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November 18, 2019: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Camden power broker George Norcross defends himself at a Senate hearing on tax incentives that sees some of his critics cause a disturbance and get ejected. New Jersey’s push to legalize marijuana won’t happen in the Legislature — the measure died for lack of votes Monday. Instead, voters will decide the issue next November. The Legislature considers the future of flavored vaping products in New Jersey. And, a woman on a packed train refuses to give a commuter the seat her bag’s sitting on. What NJ Transit’s doing to keep passengers and their workers from losing it.

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