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160523Aron

Gubernatorial Candidate Phil Murphy Releases Tax Returns

5-23-16
The only candidate formally in the governor's race has released five years worth of tax returns. They show Phil Murphy earned $6 million in 2014.
160523Hill

NJ Officials Address Long TSA Lines at EWR

5-23-16
Sens. Cory Booker and Bob Menendez and Congressman Donald Payne Jr. were at Newark Airport to announce measures being taken to reduce the amount of time flyers wait in line at TSA checkpoints.
160523Flanagan

Highland Park to Accommodate Transgender Students

5-23-16
Education officials in Highland Park are expected to formally vote on a comprehensive policy to accommodate transgender students.
160523Vannozzi

Princeton Plasma Physics Lab Studies Energy Source

5-23-16
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is studying fusion, which researchers believe can be a very important energy source in the future.
160520Aron

Trump, Christie Rally Supporters in Lawrenceville

5-20-16
Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Lawrenceville along with fundraisers to help retire Gov. Christie's debt from his presidential run.
160520Hill

Gun Permit Seekers Criticize Jersey City

5-20-16
Those seeking gun permits in Jersey City have criticized the police department for its procedures.
160520Flanagan

Edgewater’s Practice of Gassing Geese Draws Criticism

5-20-16
Advocates protest Edgewater's use of the federal Wildlife Services program that uses carbon dioxide gas to kill Canada geese that have become a nuisance.
160519Aron

Donald Trump Holds New Jersey Rally, Fundraisers

5-19-16
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump makes his first campaign visit to the Garden State with two fundraisers and a rally in Lawrenceville with Gov. Christie.
160519Cruz

New Overtime Rules Will Affect Almost Half a Million NJ Workers

5-19-16
Starting Dec. 1, those with salaries less than $47,476 will be eligible for overtime pay, increasing the pool of overtime-eligible workers by hundreds of thousands in New Jersey.
160518Aron

NJ Budget Officer: Tax Revenues $1.1B Lower Than Projections

5-18-16
During the Assembly Budget Committee hearing, New Jersey Budget Officer Frank Haines said tax revenues were coming in $1.1 billion lower than originally projected for the remainder of this fiscal year and next.