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Capitol County Executive Brian M. Hughes encourages You To Assist Furloughed Federal Workers

TRENTON -- As the shutdown of the federal government will soon reach into its second month, local federal employees and furloughed workers and their families are seeking food and additional resources at food pantries, food banks and meal ; Mercer County has received many inquiries from citizens countywide who wish to assist those in need. Mercer County Executive Brian M.…
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Response to Gov Murphy State of the State NJ

Assembly GOP Leader Jon Bramnick delivers response to State of the State. Trenton, NJ: WATCH Statehouse News Channel Video of the response to Gov. Murphy's State of the State. Assembly Leader Bramnick concerned NJ taxpayers left out of Murphy’s first State of the State. TRENTON, – GOP reports - Criticism poured-in on social media from Republicans in the state Assembly after…
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A Princeton Degree For a Yalie: George H.W. Bush Visits Princeton, 1991

Princeton,NJ: President George Bush dedicates the University Social Science Complex at Princeton University. UPI Photo by Stanley Brick. Princeton, NJ: by Princeton edu – On May 10, 1991, President George Bush came to Princeton’s campus to receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree and dedicate the University’s Social Science Complex. This $20 million dollar project included the newly constructed Bendheim…
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The White House – Remembering George H. W. Bush, ‘one of America’s greatest points of light’

Washington, DC: from The White House – On the day he turned 18, just 6 months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, George H. W. Bush volunteered for combat duty in World War II. He would become the youngest aviator in naval history at the time, flying 58 combat missions—including one that saw his plane take enemy fire and require that…
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Governor Murphy Urges Passage of $15 Minimum Wage Before End of Year

TRENTON – Acting on a commitment to build a stronger and fairer New Jersey, Governor Phil Murphy today urged the Legislature to close the wage gap and pass a bill raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour for all working New Jerseyans before the end of the year. “Establishing a livable wage of $15 per hour provides New Jersey’s working…
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