Most Democrats have pledged their support for more gun control measures, sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney. Sen. Jeff Van Drew (D-1), however, is not among them.
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Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senate Republican leader Tom Kean are at odds and have stopped the other's bills from moving forward.
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Gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono and Newark Mayor Cory Booker say greater gun control measures are necessary to reduce gun violence in the state.
Other Democrats are applauding Buono, including Elizabeth Mayor Chris Bollwage, who previously expressed lukewarm support for her.
Assemblywoman Linda Stender (D-22), is introducing a bill to ban video games in public places.
Frank Fiamingo, President of the New Jersey Second Amendment Society, says the latest round of legislation will do nothing to reduce crime, but will instead further restrict law abiding individuals.
Hundreds went to the Statehouse for a public hearing on a sweeping gun violence prevention package to testify. Some yelled at legislators.
The issue of gun violence ignited passionate pleas from dozens of people who testified at a hearing in Newark at the Rutgers Law Center.
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The latest gun buyback program in Trenton yielded 2,604 weapons, 700 of which were illegal. Attorney General Jeff Chiesa says the programs make communities safer by getting guns off the streets.
Gov. Chris Christie announced the New Jersey Safe Task Force to make recommendations about gun control, addiction, mental illness, the level of violence in society and school safety.
Members of the Newark Interfaith Coalition for Hope and Peace want to curb violence in New Jersey's largest city.