State Continues to Funnel Funds into Graduate Medical Education

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While funding for charity care has been significantly reduced in recent years, Gov. Chris Christie has been steadily increasing a separate... Read more

Op-Ed: The Legislative Importance of Pushing Back Against PARCC

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On March 16, the New Jersey Assembly overwhelmingly passed ACR-215, which is a resolution declaring that the state Board of Education’s new... Read more

AC Cops, Firefighters Vow to Fight Court-Approved Salary, Benefits Cuts

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“Today, we pray to St. Patrick to help us rid Atlantic City of the Trenton snakes and the poison venom that they’ve given to our citizens,”... Read more

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After an audit by the state office of the comptroller into irregularities in Medicaid billing and documentation, Care Alternatives in Cranford... Read more

Making a Priority of Getting Lead Out of Drinking Water in Schools

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With more schools finding lead contamination in drinking water, legislators and advocates are calling for more aggressive steps to identify... Read more

Democratic Assembly Leaders Take Constitutional Tack with Two Measures

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During an Assembly voting session yesterday that at times sounded more like a class in constitutional law, members of the lower chamber gave... Read more

Getting the Word Out on NJ’s Big ‘Baby Box’ Giveaway

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In January, New Jersey became the first state to launch a safe-infant sleep education program that also involves free cardboard “baby boxes”... Read more

Assembly Hopes Senate Will Go Along with PARCC Rollback

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As it has before, the state Assembly yesterday moved to limit the reach and impact of PARCC testing in New Jersey’s public schools. And as... Read more