Steve Adubato: Only in NJ

New book explores the governor’s life and times....
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Atlantic City’s new mayor calls ’em like he sees ’em....
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Congressman Holt is stepping aside—but his concern about global warming has not cooled....
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Two years after Newtown shootings, Jersey school districts handle security in various ways. ...
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The Property Tax Debate

August 9, 2013

With no easy answers. it's time to put every idea on the table....
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Memories of New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg, who died June 3 at the age of 89....
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Trenton should act faster on bill to block conversion therapy....
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New technology proposed to fend off future floods. ...
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Crime reporter turned novelist Brad Parks tackles real-world issues....
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Care to pick a peck of Peppadews? New Jersey is the place....
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Nothing is off the table when it comes to protecting our kids....
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African-Americans’ contributions to New Jersey are many and varied....
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Service disruptions “minimal” as storm pounded coast....
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2012 To-Do List, Revisited

November 27, 2012

Trenton made key gains, but punted on three pressing issues....
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The state needs to find a solution to its ever more pronounced shortage of primary-care physicians. ...
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Steve Adubato talks with Caren Franzini, the CEO of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, about her vision and leadership. ...
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NJ’s education chief looks ahead to further school reforms. ...
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Rich State, Poor State

July 16, 2012

How is it that a state as affluent as New Jersey has such a striking level of poverty? Steve Adubato discusses the issue with Melville D. Miller, Jr., president and general counsel for Legal Services of New Jersey. ...
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Unions must accept a role in cutting state government spending....
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Christie sees expanded role for new sports authority chief....
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