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150325Flanagan

AC Emergency Managers Call for Major Cuts, Diverting Payments to Help Struggling City

3-25-15
To help save Atlantic City from bankruptcy, the emergency managers have recommended a $10 million cut in operating costs and layoffs, delaying or reducing pension and benefit payments and diverting money from other areas.
150325Aron

Christie Reiterates Opposition to Legalized Marijuana at Drug Treatment Center Opening

3-25-15
Daytop New Jersey opened an outpatient drug treatment facility in Manahawkin. At the opening, Gov. Christie again said he opposes legalizing marijuana, which he said is a gateway drug.
150325Wanko

Bill Aims to Reduce College Tuition Costs

3-25-15
A proposed bill would require all New Jersey colleges and universities to develop a $10,000 four-year BA degree program that includes tuition and fees.
150325Waldron

WPU President: $10,000 Degree Program May Not Work for All

3-25-15
William Paterson President Dr. Kathleen Waldron says a bill proposing a $10,000 baccalaureate degree program might not be feasible for all schools or all degree programs.
jaffe

Jaffe Morning Briefing: March 25, 2015

3-25-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150324Brenda

Towns Fear Merge of Local and State Pensions

3-24-15
Local officials say combining municipal and state pensions could damage towns.
150324Vannozzi

Questions Surround EDA Business Tax Breaks

3-24-15
A report claims many of the tax break deals for companies in New Jersey have ties to political donors or powerbrokers.
150324Hill

Alliance Hopes to Make NJ More Immigrant Friendly

3-24-15
The New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice is made up of 20 different organizations that have joined forces to fight for immigrants' rights.
150324Aron

Christie Pushes Back Timeline for Presidential Decision

3-24-15
Gov. Christie told a crowd at his 132nd town hall that he will announce whether or not he will run for president in late spring or early summer.
150324Cruz

Newark Council Calls on State to Approve Sale of Saint Michael’s Hospital

3-24-15
Newark City Council members disagreed with a consultant's report that said the Newark area has too many hospital beds. They want the state to sell Saint Michael's to a for-profit company.