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Senate Bill No. 1 — which would abolish the Council on Affordable Housing, significantly reduce centralized state oversight of enforcement of the Mt. Laurel affordable housing mandate and essentially allow municipalities to self-certify that they are in compliance — has passed in the Senate and is headed for the Assembly. The governor, who has vowed to “gut COAH,” has announced that he would sign the bill into law. Once S-1 is enacted, litigation is sure to follow, and absent a significant departure from stare decisis, we predict that its provisions defining municipalities’ affordable housing ...
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'Law & Order: SVU' Leaves New Jersey Over Nixed Tax Credit; May ...
has become the first victim of New Jersey’s pending suspension of its film and TV production tax credit. The veteran NBC crime drama has been the highest profile TV series based in New Jersey. Its sets have been housed at NBC's Central Archives building in North Bergen. But faced with losing the state's 20% tax incentive, the show is headed to New York, which recently proposed boosting its incentive to $420 million annually. In New York, Law & Order: SVU might move into the studio space at Chelsea Piers that has been occupied by the mothership Law & Order series. I hear Universal Media Studios, which co-produces the ... market research, surveys and trends
Opposing Views: New Jersey Lawmakers Delay Implementation Of ...
the state Department of Health to establish regulations for the licensed production and distribution of medical cannabis to authorized patients, is not anticipated to be up and running until some time in 2011. According to the Associated Press report , “The delay allows health officials to write regulations. It also may give politicians time to consider a different model for the program.” Republican Gov. Chris Christie requested lawmakers postpone implementing the law, which was signed in January by his predecessor, Democrat Gov. Jon Corzine. Governor Christie has also suggested that lawmakers consider amending the law market research, surveys and trends

NEW JERSEY LAW - Lawyers' Fees Slashed by $2.2 Million in Suit Over Blue ...
A class action settlement requiring Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey to make billing reforms is fair and reasonable, a judge ruled Tuesday, but he cut $2.2 million from the fee award to the plaintiffs lawyers. The health insurer was prepared to pay $6.5 million in legal fees to class action lawyers when the case settled. But after an appeal by nine doctors groups who objected to the deal, the case was remanded to the Essex County judge who had approved it in 2007. Superior Court Judge Stephen Bernstein reduced the fee award to Roseland, N.J.'s Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman to $4.3 million. Horizon was the biggest ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
High Support for Medical Marijuana
Jan 18, 2010 ... New Jersey law. Fifty-six percent say that if it's allowed, doctors should ... $1.3 billion a year. Nationally, this survey finds 46 percent ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
US Supreme Court ruling on guns has unknown effect on New Jersey's one-handgun ...
A ruling on gun laws last week by the U.S. Supreme Court could lead to changes in state laws or have little to no effect in New Jersey, supporters on both sides of the issue say. The nation’s top court determined 5-4 last week that the Second Amendment right to bear arms applies not just to federal law, but laws passed by states as well. The justices did not strike down the law, but rather sent it back to lower courts for further review. In ruling against Chicago’s 28-year-old law banning handguns in the city, justices said governments could regulate firearms, but because of a fundamental right to arms in the Second Amendment, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
New Jersey medical marijuana law delayed, residents concerned
of New Jersey’s medical marijuana law another 90 days. Free of any more hurdles the program could be fully operational by the middle of next year, but there are lingering concerns among advocates. State officials have been tight-lipped about their plans for medical marijuana. This has left the New Jersey residents suffering with qualifying medical conditions wondering just when (or if) they will be able to register for legal access. Governor Christie’s administration had asked for a 6-12 month delay to the law along with additional, fundamental changes to the program . The legislature seems to have rejected those ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


In 1995, the New Jersey Law Revision Commission published four final ... Legislature did not incorporate all penal provisions found in New Jersey Law ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
New Jersey State Police - NJ Sex Offender Internet Registry
Please read the following and click "I accept" at the bottom of this page to access the New Jersey Sex Offender Internet Registry. New Jersey law authorizes the Division of State Police to make available to the public over the Internet information about certain sex offenders required to register under Megan's Law. The sex offender Internet registry law can be found in the New Jersey Code at 2C:7-12 to -19. This information is being made available on the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
New Jersey Law
(at the State Library): Includes constitutional documents from the proprietary period and the Constitutions of 1776, 1844, and 1947. General Statutes of 1895 includes New Jersey Constitutional Convention Proceedings 1947 (at the State Library) Searchable and browsable, but to browse you must first get a search result, then follow link to table of contents or to prior or next page. New Jersey Constitutional Documents Online (at Rutgers-Camden Law Library). Includes proceedings of constitutional conventions of 1776 and 1844; proceedings and report of 1942 joint legislative committee, and other documents. ...
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New jersey law teen drivers may 1st!? - Yahoo! Answers
It states there will be no grandfathering of existing permit and provisional license holders,. Regardless of how much time a gdl holder has remaining on her or his permit or provisional license, s/he must abide by these requirements beginning May 1st. So even if I got my permit around Nov 11 (When i was allowed to start 6 hours passed school test) to get my permit Wait 6 months- May 11 I would still have to follow the new law right? Even if i got my pro license that day may 11? (because it after may 1st law takes place) My aunts are blaming me because i started my hours late and would have to follow the law now... So am i wrong ...
WikiAnswers - What is the new jersey self defense law
It's seven pages long but goes into detail about the self defense law, it's tough to give a brief answer to that type of question. There are many different situations when one would need to use the self defense law, it's different if you are home, or in public. Also, it depends on what, if any, weapons are being used against you. *Please note that this is general information only, and not to be construed as legal advice, if you would like a consultation please feel free to call and make an appointment" Law Offices of Chang & Scolavino, LLC Paterson and Freehold, New Jersey 973.925.2525 ...