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Fighting Over How to Spend Open Space Funding

3-26-15
After voters approved a constitutional amendment creating a dedicated, permanent source of funding for open space, lawmakers are discussing how to split the money.
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Long Branch Boardwalk Construction to Start This Spring

3-26-15
Construction of the Sandy damaged section of the boardwalk in Long Branch is slated to begin this spring.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: March 26, 2015

3-26-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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AC Emergency Managers Call for Major Cuts, Diverting Payments to Help Struggling City

3-25-15
To help save Atlantic City from bankruptcy, the emergency managers have recommended a $10 million cut in operating costs and layoffs, delaying or reducing pension and benefit payments and diverting money from other areas.
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Christie Reiterates Opposition to Legalized Marijuana at Drug Treatment Center Opening

3-25-15
Daytop New Jersey opened an outpatient drug treatment facility in Manahawkin. At the opening, Gov. Christie again said he opposes legalizing marijuana, which he said is a gateway drug.
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Bill Aims to Reduce College Tuition Costs

3-25-15
A proposed bill would require all New Jersey colleges and universities to develop a $10,000 four-year BA degree program that includes tuition and fees.
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WPU President: $10,000 Degree Program May Not Work for All

3-25-15
William Paterson President Dr. Kathleen Waldron says a bill proposing a $10,000 baccalaureate degree program might not be feasible for all schools or all degree programs.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: March 25, 2015

3-25-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Towns Fear Merge of Local and State Pensions

3-24-15
Local officials say combining municipal and state pensions could damage towns.
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Questions Surround EDA Business Tax Breaks

3-24-15
A report claims many of the tax break deals for companies in New Jersey have ties to political donors or powerbrokers.