Obama Supports Gay Marriage: From The Newsroom
President Obama tops our news today, after he made an historic announcement on Wednesday, declaring his support of same-sex marriage.
- While the President’s announcement may do nothing to change New Jersey’s marriage laws, it certainly opens up a hot-button issue for the 2012 election.
- Facebook privacy protection takes center stage for the NJ Assembly today.
- A new study finds interesting numbers on teen driving safety.
- Atlantic County lawmakers are hoping to stop a practice that is leading to overwhelming homeless numbers in AC.
- New Jersey casino revenues numbers are down, while the rest of the nation went up.
- Trenton Republicans are vehemently against a new health care bill at the State House.
- The Department of Labor plans a new program to help New Jersey’s long-term unemployed.
- The Joint Base will celebrate their 95th anniversary.
- An interesting new crackdown in Fort Lee, as cops are being ordered to ticket for “careless walking.”
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Wednesday’s poll asked if you wanted Governor Christie to seek a second term as New Jersey’s Governor. 54% voted yes, with 46% saying no.