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Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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NJ Bill Extends Child Support Payments [AUDIO]

Legislation approved by the New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Committee Monday could change the termination age for child support payments from 18 to 19 years of age.

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Heroin
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NJ Kids Ineligible for Drug Court Program [AUDIO]

Despite the heroin epidemic gripping the Garden State, juveniles are not currently eligible for New Jersey's drug court program, which offers supervised rehabilitation instead of jail time.

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Route 35 in Normandy Beach
Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ
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Officials Plan for Route 35 Exodus This Weekend [AUDIO]

With a St. Patrick's Day parade set for Saturday, Ocean County motorists are worried about a potential sequel to the recent major gridlock on Route 35, and local officials are working feverishly to make sure it doesn't happen again.

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Sandy rebuild
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Sandy Funds Won’t Help Everyone [AUDIO]

Thousands of Sandy-impacted New Jerseyans remain on the waitlist for the state's primary rebuilding grant through the federal government, but a bunch of them may be waiting for absolutely nothing.

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Rutgers campus, College Avenue
Rutgers campus, College Avenue (Townsquare Media)
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Making it Easier to Shop NJ College Choices [AUDIO]

Proposed state legislation would provide students and parents with a shopper's guide to college costs, available aid and determining how much debt will be left to pay after a degree is acquired.

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Governor Chris Christie listens to questions during his 110th Town Hall in Port Monmouth, N.J. on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie listens to questions during his 110th Town Hall in Port Monmouth, N.J. on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie Town Hall Remains Sandy-Focused [VIDEO/AUDIO/POLL]

Hosting his first town hall since the Bridgegate debacle unfolded, Gov. Chris Christie witnessed a rather calm crowd.

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Cigarette
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Should NJ Ban Smoking at Beaches and Parks? [AUDIO]

The state Assembly Tourism and Gaming Committee is expected to consider a bill Thursday that would prohibit smoking in popular outdoor locales.

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Target
Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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Protecting Customers of Hacked Companies [AUDIO]

Following the massive security breach at Target during the holidays, one Garden State lawmaker wants to enhance protections for New Jersey consumers.

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cell phone
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Teacher-Student Communication Focus of New Bill [AUDIO]

Most teachers already know what is and is not appropriate when communicating with a student, but it can't hurt to make sure they know the rules.

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Governor Chris Christie answers questions about Bridgegate
Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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Most NJ Residents Doubt Gov’s Bridge Story: Poll [AUDIO]

As more New Jerseyans begin to doubt Gov. Chris Christie's version of when and how he learned of the unannounced George Washington Bridge access lane closures, his poll numbers are plummeting.

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (L) is sworn in by Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court Stuart Rabner for his second term
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (L) is sworn in by Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court Stuart Rabner for his second term (Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
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Scandal-Scarred Christie Sworn in for Second Term [VIDEO/AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie is still being dogged by the Hoboken and George Washington Bridge scandals, but most people wouldn't have known that by listening to his inaugural address on Tuesday.

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Gov. Chris Christie
Jeff Zelevansky, Getty Images
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‘Bridgegate’ Leads ‘State of the State’ [POLL/AUDIO]

Before recapping his previous four years in office, and prior to summarizing his second-term plans, Gov. Chris Christie started his State of the State speech Tuesday by addressing the growing scandal that put New Jersey in the national spotlight.

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