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Baby On The Way? NJ Just Made It Easier To Get Family Leave, Temporary Disability

New Jersey residents expecting babies just got a boost under a pair of laws that took effect Monday.

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NJ MVC Starts 'Phased Rollout' Of Federally Required Real ID Driver's Licenses

Years after Congress first imposed the requirement and well behind most other states, New Jersey is making so-called Real ID drivers licenses available to the public, ahead of the October 2020 deadline when a standard license will no longer work to get past security checkpoints at the nation’s airports.

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Time Running Short For NJ Seniors To Apply For Property Tax Relief

The program provides eligible seniors and disabled residents with reimbursement checks for any property tax increases they pay above the year they enrolled in the program.

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State Board Of Education Postpones Vote On New Student Testing Plan

Members, divided on the issue, face Nov. 6 deadline; commissioner warns of unilateral action

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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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