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THE FORCE REPORT' TRACKS POLICE IN NJ OVER 17 YEARS

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NJ.com debuted The Force Report on Thursday, an ongoing investigation of the use of force among New Jersey police. It draws on a massive database of incidents reported over nearly two decades. The major findings are available here, and a narrative 'how-we-did-it' piece is here. (NJ Advance Media)

GREWAL ANNOUNCES IMMIGRATION TRUST DIRECTIVE

Attorney General Gurbir Grewal revealed details about the Immigration Trust Directive on Thursday. Under the new rules, police officers are prohibited from stopping or detaining people for their immigration status. Police cannot turn over individuals to ICE except in cases of violent crime. (North Jersey Record)

STATE SETS UP 'ANTI-HUNGER' AND FOOD WASTE PROGRAM

On Thursday, lawmakers approved a package of measures that will support anti-hunger services and also encourage food donations. One measureincentivizes supermarkets to open in 'food deserts' using liquor licenses. Over 800,000 people in New Jersey "struggle to consistently put nutritious food on the table", says the CEO of the Community FoodBank. (Asbury Park Press)

3 YEARS AFTER $40M TAX CREDIT, HONEYWELL HQ LEAVES NJ

Honeywell will move its world headquarters out of Morris Plains to Charlotte, North Carolina, a source said Thursday. The company is number 77 on the Forbes 500 list of U.S.-based firms, and the move will take an estimated 600 to 700 jobs there. Three years ago, the company benefited from a $40 million tax credit green-lit by the Christie administration. (NJ.com/Associated Press)

MURPHY NOT PRESENT IN D.C. MEETING OVER NEW TUNNEL

The Gateway tunnel project between New Jersey and New York is finally on the move, but Gov. Phil Murphy didn't have the opportunity to represent the state in a D.C. meeting set to discuss its future. Only New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and an ally, the 'czar of infrastructure'-turned-Port Authority Executive Director Rick Cotton, met with President Donald Trump. (North Jersey Record)

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