This Knock Out Opioid Abuse Summit, sponsored by the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey and the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, looked at the state and federal responses to the epidemic.
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Schools across the country are incorporating marijuana into the curriculum. In New Jersey Stockton University introduced a new cannabis studies minor in the fall of 2018.
The discussions Friday were to inform the business community about the two major topics that may impact their bottom line: legalized recreational marijuana and potential reforms to the state's tax ...
At an Assembly committee hearing, witnesses asked legislators to reform the state's liquor license laws citing considerable negative economic impact.
The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says more than 3.6 million middle and high school students used e-cigarettes last year alone.
According to the New Jersey Department of Health, in 2016 about 10 percent of those diagnosed with colorectal cancer in the state were between the ages of 20 and 49.
Congressman Frank Pallone is pushing seven bills that would make generics more available to lower the cost of prescriptions.
The global movement known as the Youth Climate Strike demands lawmakers focus on climate change and make it their top priority.
The energy infrastructure company built a compressor station in Roseland in 2013. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection recently approved two freshwater wetland permits that would ...
The New Jersey Secure Choice Savings Program Act would make it obligatory for workplaces with 25 or more employees to offer a retirement savings program, if they don't already do so. Critics say ...
Ashes to Go is an effort to get church leaders into the community on Ash Wednesday to administer ashes to people who can’t get to church.
There's almost three months to go for people who rely on the train in South Jersey.
A new poll asked people how they would rate New Jersey as a place to live.
Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora says the city has made improving water quality a top priority since he took office in July.
An EPA plan to regulate toxic PFAS in drinking water has sparked criticism from Jersey officials, but some say New Jersey could be doing more to regulate the chemicals on the state level.