New Jersey’s highest court has ruled that there is no public policy reason against rehiring a Garden State Parkway toll-taker who fired a paintball gun at a vehicle in a fit of road rage.

The state Supreme Court reinstated an arbitrator’s order that the New Jersey Turnpike Authority argued failed to give due consideration to a clear mandate of public policy — namely, the public’s interest in roadway safety.

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