N.J. Assemblyman says he was pulled over for voting to have state employees pay more for benefits

    N.J. Assemblyman Nelson Albano, D-1, was pulled over in February for doinf 71 in a 55mph speed limit zone in Hamilton Township.

    Albano admitted to speeding and says he’ll pay the ticket. But the Gloucester County Times isn’t satisfied with the measures Albano has taken to dodge the ticket.
    The lawmaker says he was targeted by the state trooper who pulled him over because Albano voted in favor making government employees pay more for health insurance and benefits.

    Between that allegation, a complaint filed by the trooper and reports from both side that the other party is acting rudely, the state police are conducting an internal investigation.

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