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How Much Do Unauthorized Immigrants Pay in Taxes?

3-2-17
New Jersey gets an injection of cash from its unauthorized immigrant population: nearly $600 million in state and local taxes, according to a new report.

Hard Rock to Buy Closed Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City

3-2-17
Hard Rock International and two local partners announced they will spend $300 million to buy and substantially remake the Taj Mahal into a Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Atlantic City’s boardwalk.

Whole Foods Becomes Newest Addition in Newark Development

3-1-17
Whole Foods is the latest in a slew of new high-rise apartment buildings, retail centers, restaurants and office spaces that call Newark home.

Sens. Beck and Greenstein Discuss Governor’s Budget Address

2-28-17
The two members of the Senate Budget Committee discussed Gov. Chris Christie's 2018 budget address with NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron.

NJTV News Special Report: 2018 Budget Address

2-28-17
NJTV News provides live coverage of Gov. Chris Christie’s 2018 budget address.

Looking Toward the Future at Innovation Forecast 2017

2-27-17
New Jersey Tech Council’s Innovation Forecast 2017 had businesses present what they see for the future of technology.

Lawmakers Hear About Impact of Food Insecurity on College Campuses

2-27-17
A study by the College and University Food Bank Alliance found that 48 percent of college students reported experiencing food insecurity. Rutgers and Montclair State University each have food pantries available to help.

What to Expect from Christie’s Final Budget Address

2-27-17
Former State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristtoff talks about his predictions for Gov. Christie's final budget address and the state's pension crisis.

Senate President Talks School Funding Formula

2-24-17
Senate President Steve Sweeney discusses the state's school funding formula, the governor's budget address, pension payments and more.

City Mayors Defend Current School Funding Formula

2-22-17
Newark and Jersey City mayors went before the Senate Select Committee on School Funding Fairness to explain why they think the current aid structure makes sense for the state.