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Murphy Budget Would Spend More On N.J. Unemployment Upgrades After 11 Months Of Problems. Is It Enough?

Badly needed upgrades could be coming to New Jersey’s aging unemployment infrastructure, Gov. Phil Murphy vowed Tuesday as he proposed his latest state budget.

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Comcast Delaying New Data Fees Until 2022

Facing criticism, Comcast says it customers won’t see new data fees until 2022.

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N.J. Residents Facing Foreclosure Would Get Help Under Bill Now On Murphy’s Desk

A bill that would create a fund to assist New Jersey residents facing foreclosure is headed to Gov. Phil Murphy’s desk after it passed the state Senate Friday.

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Comcast Postpones Start Of New Data Plan To 2022

South Jersey residents will no longer have to worry about how much internet they use in 2021.

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New Jersey Bill Would Allocate $180 Million To Help Social Service Providers Hurt By Pandemic

(The Center Square) – A New Jersey Senate committee has advanced a bill to allocate an additional $180 million to a trio of state agencies to help social service providers hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Editorial

Let The Desperately Ill Grow Their Own Marijuana

Editorial

New Jersey has crafted one of the most progressive and innovative medical marijuana programs in the nation over the last two years, and it has been one of our proudest boasts.

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Murphy Administration: PPP Loans Will Be Tax Exempt At State Level

(TRENTON) – In an effort to aid small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Phil Murphy and State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio announced today that New Jersey will follow the federal government’s lead in allowing Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans to be tax exempt at the state level and enabling recipients to deduct business expenses that were paid with the tax-exempt loan proceeds, thereby enhancing the tax benefits of the loans.

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Singleton Bill Would Allow Home Growth Of Medical Marijuana, Subsidize Costs At Dispensaries

TRENTON, NJ – In an effort to expand access to medicinal cannabis, Senator Troy Singleton introduced two proposals on Thursday that would allow patients to grow medical cannabis at home as well as subsidize the cost of products bought in dispensaries.

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Hashtags & Haters

Surviving the social media takeover

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Letting You Grow Medical Weed At Home Advanced By N.J. Lawmaker

After years of hesitancy among lawmakers to seriously consider allowing people to grow their own marijuana at home, two lawmakers have introduced bills in the past week that would overhaul the ban.

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