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After months of uncertainty, all red light cameras in New Jersey have officially stopped ticketing drivers after the state legislature declined to renew a five-year pilot program. But this doesn’t mean they’re gone for good.
Expanding school choice is one way to improve the educational achievement level of New Jersey’s work force, attract business, and decrease poverty.
New Jersey citizens could face a gas tax burden that would undermine the plummeting gas prices leaving more money in the pockets of impoverished Americans.
The New Jersey Legislature has reversed the state’s seeming progress with ballot proposals that have done little to lift its citizens out of the poor house.
A review of reports published over the course of 2014 on New Jersey would suggest that the Garden State take on some serious New Year’s resolutions.
- Economy and Jobs
- Debt and the Deficit
- Energy Independence
What matters more, safety or money?
Local officials from across New Jersey descended on the statehouse earlier this week to encourage lawmakers... Read MoreMore
Crash data inconclusive, but financial incentives clear
If red light cameras are really making the public safer from renegade motorists, why are the crash numbers... Read MoreMore
Can sports betting save Atlantic City?
This week the New Jersey state Assembly will likely pass a bill to allow sports betting in the state,... Read MoreMore
Opposition to red light cameras louder than support
As opposition to red light cameras in New Jersey continues to grow, supporters of the program aren't... Read MoreMore
Major leagues join forces against betting
A Democrat and Republican have teamed up on an important issue, but the four major professional sports... Read MoreMore
Get paid to be a citizen journalist
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Friend of Christie, multiple conflicts of interest
Chris Christie’s friend and pensions overseer Robert Grady invested New Jersey money into a fund which... Read MoreMore
Red light cameras set to expire in NJ
The New Jersey Senate Transportation Committee is putting the breaks on traffic cameras. Just not in... Read MoreMore
Christie doesn't like the 'bums' at rating agencies
Just two days prior Gov. Chris Christie called the credit rating agencies "bums," but that didn't stop... Read MoreMore