$174.9M

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Voters in nine New Jersey school districts have approved $174.9 million in school construction projects; that’s out of $345,151,604 originally... Read more

Examining the Claim that Leonard Lance is Bipartisan

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Labels like "conservative" and "liberal" provide a shorthand for understanding political positions. So does "bipartisan," conferring an air... Read more

Murphy Announces Grants to Gear Up Schools for Science and Tech

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As part of his overarching plan to modernize New Jersey’s economy, Gov. Phil Murphy yesterday announced new education grants focusing on STEM... Read more

Will NJ Employers Be Obligated to Ensure Federal Tax Break for Commuters?

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The federal tax code offers what can be a sizable tax benefit to commuters to help offset transportation costs, and state lawmakers want to... Read more

New State Funding for Autism Center to Boost Research and Treatment

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The site of the highest rate of childhood autism nationwide, New Jersey will also now be home to a center dedicated to improving research,... Read more

Conservative Group Sues Over NJ Limit on When People Can Quit Labor Unions

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A conservative organization is challenging a new state law in federal court, contending New Jersey’s restriction on when a person can leave... Read more

PARCC Peace Breaks Out: Compromise Is Reached on High School Testing

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The Murphy administration and the State Board of Education reached a compromise on the future of high school testing in New Jersey that will... Read more

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The explosive Senate hearings involving Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh captured attention in the Garden State as elsewhere in... Read more