Will NJ’s Top Court Boost Affordable-Housing Requirements?

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The New Jersey Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments over whether the number of affordable homes municipalities must provide over the... Read more

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New Jersey is nothing if not decentralized. There are more operating school districts (586) than there are municipalities (565). And there... Read more

Is Criminal Justice in NJ About to Become an Unfunded Mandate?

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As New Jersey prepares to implement a major overhaul of its criminal justice system in January, county governments will attempt to block the... Read more

Separation Anxiety: How Deportation Divides Immigrant Families

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Clemente Pacaja is a naturalized citizen. He is married, but has been forced to act as a single father, raising his teenage daughter by himself... Read more

JCP&L Files with Feds, Seeking to Boost Transmission Rates

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Jersey Central Power & Light is seeking to boost its transmission rates in a filing before a federal agency, sparking opposition from state... Read more

Trump’s Pick For Health Wants Big Changes To Medicare, Medicaid

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Healthcare experts have been bracing for major changes given President-elect Donald Trump’s plans to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, but... Read more

Down on the Urban Farm in Newark

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Government agencies and nonprofits can’t supply all that is missing from the lives of inner city children, but with imagination, donations... Read more

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Small business takes the brunt of the $147 billion that large U.S. corporations gain by dodging taxes in various overseas tax havens, according... Read more