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N.J. pension fight might not end with state Supreme Court ruling
Assembly panel advances bill to defend NJ military bases
New Jersey lawmakers want the state to appropriate taxpayer money each year for the defense of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst and the state's other military installations.
Christie has no receipts for quarter-million dollars in expenses
Details of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s $82,000 spending spree at NFL games remain a mystery – despite a release of expense account receipts by the governor’s office.
EASY ACCESS TO INFO ON COSTS OF MEDICAL PROCEDURES REMAINS KEY PROVISION OF BILL
Legislation aimed at preventing surprise ‘out-of-network’ bills would no longer cap charges, but would require binding arbitration to settle provider-insurer fee disputes
Assembly panel gets input on legislation to address high medical bills
New Jersey lawmakers have made changes to a controversial bill intended to rein in surprisingly high medical bills some patients face if they receive treatment from hospitals or doctors not in their insurer’s network.
EDITORIAL: Transparency for corporate tax breaks
Gov. Chris Christie's national economic plan unveiled last week features a proposed cut to the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 25 percent. That approach mirrors his philosophy back home, where he has supported $5 billion of corporate tax incentives in a supposed — and thus far largely unsuccessful — effort to spark the economy.
Lawmaker: Rutgers to review NJ tax incentives for businesses
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority plans to contract with Rutgers University to study the effectiveness of the state’s lucrative tax incentives for attracting and retaining businesses.
State awards $4.3 million for Burlington County projects
Twenty-two Burlington County municipalities will share more than $4.3 million in grants from the New Jersey Department of Transportation.