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Millennials Have Delayed Home Ownership

According to the latest census data, around one in five New Jerseyans are between the ages of 18 and 34. That’s close to 2 million people. Around four in 10 of them live in their parents’ house.

Research: Law to Prevent Kids from Tanning Ineffective

New research shows the 2013 law put in place to prevent children younger than 17 years old from hopping in a tanning bed hasn’t worked.

Union Workers Call for Pension Ballot Question

The public pension fund is $44 billion in debt and a bill to put a question on this November’s ballot asking voters for a constitutional amendment that would lock the state into making quarterly payments to replenish the fund by 2020 is gridlocked.

Bills to Raise Gas Tax, Fund TTF Head to Full Senate

The Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee approved two bills to raise the state gasoline tax by 23 cents a gallon in an effort to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund.

Christie Touts ‘Fairness Formula’ in Fair Lawn

The governor said his Fairness Formula would lower property taxes in many suburbs, including an average of $2,200 in Fair Lawn, and it would give $6,600 to every non-special needs public school student in the state.

Senate President Boycotts PSE&G Sponsored Delegate Breakfast

Senate President Steve Sweeney boycotted the delegate breakfast over sponsor PSE&G's contributions to a political action committee that supports candidates including New Jersey conservative Scott Garrett.

Paterson Plans to End Summer Rec Program to Save Money

Cash-strapped Paterson is pulling the plug on its summer rec program by closing 36 summer camps and two municipal pools starting Aug. 12 to save an estimated $200,000.

Piscataway Mayor Defies Christie Order to Stop TTF Projects

Brian Wahler has ignored Gov. Christie's order to stop all work funded by the Transportation Trust Fund. He ripped up a cease and desist letter from the NJDOT.

A Look at Donald Trump, Then and Now

Donald Trump has been a public figure for many years. Michael Aron looks back at archival footage of the presidential candidate when he was an Atlantic City mogul.

Mayor Leads Port Newark Hiring Protest

Newark Mayor Ras Baraka led a motorcade of municipal vehicles and buses with supporters to protest alleged racism and lack of local and minority hiring by the longshoremen’s union.