The messages are being attributed to the Mendham Borough Republican Committee
Revised bill is designed to encourage reuse and keep plastics out of the environment, landfills, incinerators
Scientists want to learn more about links between ‘forever chemicals’ and ill-health
Opinion: NJ voters seem certain to approve legalizing marijuana. Get ready for a battle over how to regulate it
Expect ‘protracted and quarrelsome’ rule-making in Trenton, with private-interest and pressure groups working overtime to influence the process
The state has a preliminary plan for vaccine distribution, and it hinges on buy-in from the public
Receiving the flu shot could reduce the number of influenza–related hospitalizations and doctor visits, allowing medical professionals to focus on coronavirus-related cases.
Incumbent Democratic Rep. Mikie Sherrill and Republican tax lawyer Rosemary Becchi are battling it out in New Jersey's 11th Congressional District.
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