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South Jersey Students Get Civics Lesson In Push For Legislation Making Cranberry Juice State Beverage

Students in Erin Zarzycki’s fourth-grade class want New Jersey to have an official beverage — and have persuaded their local lawmakers to back their proposal making cranberry juice a state symbol.

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NJ Lawmaker Wants Quicker Warnings About Lead In Drinking Water

If a New Jersey water company or utility discovers elevated levels of lead in its drinking water supply, federal law requires the information to be given to customers within 60 days.

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Fine Print: New Guidelines Spell Out How NJ’s Equal-Pay Law Should Work

Equal-pay protections were revamped in 2018, giving New Jersey the strongest such rules in the United States

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Murphy’s Plan For NJ Transit: Where The Money’s Going To Come From

Governor’s plan for boosting the agency’s funding relies on continued diversions from Turnpike Authority and Clean Energy Fund

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N.J. Considering Diversity Fund To Boost Minority-Owned Businesses

Minority-led start-ups can face several hurdles to stay alive let alone thrive — even in one of the most diverse states in the nation.

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NJ Lawmakers Revisiting Ban On Declawing Cats

The bill from state Sen. Troy Singleton, D-7 of Delran, would prohibit veterinarians in the Garden State from declawing any cat except under select circumstances where the procedure is necessary for the animal’s health.

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Singer/Singleton Legislation Gives Back To Military Men And Women

Legislation sponsored by Senator Robert Singer and Senator Troy Singleton would provide legal help at no cost to service members and veterans. The Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee approved the bill today.

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Singer/Singleton Measure To Increase Career Opportunities For Military Spouses Advances

Senator Robert Singer and Senator Troy Singleton’s legislation to waive occupational licensing fees for active-duty military spouses has passed the Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee.

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Environmental-Justice Bill Would Curb Pollution In ‘Burdened Communities’

Before new facilities could be built that add to toxic stress on a community, cumulative impacts of pollution would have to be determined

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In Annual Budget Address, Murphy Proposes 5% Hike In State Spending

First-term governor renews call to extend rate now paid by richest households to all who make earn more than $1 million

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