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New Study Contradicts Christie’s Claim That Pension Payouts Are Excessive

12-18-14
Using different criteria, a report finds New Jersey’s health and retirements benefits for public employees are less generous than plans in most other states.
141217Schneider

NY OKs Three Casinos Far from North Jersey

12-17-14
The New York State Gaming Commission accepted three casinos, none closer than two hours from North Jersey. It rejected one proposed for Sterling Forest, which is a few minutes over the New Jersey border.
141217Cruz

In Atlantic City, Hope Steps Up to the Table

12-17-14
Mayor Don Guardian is hopeful that Atlantic City can recover from its financial troubles, with help from the state.
141216Duffy

Port Authority Chairman Promises Greater Transparency

12-16-14
Port Authority Chairman John Degnan discussed high overtime costs at the agency, the George Washington Bridge scandal and increasing transparency to the public.
141216Cruz

Officials Don’t Think Atlantic City is ‘Another Detroit Waiting to Happen’

12-16-14
After several casinos closed, some are wondering if Atlantic City is heading down the same path as Detroit -- to bankruptcy.
141216Wanko

Trenton Food Banks See Significant Increase in Demand

12-16-14
According to the United States Conference of Mayors Hunger and Homelessness survey, requests for emergency food assistance in Trenton jumped 10 to 12 percent over the past year.
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Port Authority Spent $200M in Overtime in 9 Months

12-15-14
The Port Authority spent nearly $200 million in the first nine months of 2014 in overtime.
141215Schneider

Mountain Creek Drives Economy in Vernon

12-15-14
One million tourists visit Vernon Township, thanks to ski and snowboard resort Mountain Creek.
141212Cruz

Business Leaders Say State Needs to Improve Climate for Growth

12-12-14
The New Jersey Business and Industry Association held its public policy forum to discuss the state's business climate going forward.
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Rutgers Research Professor: State Needs to Invest in Infrastructure

12-12-14
Rutgers Associate Research Professor Dan Van Abs says that the state needs to invest in Infrastructure, otherwise more water line breaks will, costing more.