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160415Flanagan

NJ Motorists Will Soon Have to Pay for Emissions Re-Inspection

4-15-16
New Jersey's Motor Vehicle Commission is doing away with the tailpipe emissions test May 1 and within a few months, motorists who fail the new emissions test will have to pay to get re-inspected.
160414Flanagan

Christie Touts Job Creation Program, NJ’s Economy

4-14-16
Gov. Christie was at Union County College to discuss Talent Development Centers, which are meant to be pipelines to new or better jobs.
160414Vannozzi

Lawmakers Continue to Have Different Plans for Atlantic City Recovery

4-14-16
The Assembly Judiciary Committee met to amend Speaker Vincent Prieto's bill to rescue Atlantic City, but Senate President Steve Sweeney also has a proposal put forward.
160414Hill

Senators Question Higher Education Spending in State Budget

4-14-16
The Christie administration is proposing cuts to the Educational Opportunity Fund and to the state's senior public institutions.
160414Levinson

Supportive Housing Association Director: NJ Needs More Affordable Housing

4-14-16
Supportive Housing Association Executive Director Gail Levinson says New Jersey needs more affordable housing options, particularly for the developmentally disabled.
160413Hill

Verizon Workers Go On Strike

4-13-16
Unionized workers of Verizon launched one of the biggest strikes in recent years -- nearly 40,000 workers -- mainly in northeastern states over pay, pension, job security, benefits and more.
160413Cruz

Transportation Funding Discussed at Budget Hearing

4-13-16
Members of the Assembly discussed New Jersey's Transportation Trust Fund, which is quickly running dry.
160413Vannozzi

Jersey City Mayor Visits Atlantic City to Talk Casinos

4-13-16
Mayor Steve Fulop went to Atlantic City to discuss the pros and cons of allowing casinos in North Jersey.
160412Cruz

Christie Touts Corporate Tax Relief, Jabs Fulop on Reval

4-12-16
Gov. Christie announced that with a lower unemployment rate, more people are paying into the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund, allowing for $200 million in tax reductions for New Jersey employers.
160412Hahn

Strike Looms for Verizon Workers if Agreement Isn’t Reached

4-12-16
Verizon customer service workers, installers and repairmen are prepared to strike effective Wednesday morning if Verizon doesn't agree to their contract demands, which include wage increases and job security.