Hospital Aid Remains Stable, Following Years of Cuts

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Public financial support for New Jersey hospitals will remain stable in the coming year, following several years of annual budget cuts, a situation... Read more

The List: Dems Who’ve Scored Big Using Website for Small Donations

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Democratic candidates for New Jersey’s House seats have raised far more money than Republicans through the first quarter of this year, with... Read more

Is a Tax Amnesty for Delinquent Filers in the Offing for New Jersey?

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It looks as if there may be a tax amnesty in New Jersey this year for those who owe the state back taxes. Democratic legislative leaders have... Read more

$13M

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The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded New Jersey nearly $13 million in new funding to combat the opioid crisis. The Opioid... Read more

PSE&G Wants BPU to OK $1.6B Plan to Upgrade Gas Pipelines

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Public Service Electric & Gas has reached agreement with state regulators to spend $1.6 billion to replace much of its aging gas pipeline... Read more

PSE&G Wants BPU to OK $1.9B Plan to Upgrade Gas Pipelines

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Public Service Electric & Gas has reached agreement with state regulators to spend $1.9 billion to replace much of its aging gas pipeline... Read more

Murphy Accuses Texas Gov. Abbott of Trying to Rustle Garden State Companies

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Gov. Phil Murphy has gotten into his first tussle with a governor of another state, reacting to an appeal by the governor of Texas to New... Read more

Safe Sleep for Babies — Rutgers Researchers Now Have an App for That

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New moms are often discharged from hospital birthing centers with armloads of flyers and medical paperwork in addition to their infant child... Read more