An NJ Spotlight forum Friday focused on the state's vaping epidemic, proposed bills to ban vape products, and featured speakers on both sides of the issue.
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Two state senators are sponsoring a bill that would provide Medicaid coverage to help individuals stay on their needed medications when they leave prison.
Merck takes its insurers to court, Inspira Health enters a partnership with Royal Phillips and a beloved NJ diner makes its return. Joanna Gagis has the day's business stories.
This weekend, marked World AIDS Day, and some of those involved in the care of people who are HIV-positive observed the occasion Monday.
In search of the perfect deal, crowds came to stores across New Jersey in waves Friday -- and not all shoppers hailed from the Greater New York City area.
Consumers came from other countries, ...
HomeFront, a nonprofit that helps homeless clients, is providing baskets of provisions for Thanksgiving so families can have a full meal.
Correspondent Joanna Gagis has today's top New Jersey business headlines.
As they await word from Trenton on their plea for financial help, leaders of Paterson public schools say they once again are trying to stretch a budget already so thin that class sizes for most ...
A program called the Autism Think Tank is bringing together the medical team for children with autism.
Politics were at the forefront of New Jersey's Transgender Day of Remembrance as audience members cheered recommendations released by Gov. Phil Murphy from the Transgender Equality Task Force.
Professor Kimberlee Moran is researching the link between vaping products and lung illness by studying the chemicals found in both new and used vaping cartridges.
A plan from Sens. Cory Booker, Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders aims to lower prescription drug prices in the United States.
Several bills were put forward limiting the sale of vaping products after a task force convened by Gov. Phil Murphy looked into the state’s role in reducing e-cigarette use, especially among young ...
New Jersey is claiming bragging rights for its current lung cancer survival rate.
A joint committee assessed the Murphy administration's progress in supporting minority and women-owned businesses.