Trenton on the verge of being "wiped out" of toilet paper
TRENTON, N.J. -- One New Jersey city may soon have a dirty crisis on their hands.
Trenton is running out of toilet paper. Government buildings are reportedly down to just a few rolls.
Turns out the city council doesn't want to approve a $42,000 contract for paper products.
If the issue isn't resolved soon, the state could step in and close down buildings because of health standards.