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Tourism Numbers Continue to Rise in New Jersey

7-3-15
New Jersey Tourism Industry Association President Sharon Franz talks about the exciting events happening in New Jersey this summer season.
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Family: Can’t Sell Home Because of Westfield ‘Watcher’

7-3-15
A family is too afraid to move into the Westfield home they purchased because of threatening letters from "The Watcher." They say they can't sell the home now either because of the letters.
150629Cruz

Democrats Propose Borrowing Money for Pension System Now

6-29-15
Democrats rolled out a new proposal to borrow money for the state pension system now rather than the end of the year, saying that it's more fiscally responsible.
150629Flanagan

Verizon Threatens to End Service If Customers Don’t Switch to Fiber-Optic Network

6-29-15
In a letter to customers, Verizon says service would be suspended if customers didn't provide property access to be switched to the company's fiber-optic network. Some are upset because they believe the copper wire system is more reliable.
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Charitable Giving on the Rise

6-29-15
Giving USA found charitable giving up nationwide for 2014. New Jersey organizations have seen an increase as well.
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Sen. Whelan: PILOT Program Essential to AC Investment

6-29-15
State Sen. Jim Whelan is co-sponsor of an Atlantic City stabilization bill. One of those bills -- PILOT -- while helping improve the economy, would require Trump Plaza to pay taxes for the eight months it was open in 2014. Today Trump Plaza filed a deed restriction that would keep it closed for 10 years to avoid paying the taxes.
150626Cruz

Christie Vetoes Dem Budget, Kills Millionaire, Corporate Tax, Proposes EITC Increase

6-26-15
Gov. Christie line-item vetoed portions of the state budget approved by the Democratically controlled Legislature.
150626Flanagan

East Orange Works to Clean Up Abandoned Properties

6-26-15
East Orange officials are taking steps to clean up foreclosed and abandoned homes by enforcing ordinances and imposing fines on property owners, including banks.
150625Aron

Lawmakers Approve State Budget Along Party Lines, Christie Expected to Veto Portions

6-25-15
Gov. Christie is expected to line-item veto the millionaires tax and corporate business tax surplus in the state budget that lawmakers approved.
150625Cruz

Legislators Consider Over 100 Bills

6-25-15
Lawmakers had over 100 bills on their agenda Thursday, ranging from standardized testing to residency requirements for new cops and firefighters.