Commission Weighs Rules to Allow Drilling in Delaware River Basin

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The Delaware River Basin Commission is continuing to examine rules that might allow natural-gas drilling in the basin. And while it isn’t close... Read more

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A new program, called SAIL (Statewide Assistance Infrastructure Loan), has been set up to provide low-interest bridge loans that enable infrastructure... Read more

Cops, Firefighters Could Pull Pensions from NJ Public-Employee System

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While New Jersey’s public-employee pension system was recently ranked the worst-funded state retirement plan in the country, the individual... Read more

VW Emissions Settlement Could Be Windfall for NJ Push for Cleaner Air

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The state is beginning to map out how it will spend the $65.3 million it is entitled to stemming from a settlement involving Volkswagen’s cheating... Read more

Push to Expand Public Preschool Likely to Be Part of Budget Battle

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As the state Legislature’s budget deliberations start up again this week, one topic that is sure to get a lot of attention — including on the... Read more

Op-Ed: Sale of NJ’s Airwaves Could Address Local News Crisis

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There’s a local news crisis in New Jersey. Nearly 2,000 journalists and media professionals throughout New Jersey have lost their jobs over... Read more

Poor, Elderly Stand to Be Hardest Hit Under GOP Healthcare Plan

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The lowest-income New Jerseyans of all ages, and most of those 60 and older, regardless of income, would be the biggest losers under the Republican... Read more

Christie Claims Credit for 60,800 NJ Jobs Gained in 2016

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New Jersey continued a long-running streak of economic growth last year, but the state also added far more private-sector jobs in 2016 than... Read more