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June 24, 2019: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Gov. Murphy again threatens to whip out the veto pen to kill what he calls a rigged corporate tax credit program. Why a national organization says local communities and police departments could benefit from civilian oversight. Plus, students get a crash course in civic engagement, organizing to get out next year’s vote. And, the Board of Public Utilities president whose board put the state on pace to run with the wind.

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Edmund Singleton
Edmund Singleton

Tired of the female blond dye heads and the male black
topped dye heads, so immersed in head fakery? 
Here’s how I describe myself, watching news and information programing
on television stocked with politicians and journalists, me, of so little faith
in those when they appear all hair dyed with the lone aim of self-promotion,
other wise why not just deliver thoughts and reports, unadorned, in a plain
brown bag as head covering?

RevBiker Big D
RevBiker Big D

Time to leave this state !