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Longshoremen walked off the job at area ports Friday. - (FILE PHOTO)

Work Stoppage Closes NJ Ports

1-29-16
Members of the International Longshoremen's Association walked off the job.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Jan. 29, 2016

1-29-16
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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In Trenton, Lawmakers Get Back to Work, Waiting for the Governor to (Perhaps) Return

1-28-16
The new Senate session began with lawmakers looking over legislation Gov. Christie pocket vetoed.
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Senate President: Some Are Homeless Because of Dept. of Human Services Decision

1-28-16
Senate President Steve Sweeney says the state Department of Human Services' decision to let two housing assistance pilot programs expire has led to some people's homelessness.
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Former NJ Transit Executive Talks Transportation Fund, Possible Transit Worker Strike

1-28-16
NJ Transit's former deputy executive director Martin Robins says an increased gas tax in necessary to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund and that NJ Transit workers could strike because they haven't had a contract in five years.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Jan. 28, 2016

1-28-16
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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AC Officials Unanimously Pass Resolution to Work with State

1-27-16
Atlantic City officials passed a resolution agreeing to work with the state on a plan for the city's finances, which they're saying isn't a takeover.
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Assembly Committees Focus on Poverty

1-27-16
Four Assembly committees spent the day discussing ways to reduce poverty in New Jersey.
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Mayor Baraka: Newark Pulled Together

1-27-16
NJTV Correspondent David Cruz spoke with Newark Mayor Ras Baraka about the city's progress in getting back to normal following the weekend's snowstorm.
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Alice Paul Institute Continues the Work of Its Namesake

1-27-16
Alice Paul was a suffragist who fought for passage of the Equal Rights Amendment. The institute that bears her name continues to advocate for women.