Speaking this week in New Hampshire, Gov. Chris Christie said if he ran for president and won, in his first 100 days in office he would simplify the country's tax system and pass policies to expand America's energy independence. Two of the governor's critics were quick to respond.
Another round of snow this week forced schools to close across New Jersey, and if Mother Nature keeps pounding the state, more districts will have to hold classes on days that were originally scheduled as part of spring or summer break.
Despite resistance by some parents to immunizations for measles and other childhood diseases, more than 95 percent of New Jersey school children have received such vaccinations, the state's chief health officer says.
Gov. Chris Christie is the first New Jersey governor since Woodrow Wilson to be seriously considered as a potential presidential candidate, but Garden State chief executives almost always get a little presidential buzz at some point, according to two political experts.
Depending on the size of the problem, you may see your home insurance premium spike significantly after a single claim, according to a new report. In response, a state lawmaker has introduced legislation to prohibit this from happening.
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