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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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Legislator is Losing Patience with Christie Administration [AUDIO]

The first oversight report from Superstorm Sandy integrity monitors won't be ready for the legislature until July 1, and that's not welcome news for Assembly Budget Committee chairman Gary Schaer. He has grown impatient over the lack of information regarding contractors hired by the Christie administration to do recovery and rebuilding work.

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Advocacy Group Wants to Halt Foreclosure Crisis [AUDIO]

Major industry tracking companies rank the Garden State first in the nation for foreclosures in 2014, with 50,000 new filings expected by year's end.

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Congress
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Senate Approves Bill for Long-Term Unemployed

The Senate has passed legislation to renew a program of jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed that expired last December.

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Beijing To Raise Car Emission Standards For 2008 Olympics
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Flashing Your Headlights in NJ: Is it Legal? [POLL/AUDIO]

It's not against the law in New Jersey for drivers to flash their headlights to warn motorists of a police speed trap ahead, but that doesn't mean cops aren't handing out summonses.

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Gov. Chris Christie
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Longer Days Only For Underperforming Schools [POLL/AUDIO]

While Gov. Chris Christie supports the idea of a longer school day and expanded school calendar for students, he clarified Thursday that the concept is aimed only at underperforming schools.

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NJ Budget Panel Hears About Longer School Days [POLL/AUDIO]

Schools in New Jersey's poorest performing districts will be competing for $5 million to implement a pilot program with longer school days and longer school years if one of Gov. Chris Christie's Fiscal Year 2015 state budget proposals is approved.

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Christie: High Taxes, Driving Away Tech Companies [AUDIO]

With technology companies leaving New Jersey for the greener pastures of states like Texas and Florida, Gov. Chris Christie said New Jersey needs to do more to make itself more attractive to businesses.

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Gov. Chris Christie Holds Town Hall Meeting
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Christie: Longer School Day, Year Only For Worst Schools

Gov. Chris Christie has assured a 10th grader attending Thursday's town hall meeting that his proposal to extend the school day and year won't affect her.

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Gov. Chris Christie
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Christie Returning to Flood-Ravaged Sayreville for Town Hall

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is making another visit to a Middlesex County town that experienced severe flooding during Superstorm Sandy.

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Money Stack
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NJ Could Have Had an Extra $3.3 Billion [AUDIO]

The top budget analyst with New Jersey's nonpartisan Office of Legislative Services has informed Senate and Assembly budget committees that if the Garden State's economic rebound mirrored national performance, the state would have had roughly $3.3 billion more to spend in the current year's budget.

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