Area designated in 2004 for strict new controls on development encompasses 860,000 acres in 88 municipalities
Grid operator touches every aspect of power production, from which plants are in service to how much customers pay to keep their lights on.
Complicated and controversial, President Barack Obama's ACA is on track to revise and remake healthcare in the United States
Charter schools are nothing if not controversial, but what's beneath the chatter?
With so few private firms offering flood insurance, the NFIP can help homeowners and businesses protect their property and, when necessary, rebuild for greater resilience.
Over-reliance on borrowing for TTF exacerbates state’s long-term debt burden
Online marketplaces may have biggest impact as Affordable Care Act reshapes healthcare in America
A small tax -- at least for consumers -- on monthly utility bills that raises millions for a variety of projects and programs.
In 1975, Mount Laurel was the first ruling in the country to prohibit communities from enacting 'exclusionary zoning' practices.
A series of state Supreme Court rulings starting in 1985, Abbott v. Burke continues to shape and reshape education -- especially for New Jersey's poorest ...
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