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NJ comptroller audits NJ Shares program

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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A program meant to help New Jerseyans struggling with utility bills has come under scrutiny by state officials, who have raised questions about the way it is administered. New Jersey's comptroller released an audit Tuesday of NJ Shares, a nonprofit program that provides emergency utility bill assistance to households experiencing temporary financial difficulties. Auditors...

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