Gas Prices Soar, New Jerseyans Cope [AUDIO]
Prices at the pump approaching the $4.00 mark in the Garden State as they did this time last year and in the summer of 2008.
NJ Takes Steps To Help Address Autism
Autism impacts about 1 in 50 children across the Garden State and their families. Governor Christie and his administration remain committed to finding new ways to help New Jersey families impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and improving the lives of their loved ones.
NJ State Police Ranks Could Drop To Lowest Level In More Than A Decade [AUDIO]
Without new trooper recruits, the ranks of the New Jersey State Police could plummet to the lowest level in over a decade according to the State Police.
"User Fees" For Emergency Services Addressed In Sweeney’s Bill [POLL]
Twenty-six states currently allow “user fees” for public safety and New Jersey is one of them.
Emergency Services Tax? NJ Sen. Tony Bucco Acts To Limit Fees [AUDIO/POLL]
As Townsquare Media News has been reporting for the past week, 26 states currently allow “user fees” for public safety and New Jersey is one of them.
Chris Christie A Non-Factor If Veep Candidate, NJ Voters Say [AUDIO]
New Jersey voters give President Barack Obama a commanding lead over former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and you shouldn’t expect Garden State Governor Chris Christie to come to the Republican’s rescue.
Chris Christie "Not Worried" About Gift Card Companies Leaving NJ [POLL]
Last week, American Express, InComm and Blackhawk Network all announced plans to no longer operate in New Jersey, rather than comply with the law that lets the State of New Jersey seize the value of unredeemed gift cards after just two years.
No Price Tag For Chris Christie’s University Merger Plan [AUDIO]
Governor Chris Christie’s proposal to reorganize the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and Rutgers and Rowan Universities hit a major speed bump yesterday.
Chris Christie’s University Merger Plan In Jeopardy
Governor Chris Christie’s proposal to reorganize the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and Rutgers and Rowan universities is facing an uphill battle.
Tolls, Transparency And Subpoenas On Budget Panel’s Docket
Tomorrow, the Assembly Transportation Committee will meet to consider issuing subpoenas to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The panel will consider a resolution regarding the issuance of subpoenas to compel the attendance of witnesses and the production of books, papers, e-mails and ot…
Tax Time And The NJ Treasurer’s Advice
The April 17 due date for filing individual income tax returns is fast approaching. State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff is urging taxpayers who have not yet submitted their returns to take advantage of New Jersey’s electronic filing options.
Think A Millionaires’ Tax Won’t Hurt You? Think Again Says Lawmaker [AUDIO]
New Jersey has roughly 16,000 millionaires and chances are you aren’t one of them which is likely the reason most polls shows the vast majority of Garden State residents support a millionaires’ tax increase.