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NJ Assembly approves bill dedicating higher fines to pedestrian safety

New Jersey lawmakers approved legislation Thursday to fund pedestrian safety improvements with higher traffic fines.

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Obama returning to South Jersey on Monday

President Barack Obama is poised to make a return visit to South Jersey next week. Obama will visit Camden on Monday to meet with law enforcement officers and young people, and hear how the Camden County Police Department works to force relationships with the community, the White House said Thursday.

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N.J. lawmakers plan consumer bill to protect against surprise medical bills

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N.J. lawmakers seek to rein in soaring out-of-network health care costs

Acting to rein in business practices insurance companies say lead to more than $1 billion in excessive health care costs every year, a group of state lawmakers Thursday introduced a long-awaited bill that limits how much out-of-network hospitals and doctors can charge for their services in New Jersey.

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Lawmakers unveil out-of-network health care reform bill

The landmark out-of-network reform bill introduced Thursday by several top Democratic lawmakers sent health care providers and insurers into immediate spin mode, with each side pleading its case on the controversial issue.

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CHRISTIE VETOES BILL SEEKING TO DOCUMENT EFFECTIVENESS OF CORPORATE TAX BREAKS

Governor rejects call for annual review of billions in tax incentives, prefers ‘more holistic’ approach to assessing whether program’s paying dividends

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EDITORIAL: Require accounting of governor's 'allowance'

The state sets aside $95,000 a year for the governor to entertain in the course of his official duties. But accounting of exactly how those funds are used is not required.

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Christie vetoes bill scrutinizing corporate tax breaks

Gov. Chris Christie on Monday conditionally vetoed a bill that would calibrate how New Jersey measures whether its corporate tax incentives are effective.

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Christie conditionally vetoes tax break report legislation

Governor Christie on Tuesday conditionally vetoed a bill that would require New Jersey to more thoroughly assess the effectiveness of the programs that have awarded companies billions of dollars in tax breaks in recent years.

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Christie signs legislation to aid military students, update child safety seat law

Gov. Chris Christie has signed legislation intended to aid school districts with large populations of students from military families, as well as separate legislation to update the state's child safety seat law.

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