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Web Extra: Gov. Murphy Talks NJ Transit FaresNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy addresses New Jersey Transit engineers and talks about fares under the state's 2020 budget.
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National Action Network Marks Martin Luther King Jr. DayRev. Al Sharpton and a panel of speakers marked the annual celebration of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 20, 2020.
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