A residents’ group gets approval to form a commission to study the benefits, but says consolidation remains a long ways off.
Hospital association says 22,000 jobs could be lost in the next decade as a result of a budget-balancing move.
Panel discussions focus on challenges lying in wait as New Jersey again takes up idea of creating an exchange.
State’s election enforcement agency expects donor activity through these independents to play a larger role in campaigns going forward.
Arrest of Tony Mack “makes it more difficult to engage people and businesses with the state,” according to an advocate
The Treasury rejects notion it is privatizing lottery, and says outsourcing certain functions could help contest generate more revenue.
With traditional lending still hard to come by, and upfront costs too risky for most banks, restaurant owners say the agency has helped them get started in competitive New Jersey climate.
State prepares to welcome proposals from private companies to take over management of its lottery, and possibly expand it to the Internet.
Efforts to block the high-profile pipeline extension are stuck in a holding pattern as a federal agency continues its review of project.
Atlantic City International and Trenton-Mercer are among the biggest recipients, according to New Jersey’s U.S. senators.
The upgrades come at a time when the bistate agency expects record traffic on the trans-Hudson system.
A construction program aims to provide training for about 40 women and minority residents of Newark.