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Lawmakers Push To Create More Accountability In Foreclosures

Foreclosed homes have become a common scene in parts of Jersey. The state’s foreclosure rate remains the worst in the nation, according to ATTOM Data Solutions.

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Retirement Savings Law Bold. But Needed | Jersey Journal Editorial

“The ‘Golden Years’ aren’t so golden.’’

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Trenton Tackles NJ's Foreclosure Rate, Down But Still Highest In Nation

According to state officials, there are 20,000 active foreclosure cases currently making their way through the courts

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Dark Money Disclosure Bill Advanced To Gov. Phil Murphy's Desk

Murphy has expressed support requiring disclosure but has not indicated if he would sign the legislation as written.

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NJ Pension System Unlikely To Meet FY2019 7.5% Assumed Rate Of Return

Investments generated just under 2 percent for first eight months of current fiscal year, according to new figures released by New Jersey State Investment Council

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Trump's New Vow To Kill Obamacare Would Force Another 600K N.J. Residents To Go Without Health Insurance

WASHINGTON — The number of New Jerseyans who don’t have health insurance would grow by 595,000 under President Donald Trump’s plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act, according to a new study.

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Polluters Abuse N.J.'s Poor. New Law Will Give People The Power To Stop Them. | Editorial

The color of your skin or the thickness of your wallet shouldn’t determine your ability to breathe clean air.

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Murphy Announces State To Take Control Of Obamacare Exchange

Governor says move would allow more New Jerseyans get access to better, affordable ACA health insurance

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Lawmakers Race To OK SALT Cap Workaround For Small Businesses

The cap is likely the most controversial component of the federal tax overhaul approved by the GOP-controlled Congress and President Donald Trump at the end of 2017, as it limits how much residents in high-tax states like New Jersey can write off from their state income and local property taxes.

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SCI Probe Raises Questions About State Oversight Of Hospitals

NJ’s watchdog agency finds complex web of corporate and financial ties in entities connected to three for-profit hospitals in Hudson County

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