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State Superior Court Hears Arguments In Lawsuit Over School Testing

It could all come down to interpretation of a few words in case concerning replacement of old high school graduation exams with PARCC assessment.

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Murphy Pledges $50M To Sandy Homeowners Still Rebuilding 6 Years Later

Governor travels to Union Beach, announces program to provide no-interest loans to folks unable to move back home because they’re still rebuilding.

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How To Fix South Jersey's 'Toxic' Foreclosure Program

Options presented for what legislators, nonprofits and private sector could do to ‘prevent further damage to our neighborhoods and communities’.

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Local Politicians Educate Young Voters At RCBC

At Rowan College at Burlington County’s Educate Your Vote forum, local politicians emphasized the importance of voting and engaging in the political process.

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Nearly All NJ Workers Will Be Entitled To Paid Sick Leave Very Soon. Here's What You Need To Know.

For about 1.2 million people in New Jersey, taking a sick day from work means forfeiting a day's pay. It may even mean jeopardizing a job.

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Setting Out To Fix Major Flaws In The Way New Jersey Funds Higher Education

Lawmakers and administration embark on reorganization to make college more affordable and to improve access and equity.

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NJ Senate Resolution Backs Rancocas Creek Water Trail Efforts

The resolution, sponsored by state Sen. Troy Singleton, D-7th of Palmyra, supports the efforts of the nonprofit Rancocas Pathways to earn the creek the national designation.

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Shaping Up For A Big Fight In NJ On Question Of Right To A Clean Environment

Supporters seek voter approval for constitutional amendment to copperfasten people’s right. Opponents warn of endless litigation and a stifling of economic development.

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Legislation Would Give Disabled Veterans Who Rent Tax Credit

Legislation sponsored by Senators Anthony Bucco, R-25th of Boonton, and Troy Singleton, D-7th of Palmyra, to create the credit was advanced by the Senate Military and Veterans Affairs Committee last week with unanimous support and now goes to the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee for consideration.

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New Jersey Ranked 'Most Improved' State For Energy Efficiency

Garden State nabs 18th spot in nationwide analysis, up five places from 2017 assessment.

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