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Judge Block's NJ's New Dark-Money Law, Citing Concerns About Constitutionality

Conservative and liberal advocacy groups line up behind temporary injunction; Murphy camp point out that governor was always concerned that bill was unconstitutional as written

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Judge Agrees To Block NJ's Donor Disclosure Law

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday agreed to hold up New Jersey’s recent political donor disclosure law in response to a lawsuit brought by a think tank founded by the Koch brothers.

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Administration Pushes Student-Testing Plan Ahead, Despite Opposition

Sen. Ruiz, head of Senate education committee, leaves no doubt about opinion, ‘I absolutely do not support these changes’

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New State Effort To Ramp Up Electric Vehicle Usage

Board of Public Utilities plans to create a $30 million rebate program to help alleviate consumers’ concerns about higher price of cleaner cars
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NJ's Public Worker Pension System Is The Worst-Funded In The Nation. Again.

New Jersey’s pension fund for government workers remains the most severely underfunded in the nation even though the state is pumping more and more money into the system each year, a new survey says.

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Water Accountability Review Reveals Pervasive Nature Of NJ Infrastructure Woes

Newark and its lead-leaching water service pipes may dominate the headlines, but infrastructure problems in aging drinking-water systems are pervasive all across the Garden State.

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State Investment Council Runs 2019 Numbers On Public-Worker Pensions

Review reveals a mixed lot: return on investment remains right on the money, but gains missed assumed rate of return for first time since 2016, while overall pension valuation dips.

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Will Trump's Clean-Water Rollback Imperil NJ's Small Streams, Wetlands?

Experts are divided, but one possible outcome could make New Jersey more vulnerable to water pollution from other states.

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STEM Teachers Could Get Up To $20K In College Loan Aid

Senate passes legislation to give STEM educators a hand with paying off existing student loans or help funding advanced degrees.

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PSEG Joins Battle Against Repeal Of Obama-Era Curb On Power Plant Pollution

Nine of the largest power companies in the country, including PSEG, have filed suit to stop a rollback of a rule that would limit emissions from power plants.

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