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161028Cruz

Closing Arguments Begin in Bridgegate Trial

10-28-16
After six weeks of testimony, today was the first day of closing arguments in the Bridgegate trial.
161028Delmore

Republicans Concerned About Down-Ballot Effect

10-28-16
Republicans in New Jersey are concerned that Donald Trump's effect on moderate Republicans voters could have a serious effect on down-ballot races in the party.
161025Wanko

Fire Department Launches Stipend Incentive Program for Volunteers

10-28-16
The Avalon Fire Department launched a program to give a maximum of $400 a month for nighttime volunteers.
161028Bateman

Sen. Bateman Discusses Problems with Gas Tax Hike

10-28-16
State Sen. Kip Bateman discusses why he wants the gas tax repealed and how his alternative legislation would replenish the Transportation Trust Fund.
161027Vannozzi

Affordable Care Act Insurance Rates Increase Average of 25 Percent

10-27-16
Across the country, policy holders getting insurance through the Affordable Care Act will see an average increase of about 25 percent through the federal marketplace. New Jersey ranks 21st.
161027Flanagan

Sandy Victims Still Not Back to Normal Nearly Four Years Later

10-27-16
Sandy survivors told their stories of hardship that continues nearly four years after the storm at a special hearing to the Regulatory Oversight Reform and Regulations Committee.
160927Aron

Lt. Gov. Guadagno Speaks Out Against Ballot Question Christie Supports

10-27-16
Lieutenant Gov. Kim Guadagno has spoken publicly against ballot question two, which relates to the Transportation Trust Fund. Gov. Christie supports the move.
161027Cruz

Debate Over Minimum Wage Goes On

10-27-16
Although Gov. Christie vetoed a minimum wage increase this year, lawmakers, business leaders and worker advocates are still debating increasing the state's minimum wage to $15 per hour.
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Defense Rests at Bridgegate Trial, Judge Gives Jurors Instructions

10-26-16
The defense rested after Bridget Kelly finished her testimony and jurors were given 90 minutes of instructions from the judge. Ten hours of closing arguments are expected before jury deliberations begin.
161026Flanagan

Asm. Judiciary Committee Reviews Atlantic City Recovery Plan

10-26-16
Atlantic City officials have approved a recovery plan that needs state approval. If state officials reject the plan, city representatives say they will appeal that ruling.