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Fliers left on trains encouraged riders to "use your April pass for the month of May" as part of a #NoPayMay campaign following a month of misery on the rail with delayed trains, derailments and overcrowding. NJ Transit.
A trial judge dismissed the lawsuit in 2014. And a three-judge appellate panel on Friday denied her bid to reinstate the claim.
Amtrak will meet next week with NJ Transit and LIRR to discuss Penn Station repairs. Until then, the impact on train schedules won't be known.
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As for the second half of the weekend? Not nearly as warm and summerlike.
Gov. Christie again accused Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of "profiteering on taxpayer money and profiteering on the poor" with Medicaid money that was available after his administration expanded Medicaid, and said he has proposed legislation to change it.
"I want all my children to be protected," Dr. Alla Gordina told New Jersey 101.5.
Jerry Turning Jr. is a father of a son with autism. He's also a police officer.
New Jersey's Carnival and Amusement Safety Unit inspects every ride in the state at the beginning of the season.
Amtrak says major projects at Penn Station will begin in May and continue through the fall. Further work mostly done on weekends will continue through next June.