Emergency Response Fees: From The Newsroom
Towns, such as Passaic, Bloomfield, and Atlantic City are in the news for introducing measures that would require fees for certain emergency responses.
- We are asking you today if you would be less likely to call 911, if you would be charged for it?
- NJ voters are weighing in on the dueling tax cut plans from Governor Christie and Senate President Sweeney.
- Alarming news today about just how much information your cell phone is leaking out to hackers.
- An alarming amount of teens are still texting while driving.
- The Senate Budget Committee debated Governor Christie’s plan to merge Rowan and Rutgers-Camden.
- Governor Christie spoke Tuesday at a tax conference in New York, saying that New Jersey is setting the example for the country.
- The dry weather is setting New Jersey up for the likelihood of an early drought.
- Some residents in Toms River are up in arms over a Parkway shoulder widening project.
- A massive earthquake in Indonesia has shaken up the nation and surrounding areas.
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Tuesday’s poll asked if you regularly purchase gifts for presents. 69% say they do.
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