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Police beating death of Tyre Nichols spurs calls for change in N.J. ‘There’s no excuse for that cruelty.’
New Jersey’s landmark environmental justice law must do what was promised
In September 2020, we gathered in a sunny park in Newark with a jubilant crowd to witness Gov. Phil Murphy sign a landmark environmental justice (EJ) law (A2212/S232). This law was championed by State Senator Troy Singleton and Assemblyman John McKeon and endorsed publicly by Governor Murphy even before it passed through the legislature.
Phil Murphy's plan to change liquor license rules stirs debate over 'antiquated' system
Under New Ownership: NJ Bill Would Protect Janitors, 'Service Workers'
A proposed law would provide "stability and security" for thousands of NJ workers and their families, supporters say. Critics say otherwise.
Restaurants say they're ready as county announces expansion of annual program
Robin’s Nest Restaurant was struggling under the weight of pandemic shutdowns. Closing for three spring months to help halt the COVID spread put a strain on the Mount Holly business, but then Burlington County Restaurant Week came along in the summer.
Senate panel approves tax breaks for would-be homeowners
The Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee unanimously approved legislation that would extend tax breaks to certain prospective homeowners on Thursday.