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Can the state support housing and social safety net services with Trump cuts?
Franklin's fighting an energy firm to keep its compressor out.
If you have a phone, you're paying a fee for 911 emergency service.
Another NJ Transit tangle. Another call to replace the train tunnels.
Protests amid progress in Atlantic City. A first-in-a-generation development's started.
Political bigwigs beg for federal money to replace our rotting rail tunnels.
The Passaic River's poisoned. Could the guilty corporations be using federal bankruptcy?
Some school districts operate on less than half their allotted state aid.
Amtrak will be compressing a three-year repair timetable down to one.
Laurie Woog, an immigration attorney, discusses H-1B visas, which companies utilize.
Republicans, led by Congressman Tom MacArthur, have offered an amendment to the AHCA.
Stun guns currently remain illegal in New Jersey, but the state has 180 days to change it.
Transportation expert Martin Robins talks about how the recent track troubles in New York.
The Assembly Budget Committee heard testimony the state corrections commissioner.
Storefronts in Morristown that are marked by rainbow decals are part of Safe Place.
The Newark Police Department will be equipped with body cameras and dashboard cameras.
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