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President Obama talks to Charlie Rose
President Obama talks to Charlie Rose (PBS)
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Weekly Addresses: Immigration, Student Loand [VIDEO]

Declaring "the time for excuses is over," President Barack Obama is trumpeting the economic benefits of an immigration overhaul, arguing that a bipartisan bill picking up steam in the Senate would put the nation's loathed deficits and fragile entitlements on better footing.

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Should NJ change their alimony laws?
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NJ Split Over Whether to Eliminate Lifetime Alimony [POLL/AUDIO]

Garden State voters are split over two separate issues being debated by state political leaders: alimony reform and the appropriate use of bond money for higher education, according to today's poll released by Fairleigh Dickinson University's PublicMind.

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The Race For U.S. Senator Is Underway In New Jersey [AUDIO]

The front-runner in the Democratic primary U.S. Senate race has started touring the Garden State.

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Downtown Asbury Park
Downtown Asbury Park (Facebook)
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Asbury Park May Change Government Structure

Big changes could soon be coming to Asbury Park's government.  A special forum that will be held this coming weekend will bring your thoughts to the table.

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Governor Christie speaka at the Employer Legislative Committees State Dinner in Princeton
Governor Christie speaka at the Employer Legislative Committees State Dinner in Princeton (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Christie’s Poll Lead Over Buono Grows

Governor Chris Christie's lead over challenge Barbara Buono (D) just got bigger.

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Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tennessee)
Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tennessee) (YouTube)
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Weekly Addresses: Father’s Day, Student Loans [VIDEO]

President Barack Obama says there's no substitute for the love and support that fathers provide.

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Governor Chris Christie shakes hands with Senator Frank Lautenberg at a Statehouse meeting about Superstorm Sandy in November
Governor Chris Christie shakes hands with Senator Frank Lautenberg at a Statehouse meeting about Superstorm Sandy in November (Governor's Office, Tim Larsen)
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Court: Special Senate Election Can Stay In October

A New Jersey court has ruled a special U.S. Senate election can be held in October, as it was scheduled by Republican Gov. Chris Christie.

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Parkway Toll Booth
Parkway toll booth basket (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Island Heights Seeks to Roll Back Parkway Toll Hike

Island Heights officials approve a resolution this week calling on the Governor and the New Jersey Turnpike Authority to roll back the most recent toll increase for Ocean County residents.

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Money in Hand
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Business Loan Program Launches in July

In just a few weeks, a new program will start offering low-cost loans of up to $5 million to New Jersey businesses and nonprofits that suffered physical damage as a result of Superstorm Sandy.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Chris Christie Shrugs Off Election Dates Lawsuits [POLL/AUDIO]

Last week, Governor Chris Christie scheduled a special election for Oct. 16, three weeks before the general election to fill a U.S. Senate seat vacated by the death of U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg.

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East Dover Intermediate School in Toms River
East Dover Intermediate School in Toms River (Toms River School District)
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Toms River Schools Seek Public Involvement In Super Search [AUDIO]

After losing one superintendent to a very public corruption scandal and another soon to a health crises, officials of New Jersey's fourth largest school district are hoping to involve residents in the selection of a new superintendent.

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Christie Buries Buono, Poll Finds [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie is still on pace to crush his Democratic challenger in the gubernatorial election this fall, according to the latest poll from Quinnipiac University.

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