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NJ To Ban Video Games In Public Places?

Video games containing mature and adult content would be banned in public places under legislation set to be introduced by Assemblywoman Linda Stender.

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NJ Report Calls For More Control of Guns, Games

A report to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on preventing violence calls for stricter gun control, regulation of video games and more help for the mentally ill.

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Screenshot of fight video at Bridgewater-Raritan High School (Facebook)
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NJ Student “Fight Sites” Grow In Popularity [AUDIO]

The Facebook web page that had been posting fistfights that took place at Bridgewater-Raritan high school now has more than 2,600 "likes" but the videos have been removed.

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New Jersey Backs Gun Control Laws By Huge Margins [AUDIO]

New Jersey voters favor a broad range of gun control measures according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll released this morning.

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This image shows the firearms collected at a gun buyback in NJ. (David Matthau, Townsquare Media)
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Lawmaker Asks NJ Residents To Turn In Automatic Weapons [AUDIO]

As the debate continues on gun violence and how best to prevent it, one Garden State lawmaker is urging all Central New Jersey residents to turn in any automatic or semi-automatic weapons they may have lying around the house, during a special gun buy-back program being held at the end of this week.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Governor Christie Proposes Violence Prevention Plan [VIDEO/AUDIO]

The day after President Barack Obama unveiled his gun control plans, New Jersey Governor Christie announced the creation of the NJ SAFE Task Force.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Chris Christie Open To All Violence-Control Ideas [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie has created a bi-partisan task force to look at what causes gun violence including; mental health issues, addiction, gun laws, school safety and the level of violence in society.

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Do Movies, Television, Music and Video Games Play a Role in Violent Behavior? [AUDIO]

In response to the horrific school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, State Senators Ray Lesniak and Shirley Turner have introduced a bill to address the issue of violence in New Jersey.  Among other things, the legislation would establish a task force to study the issue of violence and its root causes. What role, if any, the world of entertainment plays will be explored.

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Saint Anthony Greek Orthodox Community Center (WPVI TV)
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Multiple Victims Shot At Vineland Church

An investigation is underway in Vineland over an early morning shooting at a party.

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Governor Chris Christie and Eric Scott
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Governor Christie Speaks Out On Newtown Massacre [VIDEO]

Following last weeks shocking shooting massacre in Connecticut, Governor Christie is speaking out about the tragedy.

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