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160120Vannozzi

SANDY Act Aims to Improve Communication During Disasters

1-20-16
Congressman Frank Pallone has introduced the SANDY Act to improve communication for residents during emergencies.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Jan. 20, 2016

1-20-16
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Christie Signs 93 Bills, Allows 65 to Expire with Pocket Vetoes

1-19-16
Gov. Christie let 65 bills expire, including one to raise the legal age for buying cigarettes and one requiring gun dealers to offer smart guns.
160119Flanagan

Business Tax Deduction Extended

1-19-16
Congressman Bill Pascrell pushed to extend a business tax deduction that was set to expire.
160119Delmore

Ask Away: Why Does it Take so Long to Receive Homestead Property Tax Rebates?

1-19-16
The state government reimburses seniors and low-income homeowners on their property taxes under a program known as the Homestead Benefit. However, the tax credit is tied to the property and not the homeowner.
160119Tittel

NJ Sierra Club Director Praises Legislative Action to Block Changes to Flood Hazard Plan

1-19-16
NJ Sierra Club Director Jeff Tittel says the Christie administration's proposed changes to the rules to protect land in flood zones would have rolled back protections.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Jan. 19, 2016

1-19-16
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
160118Aron

Politicians Disagree Over Prisoner Exchange with Iran

1-18-16
Five Americans were exchanged for seven Iranians convicted in U.S. courts of economic crimes or awaiting trial. Some politicians, like Sen. Bob Menendez, say the prisoner swap could set a bad precedent.
160118Flanagan

AC Heeds Report and Begins Selling Assets

1-18-16
The recommendations for AC include cutting the workforce even more, privatizing the fire department, regionalizing the police and privatizing Boardwalk Hall and the Convention Center.
160118Cruz

Workers Demonstrate, Several Arrested, at Newark Liberty Airport

1-18-16
Employees at Newark Airport joined eight other cities across the nation in acts of civil disobedience in an effort to increase the minimum wage and improve workers' rights.