Here are the top New Jersey news stories for Thursday:
⬛ As whale deaths rise, NJ will study impact of offshore wind
NJ is launching multiple studies into the potential impact of offshore wind projects on marine life, but will not stop wind development projects

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⬛ Whale deaths: We asked offshore wind firms to explain their work
Offshore wind activity, specifically sonar, has been blamed for whale deaths along the Jersey coast, but is it warranted?

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⬛ Want a summer NJ rental? Availability is a bit looser in 2023
It's another sign that coronavirus is a concern of the past for many folks in New Jersey and neighboring states

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⬛ NJ drivers, cyclists frequently at odds, fighting on state roads
Many NJ drivers may not be aware of or choose to ignore the Safe Passing Law which says there must be 4 feet of space between a car and a bicycle

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⬛ Dunkin' worker spills burning hot coffee on NJ man, suit says
A Bayonne man has filed a lawsuit against Dunkin' claiming an employee working the drive-thru dropped several hot coffee cups on his lap, burning him.

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⬛ On Target: Understanding New Jersey's Gun Laws
A special Town Hall broadcast airs tonight at 7 p.m.

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