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New Jerseyans: Look not for what NY can do for you but what you can do for NJ.

New Jersey is facing extraordinary challenges in its efforts to manage the current and expected transportation needs to and from Manhattan. The difficult but necessary solution is to create more good jobs in the Garden State. The current estimated cost...Read more
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