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February 21, 2018: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
In the wake of the Parkland school shooting, the governor and state talk campus safety.
Students in Toms River organize a protest against gun violence.
Tolls on Rt. 78 and 80 to finance infrastructure projects per Trump admin.
NJ Transit to put 12 more passenger cars back on the tracks.
Police bust an interstate gun trafficking ring that brought illegal firearms.
New Jersey lawmakers want to stop schools from what's called "passing the trash."
The president finally introduces an infrastructure plan.
The lawsuit names no less than eight drugmakers.
Murphy reverses Christie veto on family planning funding.
The Legislative Black Caucus hosted a series of hearings about the dangers of marijuana.
Legal marijuana advocates offer education as the key to getting support for their cause.
Murphy assured New Jerseyans that the state is working to prevent gun violence in schools.
Soles4Souls sells the shoes to those in developing countries for them to seel at market.
Mansour's film "Leave a Message," was inspired by his own experience with cyberbullying.
NJ Girl Scouts learn the art of the cookie sale