New global terror threats place refugees in New Jersey in a glaring spotlight. Meanwhile, federal funding that's helping pay medical bills of first-responders who trace their ailments to 9/11 is near expiration. NJ Transit, which just raised fares, stands to lose millions in federal aid if a transportation bill amendment stays intact.
Heated debate concerning emigres from Syria and Iraq, fed by fears of a new spate of terrorism-related bloodshed in America, prompts shore-based Representative Frank Pallone (D-6) to meet with New Jersey religious leaders with first-hand knowledge.
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