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Poll finds strong support for natural gas in N.J. — and draws sharp defense from ELEC825 officials

The bottom line is, New Jersey residents want to be cooking with gas — according to the results of a poll that were issued recently by the...

Nomination of Walsh as state comptroller applauded by many — but not all

As the head of the Fair Share Housing Center, Kevin Walsh made his mark by being unrelentingly persistent in his desire to hold municipalities...


NJBIA launches diversity, not-for-profit business councils

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association announced Thursday its new Diversity and Inclusion Council and its Not-for-Profit...

Murphy signs expansion of film tax credit program

Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday signed into law A5580, an expansion of the New Jersey Film and Digital Media Tax Credit Program, originally signed into...


Rethinking the workforce of the future: Jobs NJ is intended to ensure training meets current needs

For Secretary of Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis, the Jobs NJ program introduced by Gov. Phil Murphy last week comes down to a simple sentence...

President of GSI questions Murphy’s call for more taxes

Regina M. Egea, the president of Garden State Initiative, on Thursday questioned Gov. Phil Murphy's call for higher taxes as part of his plan for New...


Tax Incentive Task Force report isn’t pretty — but here’s why one expert thinks it could speed up process of getting new incentives

The economic development professional — desperate for any sign of a thaw in the negotiations to get a new set of incentives on the books — read...

NJBIA’s Siekerka pounds home message that N.J. needs to not just tout business strengths, but work on weaknesses

Following Gov. Phil Murphy’s State of the State address Tuesday in Trenton, Michele Siekerka said she is fired up. “We just came out of an...


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