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Relief That $125M For Upgrades To NJ Libraries Finally On The Horizon

Pent-up demand for improvements; officials expect to be swamped by applications from across the state

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DEP: Bordentown Must Redo Lead Corrosion Plan

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is also requiring the Bordentown City Water Department to conduct laboratory studies on its pipes, or cite studies of similar water systems, expand its water quality testing, consider all potential treatment options, and evaluate iron and manganese within the system because of ongoing lead issues.

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Lieutenant Governor Signs Singleton, Cunningham Bill To Assist Homeless Veterans And Veterans At Risk Of Homelessness Into Law

Resolution Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the American Legion also Signed into Law

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Hospital Housing Initiative Grows Beyond Expectations, Funding Too

At least six partnerships bringing housing to neighborhoods surrounding hospitals are expected to be underway by this time next year

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NJ Signs Multistate Nursing Licensing Compact

The Garden State will partner with 33 other states to address its nursing shortage, which is the third most severe in the U.S.

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NJ Will Let Terminally Ill Patients Decide When It's Time To Die, Beginning Thursday

Susan Boyce of Rumson was only 42 when she was diagnosed with a slow-moving, incurable disease that some day will make breathing impossible and strip her immune system’s armor.

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Where Are Teachers Of Color As Schools Try To Serve Students Of Color?

A new approach called ‘social-emotional learning’ helps students form meaningful relationships with teachers, a key to improving grades and attitudes

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New Law Could Limit Projected Nursing Shortage In NJ

New Jersey is projected to have the third worst nursing shortage nationwide by the year 2030.

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NJ Wants Colleges To Explain What The Heck Students Are Paying For

New Jersey hasn’t been able to rein in the rising cost of higher education, but it at least wants colleges to better explain why they cost so much money.

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NJ Public Schools Are Ranked Second Best In The Nation

A majority of U.S. families depend on public education to educate their children, and with the Every Student Succeeds Act shaping curriculums WalletHub.com conducted a study to determine where the states rank in best schools.

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