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Grapevine: Mixed signals on the TTF

The Transportation Trust Fund is getting fixed, right?

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Grapevine: Move up N.J. primary? Might be good business

There were no real surprises last week as New Jersey held one of the traditionally more meaningless primaries in the presidential election cycle.

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Grapevine: Tiers as negotiating tactics; Keep an eye on Murphy; Christie not helping Guadagno

The debate over Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey's controversial OMNIA plan continues to simmer in the State House and in the judicial branch.

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Grapevine: 'Finally'

It looks as if the Atlantic City saga will finally come to an end. For now.

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Grapevine: Showtime at the State House?

It started last Monday with the Senate Labor Committee voting to advance its version of a bill that would gradually raise the state's minimum wage to $15 per hour over the next five years.

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Grapevine: 'No reprieve'

Members of the business community celebrated a small victory in Trenton last week.

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Grapevine: A 'different' annual correspondents' dinner

Last year, then-presidential candidate Gov. Chris Christie made headlines for an expletive-filled comedic speech he delivered at the annual New Jersey Legislative Correspondents Club Show.

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Grapevine: Changing the tone

Gov. Chris Christie spoke directly to the business community again last week, offering remarks during a luncheon in Cherry Hill hosted by the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey.

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Grapevine: Christie not closing door on Trump's V.P.

Gov. Chris Christie hasn't been parading around all that much recently with Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump.

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Grapevine: Assembly staffing allotments spark some buzz in Trenton

PolitckerNJ.com had a post late last week that had some people talking in Trenton.

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