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Sundiata Acoli, ex-member of revolutionary black nationalist groups, was convicted in the 1973 slaying of State Trooper Werner Foerster.
During his State of the Judiciary address, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner said there were 75 vacancies on the trial court bench.
The governor said the move, already required in 40 states, will bolster accountability and professionalism.
Advocates sent a letter to the Department of Banking and Insurance last month.
The participating gas stations have slashed their prices from 7 to 23 cents a gallon.
The school shut down during the pandemic and a nonprofit stepped in to temporarily reopen it.
New Jersey's largest city is becoming increasingly unaffordable for its residents.
Sundiata Acoli, 85, was granted parole after being repeatedly denied.
"Why not make life easier? Why not stay in New Jersey?" Rep. Josh Gottheimer asked.
Abortion providers in New York are ramping up to provide more access, but New Jersey – with the third highest abortion rate in the country – is also preparing for an influx of patients from neighboring states where reproductive rights are more restricted.
The state will use federal disaster money to fund its Blue Acres program, offering homeowners market-rate prices for their properties so they can relocate.
Gov. Kathy Hochul tweeted Monday evening that New York would welcome those patients “with open arms.”
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