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FORMER JUDGE ROBERT NEUSTADTER HAS PASSED AWAY, 89

Former Judge Robert Neustadter has passed away at the age of 89.  Neustadter recently lived in Atlantic City and served as a judge in local jurisdictions for decades.  Graveside services for the family only will be held on Sunday. The post FORMER JUDGE...

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MURPHY ADMINISTRATION MAKES DEEP FINANCIAL CUTS TO HELP PAY THE BILLS

The Murphy administration has made some deep financial cuts on the state level in order to help New Jersey to keep paying its bills.  Funding for various programs have been cancelled, including the popular Homestead Rebate tax program.  Funding for opioid recovery and college assistance has also been cut.  The state has slashed $1 billion …

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OVER 1,000 VIOLATE NEW JERSEY’S PRICE GOUGING LAW DURING CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

Over 1,000 people have been cited by state officials for conducting price gouging during the coronavirus outbreak.  State officials say all of the individuals have been cited for breaking the laws that prohibit the unfair inflation of prices during a state of emergency, which still exists.  Over 100 subpoenas have been given to retails about …

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HAPPY CAMPERS: TRANSIENTS MAY VISIT CAMPGROUNDS IN NEW JERSEY

Campgrounds are open for business immediately in New Jersey.  Governor Phil Murphy signed a new executive order Friday that allows campgrounds to open for transients.  Social distancing guidelines are in effect.  The new order also allows outdoor gatherings of up 25 people, but does not open the door for outside dining, nor outside graduations.  Both …

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GOVERNOR APPROVES VOLUNTARY FURLOUGH PROGRAM IN ORDER TO AVOID LAYOFFS

Governor Phil Murphy has signed a law that creates a voluntary furlough program in order to avoid layoffs in state government.  Murphy signed the plan as the state is billions of dollars in the red and tax revenue drops due to the coronavirus pandemic.  Murphy has warned of major layoffs unless loans or a federal …

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