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NJ Legislature Votes To Call For Trump's Ouster Over Capitol Riot

TRENTON — The state Legislature voted Monday for a resolution that “strongly condemns President Trump and his extremist supporters” who attacked the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday and urges that Trump resign or be removed from office.

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Editorial

End The ‘Tenant Blacklist’ For Ex-Offenders

Editorial

Rob Carter, a director of operations for former Gov. Jim McGreevey’s large network of re-entry programs, is not the person he used to be. But it made no difference when he was searching for a place to live, in the middle of a pandemic. Landlords still refused to rent to him.

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Murphy Signs Bill Strengthening Amistad Commission

A new law signed Thursday by Gov. Phil Murphy will strengthen the state’s mandate that African American history be infused into New Jersey school curricula throughout the year.

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House Overrides Trump's veto Of Defense Bill Set To Boost Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives have voted to override President Donald Trump's veto of a defense spending bill that would provide a big boost to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

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Senior Property Tax Freeze Application Deadline Pushed To Feb. 1

New Jersey seniors and disabled individuals who are homeowners now have another month to apply for the state's 2019 "Senior Freeze" property tax reimbursement, pushing the deadline from Dec. 31 to Feb. 1, 2021, state Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio announced Wednesday.

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Driver's License Suspensions For Non-Moving Violations No Longer Mandatory In NJ

A New Jersey law intended to dissuade judges from suspending driver’s licenses over parking ticket fines and other non-moving violations will finally go into effect Friday.

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Minimum Wage Up By $1 An Hour In NJ, Bringing It To $12 For Most Low-Income Workers

GOP Sen. Declan O’Scanlon wants to suspend the increase because businesses are struggling in the pandemic

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Can't Pay Rent Or Mortgage During COVID? Here Are The Latest Housing Protections In NJ

New Jersey renters, homeowners and landlords negatively affected by the COVID pandemic have some new options for relief because of recent action at both the federal and state levels.

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Teachers, Cops, Grocery Workers: Here’s Who Will Get The Coronavirus Vaccine Next

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released recommendations for who should be next in line to get the coronavirus vaccine, after the first group of healthcare workers nursing home residents are vaccinated.

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We Asked Health Experts To Debunk 5 Common Coronavirus Myths. Here’s What They Said.

The adage holds that truth is the first casualty of war.

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