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Liberty State Park Advocates Protest Proposed Development

2-15-16
More than 100 people gathered to oppose state proposals to develop portions of Liberty State Park.
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What to Look for in Christie’s 2017 Budget Address

2-15-16
Gov. Christie is scheduled to deliver his 2017 budget address Tuesday. He'll likely focus on the state's pension system and the Transportation Trust Fund.
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Outbreak Leads to Accessible Health Ratings For Restaurants

2-12-16
According to the CDC, one in six Americans develops food poisoning each year and of those nearly 130,000 are hospitalized.
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Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Returns to Bayonne After Encountering Severe Weather

2-11-16
Some are calling for an investigation after the Anthem of the Seas ship was forced to return to New Jersey because of 30-foot waves and hurricane force winds out at sea.
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Ask Away: Where is Captain William Kidd’s Treasure Buried in Bradley Beach?

2-9-16
Captain William Kidd thought of himself as a privateer, but others considered him a pirate and legend has it he buried his treasure before he was captured.
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Minimum Wage Hike Battle Back on the Agenda in Trenton

2-4-16
Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto says he will introduce legislation to raise New Jersey's minimum wage to $15 per hour.
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East Orange Calls for Changes to Foreclosure Practices

2-4-16
East Orange Mayor Lester Taylor held a press conference saying he would like government agencies to take working class families into consideration when dealing with foreclosures.
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Critics Question Efficacy of NJ Delegation’s Trip to Cuba

2-2-16
Some Cuban-Americans are critical of 10 New Jersey lawmakers taking a trip to the island nation.
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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.
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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.