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No deal on minimum wage; marijuana bill unlikely this year, top Dems say

Gov. Phil Murphy and the Legislature's two top Democrats failed to reach a deal to increase the statewide minimum wage to $15 following a two-hour closed door meeting Thursday afternoon.

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University Hospital names Persichilli acting president, CEO

Just days after it released a report by veteran health care executive Judith Persichilli calling for a transformational leader and new vision at University Hospital in Newark, its board of directors Thursday named her to serve as acting president...

Murphy administration picks 9 workspaces for NJ Ignite program

The governor’s office and Economic Development Authority made its picks for the nine collaborative workspaces where life science and technology startups can receive rent assistance under the NJ Ignite program, which the Murphy administration...

As tax law closes charitable deduction, NJ looks to corporate citizens for help

As taxpayers warily eye the new federal caps on deductions for charitable contributions, corporate citizens may have to step up to fill in the potential philanthropy void.

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