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160902Cruz

Gubernatorial Candidate Murphy Files Complaint Against Jersey City Mayor

9-2-16
Phil Murphy, currently the only official candidate for governor, has filed a complaint with the Election Law Enforcement Commission saying that Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop is using mayoral campaign funds for a gubernatorial run.
160901Flanagan

Hispanic Community Reacts to Trump’s Immigration Speech

9-1-16
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump outlined a 10-point plan including absolutely zero amnesty and a Deportation Task Force to evict what he called “criminal aliens”.
160901Menendez

Sen. Menendez Talks Zika, Cuba and Deepening the New York Harbor

9-1-16
Congress returns to work next week after a long summer. Sen. Bob Menendez stops by to talk about the issues on the top of his list.
160831Flanagan

Are New Jersey Voting Machines Vulnerable to Hacking?

8-31-16
Former FBI agent Manny Gomez says New Jersey's 11,000 computerized voting machines are easy for hackers to break into.
160831Rosen

Access to Public Records May be Narrowed in New Ruling

8-31-16
An appellate court decision on OPRA, the Open Public Records Act, could make it more difficult to access records due to an increased concern for privacy.
160830Flanagan

Christie Vetoes Minimum Wage Bill

8-30-16
Gov. Christie vetoed the Democrats’ $15 minimum wage bill inside a family-owned supermarket, where the boss says small businesses like his can’t afford to pay almost double New Jersey’s current $8.25 per hour minimum wage.
160830Cruz

Battle for Hearts and Minds on Gaming Expansion Has Begun

8-30-16
New Jersey voters will decide in November if gaming should be allowed outside of Atlantic City. Those on both sides of the issue have started pleading their case in the form of ads.
160829Flanagan

Officials Push Bill to Devote Money to Storm Response Planning

8-29-16
County officials support a bill that would establish annual grants for county offices of emergency management, based on that county’s risk of exposure to natural disasters, and devote that money to better storm response planning.
160829Cruz

Christie Touts Medicaid Progress, Suggests TTF Progress

8-29-16
Gov. Christie said the state's costs went down as the Medicaid population has expanded and the overall average cost per beneficiary has decreased due to reforms.
160829Orton

BOSS ACT and Brokers Seek Transparency in Ticket Sales

8-29-16
Congressman Bill Pascrell introduced the latest version of his BOSS ACT bill in May calling for, among other changes, greater transparency in where tickets are going.