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Governor Chris Christie talks with Jessica Rogers after signing into law S-1468, also known as Jessica Rogers Law
Governor Chris Christie talks with Jessica Rogers after signing into law S-1468, also known as Jessica Rogers Law (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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NJ Road Rage Bill Signed Into Law

Governor Chris Christie has signed into law a measure dubbed, "Jessica's Law," that strengthens the penalities for road rage incidents.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Governor Christie To Sign Road Rage Bill Into Law

Governor Chris Christie on Friday is slated to sign into law a bill that toughens penalties for road rage.

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Road Rage Driver
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Bill to Increase NJ Road Rage Penalties Passes State Legislature [POLL]

Legislation to toughen road rage penalties has unanimously passed both chambers of New Jersey's Legislature and now heads to Gov. Christie for consideration.

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Road Rage Driver
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NJ Legislature Passes Anti-Road Rage Bill

Legislation to toughen road rage penalties has unanimously passed both chambers of New Jersey's Legislature and now heads to Gov. Christie for consideration.

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Dennis Road Rage Rant
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Road Rage Laws -Dennis Malloy Rant [VIDEO]

Road rage got you all flustered? Well it sure has Dennis annoyed! Find out why in this video rant.

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Jessica Rogers
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Bill To Crack Down On Road Rage Advances [AUDIO]

Legislation to crack down on road rage in New Jersey has been approved by an Assembly committee. It's been dubbed, "Jessica Roger's law."

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"Jessica's Law" is named after Jessica Rogers, paralyzed from the chest down after a road rage incident in 2005 (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media)
"Jessica's Law" is named after Jessica Rogers, paralyzed from the chest down after a road rage incident in 2005 (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media)
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Do We Need a Measure Against Road Rage? [POLL]

Dennis and Judi are discussing the new measure that past yesterday that would upgrade certain offenses for road rage incidents. 'Jessica's Law' was initiated for Jessica Rodgers, a former Hamilton Township resident, was seriously injured in a vehicle where the driver was angered after being cut off.

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"Jessica's Law" is named after Jessica Rogers, paralyzed from the chest down after a road rage incident in 2005 (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media)
"Jessica's Law" is named after Jessica Rogers, paralyzed from the chest down after a road rage incident in 2005 (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media)
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Road Rage Measure Honors Paralyzed Passenger [AUDIO]

A measure approved Thursday by the Senate Judiciary Committee would upgrade the penalties for certain road rage incidents.

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