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Administration Clears Christie’s Fellow Governor and Ally in Pay-to-Play Case

Meir Rinde | January 30, 2015 | Politics

No explanation offered why report of investigative committee was not released in late November when it was originally wrapped up

Senate President Criticizes ‘Message’ Sent by Christie on Atlantic City’s Future

NJTV | January 30, 2015 | Politics, Planning
Appointment of two ‘bankruptcy experts’ will do more harm than good, Sweeney warns
Former Treasury Secretary Shares Optimistic Outlook with NJ Investment Council
NJTV | January 30, 2015 | Budget, Politics
Group that sets policies governing New Jersey’s $8 billion portfolio hears Timothy Geithner’s cautious but upbeat assessment
The Christie Tracker: After Iowa, What's Next for NJ Governor's Quest?
WNYC | January 29, 2015 | Politics, Podcasts
After wooing GOP faithful at 'Freedom Summit," Gov. Christie launches website for new PAC, ‘Leadership Matters for America'
Counting the Cars on the New Jersey Turnpike: Surveillance Revealed
NJTV | January 29, 2015 | Politics, Transportation
Justice Department has been scanning license plates, tracking driving habits since 2008
Chris Christie Makes His Pitch to Republican Faithful at Political Gathering in Iowa
January 28, 2015 | Politics
New Jersey governor stresses his straight-talking reputation during speech at Iowa Freedom Summit
Mercer County Democratic Leader Selected to Fill Vacant State Assembly Seat
WHYY/NewsWorks | January 28, 2015 | Politics
Elizabeth Muoio will serve unexpired term of Bonnie Watson Coleman, who was elected to Congress in November
Planners, Environmentalists Worry Restored, Preserved Marshlands Being Put At Risk
Tom Johnson | January 26, 2015 | Energy & Environment, Planning
Proposed legislation would combine Meadowlands Commission with Sports and Exposition Authority
In Irvington, Residents Rally to Keep Veteran's Home From Bank Foreclosure
Joe Tyrrell | January 26, 2015 | Social, Housing
Clifton Beckley struggles to hold on to his home, while foreclosure rates in New Jersey start to trend upward
Op-Ed: Applying the Lessons We've Learned about Ending the Scourge of Trafficking
Hans Dekker | January 26, 2015 | Opinion, Social
Super Bowl used to remind people that problem of forced labor and sex trade exists every day of the year
Christie Appoints Emergency Manager to Address Atlantic City’s Ailing Finances
Meir Rinde | January 23, 2015 | Politics, Planning
Governor moves to quell concerns about AC’s sovereignty after naming Kevin Lavin to new post, with Kevyn Orr -- Detroit’s former emergency manager -- as special consultant
Garden State Bankers Expect NJ’s Economy Will Still Lag Behind U.S. in 2015
Tara Nurin | January 22, 2015 | Politics
The state’s bankers feel moderately comfortable with the nation’s economic status quo but say New Jersey needs to catch up
The Christie Tracker: The 'Likely' Candidate -- On the Precipice
Matt Katz | January 22, 2015 | Politics, Podcasts
The governor has sought to build a brand from the get-go that has served the greater goal of running for president
Businesses Burying NJ Municipalities with Requests for Public Records
NJTV | January 22, 2015 | Social
More and more companies asking towns to supply lists used in marketing and sales efforts
State Contends in Court That Christie's 2011 Pension Reform Is Unconstitutional
Meir Rinde | January 16, 2015 | Politics
Lawyers enter ironic argument while asking judge to dismiss union lawsuit that state must fully fund public employee retirement funds
Obama’s Cuba Announcement Continues to Send Ripples Through New Jersey
Scott Gurian | January 16, 2015 | Politics, Social
Cuban-Americans in the Garden State and their relatives on the island react to the thawing of relations
Christie’s State of the State Address Sounds More Like State-of-the-Stump Speech
Meir Rinde | January 14, 2015 | Politics
Governor’s national ambitions fairly obvious in an address that was long on self-congratulation but short on solutions to New Jersey’s pressing problems
What Christie Said: Fact Checking the Governor’s State of the State
Colleen O'Dea | January 14, 2015 | Politics
The governor’s claims about his successes sound very impressive, but are they accurate?
Governor Trumpets Reforms – and Makes Surprising Pitch for School Vouchers
John Mooney | January 14, 2015 | Education, Politics
Speech also touts initiative in Camden district but barely mentions more controversial changes in Newark
Gov. Christie's 2015 State of the State Address
January 13, 2015 | Politics
Stay with NJ Spotlight for a live stream of the governor's address, starting at 2:00 p.m.
Explainer: How Downtown New Brunswick Has Emerged from Its Doldrums
Tara Nurin | January 13, 2015 | Planning, Explainer
With its new skyline and image, does the city have the potential to become New Jersey’s version of Cambridge or Ann Arbor?
Atlantic City Race Track’s Out of the Running As Time Finally Passes It By
NJTV | January 13, 2015 | Social
Inability to open casinos and offer sports betting gave big edge to out-of-state competitors
Coalition Urges Feds to Let Needed Funding Flow Again for River Basin Panel
WHYY/NewsWorks | January 13, 2015 | Energy & Environment, Planning
Delaware River Basin Commission has received government’s 20% funding obligation only once since 1996
Big Ticket: Costs to Protect Christie During Travels Up 1,800% Since He Took Office
Mark Lagerkvist/New Jersey Watchdog | January 12, 2015 | Politics
It’s no secret that the governor has racked up some sizable expenses; the mystery is where much of the money went
When Christie Got Into a Jam: Looking Back at ‘Bridgegate’ One Year Later
WNYC | January 9, 2015 | Politics
Twelve months ago, the public became aware of notorious ‘Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee’ email – and scandal followed
Victory Unlikely, But Two Senators Plan to Try to Override Christie Veto
NJTV | January 9, 2015 | Politics
While Port Authority reforms had bipartisan support, GOP legislators may find it hard to stand up to the boss
Council on Affordable Housing Gets Its Day in State Supreme Court
Colleen O'Dea | January 7, 2015 | Housing, Planning
Should COAH go away? If it does, how will New Jersey ensure there will be places for low- and moderate-income residents to live?
U.S. Representative Rush Holt Bids Farewell to Congress After Eight Terms
Lee Keough | December 29, 2014 | Politics, Winter 2014
After 16 years representing New Jersey, congressman-scientist remained optimistic about public service
Getting Out the Vote in Wake of Superstorm Sandy Was No Easy Task
Lee Keough | December 29, 2014 | Politics, Winter 2014
‘Storming for the Vote’ documents extraordinary efforts made by NJ officials and advocates to ensure residents could cast their ballots
An Eclectic Look at 350 Years of Arts and Culture in the Garden State
Paula Saha | December 24, 2014 | More Issues, Winter 2014
As the state celebrates a major milestone, TV newsmagazine explores how artists are marking the occasion
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