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PARCC Peace Breaks Out: Compromise Is Reached On High School Testing

Commissioner Repollet and State Board of Education agree on fewer tests, more flexibility. Questions remain.

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Reversal Of Course On Controversial Brewery Regulations

A contentious directive, meant to severely limit the activities of craft breweries in New Jersey, has been suspended after a large outcry.

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NJ Lawmakers Seek More Control Over Price Of Prescriptions

Taking a page out of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ book, state Sen. Troy Singleton wants to peg cost of drugs here to what drug companies charge in some industrialized countries.

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Latest Opioid Data: Good And Bad News For New Jersey

Fewer prescriptions are being written in the Garden State but overdose deaths show no sign of abating.

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Murphy Says New NJ Craft Brewery Restrictions Hard To Swallow

Gov. Phil Murphy says he's a Budweiser guy. In other words, his beer of choice comes from one of the nation's largest breweries.

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Murphy's Technology-Driven Tomorrow Starts With $500M Venture Capital Fund

In major policy address, governor envisions 300,000 new jobs by 2025, says aggressive clean-energy goals and increased financial aid for community college will help state reach that number.

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Schools Should Be Required To Screen Teens For Depression

What is more horrifying than knowing that 84 of New Jersey's young people took their own lives between 2013 and 2015?

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NJ's 88 Craft Breweries Were Having Too Much Fun, So The State Just Slapped New Rules On Them

Say goodbye to weekly trivia nights, food truck Fridays and Eagles on the TV at your local craft brewery.

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New Jersey Cracks Down On Events Hosted By Microbreweries

When lawmakers passed a law six years ago allowing microbreweries to serve their products in-house and sell more beer to go, they hoped to give New Jersey’s fledgling craft beer industry a boost.

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Report: Numbers Of NJ Foreclosures Down To Lowest Point Since Housing Market Collapse

The report from the Special Committee on Residential Foreclosures made 17 recommendations ranging from improving public outreach and understanding of the foreclosure process to changes the Legislature and courts might consider to improve the further streamline the process and assist homeowners.

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