Sept. 8, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

A vision of prosperity from a man who would be governor. The only declared candidate calling for a state bank to keep our money home grown.

With the cost of EpiPens sky high, Assembly calls to investigate the manufacturer and fast-track alternatives to the lifesaving injectable.

A move to redefine what constitutes infertility to expand insurance coverage of fertility treatments to all women hoping to conceive a child.

A move to forgive some college loans after the state tried to force parents of a student who had died to pay off his loans regardless.

Atlantic City could be days from default after failing to comply with a deal to pay back $73 million it borrowed from the state.

And $78 million is the amount a single gambler placed in online bets. Funny money or legal tender?