The latest Kids Count report found more NJ children are covered by health insurance and fewer are living in poverty.
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Nonprofit Feeding America found the highest rates of hunger in New Jersey located in southern counties.
Advocates say seniors lose ground every year as energy, housing, taxes and other living expenses increase.
Governor Christie blisters Jersey business owners for failing to financially support state republicans, saying "Open up the checkbook and get in the fight," against democrats and labor unions. A ...
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Residents who apply for SNAP are sometimes waiting months for approval.
Recipients of food stamps will see a decrease in benefits come Nov. 1.
The Democrats work to find their voice and their message. Plus, a new poll shows two Senate candidates breaking away from the pack. And an army of teenagers invades the Jersey Shore to help.
According to the USDA, only 74 percent of applications to New Jersey's food stamp program, SNAP, are processed within the 30-day legal requirement.