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MEGA MILLIONS CLIMBS PAST $100 MILLION

One of New Jersey’s lottery’s is over $100 million. The next Mega Millions jackpot is predicted to be $105 million. There were no winners in the drawing that took place on Tuesday. The winning numbers were 01 12 19 20 47 and a Mega Ball of 25. Mega Millions is …

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COUNTY PRESCIPTION CARDS FINDING GOOD — USE

Freeholder Gerald Thornton announced today that the Cape May County Rx Card has been used over 2,100 times since it was offered to County residents in July 2010.  Thornton said, “The Cape May County Rx Card is being used more and more each month. Each time the card is used, …

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LOCAL LAWMAKERS CALL FOR BEESLEY’S BRIDGE TO BE TORN DOWN

Senator Jeff Van Drew, Assemblymen Matt Milam and Nelson Albano today publically requested that Commissioner Jim Simpson expedite plans to remove the bascules on the Beesley’s Point Bridge as soon as possible, in the short term and begin the process to demolish the entire bridge. They have also requested that …

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NEW GROUP PUSHES FOR A CASINO AT THE MEADOWLANDS

The Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce presented a plan to revitalize the Meadowlands complex in North Jersey. There plan included a casino being built, along with a convention center, hotels, and shopping. Many lawmakers and Gov. Chris Christie are against any casinos being located outside of Atlantic City. Horse racing …

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FIGHT CONTINUES ON VETOS BY CHRISTIE

A number of veto-override votes have been scheduled by Democrats in Trenton after Gov. Chris Christie vetoed a number of jobs creation bills. Christie said that the bills did not have any funding source attached to them or additional cuts from existing programs to pay for them. Votes will take …

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POLL: VOTERS WOULD FAVOR TAXING STATE’S RICHEST

Most state residents believe taxing the millionaires extra in New Jersey to raise additional revenue is a good plan. The Rutgers-Eagleton poll was released today and says that 72 percent of state residents would support the plan. However, voters are more split on the budget proposal by Gov. Chris Christie. …

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