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Port Authority to Replace Toll Equipment, Making Way for Cashless Tolls

6-30-16
The Port Authority board agreed to replace 19-year-old toll collecting equipment. The new system will be capable of collecting cashless tolls for drivers who don’t have E-ZPass.

Dueling Press Conferences Highlight Divisions on TTF Deal

6-29-16
Opponents of the Assembly Transportation Trust Fund proposal spoke out on the same day Gov. Christie praised the plan.

AC Council President Proposes Eliminating Two At-Large Seats

6-29-16
Atlantic City Council President Marty Small wants to eliminate two at-large council positions to save the city $120,000 per year.

Delayed Bayonne Bridge Project Impacts Residents, Port Business

6-29-16
Residents living near the Bayonne Bridge say the project to raise it has gone on longer than anticipated and is impacting their homes. The delays could also cost the Port of Newark big boat business.

Second Chance Pell Offers Prisoners Grants for College Education

6-29-16
A pilot program allows people incarcerated in state and federal prisons to receive Pell Grants: federal funding toward a college education.

Subaru Successfully Marketed to LGBT Community

6-29-16
In the 1990s, Subaru decided to market its vehicles to the LGBT community, using imagery and language to make subtle suggestions in its ads that brought in the target audience without alienating other customers.

Midnight Deal Will Either Sink or Save TTF, Depending on Who You Ask

6-28-16
Legislators worked into the night hammering out details for the 2017 budget.

Christie Holds Forum on Proposed ‘Fairness Formula’

6-28-16
Gov. Christie held a forum in Wall Township to tell residents the benefits of his proposal for school aid, which he is calling the Fairness Formula.

AC Prepares for Possible Casino Worker Strike

6-28-16
If the casino workers' union can't reach an agreement with five Atlantic City casinos by July 1, there will be a strike.

Lawmakers Debate Gas Tax Hike to Save Transportation Trust Fund

6-27-16
Because Democrats anticipate Gov. Christie will veto a bill that raises the gas tax, they don't want to pass that measure without enough Republican support for an override.