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Jersey City to Get New Elementary School

1-9-15
Officials held a groundbreaking for a new school in Jersey City Heights for pre-K to fifth grade, scheduled to open for the 2016 school year.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Jan. 9, 2015

1-9-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Democratic Senators Plan Port Authority Veto Override Vote

1-8-15
Sens. Bob Gordon and Loretta Weinberg held a press conference where they announced lawmakers will vote on overriding Gov. Christie's veto of a bill with Port Authority reforms March 5.
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Jesse Jackson Pushes for Constitutional Voting Rights Amendment in Newark

1-8-15
The Reverend Jesse Jackson was in Newark where he advocated for a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right to vote, which doesn't currently exist.
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Taxes More Complicated for Affordable Care Act Recipients

1-8-15
Those who get health insurance through the Affordable Care Act must fill out additional tax forms when filing their returns.
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State DEP Takes Steps to Curb Sewage Runoff Into Surface Water

1-8-15
Some laud state agency for addressing long-standing problems with century-old infrastructure, others dismiss scheme as too little too late.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Jan. 8, 2015

1-8-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Questions Over Christie Accepting Gift to Cowboys Games

1-7-15
Two lawmakers are questioning if Gov. Christie is being unethical by accepting Dallas Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones' gifts to attend the football games. A Port Authority contract was awarded to a company Jones has a major interest in.
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Assessing Security at Ports Newark, Elizabeth

1-7-15
Some officials say Port Newark and Port Elizabeth need to improve shipping container security.
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Medicare to Cut Payments to Hospitals with High Rates of Infection

1-7-15
Hospitals found to have high rates of hospital-acquired infections and avoidable injuries will get a 1 percent cut to Medicare payments.