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Category Archives: New Jersey
New Jersey aims to reduce the number of drug overdoses — which have killed more than 6,000 people in the last decade — with a new law protecting people who call 911 to report drug overdoses from criminal charges… Under … Continue reading
N.J. Court: Cocaine In Newborn’s System Does Not Equal Neglect | newsworks.org | Zack Seward | 2/7/13
New Jersey’s Supreme Court has ruled that a Cape May County woman did not neglect her newborn baby who was born with cocaine in his system in 2007. The ruling overturned a finding of neglect by a lower court… Writing for … Continue reading
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Hurricane Sandy Response Program: If you need assistance in recovering from Hurricane Sandy, or are interested in offering assistance to those in need, the NJSBA is here to help. Click here for information on the New Jersey State Bar Association’s … Continue reading
Workzone: PA Lacks Laws Guarding Sexual Orientation | Ann Belser / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | 10/14/12
In 70 percent of Pennsylvania, gay employees who celebrated National Coming Out Day on Thursday would have no recourse if their bosses fired them Friday. That’s because a law to prohibit discrimination in the workplace based on sexual orientation or … Continue reading