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Rutgers Launches Food Pantry for Students

Rutgers New Brunswick has opened a food pantry this fall to help students in need of food.

Bill Would Stop Businesses from Prohibiting Negative Online Reviews

Congressman Leonard Lance is co-sponsoring a bill that would ban business contracts for goods or services that don't allow negative or truthful reviews and give the Federal Trade Commission enforcement over the issue, without affecting a company’s right to sue for libel or slander.

Atlantic City MUA Plans to Buy Bader Field, Despite Being Collateral for State Loan

Atlantic City officials announced a plan for the Municipal Utilities Authority to borrow money to buy the city’s old airstrip Bader Field for no less than $100 million. The MUA is listed as collateral for a $73 million bridge loan from the state that Atlantic City hasn't paid back.

Self-Driving Cars Raise Privacy Concerns

Privacy advocates worry about the amount of data self-driving cars collect and how that data is being used.

Our Turn NJ Suspends Ad Campaign for North Jersey Casinos

After polls have found the majority of New Jerseyans oppose expanding gaming in the state, Our Turn NJ has suspended its ad campaign for voters to approve North Jersey casinos in November.

Port Authority Votes No on Minimum Wage Increase

Newark Airport workers represented by 32BJ SEIU are upset that the Port Authority Board of Commissioners struck down a measure to increase the minimum wage for workers.

Head of Community FoodBank of New Jersey Talks Food Insecurity

In her first year as the head of the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Debra Vizzi just finished a Feeding America report and talks about her discoveries.

AAA: Americans Wasted Over $2 Billion on Premium Gas Last Year

A study by AAA found that many Americans are filling their vehicles with premium gas unnecessarily, wasting more than $2 billion in 2015.

NJ Leads Nation in Millennials Living with Parents

New U.S. Census Bureau figures show 47 percent of New Jerseyans ages 18 to 34 live with their parents, the highest of any state in the nation.

Asm. Caputo Wants More Specifics in North Jersey Casino Plan

Assemblyman Ralph Caputo introduced a resolution that urges the Legislature to offer more specifics about revenue two new casinos in northern New Jersey would generate for the state.