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Murphy’s handling of COVID crisis fuels positive job approval rating, Monmouth poll finds

Gov. Phil Murphy’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be seen favorably by New Jersey voters, helping fuel a continued positive job approval rating, according to a new Monmouth University Poll. The latest poll...

Increased limits for outdoor events (up to 200) and indoor venues (games, concerts)

More people will be able to attend New Jersey Devils games, more indoor music and entertainment venues can open, more people can go to indoor catered events — and more people can gather together...

Murphy wants $15 minimum wage bill on his desk by year-end

Gov. Phil Murphy held a news conference Monday to call on the Legislature to pass a $15 minimum wage bill before the last voting session this year on Dec. 17. “We must give our working...

Show & Tell: Phil Murphy’s budget proposal in context of NJBIA report

Michele Siekerka is CEO and president of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association. She talked about Gov. Phil Murphy’s budget proposal in the context of NJBIA’s 2019 Regional Business Climate Report. "The proposed budget, which...

Mayor’s Summit: Towns find flexibility is key to success

Rutherford Mayor Frank Nunziato may have been overstating it a bit. “Right after COVID started, I got all the restaurants and businesses in our downtown, sat them in our council chambers, asked them what they...

A.C. awarded EnVision Center — and 300 jobs that come with it — by...

A federal government center aimed at improving the lives of residents — and one which will immediately create 300 jobs — is coming to Atlantic City. On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban...

CPA group’s Thomas talks about tax bill’s impact

The Republican tax reform initiative unfolded as a dynamic, changing-by-the-minute narrative. But, when the policy finally hits the books, it's the usual exercise of day-to-day accountant work that will make the story all add up...

A push for more (financial) inclusion at Joint Committee on Economic Justice and Equal...

The latest session of the Joint Committee on Economic Justice and Equal Opportunity was virtual, but the message of Thursday’s meeting stayed the same: Economic opportunity is the key to making real change in...

Show & Tell: How geography affects business and innovation in the state

Andrew Zwicker is an assemblyman from the Monmouth Junction area and head of the Plasma Physics Laboratory at Princeton University. At a recent Venture Funding in the New Jersey Economy event, he talked about how...

Read Murphy’s lips: No new business taxes … at least, that’s the plan

The business community can breathe a sigh of relief. Maybe. Gov. Phil Murphy, in a phone interview with ROI-NJ on Wednesday to discuss his new tax incentive proposals, said he has no plans to increase...

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