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July 2, 2019
Experts discuss increasing access to medical marijuana and the prospects of legalizing recreational adult use while ensuring social justice
June 27, 2019
What skills do graduates need to succeed beyond high school? Policy, college and business leaders discuss the expectations
June 26, 2019
At NJ Spotlight roundtable, experts explore expansion of medical marijuana program and what’s possible for adult-use after a measure for legalizing it failed
June 24, 2019
In NJ Spotlight roundtable, college and business leaders detail what they see as the important skills for those preparing for further studies and careers
June 21, 2019
An NJ Spotlight roundtable on the effort to legalize adult-use marijuana, increase access to medical marijuana and ensure social justice. You can watch a livestream of the discussion
June 18, 2019
The second NJ Spotlight roundtable in the “Defining the Diploma” series takes place today. If you can’t attend, you can still watch a livestream of the discussion
June 13, 2019
There’s general agreement a new state law could lead to big reductions in energy use and big savings for customers, but there’s far less agreement on how those goals will be achieved
June 5, 2019
It’s proving a challenge to increase energy efficiency in New Jersey. Watch a livestream of today’s NJ Spotlight roundtable on the issue, starting at 8:30 a.m.
June 5, 2019
After decades of political wrangling and practical stalemate, are things beginning to shift for affordable housing in New Jersey? An NJ Spotlight roundtable
June 3, 2019
At NJ Spotlight roundtable, assemblywoman makes case for resurrecting Council on Affordable Housing, but advocates say current court-controlled process must continue
May 31, 2019
The history and the possibilities of affordable housing in the Garden State: Watch livestream of NJ Spotlight’s roundtable on the issue
March 27, 2019
Can people’s final days be improved with clearer documentation of their wishes and a more coordinated approach involving families and healthcare professionals?
March 26, 2019
Experts at NJ Spotlight roundtable answer in the affirmative, note benefits of aid-in-dying laws
March 22, 2019
Is it possible for New Jersey to get to a carbon-free economy by 2050? Experts discuss the pathways and the pitfalls
March 18, 2019
NJ Spotlight roundtable is told climate change will be the big driver of changes in how energy is applied, delivered and used in the state and elsewhere
March 15, 2019
Commissioner Repollet and high school principals talk about the move away from PARCC and other central questions concerning graduation in NJ
March 12, 2019
‘We are moving away from PARCC, and we are doing it methodically,’ Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet tells NJ Spotlight roundtable
March 7, 2019
What should high school in New Jersey accomplish for students and communities? Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet joins the first of a four-part series of roundtables on the state of our education
February 28, 2019
Schools across New Jersey have tested positive for lead in their drinking water. What can be done to remedy the problem?
December 21, 2018
NJ Spotlight and United Ways of New Jersey brought together top lawmakers and thought leaders to discuss ways to stem the growing tide of financial instability among working families
December 13, 2018
New Jersey has led efforts to keep PFAS, a class of toxic chemicals, out of our drinking water. Experts at an NJ Spotlight Roundtable discussed the emergence of substitutes that may be just as hazardous to human health
November 15, 2018
At an NJ Spotlight roundtable, offshore-wind advocates suggest ways Garden State could soon start to produce clean energy off the coast
November 1, 2018
In the third and final of NJ Spotlight's roundtables on the opioid epidemic in New Jersey, experts focus on the clinical and policy dimensions of long-term recovery
September 28, 2018
In this Part 4 of a five-event series on New Jersey’s Energy Future, we explore energy efficiency
September 18, 2018
The second in this three-part NJ Spotlight roundtable gave those on the front lines of the war against opioid addiction the opportunity to share their findings
June 27, 2018
As the Garden State continues to stem the tide of opioid deaths, funding must be found for new initiatives and emerging evidence-based protocols
June 25, 2018
State officials, medical professionals agree New Jersey has made a good start by trimming opioid prescriptions, but much more work remains
May 15, 2018
Legalized recreational marijuana could bring a significant boost to the state coffers, but for it to take off, numerous issues must be resolved
May 14, 2018
At NJ Spotlight roundtable on marijuana reform, participants say get ready for discussions to break out into the open — and look for legalization sooner rather than later
March 20, 2018
New Jersey's energy infrastructure is old and susceptible to extreme weather. Given these limitations, how can the state move ahead?
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