Outlook for Clean Energy Budget: Dollars Fall, Diversions to Continue

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The state’s budget for funding clean energy is shrinking once again. The Office of Clean Energy is proposing to spend $166 million in the... Read more

Continued Trouble Dogs Troubled Agency Charged with Protecting Animals

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After failing to file state and federal financial statements for years, a misstep that resulted in the loss of its tax-exempt status, the New... Read more

NJ Health Department Gains National Recognition for Public Health Work

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After nearly three years of interactive review, New Jersey has received national acclaim for its work to assess public health, plan strategies... Read more

Christie, Degnan Kick Off Terminal A Modernization at Newark Airport

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John Degnan, chairman of the Port Authority, and Gov. Chris Christie kicked off the Terminal A modernization project at Newark Liberty International... Read more

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If it becomes law, the American Health Care Act (AHCA), as passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, could cost New Jersey an estimated... Read more

Does Politics Have a Role to Play in Pastoral Long Valley?

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Some residents of Long Valley, a small uncrowded corner of western Morris County, are so taken with the beauty of the area and slower lifestyle... Read more

2% Salary Cap for Police, Firefighters to Expire, Dems Block Debate on Renewal

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Local government leaders in New Jersey have for years credited a 2 percent limit on the raises that police officers and firefighters can win... Read more

EPA Delays Federal Ozone Standard, Slows NJ’s Efforts to Reduce Smog

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The state’s worst air pollution problem may take a bit longer to clean up. The Environmental Protection Agency decided last week to put a... Read more