Economist Defends Jersey Comeback: From The Newsroom
As the debate rages on about the "Jersey Comeback," a top state economist says the proof is in the numbers.
- While there is a ways to go, Rutgers Economist James Hughes says monthly payroll data supports comeback trends.
- New Jerseyans weigh in how stressed they are at their current job.
- A gruesome murder-suicide took place overnight in Camden.
- In part 4 of Stacy Proebstle's series on teen drug abuse in NJ, students share their abuse stories.
- Is your child exercising enough?
- New data on doctor burnout rates.
- A US Senate bill would hike minimum wage.
- Parents in Manchester gear up for a school split schedule.
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Tuesday's poll asked if you have noticed any major changes in New Jersey since Governor Christie has taken office. 30% said yes, 60% say they haven't, and 10% have only noticed some changes.
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