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Mayor Guardian Discusses Atlantic City’s Progress

Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian discusses the current state of Atlantic City as officials work to save its economy.

Lawmakers Question State Education Spending

The Christie administration has proposed increasing school spending by $548 million for next year, but Democrats accused the state of poorly running the Paterson schools for decades.

ELEC Exec. Dir.: Three Ballot Questions Will Drive Up Special Interest Spending

Election Law Enforcement Commission Executive Director Jeff Brindle expects special interest groups to spend $80 million to $100 million to push their opinions on three ballot questions ahead of the November election.

Ask the Governor: April 20, 2016

Gov. Chris Christie answers questions from New Jerseyans during the live one-hour call-in show “Ask the Governor” on NJ 101.5, hosted by Eric Scott Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Poll: Trump, Clinton Lead in NJ, But Independents Could Hurt Hillary

For the first time in decades, the presidential primary in New Jersey could have an impact on the race.

Senate Budget Chairman Calls for Increasing Gas Tax

Senate Budget Chairman Paul Sarlo outlined a plan for funding transportation in the next state budget, which includes raising the gas tax, which would increase prices at the pump or the refineries.

New App Aims to Help Sexual Assault Survivors

A new smartphone app from healingSPACE, the Bergen County YWCA’s sexual violence resource center, connects survivors with physical and mental health services, confidentially, at all hours.

Investing in New Jersey’s Water Infrastructure

A recent engineering study put an $8 billion price tag on repairing all of New Jersey’s drinking water infrastructure. Congressman Frank Pallone has introduced legislation to infuse an extra $25 billion into the federal Drinking Water State Revolving Fund -- $5 billion a year over five years.

Christie Reflects on Narcan Program

Gov. Christie visited Hoboken University Medical Center to discuss New Jersey's Narcan program and drug addiction in the state.

Lawmakers Hear From Acting NJ Health Commissioner

New Jersey Department of Health Acting Commissioner Cathleen Bennett spoke at the Assembly Budget Committee hearing, discussing a variety of topics, including action taken regarding the Zika virus, lead, tobacco, cancer research, opiate abuse, hospital acquisitions, reimbursement and charity care.