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State OKs Tax Incentives for Subaru Move to Camden

12-9-14
The Economic Development Authority has approved $118 million in tax incentives for Subaru to move to Camden.
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FDU Professor: Torture Doesn’t Produce Good Information

12-9-14
Fairleigh Dickinson Associate Professor of Political Science John Schiemann says the recent CIA torture report proves that using that method of interrogation doesn't get the desired results and therefore doesn't justify torture.
Medical Society of New Jersey senior manager for legislative affairs Mishael Azam and Dr. Joseph Fennelly, chairman of the society’s bioethics committee.

Medical, Healthcare Professionals Split on Physician-Assisted Suicide

12-9-14
While leading doctors’ group opposes measure, some physicians and other health providers back it.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Dec. 9, 2014

12-9-14
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Special Committee on Investigations Meet To Discuss GWB Interim Report

12-8-14
The special committee on investigations met on Monday to discuss the interim report on the George Washington Bridge lane closures.
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Port Authority Budget, Toll Hikes, Bridge Scandal Top Monday Agenda

12-8-14
The Port Authority recently announced its new budget, which will be up for a vote will include items such as improvements to bridges, tunnels and transportation hubs.
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Rep. Pascrell: NCAA’s Main Concern Should be Athlete Safety

12-8-14
Rep. Bill Pascrell says NCAA's main concern should be the safety of the athletes, not money.
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FEMA Responds to Complaints From Sandy Victims, Agreeing to Consider Reforms

12-8-14
Agency announces plan of action, including new advocate, and will reopen nearly 300 closed claims.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Dec. 8, 2014

12-8-14
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Interim Report from GWB Committee Finds No Smoking Gun

12-5-14
An interim report from the committee investigating the GWB lane closures found no conclusive evidence whether or not Gov. Christie was aware of the closures in advance.