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With the shutdown, there are far fewer inspectors keeping tabs on your food.
The government shutdown continues as federal employees miss their first paycheck.
Day 20 of the federal government shutdown, and there appears to be no end in sight.
The president walks out on Democrats with no end to the government shutdown.
Legislative hearings on Katie Brennan's allegations continue.
How the government shutdown could soon impact your life.
Trump says he's willing to let a shutdown go on to achieve a wall.
January 3, 2019: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
Day 12 of the partial government shutdown.
A new year means new laws and new taxes.
Both senators agreed on the importance of making the Garden State more affordable.
The governor's victories were often overshadowed by his tense relationship with Sweeney.
Tuesday will be Murphy’s day to shape reality. Monday, liberal groups seized the bullhorn.
Coughlin toured a food bank as he continues his fight against food insecurity.
Insurance companies exclude liability for home fuel oil tanks, so homeowners have to pay.
New report by the NJBIA called "Indicators of Innovation" ranks NJ in the middle.
Recycling facilities are now left to rely on homeowners.
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