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NJ Wants Residents To Know Much Sooner If Their Water Is Polluted With Lead

Property owners in New Jersey may learn much more quickly if tests show high levels of lead flowing through the pipes bringing water into their homes.

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Water Quality Legislation Passes Senate

Trenton – Two pieces of legislation sponsored by Senate Urban and Community Affairs Chair Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Linda Greenstein, which would address concerns about water infrastructure and water quality in New Jersey, passed the Senate today.

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Singleton, Turner Bill To Assess Spread Pricing Among Pharmacy Benefits Managers Cleared Senate

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Shirley Turner, which would create more financial transparency in spread pricing among pharmacy benefits managers (PBM) within the Medicaid program, cleared the Senate today.

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Governor Hosts Roundtable Discussion On Health Care Affordability

BURLINGTON – Gov. Phil Murphy, alongside consumers, health care providers, and cabinet officials, Feb. 3 hosted a roundtable discussion on health care affordability in New Jersey. 

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Gov. Murphy: Transparency Can Help Bring Down Health Care Costs

The new Office of Health Care Affordability and Transparency will be charged with working across all state agencies to develop a strategic plan for “consumer affordability, health care quality, cost transparency and taxpayer savings,” the Governor’s Office said.

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Explainer: The Plan To Dramatically Reduce NJ’s Reliance On Fossil Fuels

The state’s energy mix is supposed to look much different by 2050; revised plan outlines clear requirements for clean energy

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State Senate Panel Recommends Changes To New Jersey’s Water Quality Law

A state Senate panel has recommended that changes be made to New Jersey’s water quality law.

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Can NJ Bring Down The Cost Of Prescription Drugs? Sen. Troy Singleton Thinks It Can

The latest effort to rein in sky-high drug prices was unveiled Monday by Sen. Troy Singleton, D-7 of Delran, and calls for the creation of a drug affordability board with the authority to recommend caps on the price of certain prescription drugs it finds are excessive. A second bill would require the state Department of Treasury to seek to enter into bulk purchasing arrangements for the most-frequently needed drugs of state employees and Medicaid recipients.

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With EMP, Related Proposals, Murphy Signals Full Speed Ahead For Clean Energy NJ

The governor releases new Energy Master Plan, but guidance on building ‘green’ and cutting greenhouse-gas emissions draw most fire from critics

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Singleton Bill Assists Ex-Offenders In Finding Employment Clears Committee

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton, which would help former offenders enter the workforce, cleared the Senate Commerce Committee today.

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