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After Passing A Stopgap Budget, Gov. Phil Murphy And Lawmakers Must Find Billions By October

With more than $2 billion in funding obligations deferred until October, what now — tax hikes, spending cuts?

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Backlog Of Complaints Raises Questions About NJ’s Ability To Inspect Long-Term Care Facilities

Even before COVID-19, complaints piled up of challenging conditions, inadequate care, insufficient staff

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NJ Senate Bill Helps Environmental-Justice Communities Block Further Pollution

Measure, which won early support from governor, allows overburdened communities to consider cumulative effect of pollution when another ‘dirty’ project is proposed

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NJ Primary Elections 2020: Everything You Need To Know

We’ve got information on the contests and the politics as well as practical information to help voters check their registration, district details, and voting options

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MVC Agencies Reopen Next Week. Here’s What Drivers Need To Know.

If there’s an indication of demand for the state Motor Vehicle Commission’s agencies to reopen, it might be the people who showed up at the Bakers Basin agency in Lawrence Township on Tuesday, looking for answers, even though it won’t open for another six days.

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N.J. To Require 14-Day Quarantine For Travelers Coming From States Where Coronavirus Cases Are Spiking

Travelers coming to New Jersey from states where coronavirus cases are spiking must quarantine for 14 days, according to a new travel advisory announced by Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday.

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Video: Lawmaker Herb Conaway Discusses Efforts To Close Racial Gap In Health Care

Chair of Assembly Health Committee wants a task force to explore why minority communities have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19

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Murphy Backs Plan To Protect N.J. Low-Income Communities From More Pollution

As the nation celebrates Juneteenth, the day commemorating when slavery finally ended in America, Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday announced he’s throwing his support behind a long-stalled proposal to strengthen environmental protections for low-income communities with large minority populations in New Jersey.

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Murphy Endorses Burlington County Lawmaker’s Environmental Justice Measure

Gov. Phil Murphy rarely weighs in about legislation before it reaches his desk, but he chose to make an unusual public endorsement of a long-stalled environmental justice bill.

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Many Families Will Lose Their Homes Unless The Legislature Acts Soon | Opinion

These are hard times for New Jersey.

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