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AG sues J&J subsidiary for practices related to opioid products

AG sues J&J subsidiary for practices related to opioid products

The state of New Jersey has filed a five-count lawsuit against Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc., a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, for deceiving...

Amazon HQ2 in NYC called 'win-win' for metro area

Despite Amazon's bypassing of Newark for the location of its second North America headquarters, New Jersey businesses and public officials alike are...

Booker unveils bill to extend education benefits for veterans

U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., has announced the introduction of legislation that would extend educational benefits for student veterans.

DOH opioid data dashboard newest resource in addiction battle

The New Jersey Department of Health unveiled an opioid data dashboard, designed to provide public health practitioners, researchers, policymakers and...

Lawmakers back tax breaks to boost apprentice employment

Lawmakers back tax breaks to boost apprentice employment

Lawmakers unveiled a pair of tax credits aimed at boosting employment for skilled laborers by enticing employer participation in federal-level...

Rutgers RWJ Medical School, US National Guard partner for training

The Rutgers University Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the U.S. National Guard are starting a pilot program using cadavers of military...

premium content Mastering medical marijuana: Why NJ has some catching up to do with neighboring states

As one of the most expansive medical marijuana providers in the country, Curaleaf’s presence spans 12 states. New Jersey is among them, as is...

OP-ED: Expand access to driver's licenses to all residents

In New Jersey, having a car is essential to fully participating in the economy. No matter where you live in the Garden State — with very few...

Murphy pitches clean energy at Princeton

Murphy pitches clean energy at Princeton

Gov. Phil Murphy pitched his New Jersey clean energy goals to dozens of researchers and professors at Princeton University on Friday, pointing to the...

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