From the Newsroom – 02/03-12
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- The Assembly Judiciary Panel passes legislation to legalize gay marriage after several hours of testimony yesterday. We have video of the statement made by Assembly Minority Leader Shelia Oliver.
- One lawmaker is pushing for stronger penalties for drivers texting or talking on their cell phones.
- Governor Chris Christie brags about his fights with the Democrats during yesterday’s town hall meeting in Denville.
- President Barack Obama unveils a jobs program for veterans. Watch video of the President’s speech here.
- More oversight of the New York/New Jersey Port Authority could be on the horizon after a package of bills clears an Assembly panel.
- Camden schools are being accused of underreporting school violence cases.
- The nation’s economic picture continues to improve.
- Governor Chris Christie calls the medical marijuana law flawed.
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Thursday’s poll asked what change is needed the most to make Atlantic City more tourist friendly. Nearly 45% of those polled said a reduction in crime.