Pols Play Musical Chairs, Trenton’s $220M Building Project Gets Green Light

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The construction of two new state government office buildings was given initial approval yesterday by an under-the-radar panel of lawmakers... Read more

Breastfeeding Bills Would Help Give Babies a Healthy Start in Life

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Breastfeeding mothers and infants consuming breast milk got support in several ways from New Jersey lawmakers on Thursday with the approval... Read more

Opinion: Zero-Emission Credits Aren’t Just for Nuclear Power

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The State House is all abuzz with rumors that the Legislature will try to pass a controversial bill during the brief, January lame-duck session... Read more

NJ Ready to Join Multistate Nursing License Group?

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New Jersey is closer than it has come in more than a decade to joining a multistate licensing compact that would allow nursing professionals... Read more

PSE&G Spends, Spends, Spends on New Transmission Infrastructure

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Public Service Electric & Gas won approval this week to build two new transmission projects in northern New Jersey totaling $170 million... Read more

Garden State’s Homeless Rate Halved During Past Decade

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New national data show that homelessness in New Jersey fell by 50.7 percent during the past decade, the biggest decline in any state during... Read more

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It’s a shameful number and a shameful act: New Jersey finished 49th on a list of states ranked according to their elder-abuse protections,... Read more

Christie Hints He Might Sign Bill to Subsidize PSEG’s Nuclear Plants

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Gov. Chris Christie yesterday signaled he may be willing to sign a measure to prop up PSEG Power’s three nuclear power plants, but only if... Read more