Lending and Foreclosure in New Jersey, by Rutgers’ University Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, found that New Jersey has the 2nd highest foreclosure inventory in the United States.
The White House released a report that documents specific impacts on NJ. It’s not too late to convince Congress to do the responsible thing and find a balanced approach for America’s future.
By expanding Medicaid, the State would save $2.45 billion over the next 9 years as compared to the $4.19 billion it would spend over the next 9 years if Medicaid is not expanded.
On January 30, 2013, all twenty-one counties across New Jersey participated in the annual Point-In-Time Count of the homeless. A variety of news outlets across the state covered the local Counts.