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Greenstein's Statewide Police Licensing Legislation Gains Support

TRENTON, NJ -- Legislation sponsored by Senators Linda Greenstein (D-Mercer/Middlesex) and Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) to establish statewide qualifications for all police officer through a licensing program is gaining support as the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee passed the measure in a bi-partisan, unanimous vote on Monday.

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N.J. Gets Real On Environmental Justice

THE REAL WORLD: NEW JERSEY — Across the country, environmental justice has become a buzzword deployed in goals, aspirations and administration actions.

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County Leaders Deliver Donated Supplies To Domestic Violence Shelter

More than 1,000 items collected for Catholic Charities Providence House Domestic Violence Services

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Juneteenth Celebration In Part Of Burlington County Set For Thursday

Three different communities are taking part in the event, organizers said.

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Bordentown Pride And Community Day Set For Sunday

Event will feature a parade, pet fashion contest, family fun area and specials from local eateries

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Senate Panel Advances Anti-Discrimination Appraisal Bill

A bill that would penalize discriminatory appraisals based on race or national origin advanced in the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee today.

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Senate OKs Bill For Disabled Veterans' Contracts

The state Senate passed a bill aimed at increasing contract approvals for disabled veteran business owners today.

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Bill Prohibiting Animal Abusers From Owning Pets Advances

"Moose's Law" unanimously passed State Senate Last Week

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Governor Murphy, State Lawmakers Propose A Statewide Police Licensing Program

Licenses would be an employment requirement for officers

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The Marijuana Market Isn’t Exactly Rocket Science

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As I was listening to the state Senate hearing on marijuana legalization last week, I was doing a bit of research on the internet.

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