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Burlington Camden Achievement Foundation to present 27 young men at Kappa Beautillion

The Burlington Camden Achievement Foundation will present 27 male high school juniors and seniors to society at the Crowne Plaza in Cherry Hill at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 10. In addition to an introduction of each participant, the evening's program will include performances, a waltz and the awarding of scholarships.

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UBER TRIES TO STEER CLEAR OF NEW RULES AND REGULATIONS IN GARDEN STATE

Assembly committee approves bill that would require Uber drivers to carry more insurance, satisfy police background checks

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Christie considers bill to increase reporting on business tax breaks

New Jersey’s pension and transportation funding woes may be the two largest issues confronting state lawmakers this year, but the lucrative tax incentives the state awards businesses to relocate or remain in the Garden State are drawing significant attention, with some lawmakers pushing to enact legislation to better measure the incentives’ effectiveness.

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FINE PRINT: BEEFING UP OVERSIGHT OF STATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TAX INCENTIVES

Legislation on governor’s desk would spell out specific goals of incentive programs and assess their effectiveness more rigorously

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Treasurer: Making court-ordered pension payment 'difficult'

New Jersey's treasurer says paying $1.6 billion into the public pension fund as a judge recently called for is difficult without more budget cuts.

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Christie, lawmakers agree on forecast, differ on spending

For the first time in 21 years, a New Jersey governor and the Legislature agree on how much money the state will bring in as they work out a new budget for the next fiscal year.

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REVENUE FORECASTS ALIGN IN RARE AGREEMENT BETWEEN CHRISTIE, BUDGET ANALYST

But lawmakers grill state treasurer about funding for property tax relief, pensions, and transportation fund

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NJ: Making court-ordered pension payment ‘difficult’

New Jersey’s treasurer says paying $1.6 billion into the public pension fund as a judge recently called for is difficult without more budget cuts.

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Burlington County's top students honored by principals group

The Burlington County Principals and Supervisors Association named its academic award recipients for 2014-15 at a ceremony Thursday night.

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A Cuban-American’s educational experience with democracy

As a child growing up in a communist Cuba, I could have never envisioned how far my life would come. As a child, I believed in education and the power that comes with it, but as I grew older in Cuba, I learned that reality was much different.

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