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Clark Township was one of several to paint a 'Thin Blue Line' to support law enforcement: (Courtesy of Clark Township)
Clark Township was one of several to paint a 'Thin Blue Line' to support law enforcement: (Courtesy of Clark Township)
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Congressman Lance to Spadea – ‘you’re absolutely right’ about blue lines

Leonard Lance called in to praise the 101.5 listeners for bringing the blue line situation to his attention.

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Hillsborough unveils its new thin blue line
Hillsborough unveils its new thin blue line (Pam Borek)
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NJ congressman wants feds to back off rules banning pro-police blue lines

Congressman Leonard Lance's legislation would let exemptions be made at a local level.

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Think Blue Line on NJ Roads
Hackettstown painted this line down the center of West Stiger Street. (Hackettstown Police)
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Deminski: Blue line talk nearing hysteria in New Jersey

Done with the best of intentions, more and more Jersey towns painted these blue lines on the road in support of police. It turns out, however, that this practice is illegal.

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(Screengrab/NJ1015/YouTube)
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Blue lines matter, but ‘rules are rules’

Though Dennis understands why we want to go out of our way to support police, he doesn't think we should make exceptions to the rule.

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Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick speaks at the Statehouse on May 19, 2016. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick speaks at the Statehouse on May 19, 2016. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
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Defiant NJ leaders: Give us ‘one good reason’ blue lines honoring cops are dangerous

The feds have told New Jersey towns the blue lines violate U.S. codes and put drivers at risk — but legislators say they don't buy it.

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Think Blue Line on NJ Roads
Hackettstown painted this line down the center of West Stiger Street. (Hackettstown Police)
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Cops don’t need a blue line, they need your support

There are better ways to honor police officers than painting lines.

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Think Blue Line on NJ Roads
Hackettstown painted this line down the center of West Stiger Street. (Hackettstown Police)
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Feds say no more blue lines honoring cops? 11 arguments for keeping them

Plus: We've got another 8 arguments for losing the blue lines

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Clark Township was one of several to paint a 'Thin Blue Line' to support law enforcement: (Courtesy of Clark Township)
Clark Township was one of several to paint a 'Thin Blue Line' to support law enforcement: (Courtesy of Clark Township)
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Feds tell NJ towns to stop painting blue lines in support of police

A show of support for law enforcement violates roadway-safety marking regulations, according to federal authorities.

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Thin blue line honors police on NJ’s roads

There's a growing trend in New Jersey to honor the hard work, dedication and sacrifice made by the men and women in blue

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