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150629Flanagan

Verizon Threatens to End Service If Customers Don’t Switch to Fiber-Optic Network

6-29-15
In a letter to customers, Verizon says service would be suspended if customers didn't provide property access to be switched to the company's fiber-optic network. Some are upset because they believe the copper wire system is more reliable.
150629Whelan

Sen. Whelan: PILOT Program Essential to AC Investment

6-29-15
State Sen. Jim Whelan is co-sponsor of an Atlantic City stabilization bill. One of those bills -- PILOT -- while helping improve the economy, would require Trump Plaza to pay taxes for the eight months it was open in 2014. Today Trump Plaza filed a deed restriction that would keep it closed for 10 years to avoid paying the taxes.
150626Cruz

Christie Vetoes Dem Budget, Kills Millionaire, Corporate Tax, Proposes EITC Increase

6-26-15
Gov. Christie line-item vetoed portions of the state budget approved by the Democratically controlled Legislature.
150626Flanagan

East Orange Works to Clean Up Abandoned Properties

6-26-15
East Orange officials are taking steps to clean up foreclosed and abandoned homes by enforcing ordinances and imposing fines on property owners, including banks.
150626Budget

NJTV News Special Report: Gov. Christie Takes Action on FY 2016 Budget

6-26-15
Gov. Christie line-item vetoes several items in the fiscal year 2016 budget.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: June 26, 2015

6-26-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150625Aron

Lawmakers Approve State Budget Along Party Lines, Christie Expected to Veto Portions

6-25-15
Gov. Christie is expected to line-item veto the millionaires tax and corporate business tax surplus in the state budget that lawmakers approved.
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Christie Expected to Announce Presidential Run Tuesday

6-25-15
Gov. Christie will reportedly announce that he's running for president at Livingston High School Tuesday.
150625Cruz

Legislators Consider Over 100 Bills

6-25-15
Lawmakers had over 100 bills on their agenda Thursday, ranging from standardized testing to residency requirements for new cops and firefighters.
150625Hill

Tall Ships Festival Celebrates Veterans

6-25-15
Veterans and their families spent the day at Tall Ships Philadelphia Camden 2015.