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Senate, Assembly Approve Democratic Budget

6-26-14
The Democratic budget plan, which the Senate approved, includes a full payment into the pension system while increasing taxes on income over $1 million.
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NJ Jewelry Stores Face Charges for Improper Gold Buying Practices

6-26-14
Division of Consumer Affairs inspectors and undercover officers found gold buyers breaking the rules.
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Official: Revel Could Turn Around After Bankruptcy

6-26-14
Israel Posner, the executive director of the Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism, says Revel could be re-engineered for revenue generation after its second bankruptcy filing.
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CWA NJ Director: NJ’s Suffering Because Christie Hasn’t Reinvested in the State

6-26-14
CWA New Jersey State Director Hetty Rosenstein says New Jersey is suffering because Christie has not reinvested in the state, not because of the pension system.
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NJ Technology Council Holds App Forum

6-26-14
Eight of 10 winners who submitted apps to the New Jersey Technology Council Mobile Applications Forum, sponsored by AT&T, were from the Garden State.

Judges: Retirees have right to pension increases

6-26-14
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey appeals court has ruled that retired public workers have a right to cost-of-living increases in their pensions. But in an opinion Thursday, a three-judge panel leaves it to a lower court judge to decide ...

New Jersey lawmakers approve budget as veto looms

6-26-14
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Both houses of New Jersey's legislature have approved a $34.1 billion state budget that raises some major taxes but makes a full previously agreed-upon payment to pension funds for public employees. Republican Gov. Chris ...

Perelman loses Hudson News founder inheritance bid

6-25-14
HACKENSACK, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey judge has rejected a bid by the daughter of billionaire Revlon chairman Ronald Perelman to receive a larger slice of an inheritance from the estate of her grandfather who founded the Hudson News newsstands ...
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Judge Rules Christie Can Cut $900M from Pension Payment

6-25-14
Judge Mary Jacobson ruled that Gov. Christie can cut $900 million from this year's payment into the state pension plans.
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Supreme Court Ruling Doesn’t Stop Effort to Get Sports Betting in NJ

6-25-14
Despite the Supreme Court's refusal to legalize sports betting in New Jersey, Sen. Lesniak has introduced a bill that would allow the practice only at racetracks and casinos.