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10/24/2017

Find recent news from the Trenton statehouse. www.statehouse.news
Brady Gun Control team visits New Jersey Capitol

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03/22/2017
Saint Joseph turns 88: Meet the longest-serving statehouse reporter in America

Have seen Joe in Trenton outside the Statehouse many times.

DISCARDED PEANUT SHELLS LITTER THE SIDEWALKS of downtown Trenton around the entrance of the New Jersey statehouse, where Joseph Albright—the longtime octogenarian Jersey Journal columnist—arrives every weekday at 1 p.m. sharp. Albright carries the peanuts in a basket attached to his red walker; on m...

10/15/2016

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10/06/2016

Trenton, NJ: Foundation Academy performs at the Statehouse 10.05.2016 iFirstOPTICS.news Statehouse News - brick

10/01/2016

Gas Tax passes. Prices Up .23 a gallon of gasoline. Statehouse.news does not offer press coverage beyond the Statehouse.

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10/01/2016

New Jersey Strong

Post Traumatic Stress Awareness at NJSP HQ.Visit www.statehouse.news for State House News related stories. View videos on our Optics links.

10/01/2016
New Jersey State Police

New Jersey State Police

We are live at New Jersey State Police Headquarters where we are doing the 22 Push-up Challenge in support of our veterans!

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NJ Gov Christie “There is a time and place for Protest” ! Walk the Statehouse Sidewalk
09/28/2016

NJ Gov Christie “There is a time and place for Protest” ! Walk the Statehouse Sidewalk

09/18/2016

Trenton, NJ: Gov Chris Christie arrives at Statehouse 9.15.2016 greeted by PTSD post traumatic stress medical marijuana treatment celebration. Christie signed bill allowing prescriptions for medical marijuana. Coalition for Medical Marijuana NJ rally for care. State House News / brick

09/18/2016

Trenton,NJ: $15. Minimum wage rally at Statehouse 9/15/2016. State House News / brick

09/18/2016

State House News. Accredited NJ Press. Video available in sharp clear 4k Living Color coming to Youtube channel soon. Facebook reduces the video quality substantially upon upload.:(

09/13/2016
Hamilton Headlines

Hamilton Headlines

Hamilton, NJ: Hamilton Patriots Committee 15th anniversary 9/11 Remembrance 2016 at Memorial Grove, Veterans Park.

09/08/2016
New Jersey Strong

New Jersey Strong

Report Suspicious Activity Call 911 if you can, text 911 if you can't. NJ innovation allows 911 text messages. 9.07.2016.

08/19/2016
PennEast pipeline

Trenton, NJ: PennEast Natural Gas Pipeline activists rally outside the Trenton War Memorial.

08/19/2016

FERC Public Hearing at the Trenton War Memorial on the PennEast Pipeline. Residents speak out against development. Optics to post

08/08/2016

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08/08/2016
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08/01/2016
Princeton Strong

Princeton Strong

WARNING: Toxic Molds Form as a Result of Flooding2016-08-01T15:05:01+00:00 AWARENESS, NEWS via PrincetonStrong .com
Mold After a Disaster

People with asthma, allergies, or other breathing conditions may be more sensitive to mold.
If you or your family members have health problems after exposure to mold, contact your doctor or other health care provider.
Controlling moisture in your home is the most critical factor for preventing mold growth.
If you plan to be inside the building for a while or you plan to clean up mold, you should buy an N95 mask at your local home supply store and wear it while in the building.
After natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods, excess moisture and standing water contribute to the growth of mold in homes and other buildings. When returning to a home that has been flooded, be aware that mold may be present and may be a health risk for your family.

People at Greatest Risk from Mold

People with asthma, allergies, or other breathing conditions may be more sensitive to mold. People with immune suppression (such as people with HIV infection, cancer patients taking chemotherapy, and people who have received an organ transplant) are more susceptible to mold infections.

Possible Health Effects of Mold Exposure

People who are sensitive to mold may experience stuffy nose, irritated eyes, wheezing, or skin irritation. People allergic to mold may have difficulty in breathing and shortness of breath. People with weakened immune systems and with chronic lung diseases, such as obstructive lung disease, may develop mold infections in their lungs. If you or your family members have health problems after exposure to mold, contact your doctor or other health care provider.

Recognizing Mold

You may recognize mold by:

Sight. Are the walls and ceiling discolored, or do they show signs of mold growth or water damage?
Smell. Do you smell a bad odor, such as a musty, earthy smell or a foul stench?
Safely Preventing Mold Growth

Clean up and dry out the building quickly (within 24 to 48 hours). Open doors and windows. Use fans to dry out the building.

See the fact sheet for drying out your house, Reentering Your Flooded Home.

When in doubt, take it out! Remove all porous items that have been wet for more than 48 hours and that cannot be thoroughly cleaned and dried. These items can remain a source of mold growth and should be removed from the home. Porous, noncleanable items include carpeting and carpet padding, upholstery, wallpaper, drywall, floor and ceiling tiles, insulation material, some clothing, leather, paper, wood, and food. Removal and cleaning are important because even dead mold may cause allergic reactions in some people.
To prevent mold growth, clean wet items and surfaces with detergent and water.
Homeowners may want to temporarily store items outside of the home until insurance claims can be filed. See recommendations by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
If you wish to disinfect, refer to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) document, A Brief Guide to Mold and Moisture in Your Home.
If there is mold growth in your home, you should clean up the mold and fix any water problem, such as leaks in roofs, walls, or plumbing. Controlling moisture in your home is the most critical factor for preventing mold growth.

