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    Rep. Gottheimer Pushes Measure to Rid School Water of Lead

    Congressman Josh Gottheimer is proposing the Lead-Free Schools Act.

    Rep. Gottheimer Pushes Measure to Rid School Water of Lead

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    Christie Marks Re-Opening of Mid-State Correctional Facility

    Mid-State Correctional Facility will treat inmates with substance use disorders.

    Christie Marks Re-Opening of Mid-State Correctional Facility

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    School Helps Special Needs Students Prepare for Work

    The New Road School of Parlin offers students an on-campus careers program.

    School Helps Special Needs Students Prepare for Work

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    Menendez Worries Russia Could Take Over Citgo

    Sen. Menendez believes Russia is waging geopolitical war, using corporations like Citgo.

    Menendez Worries Russia Could Take Over Citgo

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    Elementary Students Learn Science from Future Teachers

    Students from the William Paterson University College of Education developed lesson plans.

    Elementary Students Learn Science from Future Teachers

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    Rep. MacArthur Explains Legislation to Curb Addiction

    Congressman Tom MacArthur is co-sponsor of the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act.

    Rep. MacArthur Explains Legislation to Curb Addiction

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    Bills Would Strengthen Building Codes to Prevent Fires

    Lawmakers will consider legislation to strengthen building codes to try to prevent fires.

    Bills Would Strengthen Building Codes to Prevent Fires

    Video thumbnail: NJTV News Six Flags Elephant Shows Off Artistic Talent

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    Six Flags Elephant Shows Off Artistic Talent

    African elephant Joyce creates paintings that are sold to benefit animal programs.

    Six Flags Elephant Shows Off Artistic Talent

    Video thumbnail: NJTV News New Jersey Business Leaders Inducted into Hall of Fame

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    New Jersey Business Leaders Inducted into Hall of Fame

    The NJ Business Hall of Fame ceremony was held by and for Junior Achievement of New Jersey

    New Jersey Business Leaders Inducted into Hall of Fame

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    Walkable Towns Appealing, Good for Economy

    A new study has found walkable towns improve the economy and create jobs.

    Walkable Towns Appealing, Good for Economy

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    Why Do We Dream?

    While there's no definitive answer as to why we dream, there are many theories.

    Why Do We Dream?

    Video thumbnail: NJTV News Christie Calls for NJ Transit to Withhold Amtrak Rental Fee

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    Christie Calls for NJ Transit to Withhold Amtrak Rental Fee

    Gov. Christie told Amtrak NJ Transit would withhold its monthly $2.5 million rental fee.

    Christie Calls for NJ Transit to Withhold Amtrak Rental Fee

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    Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity Questions Off Census

    Questions about sexual orientation and gender identity are being left off the 2020 census.

    Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity Questions Off Census

    Video thumbnail: NJTV News Monitor Peter Harvey Talks Status of Newark Consent Decree

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    Monitor Peter Harvey Talks Status of Newark Consent Decree

    Newark Federal Monitor Peter Harvey says the consent decree in Newark is going to continue

    Monitor Peter Harvey Talks Status of Newark Consent Decree

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    Flooding Concerns with Heavy Rain, But NJ Still in Drought

    Even with the recent rain, the state is still in a drought.

    Flooding Concerns with Heavy Rain, But NJ Still in Drought

    Video thumbnail: NJTV News Hard Rock Outlines Plans for AC Casino Hotel

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    Hard Rock Outlines Plans for AC Casino Hotel

    Hard Rock’s new $375 million Atlantic City casino hotel will transform the old Taj Mahal.

    Hard Rock Outlines Plans for AC Casino Hotel

    Video thumbnail: NJTV News Independent Review: NJ Revenues Trail Expectations

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    Independent Review: NJ Revenues Trail Expectations

    The Office of Legislative Services provided an independent revenue forecast.

    Independent Review: NJ Revenues Trail Expectations

    Video thumbnail: NJTV News Maplewood Bans Commercial Use of Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers

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    Maplewood Bans Commercial Use of Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers

    Members of the Maplewood Township Committee voted unanimously to ban leaf blowers.

    Maplewood Bans Commercial Use of Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers

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    In Newark, Officials Say Police Reforms Will Move Forward

    Newark is one of 14 police departments across the country currently under consent decrees.

    In Newark, Officials Say Police Reforms Will Move Forward

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    Kids Learn Farming the Old Fashioned Way

    Robbins Elementary School students took part in the 25th annual horse plow event.

    Kids Learn Farming the Old Fashioned Way

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    Activist Marks Anniversary of King Assassination

    People's Organization for Progress Chair Larry Hamm reflects on the anniversary.

    Activist Marks Anniversary of King Assassination

    Video thumbnail: NJTV News Asm. John McKeon Wants Changes for Whistleblower Cases

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    Asm. John McKeon Wants Changes for Whistleblower Cases

    Asm. McKeon wants information whisleblowers expose to be provided to the public.

    Asm. John McKeon Wants Changes for Whistleblower Cases

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    NJ Transit Unsure When Normal Train Schedule Will Resume

    After a derailment, NJ Transit isn't sure when normal service will resume.

    NJ Transit Unsure When Normal Train Schedule Will Resume

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    Small Business Owner Claims NJ Transit Owes Him Over $1M

    Russell Graddy claims NJ Transit owes him more than $1 million after a deal fell through.

    Small Business Owner Claims NJ Transit Owes Him Over $1M