Yard signs compete with new blooms for lawn space; our mailboxes are chock-a-block with candidates’ mailers; and pitches for fundraisers and donations crowd our in-boxes. The primary season is in full swing. And, with all ...
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In April, New Jersey passed the automatic voter registration law that addresses the 1.2 million adults in New Jersey who aren’t yet registered to vote. The new law, signed by Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday, ...
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Putin loves a joke. So, he’s surely getting a giggle over the way Trump proclaims, “America First,” while promoting policies that are highly destructive, supportive of totalitarian regimes, and potentially enriching to oligarchs like himself ...
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Waves transmit energy, not water, and are commonly caused by the wind as it blows across the ocean, lakes, and rivers. Waves caused by the gravitational pull of the moon and the sun are called ...
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On the morning of Friday April 13 at around 8:30 a.m. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) came to Lambertville pursuing an individual with an open warrant. They were seen by several people in the community, ...
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Insecure, obsolete, unverifiable. These words describe the voting systems used in New Jersey and much of Pennsylvania. New Jersey is one of the last five states in the nation allowing paperless, unauditable voting systems. More ...
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People from all walks of life have embraced social media, using some kind of interface for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Snapchat – or all of the above. Perhaps they’ve become inextricably linked to family and ...
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I, and a handful of other students like myself were fortunate enough to attend the March for Our Lives in Washington D.C., thanks to the scholarships gifted by generous ILNH community members. I groggily got ...
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