To remove mold growth from hard surfaces use commercial products, soap and water, or a bleach solution of no more than 1 cup of household laundry bleach in 1 gallon of water. Use a stiff brush on rough surface materials such as concrete.

If you choose to use bleach to remove mold:

Never mix bleach with ammonia or other household cleaners. Mixing bleach with ammonia or other cleaning products will produce dangerous, toxic fumes
Open windows and doors to provide fresh air.
Wear non-porous gloves and protective eye wear.
If the area to be cleaned is more than 10 square feet, consult the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guide titled Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings. Also available is A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture, and Your Home.
Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using bleach or any other cleaning product.
For more information on personal safety while cleaning up after a natural disaster, see Response Worker Health and Safety.
If you plan to be inside the building for a while or you plan to clean up mold, you should buy an N95 mask at your local home supply store and wear it while in the building. Make certain that you follow instructions on the package for fitting the mask tightly to your face. If you go back into the building for a short time and are not cleaning up mold, you do not need to wear an N95 mask.

When you get ready to go home after a disaster, here is some information you should know about mold.

Many people want to know how to get rid of mold. You can clean a small amount of mold yourself. Use a mixture of 1 cup of bleach to 1 gallon of water. Again, that’s 1 cup of bleach to 1 gallon of water.

Remember, never mix bleach, or products containing bleach – with ammonia, or products containing ammonia. Read the label on any product to see what it contains.

If you see mold that covers an area of more than 10 square feet, consider getting a professional to remove it.

How about mold and your health? If you are allergic to mold, or you have asthma, being around mold may make your condition worse. If you have a chronic lung condition or a weak immune system, you could develop mold infections in your lungs, and you should try to avoid buildings contaminated with mold. If you think that mold is affecting your health, please see your health care provider.In general, you don’t need a protective mask, called an N95 mask, just for reentering a building after a disaster, but if you plan to clean up mold you should buy an N95 mask at your local home supply store. Follow the instructions on the package for fitting the N95 mask tightly on your face.Toxic Molds Form Following Flooding. Mold After a Disaster

People with asthma, allergies, or other breathing conditions may be more sensitive to mold.
If you or your family members have health problems after exposure to mold, contact your doctor or other health care provider.
Controlling moisture in your home is the most critical factor for preventing mold growth.
If you plan to be inside the building for a while or you plan to clean up mold, you should buy an N95 mask at your local home supply store and wear it while in the building.
After natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods, excess moisture and standing water contribute to the growth of mold in homes and other buildings. When returning to a home that has been flooded, be aware that mold may be present and may be a health risk for your family.
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07/23/2016

New Jersey Strong Water Disasters. Press conference Trenton from the Statehouse Annex. What is going on here? iFirstOPTICS news

07/22/2016

NJ - Gas Tax to fund TTF in process

07/22/2016

Trenton, NJ Pokemon gamers stroll around the Statehouse Capitol Complex. The Old Barracks, Thomas Edison U, historic Trenton Statehouse , and the State Museum are among cool places to see inside.

07/19/2016

Trenton nj State House News. POKEMON gamers at Capitol complex.

07/01/2016

Fuel Tax Illegal. Transportation Trust Not Funded. Christie signs State Budget without TTF funding. Citizen Jessi 6.30.2016

07/01/2016

Trenton,NJ: 6.30.2016 Multiple demonstrations at the Statehouse. Cmmnj, rainbow awareness, unions for TTF transportation trust fund, airline against fuel tax. Brickphoto

The 1987 NJ State budget was 9.3 billion and considered during a late night legislative session. UPI-Stanley  Brick phot...
06/29/2016

The 1987 NJ State budget was 9.3 billion and considered during a late night legislative session. UPI-Stanley Brick photog.

06/27/2016

Trenton,NJ: State House News. Unions rally at Statehouse as legislature negotiations continue on the Transportation Trust Fund.

06/17/2016

State House News Trenton, NJ: NJ Water Disasters. View News Video from the Statehouse Annex Steps. Brick(c)2016

06/16/2016

State House News Trenton, NJ 2016: PTSD Awareness at Statehouse steps.

06/15/2016

via Hamilton Headlines - Hamilton,NJ: Mercer County Veterans Affairs leads Flag Day proper flag decommissioning by burning of 10,000 US Flags at Veterans Park. www.hamiltonheadlines.com brick(c)2016

06/14/2016

Trenton, NJ: LGBT Pride activist raises safety awareness at the Statehouse Trenton following the Orlando Massacre. 6.13.2016 NJ www.statehouse.news

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Our beloved president, we appreciate you so far for transforming our country, we know and believe that you are a listening president, when workers cried about the minimum wage which has over stayed since 2012, you head them by giving presidential directives to the ministry of to revise the minimum wage of which they did. Now the ministry of justice is delaying to make it legal so that it can be implemented for the people of Zambia to meet their basic needs. Please our president intervenem, it's your own people who are suffering not the employers.
http://nj1015.com/shame-on-middlesex-county-and-governor-murphy-opinion/ Murphy broke law. Endangered thousands by ignoring ICE and released criminal immigrants with serious criminal records into the NJ population. No to Sanctuary status for the State. He is wrong!