Does the Garden State suffer from a ‘kindergarten gap’ that could hold back the state’s youngest students?
The DEP claims its new sewer-planning proposal gives local authorities more say in the process, but environmentalists call it another rollback
NJ students taking the online exams this year will do it in single testing period, rather than two separate sessions
… and why lawmakers are on the verge of doing it for the first time in nearly 20 years
Far-reaching legislation and a constitutional amendment guarantee array of rights and provide support during criminal-justice process
With roots stretching at least to the 17th century, the Garden State’s unique system of freeholders, sheriffs, and surrogates can be a challenge
Horizon’s new OMNIA insurance plan spurs healthcare policy debates and legislative action
The state has made significant progress in the push to clean up air pollution, but much more remains to be done
Taking a look at New Jersey’s 401(k)-type public-employee deferred compensation plan
The NJ Highlands Council is supposed to issue a monitoring report every six years. Is it living up to its responsibilities?
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