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Weinberg’s legacy: People before party

As someone who had spent a few years in Trenton, Sabeen Masih wasn’t surprised when she read the story last December detailing how women working in the political world were frequent subjects of sexual...

Is this the tax that breaks the back of business? Proposed Financial Transaction Tax...

The idea sounds great, in theory. As do all revenue-raisers, the new phrase for tax hikes. So, when an Assembly committee meets Monday to discuss a new hike on electronic stock trades processed in New...

McKoy is leaving NJPP, but his influence on issues in N.J. (and now, around...

Brandon McKoy always has been good at turning a phrase. And doing it with facts. So, we’ll give him the best line about the announcement that he is leaving New Jersey Policy Perspective, a...

Unsung Heroes: NJMEP’s Kennedy hopes virtual Manufacturing Day will build real pipeline for industry

John Kennedy is thrilled that more than 1,000 people have registered for Manufacturing Day, which will take place — virtually — this Friday. He’s thrilled that the manufacturing sector, which he advocates for as head...

Marketing mammograms: At Virtua, it led to major increase in screenings

Ryan Younger talked about propensity modeling and data science, reactivating patients through the use of consumer relationship management tools — and the incredible increase in revenue that came from the campaign. In other words, he...

‘It’s irresponsible. It’s crazy talk’: N.J. leaders rip tunnel report

Say this for everyone and anyone from New Jersey associated with the Gateway Tunnel project: They are not going to settle for anything less than what is needed — two new tunnels under the...

Many applauded Murphy for fully funding pension. Bracken thinks that’s a mistake

Tom Bracken, the longtime head of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, offers the good and the bad in his assessment of the $44.83 billion budget Gov. Phil Murphy proposed Tuesday. No new taxes: Good. Money...

This top doc was eager for any COVID vaccine — but was thrilled to...

As the chief medical officer at CarePoint Health – Christ Hospital in Jersey City, Dr. Tucker Woods had to play it straight — and be truthful — when other health care professionals asked him...

Cases (and fatalities) are on the rise, but 4 in 10 Jerseyans say they...

If you’re looking for a story that has a bunch of numbers and statistics that can be called into question, you’ve found it. The COVID-19 metrics in New Jersey continue to rise. On Tuesday, Gov....

‘Black Men in White Coats’: AtlantiCare using documentary to address key diversity issue

At 6 Tuesday night at the Atlantic City Boys & Girls Club, approximately 40 young people will watch a documentary called “Black Men in White Coats.” The documentary, which details the low number of Black...

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