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State’s Reval Order Stirs Ruckus with Urban Mayors

The state of New Jersey has ordered Elizabeth, Dunellen and Jersey City to perform a revaluation by November of 2017. Leaders of those municipalities believe the decision is political.

Bill Package Would Require More Transparency From Health Insurance Companies

Assemblyman Reed Gusciora says new legislation would require health insurance companies to disclosure how hospitals and doctors are classified and to make sure that there are tier one hospitals serving low income people.

Assembly Speaker Introduces ‘Compromise’ AC Rescue Bill

Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto has introduced a bill offering an alternative to a total state takeover for Atlantic City. But Gov. Christie says he's not interested in it.

Christie Announces Expansion of Integrated Health Care

Catholic Charities of Trenton has a successful integrated health care program with behavioral and physical health care under one roof. Gov. Christie says he's expanding the model by seven new agencies in New Jersey.

Gov. Christie, Mayor Guardian Continue Fight Over Atlantic City

Gov. Christie and Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian held separate press conferences where they blamed each other for the city's financial troubles.

Beware of IRS Phone Scams

There are phone scammers who try to get people to pay phony IRS tax bills by threatening jail time.

NJTV News Live Coverage: AC Mayor Responds to Christie

Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian and City Council President Marty Small held a press conference to respond to Gov. Chris Christie's press conference with the Atlantic County executive.

NJTV News Live Coverage: Gov. Christie with Atlantic County Executive

Gov. Chris Christie held a press conference with Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson in Atlantic City.

OLS Staff, Acting Treasurer Testify About $34.8B State Budget

Members of the Office of Legislative Services and the acting treasurer went before the Senate to discuss the proposed $34.8 billion state budget.

Christie Announces $10M for Lead Abatement

Gov. Christie announced $10 million in the state budget has been reallocated to support a lead abatement and containment program.