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N.J. has highest rate of distressed mortgages in nation, study shows
A greater share of residential mortgages in New Jersey were distressed at the end of the second quarter of this year than any other state in the nation, new data shows.
Lawmakers applaud state rescue of Vets4Warriors hotline
Federal funding for a Rutgers University-run hotline for troubled military members and their families will officially end Saturday, but the veterans who man the phones will still be working.
Christie vetoes two pension bills, signs 29 others
Gov. Chris Christie signed nearly 30 pieces of legislation into law Monday, but a bill to force the administration to apply $300 million of budget surplus to the state's public employee pension systems did not make the cut.
Singleton Disappointed over Christie Veto of Pension Payment Measure
Assemblyman Troy Singleton expressed his disappointment Monday over Gov. Christies’ veto of legislation he sponsored that would have required the state to apply a $300 million surplus towards a supplemental state appropriation for additional employer contributions to the state pension systems.
New Jersey bill would mount traffic cameras on school buses
Assemblyman Troy Singleton to Chair NJ Walks for TS Honorary Committee
The first NJ Walks for TS advocacy event in South Jersey has a champion in Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-7) who will serve as chair of the event's Honorary Committee.
After assaults, N.J. lawmaker calls for police protection for child welfare workers
Two state lawmakers concerned about the latest assault on child welfare employees accused the state of failing to protect workers who are "risking their lives to help remove children from grave situations."