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Fight Over Cleaning Contaminated Jersey City Site

2-10-15
Mayor Steve Fulop wants to stop PPG from working on a site contaminated with chromium because he says the company, which agreed to clean up the area, is doing so in a way that makes the property useless.
150210Wolfe

Property Valuation Committee Co-Chair: NJ Needs Reduction in Property Taxes

2-10-15
Property Valuation Committee of the State Bar Association Co-Chair David Wolfe says that property taxes in New Jersey continue to increase because they are a primary source of funding for municipalities but that the state needs to reduce them.
From left, Ann Twomey of the Health Professionals and Allied Employees union, Mary MacDonald of the American Federation of Teachers’ Healthcare Division, and Elfrieda Johnson of the JNESO nurses union testify about a proposal to increase mandatory nurse-staffing levels at hospitals.

Nurses Urge State to Increase Mandated Staffing Levels at Hospitals

2-10-15
Unions say it would improve patient safety, but hospital managers say they must have flexibility to assign staff according to circumstances.
State Sen. Teresa Ruiz (D-Essex)

Superintendent Salary Cap Back in Limelight As Clock Counts Down

2-10-15
As limits on top school administrators' pay near expiration in 2016, a stalled Senate bill draws new attention as it's voted out of committee.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Feb. 10, 2015

2-10-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150209Aron

Officials Hear Arguments to Renew Transportation Fund

2-9-15
People packed the Senate Transportation Committee hearing to encourage officials to renew the Transportation Trust Fund. It's set to run dry July 1.
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Democratic Chairman Discusses Blacks in New Jersey Politics

2-9-15
New Jersey Democratic Chairman John Currie discusses the state of Black New Jersey with NJTV News Correspondent David Cruz.
150209Bri

Legislation Addresses PARCC Test Controversy

2-9-15
Assemblyman Patrick Diegnan is sponsoring legislation that would postpone the use of PARCC test results for three years and ensure alternative programs are available for students who refuse to take the test.
150209Wanko

Legislation Would Prohibit Action Against Employees Who Can’t Get to Work During State of Emergency

2-9-15
Sen. Peter Barnes crafted a bill that would prohibit businesses from taking adverse employment actions against an employee who can't get to work during a state of emergency.
backtothefuture

Jaffe Morning Briefing: Feb. 9, 2015

2-9-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.