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Christie Expected to Announce Presidential Run Tuesday

6-25-15
Gov. Christie will reportedly announce that he's running for president at Livingston High School Tuesday.
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Legislators Consider Over 100 Bills

6-25-15
Lawmakers had over 100 bills on their agenda Thursday, ranging from standardized testing to residency requirements for new cops and firefighters.
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Tall Ships Festival Celebrates Veterans

6-25-15
Veterans and their families spent the day at Tall Ships Philadelphia Camden 2015.
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Ask the Governor: June 25, 2015

6-25-15
Gov. Chris Christie answers questions from New Jerseyans during the live one-hour call-in show “Ask the Governor” Thursday at 7 p.m.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: June 25, 2015

6-25-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Transit Advocate Coalition Calls Out Democrats for Stiffing Commuters

6-24-15
The New Jersey For Transit Coalition rallied in Trenton criticizing Democrats who didn't fully fund NJ Transit in their proposed budget, which will likely lead to a 9 percent fare increase.
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Camden Lawmakers Want to Transfer City’s Paramedic Services

6-24-15
Democratic lawmakers in Camden are fast tracking a bill that would transfer control of the city's paramedic services from Virtua Health to rival Cooper University Hospital.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: June 24, 2015

6-24-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Lawmakers Approve Tax Hikes in Budget to Make Full Pension Payment

6-23-15
Members of the Assembly and Senate Budget Committee approved Democrats' spending plan to add a millionaires tax and a surcharge on the corporate business tax in order to make a full pension payment. Republicans say the governor will veto the changes, however.
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Casino Debate Pits North Against South Jersey

6-23-15
Some North Jersey lawmakers are pushing for a casino in the northern part of the state while those in South Jersey say Atlantic City needs to keep its hold on the gaming industry.