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Private colleges and universities contribute $3.5B to state economy

5-23-17
For every dollar the state invests in private higher education, $35 is being returned to the economy.

Conference raises awareness ahead of National Missing Children’s Day

5-23-17
May 25 is National Missing Children’s Day. People are urged to wear green ribbons which stand for hope that missing kids will find their way home.

Christie talks economy and more at press conference

5-22-17
The governor took questions today for an hour and spoke about the economy, the Republican gubernatorial candidates and the White House.

Prieto charts course through choppy party waters in speaker bid

5-22-17
Assemblyman Vincent Prieto announced that he will be seeking re-election as speaker of the Assembly.

Sen. Menendez touts importance of partnerships in creating jobs

5-22-17
Sen. Menendez introduced legislation that would expand job training partnerships through a billion dollar competitive tax credit program.

Ask the Governor: May 22, 2017

5-22-17
Gov. Chris Christie answers questions from New Jerseyans during the live one-hour call-in show “Ask the Governor” on NJ 101.5, hosted by Eric Scott at 7 p.m.

Calls for Higher Wages for Airport Workers

5-19-17
The people who are subcontracted to clean the plane cabins, check for weapons and perform other tasks now support a new bill that would pay them at a minimum the so-called “prevailing wage” -- $17.98 an hour, plus benefits.

Final GOP Primary Debate Highlights Contrasts Between Guadagno, Ciattarelli

5-19-17
Republican gubernatorial candidates Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli faced off in the last debate before the New Jersey primary on June 6.

New Jersey Gubernatorial Republican Primary Debate

5-18-17
NJTV News and NJ Spotlight co-hosted the New Jersey Gubernatorial Republican Primary Debate. Candidates Jack Ciattarelli and Kim Guadagno participated.

Kushner, Fulop See Relationships Strained, Raising Doubts About Major Development

5-17-17
After being friendly in 2014, Jared Kushner and Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop have seen their relationship strained because of differences in views.