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Seton Hall Law School professor John Jacobi testifies at a legislative hearing. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
Seton Hall Law School professor John Jacobi testifies at a legislative hearing. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
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Pushback against Christie plan to reorganize addiction and mental health care

Critics question whether a multi-year overhaul of behavioral health care should begin with less than six months left in Gov. Chris Christie's term.

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‘Drug dealer in white coat’ — NJ charges doctor, 16 others in painkiller pill ring

Jersey doctor accused of selling prescriptions for thousands of opioid painkiller pills and Xanax tabs to a South Jersey drug ring

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Is NJ’s effort to reduce prescription painkillers paying off in war on addiction?

Data shows positive signs in some counties.

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Monmouth County schools get supplies of anti-overdose drug Narcan

Every high-school both public and private in Monmouth County will be given supplies of the anti-overdose drug narcan in the event something happens.

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Using drugs on the job? Why companies sometimes allow it

New Jersey companies are trying to take a balanced and proactive approach to workplace drug issues.

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NJ companies that drug test employees have to be careful not to get sued

New Jersey companies are working hard to keep their work areas drug-free while also making sure they don't discriminate against their employees.

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Free help available for NJ families coping with loved ones’ addictions

A new resource is now available to New Jersey family members coping with the addiction of a loved one.

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Hidden messages in drug and alcohol ads — How teens can outsmart them

A new curriculum developed by a Rutgers professor helps teens figure out the hidden messages behind alcohol, drug and tobacco ads.

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Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon talks with EMS officials near the Statehouse. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon talks with EMS officials near the Statehouse. (Michael Symons/Townsquare Media NJ)
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Next tool in NJ’s opioid overdose fight could be tracking EMS data

NJ may start requiring EMS providers to report each encounter with a patient, so officials can track, analyze and improve response to medical emergencies.

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NJ suspends psychiatrist who gave 2 patients tens of thousands of pain pills

Dr. Joel Glass prescribed "dramatically high quantities" of opioids to two patients despite being flagged by authorities in New Jersey and Vermont.

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