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Push To Ban Controversial "Anti-Gay" Therapy Introduced In Congress18 Dem senators have co-sponsored the "Therapeutic Fraud Prevention Act" including New Jersey junior Senator Cory Booker.
Dredge Work On Delaware River One Step Closer To CompletionThe latest chunk of cash, $55-million, will take care of a portion of the river.
AC Casinos: Take Action To Save Atlantic City From Financial Abyss NowWith Atlantic City's government teetering on the brink of running out of money, the casinos are chiming in on the debate.
Christie To NJ Drivers: Changes Coming At The MVCGovernor Chris Christie has ordered some major changes at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission.
Christie Poll Numbers Are Down AgainAnother New Jersey poll shows Governor Chris Christie's popularity among voters taking a hit.
Governor Christie To South Jersey Biz: Looking Good, But....New Jersey Governor Chris Christie addressed the South Jersey Chamber of Commerce in Cherry Hill on Wednesday, touting the achievements of his administration while issuing warnings on a number of fronts.
Joe Sestak Concedes US Senate PrimaryFormer congressman Joe Sestak was soundly defeated in his second bid for the US senate by former Environmental Secretary Katie McGinty.
Four-Way Fight To Determine Opponent For Toomey In U.S. Senate RaceDemocrats in Pennsylvania will select a candidate Tuesday to face U.S. Senator Pat Toomey in the fall.
PATCO Freedom Cards Could Be Used On SEPTA...SoonPATCO riders will soon be able to use their prepaid fare cards on SEPTA, under an agreement approved by the PATCO board.
Federal Earth Day Honors For Students At One South Jersey High SchoolA local congressman traveled to a Camden County high school to give students an award for doing their part in saving the planet.
College Students Try Selling Their Research Ideas In The Real World, Sort OfRowan University students took part today in the school's 19th annual STEM symposium.
Mother Who Killed Newborn By Setting Her On Fire SentencedA 23-year-old Burlington County woman will spend the next 30 years behind bars for killing her newborn daughter last year.

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