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Does Violence in the Media Influence Children?

Gov. Chris Christie has signed a bill into law that is designed to teach parents how to limit their children’s exposure to media violence on television, websites and video games.

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Chris Christie to the Rescue for GOP Candidates? [AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie's endorsement of a Republican legislative candidate wouldn't do anything to sway most New Jersey voters according to the most recent statewide poll.

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Gay Couples Marry At New York City Hall
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NJ Gay Marriage Ruling Not Expected Before Fall [AUDIO]

In one of the first major courtroom tests since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down parts of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), Lambda Legal presented oral arguments Thursday on a motion for summary judgment before the New Jersey Superior Court in a case seeking marriage equality on behalf of Garden State Equality, the plaintiff in the case. The State of New Jersey also presented its case.

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NJ Municipal Salaries Would be Capped Under Legislation [POLL/AUDIO]

New Jersey State Senator Sam Thompson plans to introduce legislation next week that would cap the salaries of employees at local sewerage, utilities and county improvement authorities.  The legislation will also end other employee perks funded by public dollars.

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Is Renewing Your Driver’s License Through The Mail Safe? [AUDIO]

The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is expanding its "Skip the Trip" drivers license renew-by-mail program to include drivers of all ages.

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AC’s Internet Gambling Has Uncertain Outcome [AUDIO]

The startup of internet gambling from Atlantic City Casinos is just a few months away, but the big question is whether the new option will impact sagging revenues, slipping now for seven years.

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Ask The Governor July 31
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Gov. Christie on Rand Paul, Tax Refunds, Sandy Relief [VIDEO]

The July edition of Ask The Governor touched on Gov. Chris Christie's new "war of words" with U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, an update on Sandy relief, Richie Sambora getting back with Bon Jovi and problems taxpayer refunds.

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The Funniest Anthony Weiner Headlines

My colleague, Laurie Cataldo at our sister station, 94.3 The point., just posted a great blog with the best headlines about Anthony Weiner, so I just had to share it!

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Consumer Confidence Soaring in New Jersey [AUDIO]

Consumer confidence is up in the Garden State.

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Do Your Kids Know What They’re Doing on Facebook? [POLL/AUDIO]

With so much rain lately your kids are probably spending a lot of time indoors staring at a computer screen.

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Governor Chris Christie in studio for May's Ask the Governor
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Gov. Christie on Gay Marriage, Sandy Aid and the Flag [VIDEO]

The June edition of Ask The Governor touched on Gov. Chris Christie's reaction to the United States Supreme Court's rulings on gay marriage, a new  $780 million federal grant program that begins in July to assist with Sandy relief and what goes into the decision to fly flags at half-staff.

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Should Rutgers stick with New Athletic Director Julie Hermann?
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Christie Gives Full Support to Rutgers Hierarchy [VIDEO]

Embattled Rutgers University is embroiled in yet another scandal and this one shows no signs of letting up. Newly-hired Rutgers Athletic Director Julie Hermann is under fire for allegedly calling members of the University of Tennessee volleyball team, “whores” and “alcoholics.” A new report says Hermann was also involved in a discrimination lawsuit while at Louisville.

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