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150317Kyrillos

Sen. Kyrillos Discusses Port Authority Reform

3-17-15
State Sen. Joseph Kyrillos discusses the veto override attempt on the Port Authority reform bill that failed. Though Kyrillos didn't vote to support the override, he says he wants the agency to be reformed and hopes the executive branch of government takes the lead.

State gained 12K jobs in January, but recovery still has a ways to go

3-17-15
From January 2014 to 2015, New Jersey gained only 49,100 jobs, well behind the six-figure totals posted by other states.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: March 17, 2015

3-17-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150316Aron

Override of Christie Veto on Port Authority Reform Bill Fails by Two Votes

3-16-15
All Senate Democrats voted to override Gov. Christie's veto of a Port Authority reform bill, but only one Republican did. Three Republicans were needed for an override.
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Aron Discusses Exxon Settlement, Pinelands Nomination, PA Reform

3-16-15
It was a busy day at the State House with officials debating the ExxonMobil settlement, the nomination of Robert Barr to the Pinelands Commission and the override attempt of the Port Authority reform bill.
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For JCP&L Customers, Torturous Road to Lower Rates May Be Nearing End

3-16-15
BPU may decide three-year-old rate case involving state's second-largest utility this week.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: March 16, 2015

3-16-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150313Flanagan

Residents Blast Exxon Settlement

3-13-15
Those living near the sites ExxonMobil contaminated say the settlement reached with the company doesn't make it pay enough for cleanup.
150313Cruz

Elected Officials: Expand the Light Rail to Bergen Already

3-13-15
Officials gathered to call for the expansion of the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail in Jersey City and north to Englewood.
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Fight Over Earned Sick Leave in Trenton

3-13-15
Although voters overwhelmingly approved a referendum to instate earned sick leave for Trenton employees, a lawsuit has halted the rollout until a judge can hear the argument April 9.