Participate in Women’s March on Washington

NJTV News followed New Jerseyans participating in the Women's March on Washington.

Donald Trump Becomes 45th President of the United States

Donald Trump has taken the oath of office and is now the 45th president of the United States.

Rutgers’ Recovery House Helps Students Who Struggle with Addiction

The Recovery House at Rutgers University offers a living space for students who are recovering from addiction. The average GPA is higher than the rest of campus.

Protesting President Trump

People gathered at Trenton’s Shiloh Baptist Church to pray for divine help to resist Donald Trump. Many more will march in protest of the new president.

LIVE STREAM: Donald Trump Inauguration

PBS NewsHour provides live coverage of the inauguration of Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States.

Reports of Trump Spending Cuts Ahead of Inauguration

The day before Donald Trump is to be sworn in as president, reports surfaced that his administration may cut spending in many departments, eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities and cut and privatize the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.