The truth about vaccines: They are safe and effective

Vaccines have played a critical role in reducing and eliminating the threat of many devastating infectious diseases and helped people of all ages live longer, healthier lives. Yet, today, people are reluctant to be...

CPACE program will turbocharge green financing

As a provider of energy efficiency upgrades, the three most common concerns we hear from customers considering energy efficiency improvements are: cost, cash flow and ownership.  Most energy efficiency projects require a significant capital...

Legalization of cannabis should not prevent employers from maintaining drug-free workplace

Through the twists and turns on the road to legalized recreational cannabis in New Jersey, the New Jersey Business & Industry Association has charted a singular, center course — workplace safety protections. We always have maintained that legalization is...

Why long overdue Glassboro-Camden Rail Line would be big boost for economic development in...

The Delaware River Port Authority recently held public hearings on the Environmental Impact Study of the long-anticipated Glassboro Camden Rail Line, which is the next step in the decades-long journey to establish a rail...

Pandemic or not: 2021 can be banner year for your career

Allow me to state the obvious: The region’s business community has struggled in 2020 and is now bracing for what will come in 2021. Successful companies won’t waste time wringing hands; they are squarely focused...

Why N.J. should not lock down again: Cases vs. infections

As Gov. Phil Murphy and everyone else in New Jersey debate the merits of a second state shutdown due to COVID-19, it is incredibly important to define what a case is and what an...

‘Other states are taking notice of N.J.’s lousy business climate and are trying to...

New Jersey Assemblyman John McKeon (D-West Orange), chair of the Financial Institutions Committee, recently proposed a financial transaction tax that will kill jobs and revenue across New Jersey and test the state’s ability to...

Calif.-style gas car ban is wrong answer for N.J.

The road to bad public policy is often paved with good intentions. That's particularly true in the case of New Jersey, where the Department of Environmental Protection wants that road filled with electric vehicles...

Healing divided country with entrepreneurship

The results of the 2020 presidential election suggest that the U.S. has never been more divided politically. The major party presidential candidates received more than 70 million votes each. The distribution of votes clearly...

Harnessing tools, resources to flatten COVID curve

With cases of COVID-19 surging again in recent weeks, Americans are looking to government agencies and officials for a plan to keep them safe. From Congress to the county freeholder board, people need to...

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Newark Working Kitchens to deliver 10K meals to city residents this week

How’s this for giving back: Newark Working Kitchens — a program created during the time of COVID to deliver nutritious meals created by Newark...

Cannabis-infused Thanksgiving feast? Yes, that’s possible now, too

What happens when the creator of the first cannabis-based ETF joins forces with a celebrity cannabis chef for the holidays? You get some really...

Fine time for wine? If that’s how you feel, this group has you covered

For many, the holiday season means holiday wine. The Garden State Wine Growers Association sure hopes many feel that way. It is kicking off its...

8 warning signs to look for in older relatives over the holidays

While New Jerseyans debate how they will celebrate a COVID-impacted holiday season, there is one aspect of the holidays we should all be able...

Giving thanks to health care workers on this unique Thanksgiving Day

To say 2020 has been a challenging year would be quite an understatement.  However, difficult times present an opportunity for us to focus on...