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160224Flanagan

Municipalities Fight for Back Taxes from Hospitals

2-24-16
Several municipalities have hired attorneys to convince tax courts hospitals that generate profits should pay back taxes.
160224Wanko

When to Appeal a College Financial Award

2-24-16
The College Benefits Research Group recommends parents and students appeal financial aid packages in certain situations.
Climate change is forcing some species of migrating fish to shift their range toward the poles, which means big changes for people whose livelihoods depend on those fish.

Climate Change Takes from the Poor, Gives to the Rich, Study Finds

2-24-16
As fish and other natural resources move in response to climate change, wealth moves with them.
160223Flanagan

Ransomware Attacks Hold Websites Hostage

2-23-16
Hackers use ransomware to lock websites, demand money and threaten to delete all the information.
160223Cruz

Toms River Faces Deep Cuts in Schools Without Additional Financial Help, Say Officials

2-23-16
The effects of Superstorm Sandy are still being felt in Toms River and officials say without help, the school district will have to cut teachers.
160223Interview

Is Your Credit Card Vulnerable at ATMs and Gas Stations?

2-23-16
A new credit card scam called skimming is happening at ATMs and gas stations and is often unseen to customers and even employees.
160222Aron

Atlantic City Mayor Calls Financial Legislation ‘Fascist Dictatorship’

2-22-16
Mayor Don Guardian says the final legislation being proposed to help Atlantic City out of its financial situation amounts to a complete state takeover.
160222Flanagan

Lawmakers Hear About Delays with Credit Card Chip Readers

2-22-16
Consumers now have chip-enhanced credit cards, but not all stores have the proper readers to use them. An Assembly committee questioned why that is.
160222Vannozzi

Rep. Pascrell Calls Labor Advisory Committee to Start Dialogue

2-22-16
Congressman Bill Pascrell called together the Labor Advisory Committee to start dialogue about labor issues in the state. He's hoping talks like this will help avoid an NJ Transit strike.
160222Douglas

Atlantic City Finances Unstable As Possible State Intervention Looms

2-22-16
William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University released study saying mortgage foreclosures are five times the national average and the economic outlook for Atlantic City could get worse.