New Jersey’s Fight For Legal Sports Betting Begins [POLL/AUDIO]
After Garden State voters approved a referendum to legalize sports gambling, New Jersey issued regulations allowing the issuance of sports betting licenses.
Governor Christie And NJEA Make Peace For A Day [VIDEO]
For years, Governor Christie has been feuding with the NJEA, but at least for a day, he’s buried the hatchet.
Christie’s Focus Shifts To Tax Cuts [AUDIO]
Now that teacher tenure reform has become law in the Garden state, Governor Christie says he’ll focus on tax reform for the remainder of 2012.
Hay Fever Season Is About To Explode In New Jersey [AUDIO]
If you’re a hay fever sufferer, you’re not going to like what you’re about to read.
Problems With Speed Tests in Red Light Camera Program, Lawmaker Says [VIDEO]
A Garden State lawmaker is calling for New Jersey’s red light camera pilot program to be suspended – for the second time this summer.
NJ Private Sector Job Growth Lags Behind Many States [AUDIO]
A new report finds Jersey is struggling to keep up with many other states when it comes to creating new private sector jobs.
New Poll Finds Governor Christie Is Still Very Popular [AUDIO]
A new survey finds despite a number of on-going problems in the Garden State, Governor Christie continues to be popular among Jersey voters.
Who Really Deserves A Tax Cut In New Jersey? [AUDIO]
A Jersey watchdog group has issued a new report that calls on Congress to extend a tax cut for Americans making up to 250 thousand dollars a year, and allow the same cut for the wealthiest Americans to expire.
West Nile Virus Concern In The Garden State [AUDIO]
All of the wild stormy weather we’ve had over the past week or so has left numerous small pools of standing water across the Garden State, which is perfect breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
See What’s Causing Foreclosures to Shoot Higher In NJ [AUDIO]
The foreclosure rate in many parts of the country is going down, but in Jersey it’s going up.