Lost between Gov. Christie's presidential campaign and the state budget drama was the passage of a bill designed to put strict limits on the information NJ companies can collect when they scan a driver's license or credit card.
Sandy-impacted homeowners still deciding whether to reopen their FEMA flood insurance claims can get free advice from experts at three community meetings being held this Saturday in Seaside Park, Ortley Beach, and Manasquan.
Officials at a state Board of Education meeting made it clear Wednesday that committees would be formed solely to review the Common Core's two education standards, and that New Jersey parents waiting for changes should not expect them before the start of the 2016-2017 school year.
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