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CME, which works for township, contributed more than a half-million dollars to political action committees in Middlesex County.
Democrats are considering a ballot measure for 2013 that would increase taxes on New Jerseyans who earn more than $1 million a year.
Court rules that the governor lacks authority to reorganize an independent agency, saying future of Council on Affordable Housing is up to state Legislature.
Civil Unions, rather than granting gay and lesbian couples equal marriage rights, have perpetuated their second-class status.
The Princetons have voted to become one, but will their decision move others to follow suit?
Get up-to-the-minute results from state and local elections and join the debate over what it means on Patch.com, while listening to a live stream of election coverage from WNNJ radio.
Gov. Christie announced plans yesterday to turn management of some parks functions over to private firms and non-profits, including the D&R Canal State Park and Princeton Battlefield.
Protesters plan to be at the intersection of George Street and Livingston Avenue at 11 a.m. tomorrow as part of what organizers have called the American Dream movement.
Opinions differ but nearly all want Congress and the president to take action.
The governor is asking the poor and middle class to pick up the tab for his skewed priorities.
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