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Governor Chris Christie participates in a roundtable discussion with Willie Geist and Tom Coliccio titled "Soul of Hunger" for the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation.  (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie participates in a roundtable discussion with Willie Geist and Tom Coliccio titled "Soul of Hunger" for the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Governor Christie Discusses Hunger at Red Bank Panel [AUDIO]

Agreeing that hunger is a non-partisan issue, Governor Christie said the image and perception of hunger needs to change.

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Andrews Rueda, Getty Images
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First Comes Love, Then Credit Check? [AUDIO]

When it comes to finding love, more and more singles admit bad credit could send them away from a relationship.

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Job Fair
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Slow But Steady Job Growth Predicted For New Jersey [AUDIO]

The Conference Board's latest consumer confidence index has dropped slightly, from 81.8 to 79.7, because many people are feeling less optimistic about pay hikes and wage increases over the next 6 months.

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
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Don’t Fall Victim to Daily Headlines, Financial Expert Says [AUDIO]

The threat of a government shutdown lingers as Congress continues to fight over the federal budget, which is moving markets lower.

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Andrew Burton, Getty Images
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Post Office Asks for Three Cent Stamp Hike [AUDIO]

The financially struggling Postal Service wants to raise the price of stamps three cents, to 49 cents for a first class mark.

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Money
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New Bill Would Allow for Small Investment in Startup Businesses [AUDIO]

Many small startup businesses find that getting needed money a tough go from traditional sources, and new legislation being introduced in Trenton might make that process easier.

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Gas Prices
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Could NJ Gas Dip Under Three Dollars? [AUDIO]

To the joy of New Jersey drivers, gas prices just keep going lower.

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flickr, New Jersey State Library
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Local Businesses Get The Spotlight

Voting booths
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NJ Voters Don’t Think Minimum Wage Hike Will Cost Jobs [AUDIO]

The vast majority of N.J. voters support the idea of amending the state constitution to raise the current minimum wage to $8.25 an hour and to incorporate annual cost of living increases in the future.

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Flickr User Hoboken Condos
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NJ Twenty-Somethings Aren’t Buying Homes [AUDIO]

The housing market continues its comeback, but a growing number of Millennials - those in their 20's and early 30's - are choosing to rent instead of buy.

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