Gov. Phil Murphy and the state’s Board of Public Utilities have launched an investigation into the death of Newark resident, 68-year-old Linda Daniels, who died after Public Service Electric & Gas Co. shut off power to her home for delinquent...Read the full story »
Jersey Central Power & Light filed a four-year infrastructure plan Friday with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to enhance the reliability of its distribution system against severe weather and reduce the frequency and duration of power...
Seven fast food chains have agreed to end policies prohibiting workers from seeking jobs with another franchise, called “no-poach” policies, under threat of legal action from the state of Washington.
At this time, it is uncertain as to how the states will apply the standards set forth in Wayfair, whether new state statutes will be enacted, and whether any retroactive payments will be required by any state.
Steve Adubato and Brian Gragnolati, President & CEO, Atlantic Health System & Chair-Elect of the American Hospital Association, discuss how technology is continuing to impact the healthcare industry and driving innovation.
The state health commissioner is looking at the idea of expanding the state's medical marijuana program to include opioid addiction as a qualifying condition.