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Daily Record
Raymond Bateman, Somerset County's public servant, has diedAssembly. Bateman went on to serve as assistant majority leader in 1964 and ma
Raymond Bateman, Somerset County's public servant, has died
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
Assembly. Bateman went on to serve as assistant majority leader in 1964 and majority leader in 1965. He was elected to the New Jersey Senate in 1967 and was re-elected in 1971 and 1973. He served as assistant majority leader in 1968, majority... Read more
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The Irish Times
Heels and heroes: Dublin's mania for wrestlingcharacters. The veil was lifted once and for all in 1989, when Vince McMahon, t
Heels and heroes: Dublin's mania for wrestling
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
characters. The veil was lifted once and for all in 1989, when Vince McMahon, the man behind WWF (now WWE), told the New Jersey Senate that wrestling was “entertainment” not “sport”, largely to avoid the more onerous regulation that being a... Read more
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Philly.com
New Jersey Senate OK's aid for private school busingTRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The New Jersey Senate has passed a bill in which state tax
New Jersey Senate OK's aid for private school busing
Philly.com / Posted 4 days ago
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The New Jersey Senate has passed a bill in which state taxpayers would help cover the cost of busing private school students in Lakewood for the next three years. Lakewood's school district is eliminating courtesy busing for the... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Christie names 19 nominees, including Saddle River attorneyincluding Superior Court judges and administrative law judges. All the nominees
Christie names 19 nominees, including Saddle River attorney
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 5 days ago
including Superior Court judges and administrative law judges. All the nominees are subject to confirmation by the New Jersey Senate. The governor also made one direct appointment, Ulises E. Diaz of Rutherford, to the New Jersey Turnpike... Read more
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J Weekly
two views | Anti-BDS laws prevent discrimination, no threat to free speechThe New Jersey Senate passed on May 9 a bill restricting the state’s dealings w
two views | Anti-BDS laws prevent discrimination, no threat to free speech
J Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
The New Jersey Senate passed on May 9 a bill restricting the state’s dealings with companies that boycott Israel; the State Assembly is expected to vote on it soon. The measure, S1923/A925, would have the Garden State join the nine states that have... Read more
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NJ.com
An ex-N.J. governor collecting unemployment? | The Auditorand sometimes it's even necessary to file for unemployment when there's a lapse
An ex-N.J. governor collecting unemployment? | The Auditor
NJ.com / Posted 11 days ago
and sometimes it's even necessary to file for unemployment when there's a lapse in work. Such was the case with former New Jersey Senate co-president John Bennett, who was the state's acting governor for 3 and-a-half days in 2002 when a... Read more
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The Hill
Eric Holder goes to bat for Uberwent out to Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, Chicago Alderman Anthony Beale and Paul S
Eric Holder goes to bat for Uber
The Hill / Posted 13 days ago
went out to Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, Chicago Alderman Anthony Beale and Paul Sarlo, the deputy majority leader of the New Jersey Senate. The former attorney general cast his opposition to fingerprint-based checks as a matter of racial... Read more
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The Express-Times
Phillipsburg's 'turning point': Developer closes $2.5M I-R site sale$275,000 in back taxes on some 200 acres in 2012. "Today, we get $2.5 million,
Phillipsburg's 'turning point': Developer closes $2.5M I-R site sale
The Express-Times / Posted 13 days ago
$275,000 in back taxes on some 200 acres in 2012. "Today, we get $2.5 million," Wyant said. "I'll take that any day." New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney, who was not at the event, weighed in on the sale afterward in a news release,... Read more
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JTA
New head of Anne Frank Center wants a rights agenda as aggressive as he isfrom every major TV network. “This was Steven’s idea of a low-key celebration,
New head of Anne Frank Center wants a rights agenda as aggressive as he is
JTA / Posted 14 days ago
from every major TV network. “This was Steven’s idea of a low-key celebration,” said Weinberg, the majority leader in the New Jersey Senate. “He has the sense of purpose, the embrace of human rights for everybody and the additional PR sense to get... Read more
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Connecticut Post
New Jersey Legislators Consider Military Mortgage Relief Billoption, and they may return home to find foreclosure on their house. A new pie
New Jersey Legislators Consider Military Mortgage Relief Bill
Connecticut Post / Posted 17 days ago
option, and they may return home to find foreclosure on their house. A new piece of legislation under consideration by the New Jersey Senate committee addresses this issue. The bill, referred to as A-766, allows any resident of the state placed on... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
New Jersey Legislators Consider Military Mortgage Relief Billoption, and they may return home to find foreclosure on their house. A new pie
New Jersey Legislators Consider Military Mortgage Relief Bill
Stamford Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
option, and they may return home to find foreclosure on their house. A new piece of legislation under consideration by the New Jersey Senate committee addresses this issue. The bill, referred to as A-766, allows any resident of the state placed on... Read more
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WBGO-FM Newark
Bill Would Increase Funds To Support Arts, Promote TourismState funds for the arts, historical heritage programs, and promoting tourism w
Bill Would Increase Funds To Support Arts, Promote Tourism
WBGO-FM Newark / Posted 18 days ago
State funds for the arts, historical heritage programs, and promoting tourism will increase if a bill advanced by a New Jersey Senate committee becomes law. The measure would boost funding from the hotel and motel occupancy tax that goes to the New... Read more
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NJ.com
What Christie, N.J. unions are saying about big pension court rulingThe burden caused by the state skipping pension payments should not fall on the
What Christie, N.J. unions are saying about big pension court ruling
NJ.com / Posted 19 days ago
The burden caused by the state skipping pension payments should not fall on the backs of our retirees." Stephen Sweeney, New Jersey Senate president "I understand the frustration. If properly managed, municipal, county, police and fire should be... Read more
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Daily Record
Randolph woman on crusade against puppy millsBut the time has come for treating animals better.” On Monday, Bill S63 by sta
Randolph woman on crusade against puppy mills
Daily Record / Posted 23 days ago
But the time has come for treating animals better.” On Monday, Bill S63 by state Sen. Raymond J. Lesniak goes to the New Jersey Senate Budget Appropriations Committee in Trenton. Both Moran and Neice will be there. Bill S63 prohibits... Read more
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Philly.com
Meet Villanova's first African American law school dean; he advised ObamaObama's 2008 presidential election campaign and once ran for office, unsuccessf
Meet Villanova's first African American law school dean; he advised Obama
Philly.com / Posted 25 days ago
Obama's 2008 presidential election campaign and once ran for office, unsuccessfully, in the Democratic primary for the New Jersey senate in 2013. He has been widely published and is known as an expert on the First Amendment. "I have been in... Read more
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WBGO-FM Newark
Legislature Passes Compromise Atlantic City Rescue BillAn Atlantic City rescue bill is now awaiting action by Governor Christie. The
Legislature Passes Compromise Atlantic City Rescue Bill
WBGO-FM Newark / Posted 1 months ago
An Atlantic City rescue bill is now awaiting action by Governor Christie. The New Jersey Senate and Assembly approved a compromise bill giving the city five months to develop a plan for balancing its budgets -- and avert a state takeover. Senate... Read more

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