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Letters to the Editor

May 27, 2022

Dear Editor, I'd like to ask my fellow Madison residents to vote for Rachel Ehrlich in the upcoming primary election on June 7, 2022. As someone who follows council meetings pretty closely, I've seen Rachel dedicate so much hard work and commitment in her council member role these past 3 ...

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TO THE EDITOR: Through the tough events that we are witnessing on a national and global front, it is very important to remember the foundations of our political system; local elections. That being said, this election season is becoming more and more crucial than ever to turn out and vote for the ...

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Before we begin, I want to briefly address the horrific instances of gun violence which occurred this weekend that have left more Americans dead and injured. More than 20 people shot in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where basketball fans were gathered outside an arena for the NBA playoffs ...  One ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The man who was sentenced to life for the 1973 murder of State Trooper Werner Foerster in one of the highest-profile trials in the city’s history will soon be released from prison. The New Jersey Supreme Court has ordered parole for Sundiata Acoli from a Maryland prison by a ...

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WOODBRIDGE, NJ - New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association President Pat Colligan released the following statement on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s decision to release Sundiata Acoli on parole: “We stand with our brothers and sisters of the New Jersey State Police during this ...

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Parsippany, NJ–– Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) released the following statement on the Supreme Court’s draft decision to overturn Roe v. Wade: “Like many Americans right now, I am shocked by the Supreme Court’s draft decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The majority of Americans stand ...

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Dear TAPInto : A bill is now before the governor to increase the mandatory retirement age for police chiefs, from 65 to 67. The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police hopes this legislation becomes law because it encourages a stronger continuity of leadership and reduces turnover at ...

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Watching the war unfold in Ukraine, witnessing women and children being killed by artillery fire, brings back horrific memories of my time serving our country in Kassan. We were 5,000 Marines on a base surrounded by 50,000 North Vietnam Army Regulars. For a period of roughly 70 days, we were hit ...

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Statement from Governor Murphy and Commissioner Persichilli: We are closely watching the recent rise in global COVID numbers and, given both previous trends with regard to spread and our location as an international nexus for travel and trade, we do anticipate that we will eventually see an ...

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“Freedom” was the prominent theme throughout last Tuesday’s Morris County Commissioners meeting. It was an ideal beautifully stated in the resolution expressing support for the Ukrainian people, a sizeable group of whom were present to take pictures with the commissioners as they accepted the ...

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I am writing in response to the article titled "Blue & Yellow Bows Support Relief Effort in Ukraine," published in your newspaper on March 8, 2022. We have all been watching the devastating effects from the unwarranted war Putin has declared on Ukraine. Yet many people are going to turn off the ...

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WASHINGTON, DC– Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) released the following statement regarding the President’s decision to ban U.S. imports of Russian oil as gas prices continue to rise:  “I remain unwavering in my support of Ukraine and its people in their fight for freedom, the preservation ...

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Sal Risalvato, executive director of the New Jersey Gasoline, C-Store, Automotive Association, a nonprofit trade association representing motor fuel retailers and associated small businesses, released the following comments regarding Lukoil gas stations in New Jersey:   First off, I want to be ...

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