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160913Flanagan

How Candidates’ Health Matters to Voters

9-13-16
The news that Hillary Clinton has pneumonia has brought up the issue of candidates' health and how it impacts voters' decisions.
160913Aron

Nine Jurors Seated for Bridgegate Trial

9-13-16
Nine people have been chosen for the jury in the Bridgegate trial and 19 were dismissed. Opening arguments are scheduled for Monday.
160912Vannozzi

Combined Reporting Bill Aims to Close Corporate Tax Loopholes

9-12-16
If signed into law, the combined reporting bill would prevent multi-state companies from shifting profits across state lines and paying lower tax rates.
160912Aron

Jury Selection Continues in Bridgegate Trial

9-12-16
Potential jurors in the Bridgegate trial have been narrowed down from 253 to 139. In the next phase of jury selection, both sides will begin questioning and objecting to certain jurors.
160912Delmore

Officials Outline Flood Mitigation Plan for Rahway River Basin

9-12-16
The Rahway River Basin runs through 24 municipalities in Union, Essex and Middlesex counties, threatening homes and businesses when heavy rain falls as happened during Irene. The Army Corps of Engineers has a plan to help prevent flooding.
160909Vannozzi

NJDEP Chooses Flood Protection Plan for Hoboken

9-9-16
The Department of Environmental Protection chose a plan to help keep Hoboken from flooding, which includes building structures and pumping out rain and floodwater.
160909Orton

Weixian Concentration Camp Survivor Gives Thanks to Her Heroes

9-9-16
Former state Assemblywoman Mary Previte grew up in China, the daughter of missionaries. When she was just 9 years old, her boarding school was taken over by Japanese soldiers immediately following the attack on Pearl Harbor.
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ELEC Can Perform Most Functions Without All Commissioners

9-9-16
Election Law Enforcement Commission Executive Director Jeff Brindle said without a full complement of commissioners ELEC cannot issue fines, but it can perform most other functions.
160909Flanagan

Jersey City Gets Grant for More Firefighters Ahead of 9/11 Anniversary

9-9-16
Days before the 15th anniversary of 9/11, New Jersey’s two U.S. senators announced an $8.4 million federal SAFER grant for the Jersey City Fire Department, which will allow them to retain 45 currently working firefighters and hire 16 new ones.
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Gubernatorial Candidate Phil Murphy Outlines Economic Proposals

9-8-16
Phil Murphy said he wants to create New Jersey's first public bank, attract new jobs without corporate tax breaks and expand STEM curriculum for K-12 students.