Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto's Atlantic City bill was pulled before a vote. The speaker and Senate President Steve Sweeney disagreed about whether a meeting to discuss a compromise would be taking place.
Congressman Bill Pascrell and Sen. Bob Menendez rallied support to create a voluntary, national database among America’s Bravest to study the relationship between cancer and career-long exposure to toxic fumes.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop put out a statement attacking George Norcross for meddling in the Atlantic City crisis. Norcross fired back at the mayor saying he became "unhinged" after not getting his support in the gubernatorial race.
Anthony Brown and Gwendolyn Booker have filed a federal lawsuit against Newark's state-run school district, its superintendent, the city and Gov. Christie, saying their children drank water tainted with lead in Newark schools.
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