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160202Delmore

Lawmakers Want to Close Corporate Tax Loophole

2-2-16
A group of Democratic senators say a corporate tax loophole takes money from the state and hurts small business owners.
160201Cruz

New Deal Curtails Tourist Helicopter Flights But Jersey Side Unimpressed

2-1-16
The NYC Economic Development Corporation and the helicopter industry announced an agreement to drastically reduce the frequency of helicopter tours, but some in New Jersey are upset they weren't consulted and believe the deal doesn't go far enough.
160129Hill

SBA Loans Help Sandy Victims

1-29-16
The Small Business Administration offers loans to both businesses and homeowners who were affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Longshoremen walked off the job at area ports Friday. - (FILE PHOTO)

Work Stoppage Closes NJ Ports

1-29-16
Members of the International Longshoremen's Association walked off the job.
160128Flanagan

Senate President: Some Are Homeless Because of Dept. of Human Services Decision

1-28-16
Senate President Steve Sweeney says the state Department of Human Services' decision to let two housing assistance pilot programs expire has led to some people's homelessness.
160127Vannozzi

AC Officials Unanimously Pass Resolution to Work with State

1-27-16
Atlantic City officials passed a resolution agreeing to work with the state on a plan for the city's finances, which they're saying isn't a takeover.
160127Aron

Assembly Committees Focus on Poverty

1-27-16
Four Assembly committees spent the day discussing ways to reduce poverty in New Jersey.
160126Aron

Christie Announces Plan for Atlantic City

1-26-16
Gov. Christie held a press conference with Senate President Steve Sweeney and Mayor Don Guardian about the state's future involvement in Atlantic City.
160126Wanko

Trenton Takes on Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness

1-26-16
Mercer County, the city of Trenton and the Mercer Alliance to End Homelessness teamed up to complete First Lady Michelle Obama's Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness.
160126Franklin

In NJ, 850,000 ALICE Families Struggle to Realize the American Dream

1-26-16
John Franklin, CEO of the United Way of Northern New Jersey, discusses how 850,000 families in New Jersey are struggling to make enough money to afford necessities, despite being employed.