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Bayonne pharmacy’s license suspended over fake vaccine cards

“Forging vaccination cards and entering false information into the state’s vaccination database is a crime that creates a grave public health risk,” said acting Attorney General Matthew Platkin. “With the spread of COVID-19 still a significant threat to New Jerseyans, the alleged conduct of this licensee is beyond reckless. The Pharmacy Board acted appropriately in removing her from practice while these criminal charges are pending.”

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NJ launches annual examination of investment advisers

“The examination helps the Bureau track emerging trends in the securities market, assess risk to investors, and ensure compliance with securities law and industry standards,” said acting Consumer Affairs Director Cari Fais. “It is a key tool in the Bureau’s efforts to protect investors.”

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