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Burlington County Commissioners Partnering With Senator Singleton And Sheriff’s Department To Collect Items For Domestic Violence Shelter
MOUNT HOLLY – The Burlington County Commissioners are teaming with New Jersey Senator Troy Singleton and the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department to collect items for Catholic Charities Providence House Domestic Violence Services and the women and children the nonprofit helps shelter and support.
Employee Or Independent Contractor? The Difference Can Affect Your Wage And NJ Benefits
In 2020, the state lost almost half a billion in tax dollars and workers were underpaid tens of millions of dollars in wages due to misclassification — and those numbers represent just 1% of businesses in the state.
Can N.J. Cops Smoke Weed Now That It’s Legal Here? It’s Complicated
The sale of recreational marijuana began just over a week ago in New Jersey and already public officials are facing issues, including whether law enforcement officers and other crucial employees should be allowed to smoke or use weed on their own time.
Here’s One Way The State Can Reduce Our Property Taxes l Opinion
New Jersey mayors and municipalities say the funds will help towns provide much-needed property tax relief for their residents.
Atlantic City Hosts Summit On Human Trafficking
“I frankly do not say that lightly,” the Moorestown Democrat and Senate majority whip said at the event, where he was the keynote speaker. “Although it’s been 400 years since the first slaves were forcibly brought to America and nearly 160 years since President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, slavery in the form of human trafficking is still alive.”