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October 16, 2019: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams



Some low-wage workers in New Jersey say their work schedules are costing them money. Seven new rail engineers join the rosters at NJ Transit, and the agency promises this is part of rebuilding its future. Cory Booker plays peacekeeper as Democrats duke it out in Ohio. A partnership in Paterson and Passaic County to go after opioid overdoses and to get people into treatment. Plus, a top lawmaker’s legislative priorities for the lame duck session.

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