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Burlington County Marks Black History Month With Art Exhibits, Lecture

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – Burlington County is celebrating Black History Month with events, exhibits and small business highlights throughout February that show the county’s rich Black historical presence and culture.

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Senator Revives Bill Targeting Convicted Animal Abusers

Lawmakers are making another push for legislation that would bar convicted animal abusers from owning or working with pets.

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Lawmakers Say Bill Would Cut Cost Of Prescription Drugs

Senate lawmakers on Thursday advanced a bill legislators claim would make some prescription drugs more affordable.

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Murphy, Lawmakers Unveil Plan To Cap Certain Drug Prices

Push lends more scrutiny to pharmacy benefit managers

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Murphy, Lawmakers Announce Plan To Limit Cost Of Life-Saving Drugs In N.J.

State lawmakers are poised to introduce legislation backed by Gov. Phil Murphy that would limit the cost of life-saving drugs — including asthma inhalers and insulin — for some residents in New Jersey, and rein in the rising price of health care.

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County Celebrating Black History Month By Promoting Black-Owned Businesses

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – The Burlington County Commissioners are spotlighting local Black-owned businesses throughout the month of February in celebration of Black History month and the important contributions Black Americans have made here in Burlington County and across the nation.

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Murphy Preps Plan To Cap And Control Drug Costs

Price caps, benefits oversight and more in plan. But some want controls on manufacturers

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Why Singleton Wants $641M Opioid Settlement To Go To Addiction Services

NJ is set to receive $641M from court settlement with Johnson & Johnson and three pharmaceutical distributors

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Opinion

This Is How We Stop Jerseyeans From Paying Too Much For Medicine

Opinion

By Troy Singleton

Now that the state Legislature is back in session, there is no better time for New Jersey to meaningfully address one of the most significant financial challenges our residents face today — the exorbitant cost of prescription drugs.

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Lawmakers On Senate Panel Pass Bills With An Eye On Affordability

Democrats say bills to ease tax burden are in response to November elections

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