Will Skyrocketing Price of Naloxone Limit Its Use?

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Narcan — which can reverse the effects of heroin and opioid overdoses — has a well-deserved reputation as a lifesaver. That helps explain why... Read more

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Knowing the causes of mortality in a state or a country is a key step in developing effective preventive measures — and the latest release... Read more

Interactive Map: Plotting Student Loan Defaults Across the Garden State

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Students from New Jersey’s colleges and trade schools default on their federal loans at a relatively low rate overall, although the proportion... Read more

Free Primary-Care Office Opens for Government and School Employees

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Four primary-care practices have opened for business in a pilot program that can treat tens of thousands of government and school system employees... Read more

Farmland Preservation Could Be in the Green Again, if Funding Clears

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For the first time in a few years, the state is starting to dole out tens of millions of dollars in grants and aid to help preserve farmland... Read more

Sarlo, Oroho Honored for Efforts to Break Through TTF Gridlock

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The bipartisan efforts of two New Jersey senators to refuel the Transportation Trust Fund last year have been recognized by a national organization... Read more

Op-Ed: Supreme Court’s Decision — the Final Battle in the COAH War?

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Last month, the New Jersey Supreme Court released a unanimous decision, ruling that the state's municipalities have an obligation to provide... Read more

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It’s a long way to Election Day, a truism that candidates know better anybody else. In fact, according to the latest Fairleigh Dickinson PublicMind... Read more