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Lawmakers Look for Incentives to Keep Mercedes in Montvale

12-22-14
Mercedes-Benz may move its headquarters from Montvale to Georgia to take advantage of tax credits. In response, New Jersey officials are trying to find an incentive package for the company.
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Can You Trust Food Labels?

12-22-14
Consumers often have to trust labels to determine if the food they're buying is organic, natural or kosher, but they're not always accurate.
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Poll: Most New Jerseyans Oppose Gas Tax Increase

12-19-14
A new Rutgers-Eagleton poll found about 56 percent of New Jerseyans oppose raising the gas tax while 41 percent support it.
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Rutgers Ditches Dining Trays

12-19-14
Not offering trays in dining halls saves money and cuts down on wasted food.
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Rules for Drone Use in New Jersey

12-19-14
Drones are gaining popularity nationwide. In New Jersey, there is not much legal precedent for guidance.
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NJ’s Christmas Tree Farms Unboughed by Small Acreage, Decline in Numbers

12-19-14
Choose-and-cut operations branch out by offering hayrides, bonfires and other winter fun.
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Forbes Moves Across the Hudson to Jersey City

12-18-14
The Forbes Media headquarters has moved to Jersey City, after operating in New York for 97 years. Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes sat down with NJTV News Senior Correspondent Mike Schneider to discuss the move and the climate in New Jersey and the nation.
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Taj Mahal to Stay Open

12-18-14
Although a deal between casino workers and Carl Icahn fell through, the billionaire says he will provide up to $20 million to keep the Taj Mahal open.

New Jersey unemployment rate shrinks as state gains jobs in November

12-18-14
The state Department of Labor says New Jersey gained 6,700 jobs in November and unemployment dropped 0.2 percent.
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New Study Contradicts Christie’s Claim That Pension Payouts Are Excessive

12-18-14
Using different criteria, a report finds New Jersey’s health and retirements benefits for public employees are less generous than plans in most other states.