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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

By Emily Bader
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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

By Eric Strauss
January 26, 2015 10:01 AM

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

By Emily Bader
January 26, 2015 09:27 AM

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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

By Eric Strauss
January 26, 2015 10:01 AM

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Kislak to market Paterson apartments

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

By Emily Bader
January 26, 2015 09:27 AM

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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

By Eric Strauss
January 26, 2015 10:01 AM

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

CONTINUE READING

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

By Emily Bader
January 26, 2015 09:27 AM

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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

By Eric Strauss
January 26, 2015 10:01 AM

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

By Emily Bader
January 26, 2015 09:27 AM

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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

By Eric Strauss
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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

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January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

By Emily Bader
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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

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By Eric Strauss
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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

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January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

By Emily Bader
January 26, 2015 09:27 AM

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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

By Eric Strauss
January 26, 2015 10:01 AM

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

By Emily Bader
January 26, 2015 09:27 AM

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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

By Eric Strauss
January 26, 2015 10:01 AM

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

By Emily Bader
January 26, 2015 09:27 AM

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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

By Eric Strauss
January 26, 2015 10:01 AM

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:26 AM

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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

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January 26, 2015 09:27 AM

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South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:19 AM

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Pa. bank names regional leader for N.J.

By Eric Strauss
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Honeywell earnings: 'Capping off another year of terrific performance'

By Eric Strauss
January 23, 2015 11:36 AM

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Executive Business Brokers announces sale of Jersey City supermarket

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Hampshire Cos. buys Piscataway shopping center

By Eric Strauss
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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.

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Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Union) isn't giving up on his Foreclosure Transformation Act.

He talks about his new plan to see the bill through in this week's State Street column.

Meanwhile, a tipster says one credit card company has been taking the lead in pushing for a ban on credit card surcharges – and it's not Visa or MasterCard.

State Street's also got some behind-the scenes talk on the last-minute effort to keep the minimum wage question off November's ballot. Spoiler alert: Those efforts failed.

In the wake of Sen. Barbara Buono's recent car accident, this week's Grapevine digs into the vault of New Jersey political history to reveal how the Democratic gubernatorial candidate's career might never have taken off had it not been for a traffic stop in 1994.

And now that Gov. Chris Christie's decided to let the feds run the Garden State's health insurance exchange, one Grapevine tipster worries some of the big national players in the insurance industry might bypass New Jersey, opting to only join exchanges in the most profitable states.


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