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150828Flanagan

Fisherman Say Industry is Dying in NJ

8-28-15
Federal fishing restrictions and damage from Sandy have fishermen fearing the loss of fishing as an industry in New Jersey.
150828Vannozzi

As Deadline Approaches, FEMA Applications Remain Unsubmitted

8-28-15
Out of 74,000 eligible policyholders in the state, only 6,200 have reopened their FEMA claim.
150828Cruz

Christie’s Week on TV, Trying on New Themes and Debunking Trump

8-28-15
In the latest Quinnipiac Poll, Chris Christie ranks ninth within the field of Republican Presidential hopefuls. Over the past few days Christie has gone on a few morning shows, looking to gain traction.
150828Rothman

Former Congressman Rothman: Iran Deal Is In Best Interest of U.S., Israel

8-28-15
Former NJ Congressman Steve Rothman Former Congressman Steve Rothman says that he supports the Iran Nuclear Deal and hopes that Senator Cory Booker votes in support of it.
150827Delmore

Christie Approves $1.94 Billion for Critical Water Infrastructure Improvements

8-27-15
Governor Christie approved $1.94 billion to improve drinking and waste water systems in New Jersey. Much of the outdated system was damaged in Superstorm Sandy.
150827Hill

State Supreme Court Orders New Hearings in Immigration Amnesty Cases

8-27-15
The New Jersey Supreme Court has order new hearings in the cases of three immigrants from El Salvador and India, who have claimed they were abuse and neglected in their countries. If the three can prove they were abused, they can avoid deportation and ask the government to remain in the country.
150826Flanagan

Judge Sides With Exxon in $225 Million Settlement

8-26-15
After months of litigation, a judge ruled that the $225 million dollar Exxon settlement is fair despite the $8.9 billion originally requested from the state.
150825Cruz

Christie Calls On Booker to Reject Iran Deal

8-25-15
Gov. Chris Christie returned to New Jersey to address the Iran Nuclear Deal. Christie has called on Senator Cory Booker to reject the deal.
150824Vannozzi

Teacher’s Union Vows Fight Over PERC Ruling

8-24-15
The state’s largest teachers union is vowing to fight a recent decision by the Public Employment Relations Commission over pensions.
150824Cruz

Newark Puerto Rican Parade Says Thanks, But No Thanks to Baraka Gift

8-24-15
The Newark Puerto Rican Parade Committee received a $5,000 donation from Mayor Ras Baraka, but the committee's president says that he is inclined to return he money as the committee is at odds with Baraka and his administration.