June 12, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

The governor on the front lines of efforts to curb opioid addiction, talking with doctors on the dangers of over-prescribing painkillers.

St. Peter’s Healthcare System on the front lines in the fight to keep religious institutions exempt from federal laws safe guarding pension plans.

A turf war over waterfront property. It’s high rise developers versus neighbors who want to keep a sliver of Jersey City affordable.

Nursing home operators asking the state for more funding to cover the gap between costs of patient care and Medicaid reimbursements.

Some rare birds get special protection from predators both animal and human. The piping plover eggs are nearly ready to hatch.

And a Jersey tavern where the state’s first Legislature heard the nation’s Declaration of Independence read aloud and for the record.