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The Gender Politics of Running for Office

3-13-15
Center for American Women and Politics Scholar Kelly Dittmar discusses the intricacies and expectations around gender that both men and women face when running for office.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: March 13, 2015

3-13-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Education Commissioner Defends PARCC Test

3-12-15
Education Commissioner David Hespe told the Senate Education Committee that the PARCC test is a new way to measure achievement, not unlike previous assessments.
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Legislation Would Require NJ Doctors to Discuss Opiate Addiction

3-12-15
Pending legislation to require doctors to discuss opiate addiction and offer alternatives aims to reduce the number of people addicted to painkillers and heroin.
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Mayor Don Guardian Discusses Status of Atlantic City

3-12-15
Mayor Don Guardian discussed a variety of topics surrounding Atlantic City with NJTV News Anchor Mary Alice Williams.
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Environmentalists Campaign by Bus Ahead of Pinelands Commission Vote

3-12-15
Conservationists hit the road to visit five New Jersey senators still believed to be undecided about the controversial Barr nomination.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: March 12, 2015

3-12-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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NJ Supreme Court Takes Affordable Housing Control Away from COAH

3-11-15
The state Supreme Court put decision-making about affordable housing back in the hands of trial judges instead of leaving it up to the Council on Affordable Housing.
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Former Community Affairs Commissioner: Not Surprised By COAH Ruling

3-11-15
Former Community Affairs Commissioner Lori Grifa says that battles over COAH have existed for years and that they will continue to occur.
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Leah’s Law Aims to Up Security for Child Services Caseworkers

3-11-15
Child caseworker Leah Coleman was stabbed by a client 21 times in November after security was removed from the building. Leah's Law would ensure greater security for employees.