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Drug Displays (Photo by Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
Drug Displays (Photo by Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
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Ocean County’s War On Drugs Ramps Up [AUDIO]

Ocean County law enforcement officials have launched a multi-phase approach to battle a dramatic increase in heroin addiction and overdose deaths in its boarders.

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George Frey, Getty Images
George Frey, Getty Images
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NJ Senator Seeks to Expand State’s DNA Database [AUDIO]

New Jersey already collects DNA samples from violent criminals, but now there's a push to collect DNA from others too.

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Why Aren’t More NJ Residents Visiting Atlantic City? [POLL/AUDIO]

Despite ongoing efforts to revitalize Atlantic City, casino revenues continue to trend downward in recent years.

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Flickr User jonathan mcintosh
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Cape May County Has Eyes Everywhere [AUDIO]

Would-be criminals may want to stay out of Cape May County.

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Study Questions Integrity of Designated Drivers [AUDIO]

The idea of using a designated driver for a group night of hearty partying is pretty standard, but a new report in the July issue of The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs casts a shadow of doubt on some of those drivers.

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Michaeal J. Ritacco
Michaeal J. Ritacco (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Toms River Residents Look For Fresh Start During Super Search [AUDIO]

With the search beginning for a new superintendent of schools in Toms River, the focus is on someone to advance the district forward and support the students.

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Do you have a prison record and can't get a job?
Flickr User mikecogh
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NJ Senators Aim to Ensure Prisoners Don’t Collect Unemployment [AUDIO]

Late last month, State Comptroller Matt Boxer released an audit that identified more than $23 million in benefit payments made to or on behalf of prison inmates who did not appear to be entitled to such payments.

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NJ Assembly Democrats Facebook
NJ Assembly Democrats Facebook
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NJ Senate Goes Full Steam Ahead On Gun Control Bills [VIDEO/AUDIO]

It'll be a lot tougher to buy a gun in New Jersey, even legally if a bill that passed the full Senate yesterday becomes law.

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Flickr User Miss_Millions
Flickr User Miss_Millions
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Your Tax Dollars Going to Prison Inmates for Government Benefits [AUDIO]

Just when you thought you've already heard every conceivable way the state can abuse your tax dollars comes a new audit from the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC).

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Bill Closes Loophole for Sex Offenders [AUDIO]

Working with children would be prohibited for sex offenders, who are considered a risk to repeat their crimes, under a bill that's been introduced by Assemblywomen Caroline Casagrande and Pamela Lampitt.

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