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Dollar For Dollar - Gender Pay-Equity Law Signed By Gov. Murphy

Legislation also bars companies from punishing employees who discuss their pay with colleagues, allows workers to sue for triple damages if they can prove discrimination.

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Which New Jersey Hospitals Are The Safest? Here Are The Results Of A New National Survey

Fewer hospitals in New Jersey earned an "A" for patient safety in the latest national report card released Tuesday. 

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Hospital Aid Remains Stable, Following Years Of Cuts

But charity care for mostly urban hospitals would be beefed up by Murphy’s decision not to take money away from the program.

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PARCC's Long Goodbye Won't End Standardized Tests In New Jersey

Standardized testing season is now well underway in New Jersey schools, with students setting aside their regular schedules for a few weeks of the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers exams.

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Bill Targeting Route 130 Pedestrian Dangers Advances In NJ Senate

TRENTON – A bill inspired by the death of a Burlington City teen who was struck and killed by a passing motorist on Route 130 two years ago advanced from the Senate recently.

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Lawmakers Want Voters To Approve $1B Bond Issue For School Safety And Vo-Techs

Original bond was for $500M to upgrade NJ’s vocational-technical and community colleges, but legislators want to double it to improve school security.

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Opinion: Saving The ACA, One Step At A Time

New Jersey lawmakers have passed two bills that would maintain important features of the Affordable Care Act.

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'Day Of Reckoning Has Come' - NJ School Aid Change Likely In June

State lawmakers appeared to get a public acknowledgement Tuesday from Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration that school aid figures are going to be recalculated for the 2018-19 school year.

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$350M At Stake For New Jersey In Landmark Supreme Court Case About Online Shopping

It’s only fitting that the U.S. Supreme Court will spend part of Tax Day hearing oral arguments in one of the most significant tax cases in years.

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NJ Readies Individual Mandate, Reinsurance Ahead Of Bill Signing

The mandate and reinsurance program are intended to help stabilize New Jersey’s individual insurance market to stave off premium hikes expected because of the federal tax reform law’s elimination of the penalty on individuals who fail to obtain adequate coverage.

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