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  • Council: New Jersey needs 110K affordable units

    Under pressure from the state Supreme Court, Gov. Chris Christie's administration proposed new rules Wednesday for how many homes should be within financial reach for lower-income people in each town in the state.

  • Dem: Budget adjustments could total $800M

    The head of the Senate Budget Committee says New Jersey is facing significant late-year budget cuts because Gov. Chris Christie's administration overestimated how much tax revenue the state would receive.

  • NJ paid fired Sandy contractor $36M

    A major Superstorm Sandy contractor has been paid $36 million - more than half the value of its three-year contract with the state - despite being terminated for performance issues after just eight months, a member of Gov. Chris Christie's administration said Monday.

  • Internet gambling no jackpot for New Jersey

    When it comes to raising revenue for the state, Internet gambling has been a bust.

  • New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, left, reacts to a question by John Dempsey, of Belmar, N.J., during a town hall meeting, Tuesday, March 25, 2014, in Belmar, N.J. Christie fielded questions from residents of the Jersey Shore community, which was hit hard by Super Storm Sandy in 2012, regarding issues concerning storm recovery and preparation. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

    Business owners complain of wait for storm grants

    Frustrated small business owners criticized Gov. Chris Christie's administration Tuesday, saying they have yet to be approved for recovery grants nearly 18 months after Superstorm Sandy damaged their businesses.

  • Christie restarts water board left dormant 3 years

    For more than three years, environmental groups complained that Gov. Chris Christie's administration had killed off an independent state board that makes recommendations on levels of pollutants allowed in drinking water. They cited it as an example of the Republican governor's withholding state board appointments to control policy debate.

  • Former Christie legal aide to run NJ ethics panel

    A lawyer who worked in Gov. Chris Christie's administration has been named to lead the state Ethics Commission, a job that comes with the authority to evaluate which ethics complaints are investigated and which are thrown out.

  • ** FILE ** A member of the Muslim community performs a call to prayer during a rally in New York on Feb. 3, 2012, to demand the resignation of police Commissioner Ray Kelly and police department spokesman Paul Browne. Thirty-three civil rights groups from around America complained to the New York attorney general about police documents that showed the New York Police Department recommending increased surveillance of Shiite mosques based solely on their religion. (Associated Press)

    N.J. finds NYPD Muslim surveillance is legal

    New York City police did not violate New Jersey laws when they conducted surveillance of Muslim businesses, mosques and student groups, Gov. Chris Christie's administration said Thursday following a three-month review, rejecting demands by Muslim leaders for a formal investigation and a clampdown on cross-border police operations.

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