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160824Flanagan

NJ Left with Three Obamacare Insurance Providers

8-24-16
Two insurance providers have dropped out of New Jersey's Affordable Care Act offerings and a third decided not to join. Some looking for insurance say the premiums are too high for them to afford.
160824Delmore

Lawsuits Surrounding Hospitals Paying Taxes Up to 35 in NJ

8-24-16
A year after a tax court judge ruled Morristown Medical Center had to pay taxes, the number of lawsuits in New Jersey is up to 35.
160824Hill

Palisades Park Agrees to Hire Translator for Council Meetings

8-24-16
More than half of Palisades Park residents are Korean and some have difficulty following borough council meetings, which are conducted in English. So officials have agreed to hired a translator upon request.
160823Vannozzi

Protesters Greet Christie at Fairness Formula Forum in Bordentown

8-23-16
Protesters, mostly NJEA members, say Gov. Christie's new plan for school funding disproportionately hurts urban districts with low income students.
160823Cruz

Advocates Say Christie’s Proposed Cuts to Preschool Programs Would be Devastating

8-23-16
Gov. Christie's proposed Fairness Formula would mean the end of special protections for Abbott district full-day preschool. Advocates say the move would be devastating to early childhood programs.
160822Cruz

Report Suggests Local Control of Newark Schools Could Be Close

8-22-16
"Pathway to Local Control," a 45-page report based on the work of the Newark Education Success Board, was unveiled today.
160822Delmore

Cafeteria Workers Push for New Contracts

8-22-16
Representatives from six districts are bargaining for a contract that includes quality, affordable health care and increased wages.
160818Cruz

Christie Executive Order Puts General Funds into Play for TTF Projects

8-18-16
Gov. Christie issued an executive order to use money from the general fund for emergency road, bridge and mass transportation work. The Assembly speaker says that will put a hole in the budget.
160818Schmertz

NJDEP Works to Control Mosquito Population

8-18-16
Because of the threat of Zika and West Nile, the state Department of Environmental Protection is working to keep the mosquito population down in New Jersey.
160818Hetrick

AC City Council Fails to Dissolve Municipal Utilities Authority

8-18-16
The city council of Atlantic City failed to pass a measure to dissolve the Municipal Utilities Authority, which is a condition of the $73 million bridge loan from the state.