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New Jersey becomes 3rd state to raise smoking age to 21
New Jersey has become the third state in the country to raise its smoking age to 21. Minor additional edits.
It's Primary Season: Nebraska and West Virginia Go to the Polls
Another Tuesday, another Primary Day as Nebraska and West Virginia voters go to the polls today. The key race today is the GOP Senate primary in Nebraska and it is the tea party’s best shot at victory, but it’s not exactly a clear tea party...
Rutgers Athletic Director: 'I Was An Intense Coach'
Julie Herman responds to critics who accuse her of being an abusive coach in the 1990s.
Chris Christie Opts to Skip Public Matching Funds for NJ Primary
Unlike his 2009 campaign, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will not take public matching funds for his GOP gubernatorial primary this year. Since he announced his re-election bid in late November, the campaign has hauled in $2.139 million for his primary campaign – one in...
After Sandy, Chris Christie Says NJ is 'Model' for How Government Should Work
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Focuses on Sandy Recovery in his State of the State address.
New Jersey: Chris Christie vs. Cory Booker in 2013?
It would be the main event of 2013. New Jersey has two of the most talented, high-profile young politicians in the country -- Gov. Chris Christie and Newark Mayor Cory Booker -- and they may be on a collision course. One is the brash, tough-talking, union-challenging Republican governor with
Fiscal Cliff Showdown - Running To Stand Still
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: SUSAN RICE VS. THE GOP: After a face-to-face meeting on Capitol Hill yesterday, GOP Senators including John McCain clashed once again with U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice over what she said about the...
The Note's Sneak Peek
If you still haven't figured out how to get the McCain camp to invite you onto its conservative blogger conference calls and you want to hear the Arizona senator go after the surging Mitt Romney on flip-flopping, varmints, and the (allegedly illegal) Guatemalans who used to look after the grounds
Novel Social Policies Meet Money Woes in N.J.
Lawmakers Look to Set Progressive Social Policy but Are Dogged by Money Woes
Health Highlights: Dec. 26, 2007
Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by editors of HealthDay: N.J. Approves HIV Testing for Pregnant Women, Some Newborns HIV testing will become part of routine prenatal care for pregnant women in New Jersey under a law signed Wednesday by acting Gov. Richard