New Jersey gunrunners and drug smugglers used to put their contraband in the trucks of their cars, but these days, a growing number of them are carrying their cargo in secret compartments in their vehicles.
A statewide directive has been issued to law enforcement to ensure that police and prosecutors throughout New Jersey are well-informed regarding the requirements of the “Overdose Prevention Act” and fully comply with those requirements. The directive comes from acting State Attorney General John Hoffman.
A school board meeting this week was greeted by a number of furious parents in Bergen County, where the Northern Valley Regional High School District is proposing random drug and alcohol testing for students.
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