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Singleton Calls On Murphy Administration To Act Swiftly To Protect NJ Workers’ Overtime Pay

Says New Jersey should ‘modernize’ its salary threshold by increasing it to $55,000 by 2022

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Murphy Signs Law To Automatically Enroll Workers Into Retirement Savings Plans

Gov. Phil Murphy signed the New Jersey Secure Choice Savings Program Act during a ceremony at the Saddle Brook Seniors Center in Bergen County. He said the new law would help provide a more secure future for some 1.7 million private sector workers in the state who aren’t currently offered retirement plans. That amounts to about half of the state’s private sector workforce.

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AARP Applauds Enactment Of NJ Secure Choice Savings Program

With Governor Murphy’s signature, 1.7 million private sector workers can look forward to a more secure financial future

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State's Legal Personnel Take Questions In Senate Budget Hearings

Attorney General Gurbir Grewal has visited all 21 counties to hear about police-community relations.

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Will New Energy Master Plan Make Fossil Fuel A Dinosaur In New Jersey?

Murphy and BPU president Fiordaliso play it cagey when answering questions about the role of fossil fuel in governor’s clean-energy agenda

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Paying To Preserve Our Nuclear Plants Is Money Well Spent, Legislator Says

Last April, I was proud to be part of a bipartisan coalition of state legislators who started New Jersey on the path toward a clean, climate-friendly electric grid. By wide margins, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle approved a package of clean energy bills that were drafted to ensure our state will benefit from a carbon-free energy supply by 2050.

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Clean Water Projects: DEP Agrees Additional State Funding Needed

The necessity for water infrastructure improvements in New Jersey is expected to outpace available financing

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State DEP: Getting Lead Out Of NJ Water Pipes Could Cost $2.3 Billion

Some 350,000 supply lines bringing drinking water to New Jersey residents are thought to have lead components

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Legislators Question Labor, Environment Commissioners On FY 2020 Budget

New Jersey’s Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo says he’s building a more responsive, more consumer-friendly department.

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Amid Lingering Concerns, State Report On Bail Reform Notes Successes

A report by the state judiciary shows that fears of ‘chaos’ and ‘mayhem’ have failed to come to fruition

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