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NJ News Commons: VOTERS PASSED BALLOT QUESTION — HERE'S WHAT ELSE

The NJTV News and NJ Spotlight team compiled the results of yesterday's elections. The only question on the ballot asked voters whether the state should allow veterans in retirement communities to take a $250 property tax deduction, and it passed. Check the County Board of Elections for local races, and don't miss the Elections 2019 section below. (NJTV News / NJ.com)

TOXIC 'FOREVER CHEMICALS' FOUND IN 500 WATER SYSTEMS

A nonprofit called the Environmental Working Group released a report yesterday that pinpointed where a certain set of toxic chemicals have been found in tap water or ground water. 517 sites are included — here's a map. One type of these PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) chemicals is called PFNA (perfluorononanoic acid), which is now state-regulated. (NJ Spotlight)

MAN DIES IN PENN DESPITE DOCTOR'S EFFORTS ON TRAIN

The NJ Transit lines to New York Penn Station are classified as commuter trains, so its cars aren't regulated in the same way "intercity" trains are, Colleen Wilson notes. But if they were, then the doctor who attempted to save the life of a man who appeared to be recovering after an apparent heart attack would've likely had a first-aid kit with a resuscitation mask on hand. (The Record)

SUIT ALLEGES POLICE CHIEF WANTED "SEXUAL FAVORS"

On Friday, a police officer filed a civil lawsuit in Cumberland County Superior Court against the City of Vineland, its police department, and its police chief. The lawsuit alleges the chief told the officer to ask his wife and daughter to perform "sexual favors" in exchange for a promotion. (Vineland Daily Journal)

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