If a gun owner fails to secure their legal weapon and a child gets access to it, the owner is charged with a disorderly persons offense-even if that child ends up hurting themselves or others with the weapon.
New Jersey lawmakers could soon pass a measure designed to help make sure first responders get the medical benefits they're entitled to if they get sick after a terror attack or some other catastrophe.
Governor Chris Christie echoed the confidence of a state lawmaker this week that no one should fear attending Super Bowl XLVIII in East Rutherford next year, despite the bombings Monday at the Boston Marathon.
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