From the announcement of Christie's presidential run, to progress on the Gateway Tunnel, and the $225 million Exxon settlement for pennies on the dollar, 2015 was an eventful year for the Garden State.
Last year, almost 270 active duty personnel took their own lives. That's a six percent increase over the year before. Numbers ticked down for vets and national guardsmen to 170 last year, from 220 in 2013.
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