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Group Eyes Ways to Rebuild and Preserve State’s Old, Brittle Water Infrastructure

5-25-16
Jersey Water Works, a broad coalition of organizations and individuals, has issued a report on ways communities can come together with government, business and environmentalists to reverse some of the adverse trends affecting the state's water supply.
160524Flanagan

Legalization Advocates: Marijuana Could Bring in $300M in Revenue

5-24-16
New Jersey could harvest an estimated $300 million, according to a report prepared by New Jersey Policy Perspective, if it legalized recreational marijuana use and taxed it at 25 percent.
160524Sullivan

Frontline, NPR Investigates Insurance Companies Short-Changing Victims of Sandy

5-24-16
Reporter Laura Sullivan was part of a Frontline and NPR investigation that found insurance companies were short-changing victims of Superstorm Sandy while amassing hundreds of millions of dollars in profit.
160523Cruz2

It’s the End of the Beginning of an Atlantic City Rescue

5-23-16
Compromise bills surrounding Atlantic City's financial rescue cleared the Assembly Judiciary Committee, giving senate President Steve Sweeney and the governor almost everything they wanted but allowing Speaker Vincent Prieto to emerge -- in the minds of some -- as a perceived champion of collective bargaining rights.
160523Aron

Gubernatorial Candidate Phil Murphy Releases Tax Returns

5-23-16
The only candidate formally in the governor's race has released five years worth of tax returns. They show Phil Murphy earned $6 million in 2014.
160520Delmore

Propeller Fest: Region’s First Tech, Business Summit

5-20-16
Hoboken’s Pier A was the site for Propeller Fest, the region’s first ever tech and business summit with thousands of entrepreneurs.
160520Orton

Uber Puppies Make a Visit to NJTV News

5-20-16
Uber partnered with the nonprofit Southern Paws to make puppies on demand a possibility in Hudson County and Newark.
160519Cruz

New Overtime Rules Will Affect Almost Half a Million NJ Workers

5-19-16
Starting Dec. 1, those with salaries less than $47,476 will be eligible for overtime pay, increasing the pool of overtime-eligible workers by hundreds of thousands in New Jersey.
160518Aron

NJ Budget Officer: Tax Revenues $1.1B Lower Than Projections

5-18-16
During the Assembly Budget Committee hearing, New Jersey Budget Officer Frank Haines said tax revenues were coming in $1.1 billion lower than originally projected for the remainder of this fiscal year and next.