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You’re against North Jersey casinos? Why Trev says they’re a big win

Steve's idea is simple: Limit the amount, but let them revitalize areas all over the state.

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Jon Bon Jovi records music videos at Camden High School

The Sayreville native, whose band is coming out with an album Nov. 4, used Camden High School's gymnasium to film two music videos.

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Gov. Chris Christie joins Eric Scott for Ask The Governor on Sept. 27. 2016 (Louis C. Hochman / Townsquare Media)
Gov. Chris Christie joins Eric Scott for Ask The Governor on Sept. 27. 2016 (Louis C. Hochman / Townsquare Media)
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Christie to athletes: Protest national anthem on your own time

Gov. Chris Christie doesn’t think athletes — whether in the professional leagues, college or high school — should protest during games.

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Camden coach whose team took a knee: ‘We knelt because we’re hurting’

Woodrow Wilson High School football coach Preston Brown wrote that he and his players took a knee before their games because they are "hurting" over the way they are treated as black and Latino men.

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Jake Pluta of Wayne Valley High School carries a "thin blue flag" onto the field
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Will more teams take a knee? This NJ high school honored cops, instead

Will more New Jersey high school and college football teams join Woodrow Wilson High School coach Preson Brown in taking a knee during the national anthem?

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Steve: Catholic schools should convince, not force, kids to stand for anthem

As the "take a knee" trend continues, a Camden superintendent is pushing for a punishment for those who don't stand.

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Colin Kaepernick #7 and Eric Reid #35 of the San Francisco 49ers kneel in protest during the national anthem prior to playing the Los Angeles Rams on Monday
Colin Kaepernick #7 and Eric Reid #35 of the San Francisco 49ers kneel in protest during the national anthem prior to playing the Los Angeles Rams on Monday (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
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NJ Catholic district first to ban national anthem protests by student players

At least one school district in New Jersey has a clear cut policy about the National Anthem: stand up or you'll be suspended.

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Protest the National Anthem? That won’t be allowed at our school, coach says

The Woodrow Wilson High School football coach joined in protest by several players Saturday says he's been sitting out the National Anthem for years.

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Spadea on Camden football coach taking a knee: You’re an absolute disgrace

Over the weekend Preston Brown, the head football coach of Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden decided to take a knee during the game's National Anthem. What he did was an absolute disgrace.

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Smoke from Camden Steel Yard fire visible at Eagles game

The exact cause of the fire at the Camden Steel Yard is not yet known.

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