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Something’s going down in Atlantic City, and for a change it’s something good: a 5 percent drop in AC’s municipal property taxes for the 2017... Read more

Christie, Cuomo Want Independent Review of Penn Station Problems

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Not content with sitting on the sidelines while federal officials assess infrastructure at New York’s Penn Station after last week’s New Jersey... Read more

Allegations of Islam Indoctrination in Schools Spread to New Jersey

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A controversy brewing in Chatham, NJ, began with a simple cartoon shown to students that taught the five pillars of Islam: "The first pillar... Read more

State Poised to Open First ‘Rehab Prison’ at Mid-State Correctional Facility

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Inmates with substance-use disorders will soon be moving into the refurbished Mid-State Correctional Facility to participate in New Jersey’s... Read more

Two ‘Green’ Groups Join Lawsuit Challenging Pipeline Through Pinelands

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Two environmental groups filed new litigation against the Pinelands Commission’s approval of a 22-mile natural-gas pipeline through parts of... Read more

Op-Ed: Undermining the EPA Risks Decades of Environmental Progress

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“The future ain’t what it used to be at the EPA.” So stated Scott Pruitt, newly appointed head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency... Read more

Could Russia Gain Control of Citgo, Constrict Flow of Oil to U.S.?

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Could Russia gain control of the familiar Citgo gas stations, its 48 oil terminals —including one in Linden — three refineries, and several... Read more

ACA Repeal & Replace: New Jersey's Response

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On March 24, 2017, as Washington played will-they-or-won't-they with the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act, NJ Spotlight hosted... Read more