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Should NJ ban trash talking in high school sports?
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Trash Talking Ban Nabs 20 High School Athletes [AUDIO]

Implemented in June, this is the first academic year since a trash talking ban was put into effect on high school athletes in New Jersey.

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Vote for your favorite athlete in the HS Athlete of the week on NJ101.5
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Congratulations To This Week’s High School Athlete of the Week

NJ high school sports have returned! NJ101.5 is doing something very special this year to honor those special athletes who excel in any given week in their respective sport. And YOU help determine the weekly winner!

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Should NJ ban trash talking in high school sports?
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Does the Trash-Talking Ban Violate Freedom of Speech? [POLL]

The next war will not be fought with chemicals, or weapons or even sticks and stones. In the next war, the enemy will line up on our beaches (which they will pay a fee to be on) and simply call us names and we will shrivel up and die.

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Marc Serota, Getty Images
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Should NJ Students Be Taught the Dangers of PEDs? [AUDIO]

Even if you're not a big baseball fan, you've probably heard that former National League MVP Ryan Braun has been suspended for the rest of the season in connection with the MLB's probe into performance enhancing drugs (PEDS). Many feel the Yankees' Alex Rodriguez is next.

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Should NJ ban trash talking in high school sports?
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No More Trash Talking in High School Sports is Just Total Trash [POLL]

We’re getting to the point in New Jersey where the next war will not be fought with weapons, there will be no guns, knives, bombs, or missiles. What’s going to happen is the enemy will just show up and call us names and we will just shrivel up and die.

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Flickr User Ian Kahn
Flickr User Ian Kahn
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NJ Targets Trash Talking High School Athletes [AUDIO]

Starting in September, if your son or daughter engages in trash talk during a high school sporting event, they may face personal discipline, their school team could be fined or suspended, and the student could wind up being investigated by the New Jersey Division of Civil Rights.

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High school football
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No More Trash Talking at High School Games in NJ

New Jersey high school athletes who engage in trash talking could soon find themselves under investigation by the State Division of Civil Rights, and face other penalties as well.

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Sean Gallup, Getty Images
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NJ Senate Advances Bill To Deter High School Steroid Use [AUDIO]

Steroids have made their way to the playing fields of New Jersey's high schools.

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New York Jets Introduce Tim Tebow
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Before ‘Tebowmania’ Began Tim Tebow Was Home Schooled

Tim Tebow had his press conference today to officially announce his arrival to the New York Jets.  New Jersey will surely be engulfed in Tebowmania for at least the next year while Tebow gets acclimated to life in the Tri-state area.  However, there is something about Tim Tebow, that may be useful for New Jersey parents to know.

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