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Choking in a domestic violence incident would bring prison time under new N.J. bill
Choking someone during a domestic dispute would become an indictable offense in New Jersey under a bill proposed by a group of state Assemblymen.
N.J. Senate acts to force Christie administration to restore property tax info
Bill to aid schools with large numbers of military children sent to Christie
New Jersey lawmakers have approved legislation intended to help school districts with large populations of students from military families.
NJBIZ: Bringing out-of-network costs into the light
So just how are those doctors able to charge so much? Stakeholders point to a 20-year-old state law that was meant as a consumer protection. The regulation says that, for someone in an emergency situation, patients who have no control over where they are treated and who treats them are protected from paying out-of-network costs.
Route 130 tops 'most dangerous' list for fifth consecutive year
Despite an ongoing traffic enforcement blitz, Route 130 has not been able to shed its label as New Jersey's most dangerous road for pedestrians.
N.J. Assembly committee advances EpiPen bill
A bill cleared by an Assembly panel on Monday would grant civil immunity to those authorized to use epinephrine on someone suffering from an allergic reaction, called anaphylaxis, or any other serious condition it helps relieve. Individuals who administer the drug would have had to complete a state-approved program.
Can You Pass the Citizenship Test?
It’s hard to be a good citizen if you don’t know how our government is structured.
Who was president of the United States during World War I?
If you answered “Woodrow Wilson,” congratulations — you’re in the minority. A whopping 79 percent of native-born American adults apparently don’t know the answer to that question.