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Report finds NJ ranks 49th among states on pay equity for Latinas
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New Jersey looks to improve electrical network and speed steps to get solar online
Money, attention focused on District 16, one of the few with hot races this November
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First public hearing draws backers hoping wind farms will help New Jersey curb climate change
There’s a new vaccine mandate from the Murphy administration. Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order requiring that any workers employed under a state government ...
Rate of incarceration is 12.5 times more for Black residents than for white residents
Officials hope updated federal guidelines will lead to increase
Many office buildings have been demolished to make way for warehouses
Gov. Murphy says the state’s Rt is among the lowest in the nation
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