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Murphy Unveils NJ Transit Fix Plan, Including Call for Emergency Manager

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy outlined short-term and long-term goals for NJ Transit that he would implement.

Treasurer Talks State House Renovation, Lottery Revenues

During an Assembly budget hearing, Treasurer Ford Scudder was asked about two fairly high-profile Trenton issues: the State House renovation project and dedicating lottery revenues to the pension system.

HousePaws Mobile Veterinarian Named Business Person of the Year

Dr. Lisa Aumiller founded HousePaws Mobile Veterinary Service seven years ago. It has nine vans, nearly 60 employees and three clinics/hospitals with no paid advertising. She was named SBA New Jersey Small Business Person of the Year.

Sweeney: Senate Won’t Pass State Budget That Doesn’t Address School Funding Formula

Senate President Steve Sweeney announced that the Senate won't pass a state budget that doesn't start to address what he calls the unfairness in the school funding formula.

Immigration Takes Center Stage at May Day Rally

More than 1,000 union laborers, immigrants and advocates gathered at Liberty State Park for a May Day rally focused on immigration and President Trump's agenda.

Booker, Menendez Call on Congress to Get Tough on Airlines

Sens. Cory Booker and Bob Menendez are putting up a bill to make sure passengers get a fair shake from what they characterize as a greedy airline industry: the Transparency, Improvements and Compensation to Keep Every Ticket Holder Safe Act or TICKETS ACT.

Camden Forum Focuses on Job Opportunities

During NJTV's In Your Neighborhood forum focusing on jobs in Camden city, panelists discussed the tax incentives New Jersey offered companies and its impact on the city's economy.

NJ Lawmakers Grill Amtrak Officials Over Train Troubles

A joint hearing of the Assembly Judiciary and Senate Legislative Oversight Committees wanted an explanation why Amtrak’s infrastructure kept going off the rails.

Rep. Josh Gottheimer Discusses Problem Solvers Caucus

Congressman Josh Gottheimer is part of the newly formed Problem Solvers Caucus, which is made up of 20 Democrats and 20 Republicans who meet weekly while in Washington to discuss a variety of government issues.

Immigration Attorney: Companies Need Skilled Foreign Worker Visa Option

Laurie Woog, an immigration attorney, discusses H-1B visas, which companies use to employ specialized skilled foreign workers. The Trump administration believes there is a lot of abuse and fraud associated with them. She disagrees and says they offer an important option for companies.