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There is a time and place for Protest ! Walk the Statehouse Sidewalk

Trenton, NJ: Gov. Chris Christie states, "There is a time and place for Protest". Come walk the sidewalk outside the statehouse. View How Americans Protest in a Civil Manner: High definition video optics on YouTube Channel: Statehouse News REQUEST NEWS COVERAGE OF YOUR RALLY / DEMONSTRATION AT THE TRENTON STATEHOUSE. statehousenewsus@
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NJ: Gov Christie passes PTSD Statehouse Medical Marijuana Rally

Gov. Chris Christie shakes the hand of PTSD Medical Marijuana activist Leo Bridgewater of the Coalition for Medical Marijuana NJ at the Trenton NJ Statehouse. (C) Lefty Grimes videotapes the organization. View i First Optics on fb: click thru -  View i First Optics on YouTube Channel: StateHouse News
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NJ: 911 Remembered

Hamilton, NJ: New Jersey Remembers 911 during the Hamilton Township Patriotic Committee's Remembrance September 11, 2016 at Veterans Park Memorial Grove. Posting of the Colors, Mayor's message, National Anthem, and educational 9/11 "Before and After 911" photographic exhibit, more: View our 911 Remembrance video : 
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September 11 Recognition: Gov Christie Orders Flags to Half Staff

Trenton, NJ – Governor Chris Christie signed the following Executive Order: Executive Order No. 215 - Ordering all State buildings to fly flags at half-staff on Sunday, September 11, 2016, in recognition and mourning of the victims of the attacks of September 11, 2001. WHEREAS, on September 11, 2001, unprecedented acts of terrorism were committed in New York, Washington, , and Pennsylvania;…
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New Bill Gives Money to Fight Lead: Still Need Long-Term Funding

Trenton, NJ: via Sierra NJ. The Senate Environment and Energy Committee released a bill to fund lead contamination remediation in the drinking water in public buildings: S2062 (Bateman). This legislation appropriates up to $20 million from societal benefits charge to DEP for this reason. The costs associated with upgrading New Jersey’s water systems are huge. We need a minimum of $8…
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