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Officials Say 250 Cops are on The Way, But Newarkers Are Wary, and Weary

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.

Legislation Expanding Voters’ Rights Collecting Dust on Christie’s Desk

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.

Expanding Light Rail in Hudson a Great Idea in Search of Consensus, and Funding

There is nearly $2 billion in federal matching funds, but there's little consensus in New Jersey on how to raise money.

Asm. Ciattarelli Proposes New Pension Plan

Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli says that he has a solution to the state's pension problem, by proposing his own pension plan.

Aron Discusses Christie’s Take on Lawlessness in America

Chris Christie has taken on new talking points in his presidential campaign, including Hillary Clinton and lawlessness in America as discussed by NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron.

Officials Say Dramatic Implosion Will Lead to Dramatic Change in Jersey City Neighborhood

Montgomery Gardens in Jersey City was demolished this weekend to make way for affordable and mixed-use housing.

Fisherman Say Industry is Dying in NJ

Federal fishing restrictions and damage from Sandy have fishermen fearing the loss of fishing as an industry in New Jersey.

As Deadline Approaches, FEMA Applications Remain Unsubmitted

Out of 74,000 eligible policyholders in the state, only 6,200 have reopened their FEMA claim.

Christie’s Week on TV, Trying on New Themes and Debunking Trump

In the latest Quinnipiac Poll, Chris Christie ranks ninth within the field of Republican Presidential hopefuls. Over the past few days Christie has gone on a few morning shows, looking to gain traction.

Former Congressman Rothman: Iran Deal Is In Best Interest of U.S., Israel

Former NJ Congressman Steve Rothman Former Congressman Steve Rothman says that he supports the Iran Nuclear Deal and hopes that Senator Cory Booker votes in support of it.