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Hillary. Trump. Ted. Bernie. There was no shortage of high-wattage personalities at this year’s presidential primaries, and it brought people... Read more

Loopholes Let Criminals, Gangsters Steal into NJ Recycling Industry

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The state needs to close loopholes to keep organized crime and felons out of the recycling industry, a lawmaker said yesterday, citing a State... Read more

Senate President’s Failure to Act On Pension Amendment Enrages Public Unions

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New Jersey’s teachers are promising to have a long memory after Senate President Stephen Sweeney didn’t clear the way yesterday to put a proposed... Read more

Senators Unload on State Student Loan Agency, Outraged by Its Policies

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At least two New Jersey state senators say the state should scrap its major student loan program, called "predatory" and "loan sharking" during... Read more

Surgeon General Says Doctors, Nurses ‘First Line Of Defense’ in Opiate Crisis

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Physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers are the first line of defense in the battle against addiction and the Surgeon General, the... Read more

Explainer: Effort to Encourage Doctor-Patient Conversations on Addiction

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A growing number of addicts in New Jersey — and across America — stumbled into their disease after they became hooked on prescription pain... Read more

State Allows Newark to Measure Academic Achievements in New Ways

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The Christie administration took some big steps in the past week to return the state-run Newark public schools to local control, in ways both... Read more

Opinion: The Fear Factor and Sweeney’s Decision to Hold His Pension Amendment

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Conventional wisdom has it that state Senate President Steve Sweeney’s signature legislative initiative — a constitutional amendment to guarantee... Read more