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Nicole Hockley, who lost her 6-year-old son Dylan in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, speaks during a State House press conference regarding a bill that would  limit the legal capacity of ammunition magazines in NJ to 10.
(Credit: Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ) Nicole Hockley, who lost her 6-year-old son Dylan in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, speaks during a State House press conference regarding a bill that would limit the legal capacity of ammunition magazines in NJ to 10.
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Tearful Senate Prez Has Change of Heart on Ammo Clips [AUDIO/VIDEO]

During a tearful press conference at the State House involving families of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, NJ Senate Pres. Steve Sweeney changed his position on a bill pertaining to ammunition magazines for firearms.

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Law Would Offer Equal Compensation for Corrections Officers [AUDIO]

A bill being reintroduced in Trenton would put correctional officers who serve in the state's prisons on an equal footing with other law enforcement in New Jersey if they are injured by prisoners.

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Rutgers campus, College Avenue
Rutgers campus, College Avenue (Townsquare Media)
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Making it Easier to Shop NJ College Choices [AUDIO]

Proposed state legislation would provide students and parents with a shopper's guide to college costs, available aid and determining how much debt will be left to pay after a degree is acquired.

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New Jersey Legislature (Tim Larsen, Governor's Office)
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New Faces, Old Parties in Congressional Districts [AUDIO]

Over the past several weeks, a quarter of New Jersey's congressional delegation announced plans to step down from office.

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Governor Chris Christie listens to questions during his 110th Town Hall in Port Monmouth, N.J. on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie listens to questions during his 110th Town Hall in Port Monmouth, N.J. on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie Town Hall Remains Sandy-Focused [VIDEO/AUDIO/POLL]

Hosting his first town hall since the Bridgegate debacle unfolded, Gov. Chris Christie witnessed a rather calm crowd.

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Should NJ Ban Smoking at Beaches and Parks? [AUDIO]

The state Assembly Tourism and Gaming Committee is expected to consider a bill Thursday that would prohibit smoking in popular outdoor locales.

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Senate President Steve Sweeney hosts 'Sandy Bill of Rights' tour
Senate President Steve Sweeney hosts 'Sandy Bill of Rights' tour (Townsquare Media)
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“Sandy Bill of Rights” Tour Underway [AUDIO]

As Superstorm Sandy victims continue to voice their frustrations about the recovery process, the leader of the state Senate is pushing for legislation that should make the process more "user-friendly."

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Homes damaged from Sandy
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US Denies NJ Plea for Relief on Sandy Aid Rules

The federal government won't drop rules that many Superstorm Sandy victims say are among the biggest impediments to rebuilding more quickly.

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Acting Attorney General John Hoffman
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman, flanked by Gov. Chris Christie and former AG Jeff Chiesa (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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NJ Cracks Down on Sex Slave Promoters [AUDIO]

In the buildup to the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium earlier this month, Gov. Chris Christie and acting state Attorney General John Hoffman repeatedly told the public about the threat of human trafficking surrounding such a big event. Tragically, it turns out those warnings were prophetic.

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Toms River tolls
Toms River tolls (NJ DOT)
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Trying to Stop NJ Toll Increases [AUDIO]

Over the past couple of years, tolls have gone up significantly on the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway, as well as at Port Authority bridges and tunnels. Now, one New Jersey lawmaker is pushing a plan he believes will slow down or prevent toll hikes in the future.

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