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Op-Ed: Our Vulnerable Communities Are Key Building Blocks Of A Cleaner, Healthier And Wealthier NJ

‘Clean Energy Equity Act…ensures that New Jersey’s overburdened communities benefit from clean-energy access, energy savings and job opportunities’

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New Worker Misclassification Laws Will Ensure Fair Benefits, Wages Says Murphy

TRENTON, NJ – Governor Phil Murphy signed a four-pronged approach to stopping employee misclassification in hopes of workers and employers in New Jersey are treated fairly. According to the Governor's office, misclassification is the practice of illegally and improperly classifying employees as independent contractors.

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New Law Will Work To Bring Broadband To All Areas Of N.J.

Commission to consider logistics of deploying community broadband networks

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Investigation Launched Into Man Charged With Racially Harassing Neighbors, Cops’ Response

An independent investigation was launched Tuesday into any incidents involving the Mount Laurel man who is now facing criminal charges after he was recorded verbally attacking neighbors with racist rants, as well as one into the police response to his home last week, officials said.

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Governor Appropriates $20M To The Special Needs Housing Trust Fund

TRENTON - Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation (S1255/ A1925) which creates a $20 million transfer to the Special Needs Housing Trust Fund in the Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (HMFA).

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Led By Singleton, Volunteers Bring New Life To Point Breeze Mansion

BORDENTOWN, NJ -- To breathe new life into one of the most historical homes in New Jersey, State Senator Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) recently brought 25 volunteers to the Gardener’s House at newly preserved Point Breeze in Bordentown City to begin landscape work. The volunteer project took place at the estate once owned by the exiled King of Spain, Joseph Bonaparte.

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Plan To Replace Every Lead Pipe In N.J. Heads To Murphy’s Desk

Across New Jersey, lead service lines lay underground, carrying drinking water from main lines into homes.

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As Newark Eliminates Lead Water Pipes, NJ Advances 10-Year Plan For Statewide Removal

Two summers ago, a typically underground problem exploded into national controversy when water filters in Newark failed to remove lead from residents' tap water.

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Burlington County Restaurant Week To Kick Off At Marcello's In Bordentown City

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ – Burlington County Restaurant Week is off and running with dozens of restaurants from all over the county participating.

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Free Food With Vaccinations In Burlington County June 28

Mary's Mobile Diner is offering a free meal to anyone who gets vaccinated at Deborah Heart & Lung Center's COVID-19 vaccination event.

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