Gov. Phil Murphy signs a new law that extends the amount of time sexual assault victims can sue their abusers. Veteran legislators downplay the rift between Murphy and the South Jersey Democrats. The Assembly Higher Education Committee discusses two bills pertaining to campus sexual assault. Should Newark’s CCRB be allowed to do what it was designed to do? A state appellate court hears arguments for and against. Plus, long-suffering NJ Transit riders finally have their trains up and running again.
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