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Why the fate – and future – of nuclear power in N.J. will be determined today

Dan Cregg has an easy way about him. Some would say, a quick wit and an engaging personality. But he is a chief financial officer. And if...

Stopping natural gas in N.J. would threaten economy

New York was hit with a stark realization just weeks ago: When anti-pipeline rhetoric replaces facts in energy policy, the results can be devastating...


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Numbers game: Fixing Meadowlands transportation issues is more important than fixing blame

While others were playing the blame game following the latest transportation problem/debacle at MetLife Stadium, Jim Kirkos was doing the math...


Meet small-town N.J. mayor who’s against proposed SALT workaround on principle: ‘It’s disrespectful to charities’

Janet Hoven has been the mayor of Chester Borough since 2015. She’s been a Realtor in town since 2011. So, few people have had a better view...

Bottom line: A millionaire’s tax doesn’t work

New Jersey’s economic growth continues to be plagued by a lack of affordability, competitiveness and outmigration. Gov. Phil Murphy has proposed...


The case to wait on cannabis: Sills’ Schiappacasse says delay gives N.J. chance to fix problems other states have found

There is good news about the state failing to pass legislation to legalize recreational use of cannabis. It means that, when the Legislature finally...

Only structural reforms — not new taxes — will save N.J. from financial crisis

The testimony on the fiscal 2020 state budget from Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio to the Legislature recently was troubling, at best, and served to...


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