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Bucco/Oroho/Singleton Bill To Give Small Business Owners The Power To Cut Red Tape Passes Committee

Bipartisan bill would allow employers to challenge State Regulations that make it difficult to run a business in New Jersey

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Want To Dispute Onerous Rules? Bill Would Allow Small Businesses To Do Just That

There already are laws in place to help cut red tape for small businesses, but there is nowhere for employers to turn when they feel burdened by government rules.

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Has Bail Reform Been A Success? Check The Crime Numbers, Then Decide | Editorial

The new bail system that kicked in 23 months ago, lest anyone forget, had its critics. In particular, the powerful bail bond industry spent years spewing forecasts of civic mayhem, arousing fear that revolving doors in our jails would trigger a crime spike that will surely turn New Jersey into a giant Detroit.

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Delran Innovation 'Fab Lab' Being Created In High School's Former Auto Shop

DELRAN – There was a very good reason for state Commissioner of Education Lamont O. Repollet to return to a place he did not have fond memories of.

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How Democrats Can Deliver On Health Care

“Democrats need to have a positive agenda, not just be against Donald Trump.” How many times did you hear pundits say something like that during the midterm campaigns?

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Federal Report On Climate Change Has Grim Warnings For New Jersey

There’s no sugarcoating the conclusions of major document. It underlines threats to health and well-being in the Northeast.

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Independent Spending On 2018 NJ Congressional Races More Than Triples Previous High

Spending by independent, outside groups reached an all-time high of $49 million in this year’s Congressional elections in New Jersey.  

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Grewal Issues New Rules For How Law Enforcement Handles Sexual Assault Cases

Governor had asked for a review of existing protocols amid controversy over the hiring of a key official accused of sexual assault by another administration official.

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Bill Banning Shark Fin Sales Advances In NJ Legislature

A bill banning the sale of shark fins in New Jersey waters has advanced in the state Legislature.

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One-Stop System To Give NJ Seniors, Disabled Access To Medical, Other Programs

There’s now a single online entryway through which New Jersey seniors and disabled residents can sign up for public programs in one go. It’s called NJSave.

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