Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon

Protesters Demand That N.J. Fund State Pensions; Christie Says 'Get Realistic'Dozens of people carrying signs disrupted a conservative group's rally over pension funding on the steps of the New Jersey statehouse Thursday, and urged Gov. Chris Christie to fund the state's pension.
Assemblyman Proposes Self-Service Gas Stations In New JerseyFor drivers born and raised in New Jersey, pumping your own gas is a foreign concept.
N.J. Motorists Await End Of Red Light Camera ExperimentTuesday is the last day a flash from a red light camera will lead to a ticket in New Jersey. The state’s pilot program ends at midnight Wednesday morning
Red-Light Camera Pilot Program Set To End In New JerseyThe lights were set to go out this week for the red-light camera program in New Jersey, although some lawmakers want them to stay on.
Red Light Camera Foe, Fan To Square Off In New JerseyThe most ardent critic of New Jersey's red light camera program is scheduled to meet with one of the program's biggest supporters.
N.J. State Lawmaker Demands Probe Of Red-Light Camera Vendor After Bribery ClaimsA New Jersey state lawmaker called for an investigation Sunday, in the wake of a lawsuit alleging bribes to government officials in 13 different states by a red-light camera company.
N.J. Assemblyman: Red Light Cameras Are Busting Innocent PeopleA state assemblyman said Monday a study proves what New Jersey drivers have said all along – many red light cameras are snapping and sending tickets to people who did not break the law.
N.J. Lawmaker Wants To Raise Turnpike, Parkway SpeedsAssemblyman Declan O'Scanlon said that he's been consulting with traffic engineers and wants to introduce a bill that would increase the speed limits.
New Jersey Set To Crack Down On Left Lane DriversLawmakers in New Jersey have advanced a bill that would dramatically increase fines for drivers who fail to move over from the left or center lanes.
Tax Money To Fund Production Of 'Jersey Shore'The state Economic Development Authority on Wednesday approved covering $420,000 of the production costs for the hit reality series' inaugural 2009 season.
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