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CALLAHAN TO REMAIN SUPERINTENDENT OF STATE POLICE

Patrick Callahan will continue in his role as the superintendent of the New Jersey State Police.  Governor Phil Murphy decided to give the job to Callahan, who was appointed by former governor Chris Christie.  Callahan must still be confirmed by the New Jersey Senate.

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