Politics & Public Affairs

A new state report outlines edible manufacturing guidelines. ...
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The answer to the classic Garden State question—what exit are you?—just got a little different for a handful of New Jerseyans....
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In Camden, a new county police force aims to connect with the people it is supposed to protect....
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Entrepreneurs forge ahead amid concerns about taxes, regulations and a shaky NJ economy....
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The 20 most frustrating, dashboard-bashing, teeth-clenching traffic nightmares in New Jersey. ...
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Why Jersey Roads Suck

December 9, 2014

Dense population centers, aging infrastructure and a failing transportation fund have put New Jersey on the brink of disaster. ...
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New book explores the governor’s life and times....
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Although private donations are on the rise, New Jersey’s nonprofits have yet to recover from recession-driven government cuts in support. ...
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Increased understanding of autism has vastly improved services for youths on the spectrum. But what happens when those kids turn 21?...
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At 79, Loretta Weinberg is still fighting the good fight in Trenton. But these days, she also makes time for the grandkids....
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Death on the Water

October 17, 2014

On a moonless summer night, two boats chart a tragic course on Barnegat Bay....
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Medical marijuana provides relief for epileptic kids. So why does New Jersey make it so hard for young patients to benefit from the state’s pot program? ...
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Congressman Holt is stepping aside—but his concern about global warming has not cooled....
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As Ebola fears heighten worldwide, New Jersey hospitals, doctors and other health care professionals are busily reviewing infection-control policies, ordering protective gear, educating personnel and advising travelers about the outbreak of the potentially deadly virus. ...
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The Master of the Game

October 2, 2014

Meet the Orthodox Jew who pulls the political strings in the predominantly Latino city of Passaic. ...
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The Common Core program calls for new standardized tests. As New Jersey schools prepare for high-tech testing, some educators are asking: Why the rush?...
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Following past governors, Christie reduces payment to public-employee retirement fund....
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NJ’s sewage systems are old and overburdened. Are we doing enough to protect our waters—and our health?...
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While the state lags others in job growth, many NJ companies are hiring. We tell you which skills are in demand—and why. ...
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After four years in Chris Christie’s shadow, Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno is poised to step into the light should the governor trade the State House for a presidential campaign....
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