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Nursing home advocates urge state to fund Medicaid shortfall

Union leaders say nearly two-thirds of New Jersey’s 46,000 nursing home residents rely on Medicaid for their care.

Activists call on Jersey City to deal them in on 100-acre redevelopment site

Now that 100 acres of waterfront property have been cleaned up in Jersey City, advocates and city officials are at odds on how best to develop the land.

No school funding deal reached as Christie’s 100-day challenge ends

One hundred days after Christie directed legislators to fix the school funding formula, they're no closer to finding a compromise.

Concern over House vote to roll back banking reforms

The House of Representatives approved the Financial Choice Act which rolls back many of the banking crisis era regulations designed to reign in the banking industry.

Former FBI Director Comey testifies in long-awaited hearing on the hill

Comey provided the Senate Intelligence Committee with details of his interactions with President Trump.

Christie takes the spotlight, talks national politics

Christie talked about Donald Trump, James Comey and Christopher Wray at an event touting a Transportation Trust Fund funded project.

Takeaways from the New Jersey Primary

Kim Guadagno and Phil Murphy pulled ahead of the pack and won their party's nomination in the primary.

Governor says he’s old news but still draws a crowd

Gov. Christie was at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston talking about changes to the state's Prescription Monitoring Program.

Primary winners kick off campaigns with events highlighting legislative priorities

Gubernatorial candidates Phil Murphy and Kim Guadagno hit the campaign trail the day after the primary talking about property taxes and women's health.

Ortley Beach replenishment effort underway

A long-awaited beach replenishment project in Sandy-damaged shore towns is now underway and its being met with relief and resistance.