Police, Firefighters Edge Closer to Control of Own Retirement Fund

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New Jersey police officers and firefighters moved a major step closer to getting more say in how their pensions are administered after the... Read more

Court Tosses Case Against FERC, Helps Ease the Way for PennEast

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PennEast has averted another delay in its proposed 120-mile pipeline through parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania now that a court threw out... Read more

Alternative Pain Treatments Reduce Suffering Without Addictive Drugs

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Virginia Duprey just wanted to go out dancing. But the Newark woman, now 62, had long been sidelined by chronic pain from a childhood back... Read more

Interactive Map: Detailing New Jersey’s National Flood Insurance Payments

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Hover over or click on a municipality to see details about its flood claims and payments. To find a municipality, use the search box or zoom... Read more

Opinion: Finding the Right Fit for Charters and Special-Needs Students

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Within the foxholes of New Jersey’s charter school wars, the target de jour is special education, specifically the accusation by school-choice... Read more

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its latest employment data yesterday, and Gov. Chris Christie was quick to crow about some of the numbers:... Read more

Op-Ed: Why Police and Firefighters Must Manage Their Own Pension System

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The people of New Jersey need to hear the facts as to why police and fire labor leaders in New Jersey are pursuing a separation of the Police... Read more

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New Jersey is a very wealthy state. Those inclined to doubt it — or who have forgotten that fact — need only look at Bloomberg’s survey of... Read more