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United Airlines CEO Resigns, Amid Port Authority Investigation

9-8-15
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron and Assmeblyman John Wisniewski discuss what United Airlines CEO departure means for for New Jersey and the Port Authority.
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Booker Speaks With Jewish Leaders Upset Over Iran Deal

9-8-15
Senator Cory Booker spoke with top New Jersey Jewish leaders following his decision to support the Iran Nuclear Deal. Jewish leaders respect his decision, but wish he had decided otherwise. Booker says it's the lesser of two evils.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Aug. 8, 2015

9-8-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Workers and Officials March Through Streets of Trenton, Putting Spotlight on Labor Issues

9-7-15
Workers and state officials marched through the streets of Trenton bringing awareness to labor issues on Labor Day.
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Christie Defends FedEx Comment While Campaigning in New Hampshire

9-7-15
While campaigning in New Hampshire last week, Chris Christie continued to defend his suggestion of tracking tourists on visas similar to the way Federal Express track their packages.
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Christie Exclusive: ‘I’m going to win. I never make peace with losing’

9-4-15
On an exclusive interview from the campaign trail Chris Christie spoke with NJTV News’ Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron about winning: "I never make peace with losing."
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Christie Impresses at Most Recent Town Hall in New Hampshire

9-4-15
Governor Christie talked about a variety of topics ranging from ISIS, veteran issues, gun rights and the Iran nuclear deal.
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Chris Christie Holds New Hampshire Town Hall, As Monmouth Poll Places Him in Top 10 Republican Hopefuls

9-3-15
Gov. Chris Christie traveled to New Hampshire to hold a town Hall meeting. Meanwhile the most recent Monmouth Poll places him in the top 10 Republican Presidential candidates.
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Officials Say 250 Cops are on The Way, But Newarkers Are Wary, and Weary

9-3-15
After a recent string of violence and murders in Newark, the city announced today that it plans to put 250 new officers on the street by this time next year.
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Legislation Expanding Voters’ Rights Collecting Dust on Christie’s Desk

9-2-15
If signed into law, New Jersey would be the second state in the nation to automatically register eligible voters. There are 1.6 million people in the state who are eligible to vote and not registered.