Sweeney Aims To Ban Replacement Refs: From The Newsroom
Senate President Steve Sweeney jumped into the fray on the issue of replacement refs in the NFL.
- Sweeney says he plans to introduce legislation that would ban these officials from working an NFL game in New Jersey.
- A poll out on whether New Jerseyans support a bill that would require seat-belts for dogs.
- Many NJ schools are cutting back on homework assignments.
- One state lawmaker says that part-time officials should not receive cars on the taxpayer's dime.
- Manufacturing jobs are available in NJ, but there is a shortage of skilled workers.
- Atlantic City introduces a new marketing campaign for the fall.
- Consumer confidence is improving, but still not healthy.
- The best companies in NJ for working moms.
- Legendary singer Andy Williams passed away at age 84.
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We had two polls running on Tuesday. First, we asked if you supported a plan to extend school days and years in New Jersey. 22% said yes, 50% no, while 21% support just longer days and 7% would like just longer years.
The second poll asked if the controversial play on Monday night was a TD or interception. 84% thought it was an interception, while 16% though the refs got it right with touchdown call.