The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has eliminated unnecessary red tape that will allow towns to get money quicker from FEMA for repairs or replacements of public infrastructure damaged by Hurricane Irene last year.
Facing New Jersey reporters for the first time since Mitt Romney announced Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as his vice presidential pick, Governor Chris Christie recalled how he learned he wasn't the right man for the job.
Preliminary data released last week by the state Department of Labor indicated another rise in New Jersey's unemployment rate, as well as a loss of 12,000 jobs. The somber news offered Democrats in Trenton a chance to attack Governor Chris Christie's claim of a "New Jersey Comeback."
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie lent a hand today as Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) and union workers broke ground on a renewable energy project that will transform a dormant Hackensack, brownfield into a solar farm.
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