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Bill Expanding Disclosure Of Online Breaches Now Law

Now the requirement includes usernames, email addresses, and any passwords or security questions and answers that would permit access to an online account.

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NJ Makes Move To Recruit More Men Of Color As Teachers

New Jersey is more diverse than the nation, yet the state’s teacher ranks are a long way from reflecting that diversity

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Gov. Murphy Signs Legislation Aimed To Protect New Jersey Animals

 - On Tuesday, Gov. Phil Murphy signed a pair of bills into law that aim to further protect animals across New Jersey.

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Tiny Houses In NJ: These Homes Could Be A Big Solution For Expensive Housing

In a 32-by-10 trailer, Amanda and Andrew Riddles have made a tiny home for themselves and their three children in Egg Harbor Township, Atlantic County.

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Murphy Defends Taking $33M From Needy Firefighter Fund. Lawmakers Are Outraged.

Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday defended his plan to siphon $33 million from a relief fund for New Jersey firefighters in need as the move drew outrage from first responders and state lawmakers.

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Murphy Drops $33M Budget Diversion After Getting Flamed By Firefighters

Governor finds plan to siphon cash from dedicated fund that assists needy first responders and their families too hot to handle

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Murphy Signs Bill To Improve Safety In Sign Fabrication, Manufacturing Facilities

Gov. Phil Murphy signed Senate Bill 3072 into law Tuesday to improve safety precautions in sign fabrication and manufacturing facilities.

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Gov. Murphy Nixes Plan To Divert #33M From Firefighters Relief Fund

Facing a backlash from firefighters and state lawmakers, the Democratic governor announced Tuesday plans to amend his budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year to eliminate the proposed $33 million diversion from the New Jersey Firemen’s Association to the state’s general fund.

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State Librarian Says Regulations Almost Ready For 2017 Library Bond Act

Voters overwhelmingly approved borrowing the $125 million in November 2017, but since then libraries have been forced to wait for over a year for the state to release criteria and regulations spelling out how to apply for the funding.

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NJ's Troubled Public-Worker Pension System Is Actually Getting Healthier. Here's What The Latest Numbers Show.

New Jersey’s gaping public-worker pension hole continued to improve slightly last year, even as the state contributed billions of dollars less than recommended by pension actuaries.

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