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The state of Wyoming is going to lend $25 million to Lannett Co., which is a pharmaceutical company based in New Jersey.
Under the measure, New Jersey would be required to issue photo "driving privilege" cards to residents who could not prove that they were in this country legally, but were able to show they lived in the state.
In the midst of one of the harshest winters New Jersey has recently seen, state Sen. Peter J. Barnes III, D-18th District, said in a news release Monday that he introduced legislation that would protect New Jersey workers who are unable to make it into work due to a declared state of emergency.
Earlier this week, a New Jersey appellate court heard oral argument in BIS LP, Inc. v.
Can someone newly eligible for Medicaid really have their home and other assets seized after their death to repay the state for the cost of their medical care? Technically, yes, under existing federal and New Jersey laws, though the rules apply only to costs incurred from age 55 on.
Potholes on the Palisades Parkway in New Jersey have wrecked vehicles and sent some people to the hospital this winter.
On Monday, after votes finish that evening and until approximately 9 am Tuesday morning, a group of 28 senators , led by Sheldon Whitehouse and Barbara Boxer , will hold the floor to urge action on climate change.
" Exodus on the Parkway ," a new 36-page paper on the impact of tax rates on New Jersey's economic health begins by noting that it " does not provide proof or hard evidence that high income or high net worth residents are leaving New Jersey because of high tax rates."
It is no secret our nation struggles to fully fund education, but a new national report card rates Nevada's school financing system the least fair in the country.
In August 2013, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene was notified of two persons with rapidly growing nontuberculous mycobacterial surgical-site infections.
Former Texas Congressman Ron Paul endorsed Ramapo College Finance Professor Murray Sabrin for the New Jersey GOP U.S. Senate nomination, Sabrin's campaign announced today.
Parents are always worried about the well-being of their children, and the fear of passing on hereditary diseases to offspring has some expecting couples reaching out to doctors ever-so-willingly.
Township residents will finally get a chance to hear directly from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection about its closure plan for Fenimore Landfill.
It's National Consumer Protection Week and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has launched a "Cyber Safe NJ" website in an effort to help residents protect themselves against identity theft , invasions of privacy and other computer and Internet-related violations.