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John Lore and Bradford Bury are among the people chosen.
Assembly whip's bill would strip legislators of salary and benefits.
Senate president bows of the out of the race before it starts, saying his attention is needed to keep Democrats in control of the state Legislature.
Recreation Commission concerned about low attendance at annual Memorial Day weekend event.
Governor hailed as hero following Sandy, says he's 'more ready' to consider presidential run.
Residents will not have to separate recycling materials starting in March.
Residents can ask questions of committee members by appointment or through walk-in visits prior to meetings.
Watchung crews still collecting debris more than two months after storm.
Governor delivered his third State of the State address Tuesday in Trenton.
Watchung, Green Brook and North Plainfield enter agreement to share judge, prosecutor and public defender.
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