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Judge to Decide on Criminal Complaint Alleging Christie Misconduct

1-11-17
Judge Bonnie Mizdol will decide whether or not Brennan's criminal complaint alleging official misconduct by Gov. Chris Christie in the 2013 Bridgegate lane closures gets tossed.
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Asm. Bramnick, Sen. Lesniak Discuss 2017 State of the State

1-10-17
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron talked with Assembly Majority Leader Jon Bramnick and Sen. Ray Lesniak about Gov. Christie's State of the State speech.
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Critics Speak Ahead of State of the State Address

1-10-17
Critics shared their concerns about education, health care and New Jersey's credit rating ahead of Gov. Christie's seventh State of the State address.
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NJTV News Special Report: State of the State 2017

1-10-17
NJTV News coverage of Gov. Chris Christie's 2017 State of the State address and responses from Assembly and Senate Democrats.
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Christie Signs Bill Creating 20 New Judgeships

1-9-17
The impetus for the creation of new judgeships is the bail reform law that took effect Jan. 1 in New Jersey.
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Jersey City Lab Tests Concrete for Port Authority Projects

1-9-17
The Port Authority Materials Engineering Unit lab in Jersey City puts concrete to the test to ensure it's safe to use for bridges, tunnels and airport runways.
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Bill Would Create Tiny House Pilot Program for Homeless

1-6-17
A bill making its way through the state Senate would create three tiny house pilot programs in New Jersey to house the homeless as prices continue to keep housing unaffordable to so many.
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Menendez Skeptical of Secretary of State Nominee, Other Trump Choices

1-6-17
Sen. Bob Menendez criticized President-elect Donald Trump for choosing Rex Tillerson for secretary of state and publicly questioning the intelligence community. He also called Russia an adversary of the U.S.
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Hiccups Amid Implementation of Bail Reform

1-5-17
In Essex County, pretrial detention hearings were supposed to begin at 9 a.m. Instead, proceedings began at 3 p.m. and not one had an actual hearing where prosecutors were to present clear and convincing evidence that each defendant was a risk for coming back to court or a risk to commit another crime if released.
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Bayonne Water Rates Spike After Privatization

1-5-17
Instead of trying to upgrade the crumbling water infrastructure on its own, Bayonne forged a 40-year partnership contract with $150 million in up-front financing from the private Wall Street equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts. Since then, rates have increased.