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WINNERS ‘Abbott’ Districts A state appeals court orders the N.J. Education Department to restore $124 million for K-12 supplemental programs in 21 districts, finding that the state had no authority to remove the funds. Environmental Lawyers An Assembly committee approves a bill that would revive the position of special environmental crimes prosecutor. If the measure passes, it’s sure to create more business in a listless field of law. Wireless Industry A state appeals court finds that a local zoning board violated the Federal Telecommunications Act when it denied an application for a communications tower proposed by the five service providers. LOSERS Recess By refusing to hear the case, the U.S. Supreme Court finalizes a Sayreville student’s suspension for playing cops and robbers on school grounds. Joseph Doria A state appeals court says that allegedly excessive spending by opponents in the Assembly speaker’s re-election bid didn’t skew the race, but did find that spending caps apply to primaries. Prudential Financial Inc. The National Association of Securities Dealers fines the company’s former brokerage unit $2 million and orders it to pay customers $9.5 million over annuity sales that broke NASD and N.Y. rules.

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