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NJ tax collections soar in March; SALT cap workaround big factor (access required)

In March 2020, the state brought in $1.2 billion from tax revenue, compared to nearly $1.7 billion last month. New Jersey draws its money from three main sources: sales, income and corporate business taxes.

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NJ getting $5.8M from feds for COVID variant testing (access required)

The funding will allow the CDC and jurisdictional health departments to conduct, expand and improve activities to sequence, genome and identify mutations.

NJPAC reopening this summer, will require COVID vaccine or test (access required)

The Newark-based arts center hopes the move will help start its rebound. The venue plans to enforce mask requirements, as well as offer touchless services for check-in and ramped up sanitization efforts.

Shots fired (access required)

The battle over the state's budget begins in Trenton.

Weekly NJ jobless claims drop 45% as unemployment rate stalls for months (access required)

For the week ending April 10, there were 10,743 people in the state who filed for unemployment; according to the U.S. Department of Labor, 19,875 people filed claims the week prior.

NJ tax collections soar in March; SALT cap workaround big factor (access required)

In March 2020, the state brought in $1.2 billion from tax revenue, compared to nearly $1.7 billion last month. New Jersey draws its money from three main sources: sales, income and corporate business taxes.

Read the full story

NJ getting $5.8M from feds for COVID variant testing (access required)

The funding will allow the CDC and jurisdictional health departments to conduct, expand and improve activities to sequence, genome and identify mutations.

NJPAC reopening this summer, will require COVID vaccine or test (access required)

The Newark-based arts center hopes the move will help start its rebound. The venue plans to enforce mask requirements, as well as offer touchless services for check-in and ramped up sanitization efforts.

Shots fired (access required)

The battle over the state's budget begins in Trenton.

Weekly NJ jobless claims drop 45% as unemployment rate stalls for months (access required)

For the week ending April 10, there were 10,743 people in the state who filed for unemployment; according to the U.S. Department of Labor, 19,875 people filed claims the week prior.

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