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Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements are shrinking, and the foundation of the health care industry’s fee structure is getting a makeover. But that’s not stopping some forward-thinking health systems from continuing to expand as they adjust to the new normal.

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The state's number of federal judges has been gradually whittled down from 17 to 11 since 2015, resulting in a backlog in the system and creating a “judicial emergency.”

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Founded in 1965 by Joseph Fenton Mulcahy, Fenton Construction was passed on to Joseph’s son Michael J. Mulcahy in 1987, who grew it into a large general contractor and construction management company ready to service ground-up or interior projects.

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NJDOH to establish ‘My Life, My Plan’

Under a measure signed into law on Friday, the state's health commissioner is encouraged to develop programs and resources to entice support for women from health care providers, community health workers and health care facilities in developing a reproductive life plan.

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New Jersey’s nascent hemp industry is waiting for rules from the federal government. The delay has sidelined growers and forced manufacturers to seek out-of-state suppliers.

NJ can now have an industrial hemp program

“Found in more than 25,000 products, the versatile and profitable hemp plant will encourage new business growth and boost the state’s agricultural economy," said Sen. Steven Oroho, a sponsor of the measure. "With burdensome federal and state regulations removed, New Jersey farmers can greatly benefit from this potential billion-dollar industry.”

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