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Newark’s Guaranteed Income pilot program, to be announced today, has been talked about for...

The idea of providing a guaranteed income picked up interest and enthusiasm during protests regarding racial equity last summer. The concept, however, has been around for decades. When Newark Mayor Ras Baraka announces details Monday...

Murphy pushing collaboration as a way to mend relations with Europe

German-American relations are at the lowest point they have been since World War II. That was the underlying theme of a business luncheon hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce on Thursday in Germany. And one...

EDA investment has been part of watershed transformation of Camden — and wasn’t that...

(Editor’s note: This op-ed originally appeared on NJ.com. It is reprinted here with permission.) There’s another round of “dog pile on the rabbit” occurring in New Jersey. In this case, it’s politicians and the media...

Booker-backed Opportunity Zones could turn into big help for N.J. economy

When U.S. Sen. Cory Booker went to Washington, he took the ideas that worked when he was mayor of Newark with him. The result: Opportunity Zones, a new community development created by Booker (D-N.J.) and...

Bill to create commission on government efficiency, regulatory impact passes through Senate committee

Seems like few people would vote for a bill that would create yet another government committee — but, this one comes with a twist. Bipartisan legislation (S441) sponsored by state Sens. Steve Oroho (R-Sparta) and...

Oroho answer’s Murphy’s request for $15 wage, says governor did not address ‘full impact’...

State Sen. Steven Oroho on Thursday afternoon fought back on Gov. Phil Murphy’s early morning request for the Legislature to follow Amazon’s lead and raise the minimum wage in the state to $15. Oroho (R-Sparta)...

NJEA hires Murphy administration official Cornavaca as director of politics and policy

Gov. Phil Murphy's deputy chief of staff, Deborah Cornavaca, will step away June 1 to become the new director of government relations – politics and policy for the New Jersey Education Association, the state’s...

N.J. says it’s ready as COVID-19 cases slowly spread south

Nine hospitals in New Jersey went on “divert” status Monday night — meaning they were unable to accept patients for a period of time. This has been common the past month — and it’s usually...

Singleton urges Murphy to allocate federal funds to help pay down $252M UI bill...

State Sen. Troy Singleton sent an open letter to Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday, urging him to dedicate a portion of the billions of dollars in federal aid the state received to help replenish...

Opening doors: Teresa Ruiz, new Senate majority leader, explains why her position of influence...

On the recent November day when she was headed to Trenton for the reorganization meeting of the Democratic caucus … the day she would become the state Senate majority leader … the day she...

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