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Christie Will Discuss NJ Senate Choice Process Today

In filling a vacant Senate seat, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie faces a significant choice fraught with political implications for his re-election campaign and, perhaps, a future presidential run.

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Steve Sweeney Won’t Run For Lautenberg’s Seat

The backroom political maneuvers have already begun following the death today of U. S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg.

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Flood Prevention Measures Approved by Senate

The Water Resources Development Act of 2013 was approved by the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, featuring a number of provisions aimed at helping New Jersey recover from Superstorm Sandy.

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Background Checks Proposed for Sale of Explosive Powder

Under current law, someone can purchase as much as 50 pounds of explosive "black powder" without a background check, as well as an unlimited amount of "smokeless powder" and "black powder substitute."

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“Safe Chemicals Act” Pushed in Washington

U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) reintroduced his "Safe Chemicals Act" today in an effort to protect Americans from dangerous toxic chemicals that can be found in everyday products.

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Brigantine, Piscataway Get Sandy Cleanup Funding

Brigantine and Piscataway Township are getting more than $3.4 million in federal grants to help with the costs of debris cleanup as a result of Superstorm Sandy.

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NJ Manufacturing Gets Financial Boost

The manufacturing industry, a cornerstone of New Jersey's history, received a shot in the arm worth $1,679,580 from the United States Department of Commerce.

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NJ, NY Lawmakers Want Restriction on Ammunition Sales

Federal lawmakers from New York and New Jersey are promoting legislation that would restrict ammunition sales over the Internet and by mail.

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