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150716Byrne

Pension Study Commission Member: Changes Must be Made to Pension System

7-16-15
Pension and Health Benefits Study Commission member Tom Byrne says the pension system deficit is so large changes need to be made now to ensure state workers get what they're entitled to.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: July 16, 2015

7-16-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150715Flanagan

NJ Transit Board Votes to Increase Fares, Cut Some Service

7-15-15
NJ Transit fares will increase starting Oct. 1 an average of 9 percent with some service cuts going into effect Sept. 1.
150715Hill

Civic Trustee Initiative Aims to Empower Residents

7-15-15
The Citizens Campaign's Civic Trustee Initiative asks residents to become agents for change in their community by coming up with viable solutions to problems without placing blame.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: July 15, 2015

7-15-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150714Cruz

Iranian Deal Gets Mixed Reviews From Both Sides of Political Aisle

7-14-15
After President Obama announced a deal with Iran had been reached over nuclear weapons, elected officials from both parties reacted.
150714Flanagan

Officials Consider Reopening SBA Loan Applications After Sandy

7-14-15
Federal officials are considering a bill that would reopen applications for loans through the Small Business Administration for companies that haven't been able to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: July 14, 2015

7-14-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150713Cruz

Menendez: Obama Foreign Policy Based on ‘Hope,’ Not Reality

7-13-15
Sen. Bob Menendez criticized President Obama's foreign policy philosophy when it comes to Iran.
150713MacInnes

MacInnes: Business Tax Incentives May Not Deliver the Returns Promised

7-13-15
New Jersey Policy Perspective President Gordon MacInnes thinks that the tax incentives offered to businesses to come to or stay in New Jersey aren't as good for taxpayers as others say.