Food stamps program was renamed, in part, to reflect Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program’s focus on healthier diet
As ‘grandfathered’ plans fade, however, more will be affected by new health coverage regulations
Before the first person steps aboard a carnival ride, NJ has certified, registered, and inspected it, and made sure it complies with 137 pages of ...
Aging power plants, pipelines blocked from crossing protected land, financing schemes that won't fly -- it's not just a matter of throwing a switch
Point-in-time count reveals that nearly 14,000 men, women, and children had no place to call home -- excluding tent encampments, abandoned buildings, and the like ...
Controversial exams tied to Common Core Standards scheduled to debut in NJ during next school year
Advocates say it would force shooters to reload more frequently; foes say larger clips help law-abiding citizens defend themselves
NJ trails country in percentage of seniors who choose private insurance plans
Can ambitious plans transform Rutgers into 'one of the nation's great universities?'
The Garden State has chosen to appoint rather than elect judges, but that doesn't keep politics out of the process
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