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NJ Capitol Report

NJ Capitol Report

New Jersey Capitol Report – exploring political, social, and cultural issues affecting New Jersey.

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Paul Fishman, Linda McFadden

Paul Fishman, United States Attorney for the District of NJ discusses police/minority tensions in light of the Michael Brown case in Ferguson and Eric...
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Credit Unions, Linda McFadden

Credit unions are now seen as more favorable than they have in the past. Linda McFadden, President, XCEL Federal Credit Union talks about how credit u...
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Police/Minority Tension, Paul Fishman

Paul Fishman, United States Attorney for the District of NJ discusses police/minority tensions in light of the Michael Brown case in Ferguson and Eric...
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Food Stamp Challenge, Asw Nancy Munoz

Assemblywomen Nancy Munoz talks about hunger and food insecurity in NJ, how the Food Stamp Challenge brought this issue to the forefront, and how the ...
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Building A Culture of Health, Riza Lavizzo-Mourey

Risa-Lavizzo–Mourey, MD, MBA, President & CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation sits down to discuss the impact of the Robert Wood Johnson F...
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Energy Infrastructure Upgrade, Phil Beachem

Phil Beachem, President, NJ Alliance for Action explains why an investment in New Jersey’s utilities is so important and why New Jersey looks to upg...
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Phil Beachem, Riza Lavizzo, Asw Nancy Munoz

Phil Beachem, President, NJ Alliance for Action explains why an investment in New Jersey’s utilities is so important and why New Jersey looks to upg...
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Federal Monitoring of Newark Police, Captain John Crystal

Captain John Chrystal, President of the Newark Police Superior Officers’ Association talks about the federal monitor of the Newark police force and ...
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Employment for Veterans, Betsy Ryan

Betsy Ryan, President of the NJ Hospital Association, explains how the NJHA provides employment opportunities for veterans, who are hired to enroll Ne...
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Support for NJ’s Disabled Population, Asw. V Huttle

Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Chair of the Human Services Committee, talks about what’s next for NJ’s disabled population who will soon b...