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NJLM, the NJ Urban Mayors Association, and the NJ Conference of Mayors issued a coalition letter to the Governor and the State Legislature on the anticipated legalization of cannabis. Please review the letter and, reach out to your State Legislators. Read on...
The Acting Administrator of the Courts set out the time and place for the three hearings regarding the dismissal of minor municipal court complaints pending for more than 15 years. The hearings will be held in Newark, Somerville, and Mt.Holly Oct. 22-24. Read on...
The Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee will be considering two significant bills regarding OPRA and OPMA this week. However, the League still has major concerns with the bills and continue to oppose S-106 and S-107. Read on...