What the overturning of misconduct and insurance fraud convictions against Hackensack's former police chief means for the city is a bit of a mystery. Some of Ken Zisa’s critics and supporters alike seemed shocked by the appeals court ruling and were left searching for words to describe its implications for the city’s future.
The Leider family, whose 9-year-old son Jason has a deadly, rare disease, has returned to Elmwood Park from North Carolina after Jason received a dose of a potentially life altering medication. The family has been at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill since July 19, where Jason is taking part in a clinical trial to test the drug idursulfase-IT.
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