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Jerseyans Face Retirement Worries [POLL/AUDIO]

If you live in New Jersey and you're worried about running out of money during your retirement, you are certainly not alone.

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Man Stressed Over Money
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Helping People With Post-Sandy Stress [AUDIO]

With hurricane season set to begin June 1, New Jersey officials are hosting a roundtable discussion Wednesday with physicians in Red Bank to help raise awareness about post-Sandy stress, and the need to screen and treat residents adversely affected by the storm.

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Legislation Targets Telemarketers [AUDIO]

Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick is co-sponsoring legislation that would have telemarketers facing huge fines if they don't give information call recipients request from them.

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NJ Adoptees Can Soon Get Birth Certificates [AUDIO]

Beginning in 2017, adoptees in New Jersey will be able to get their original birth certificate without a court order.

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Pool Chemicals Send Thousands to ER [AUDIO]

Each year, thousands of Americans are injured by the chemicals designed to keep swimming pools safe.

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Funding Low for Small Business Development [AUDIO]

There are 12 New Jersey Small Business Development Centers helping companies and budding entrepreneurs start businesses and create jobs. State funding for the program has remained unchanged since Fiscal Year 2009.

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Iraqi Victims Of Violence Receive Emergency Care Outside Of Iraq
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Terror Medicine Course Being Taught at Rutgers

The war on terrorism continues right here in New Jersey.

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NJ Commuter Satisfaction at a 7-Year Low [POLL/AUDIO]

Drivers were asked to rate their satisfaction with roads in the Garden State and the results revealed they are not very happy.

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Unable and Unwilling to Move [AUDIO]

The slow progress of New Jersey's housing recovery has been causing many people to think twice before selling their homes.

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NJ Utility Companies Prep For Summer [AUDIO]

As the official start of summer approaches, utility companies in New Jersey are preparing themselves for the inevitable spike in power demand as the thermometer rises.

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