Five years ago 32 people were killed in the Virginia Tech shootings, including three students from New Jersey. A bill unveiled by Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) aims to better protect students from harm on college campuses.
One month from today, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs will hold a public hearing to take testimony on a plan to make permanent the state’s comprehensive ban on synthetic marijuana, commonly known as “K2 or Spice.”
Even as a report today by independent congressional investigators finds that Governor Christie misstated New Jersey’s share of the costs for the Hudson River rail tunnel project, Christie reiterates that he would not send taxpayers a bill for the estimated cost overruns.
He oversaw New Jersey’s fourth-largest school district for decades and now he faces jail time. Former Toms River Schools Superintendent Mike Ritacco plead guilty to mail fraud and tax evasion Thursday, admitting he took millions of dollars in a bribery and kickback scheme.
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