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Pascrell Statement On DOJ’s
Rollout of National
Blue Alert Network

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Washington, DC (May 19, 2017)  – Reps. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) and David Reichert (R-WA) released the following statements after the Department of Justice recently announced the nationwide rollout of the National Blue Alert Network, which was created by the Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu National Blue Alert Act of 2015. This bill was sponsored by Reps. […]

New Jersey’s ‘Marl’ Pits
Yield Dinosaur Discoveries

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Ever wonder how New Jersey towns like Marlton and Marlboro got their names? Look no further than “marl,” a soil also known as greensand. Marl deposits date to the time when the southeastern half of this state we’re in was the sea floor, and greensand was deposited in coastal bays and freshwater river mouths. The […]

Wisniewski: injunction Request
Filed To Prevent State House
Demolition This Weekend

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SAYREVILLE, N.J. (May 18, 2017)  – This afternoon, attorneys for John Wisniewski, made application on behalf of himself and Sens. Lesniak, Doherty and Batemen seeking temporary restraint halting any and all demolition and construction at the Capitol Complex until the issues about the legality and constitutionality of the statehouse renovation have been resolved. In the filing, Wisniewski […]

Spark. Engine. Drive

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By Irena Sziler The automotive industry mainly emits images of steel, metal and gas. However, the industry’s recent innovative approaches are changing and expanding to wider entrepreneurial platforms. This year’s WCX17: SAE World Congress Experience (formerly known as the SAE Congress) was one of the most forefront immersing events to-date. The conference, lasting a total […]

Rural America Deserves
A Champion

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Center for Rural Affairs asks Sec. Perdue not to eliminate the position of Undersecretary for Rural Development Lyons, Neb. (May 11, 2017)  – Center for Rural Affairs Policy Associate Anna Johnson today said rural America stands to suffer as a result of U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)’s reorganization as announced by U.S. Agriculture Sec. Sonny Perdue this […]

John Wisniewski Proves
Governor Is Not An
Entry Level Job

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SAYREVILLE, N.J. – In the recent democratic gubernatorial debate (May 9, 2017), John Wisniewski was the only candidate who outlined a platform that would provide a voice for those who have been shut out of the system by the wealthy and politically connected. He established the tone and the tenor of the debate early on by pointing out […]

Passaic County Community College
Announces Open House May 13
At The Passaic Academic Center

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NEW JERSEY – Passaic County Community College announces Open House on Saturday, May 13, starting at 10:00 am at the PCCC Passaic Academic Center at 2 Paulson Avenue. All prospective, returning, visiting, and transfer students are invited to attend Open House and learn more about PCCC’s affordable tuition, 70+ degree and certificate programs, four convenient locations, and […]

The Book That Made America

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“Does it matter whether the Bible is studied alongside other intellectual influences on the founding fathers who established an independent constitutional republic committed to liberty and representative rule by the consent of the governed?” American University professor Daniel L. Dreisbach answers this question and many more in his article that examines the role the Bible […]

Joint Statement On
Governor’s Veto of S3040

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(New Jersey) Governor Christie’s decision to conditionally veto Senate Bill 3040 is the final proof, if proof were needed, that he is intent on destroying the pension system before his term is complete. The legislation he vetoed represented the best practices of well-funded and professionally managed police and fire pension systems from throughout the United States. Its […]

The President, Rural Voters
And Our Future

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By Brian Depew briand@cfra.org Center for Rural Affairs  In last fall’s election, enough rural voters switched party allegiance to account for Trump’s victory in several key Midwest and Rust Belt states. Frustration over the economic plight facing their communities drove many of these voters. Modern day Great Plains was built by settlers seeking economic and […]