Organizer of reopen New Jersey rally receives summons

The owner of the Randolph Tennis Center says she received a summons for a recent rally calling on Gov. Phil Murphy to reopen the state.

News 12 Staff

Jun 8, 2020, 2:56 PM

Updated 1,412 days ago

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The owner of the Randolph Tennis Center says she received a summons for a recent rally calling on Gov. Phil Murphy to reopen the state.
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was at the rally back on May 30, where dozens of people were there supporting shuttered local businesses in New Jersey.
Jennifer Rogers says she was shocked when she found two summonses in the mail Saturday, a week after the event.
Rogers says the summonses come along with large fines and potential jail time.
Rogers claims the state government is choosing what groups can and cannot protest.


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