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Without Temporary Rental Assistance, More in NJ Could Be Homeless

2-21-17
New Jersey's Temporary Rental Assistance program is ending. Advocates say that could cause more people to become homeless or leave the state.
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Booker, Christie Highlight Chamber’s Congressional Dinner

2-17-17
The 80th Annual Walk to Washington Congressional Dinner featured speeches from Gov. Christie and Sen. Cory Booker.
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Former Party Chairs Assess Trump’s Work So Far

2-16-17
Former Somerset County Republican Chairman Dale Florio and former Cumberland County Democratic Chairman Lou Magazzu discuss President Trump's progress in the White House.
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Port Authority Approves $32 Billion Capital Plan

2-16-17
The Port Authority’s $32 billion capital plan is moving forward after months of delay and more than a little controversy.
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Day Without Immigrants Halts Business in Perth Amboy

2-16-17
Many businesses across Perth Amboy didn’t open to show their support for the Day Without Immigrants protest against President Trump’s immigration policies.
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Chamber Train Rolls to Washington Amid Stress Over Trump

2-16-17
Politicians, lobbyists and business leaders from New Jersey were in attendance for the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's 80th Annual Walk to Washington.
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Union Workers Rally Against Labor Secretary Nominee

2-15-17
A coalition of workers’ unions rallied on the steps of Newark City Hall and marched to oppose the Trump administration’s Labor secretary nominee, Andrew Puzder, who later withdrew.
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Once a Solar Industry Leader, NJ Now Lags in Job Creation

2-14-17
In its annual survey, national nonprofit The Solar Foundation finds while the rest of the country saw a 25 percent jump in solar job growth, New Jersey's fell by 14 percent, losing about 1,000 jobs.
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How Valentine’s Day Flowers Get from Growers to Your Door

2-13-17
The National Retail Federation indicates this year consumers will spend $2 billion on Valentine’s Day flowers. Many come from South America.
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Cost of Overdose Antidote Skyrockets

2-10-17
New research published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that in some cases, naloxone products shot up in price by as much as 500 percent.