A common component in more than 120 over-the-counter cough and cold remedies will be off-limits for purchase by most teens in New Jersey, through a newly-enacted law aiming to curb adolescent drug abuse.
New Jersey's safe havens for newborns would include firehouses and emergency first aid squad headquarters, if a measure sponsored by shore Assemblywomen Mary Pat Angelini (R-11) and Donna Simon (R-16) becomes law.
Concerns over the ability for seniors on fixed incomes to meet sharply escalting costs prompt AARP to organize a telephone town-hall Wednesday, featuring two shore Assemblywomen with long reputations for involvement in senior matters.
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