Both approaches have gotten a lot of press of late, here's a way to cut through the doubletalk
Higher interest rates resulting from shaky credit status means it will cost more for the state to borrow money
Once viewed as a pioneering initiative, New Jersey’s approach now assailed by many as usurping community’s role
Pilot project offers incentives for reducing costs while better coordinating patient care
Programs and plans are in place, but it seems ever more obvious that the state is going to miss its targets, typically by a wide ...
The Garden State has the country's highest percentage of foreclosures among mortgaged homes -- and that's just the beginning
Shore communities consider structural safeguards to make themselves safer from future storms
Despite continued support from voters, open-space preservation is flat broke, and it may take a constitutional amendment to bring it back to life
Complicated and sometimes almost contradictory, the path from draft bill to new legislation is long and winding
1992 law’s effect on premiums inspired ACA insurance-coverage mandate intended to rein in prices
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