Senate, according to David Wildstein , but was talked out of it with the promise of support from Republican county organizations if he ran for retiring U. But Singh filed his financial disclosure statement yesterday — late, by the way. Yes, he included the emoticon in the filing. Of course, the father and son not coordinating part might be tricky when they live in the same house.
Byrne insisted there are plans to raise the money, with the assistance of GOP leaders. Delivering the commencement speech at Bloomfield College's graduation, 9: A fifth grader and a teacher from a middle school in Paramus were killed Thursday morning in a horrific crash between a school bus and dump truck on Route The school bus was carrying 38 students and seven adults, including the driver, from East Brook Middle School for a field trip to Waterloo Village.
Forty-three of them were injured and taken to local hospitals, including 21 to Morristown Medical Center, which is a Level 1 trauma center. Several remain critical and are undergoing surgery, Gov.
Phil Murphy said during an afternoon press conference. None of those earlier accidents involved fatalities. NJ is losing newly trained primary care physicians at a staggering rate. In one of the only lawsuits in the country to challenge statewide school segregation in more than half a century, members of the New Jersey Coalition for Diverse and Inclusive Schools said they aim to address the root causes that have left the state with one of the most segregated public school systems in the country.
The plaintiffs are seeking recognition from the court or the Murphy administration that segregation violates the state Constitution and for the Legislature and administration to come up with a solution for integration. Gary Stein, a retired state Supreme Court judge who chairs the coalition, said he did not foresee that offering students more opportunities to attend a school outside their regular district would overhaul the entire educational system.
NCAA championship policy change could be boon for N. The championship event change could have a significant impact on New Jersey college sports. That's the date both the state Senate and state Assembly are planning to hold votes on new legislation setting the rules for how New Jersey would regulate and tax sports wagering at its casinos and racetracks, lawmakers confirmed to NJ Advance Media on Thursday. Sweeney, D-Gloucester, added that he expects Gov. Livio and Justin Zaremba: Phil Murphy should establish a permanent unit focused on Puerto Rico relief efforts and apply to the Federal Emergency Management Agency to designate New Jersey a host state for the thousands of people fleeing the storm-ravage island territory.
Those are some of the top recommendations of the New Jersey Commission on Puerto Rico Relief, an member committee Murphy created in February to collaborate with state and federal agencies in providing assistance to those displaced by Hurricane Maria.
The commission's final report was released Thursday afternoon at a press conference attended by Lt. Sheila Oliver and Puerto Rico Gov. The report urges Murphy to give the Commission on Puerto Rico Relief permanent status as an operating unit within the governor's office and to name a deputy chief of staff to oversee relief efforts.
Is the state too expensive? An estimated 41 percent of Garden State households are considered among the "working poor", meaning they struggle to afford basic necessities like food, healthcare, transportation and housing, according to a new study by the United Way. The study, called ALICE Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed , seeks to identify the number of people who earn too much money to qualify for federal poverty assistance, but who otherwise struggle immensely to make ends meet.
It's a problem particularly notable in New Jersey, which, squeezed between New York and Philadelphia, is known for its high taxes and generally crushing cost of living. Ban retail stores from selling puppies. Murphy might target Assembly members to pass his proposed tax hikes. The group is running Facebook ads to support him, which you can see here. Revlimid appears to have caught the attention of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar who used it as an example Wednesday — without naming it outright — of how some drug's prices rise with impunity.
Celgene can keep raising the price of Revlimid because the drug has no competition. It's been around for more than a decade and its original patent expires next year. But today it looks like another four years could pass with no generic competitor to Revlimid.
Last month, the Senate Ethics Committee demanded that Sen. Bob Menendez pay back the value of the gifts he received from his friend, Florida eye doctor Salomon Melgen, and amend his Senate financial disclosure reports to show those gifts, which the panel determined he had improperly failed to report for years.
But the committee provided no time frame for Menendez D-N. The federal Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry indicated it is preparing to release a study saying that the PFC family of chemicals perfluorochemicals , also known as PFAS, should be subject to much tighter restrictions than those advocated — but not required — by the Environmental Protection Agency. When the police officer stopped me, I was upset, frustrated, and uncharacteristically out of sorts.
And to my benefit, the officer did not react to my behavior. The officer kept an even tone in our interaction and performed his job well under the circumstances. I thank him for his patience. This is the kind of issue that everyone in town will be talking about. Then-mayor Dana Redd predicted jobs would follow. The fanfare was premature, said Zack Duz, who owned the store.
For a while, business was slow. But not anymore … The Economic Opportunity Act, which authorized the broad use of state tax incentives to lure businesses to Camden, has led many companies to move to the city. Council President Marty Small Sr. The union chief's claim about the teacher came during an undercover video produced by conservative group Project Veritas. The physical therapy provider, the Totowa Center for Pain Management, previously had not done any work for the school district, the audit said.
The bridge, which carries about 90, vehicles each day over a tidal strait between Elizabeth, N. If that panel approves a lower rate, New Jersey American Water says it will refund the excessive rates, with interest. All our policy and political tipsheets http: New Jersey is an unfriendly place for primary care — newly minted primary care physicians are fleeing the state at a staggering rate.
Significant administrative burdens, low compensation, an emphasis on higher cost specialty care, massive medical school debt and ineffective loan redemption programs make NJ a highly unfavorable practice environment. Without a strong primary care physician workforce, NJ patients suffer. Research shows adding more primary care physicians decreases mortality.
Eighty-eight percent believe that primary care leads to healthier patients, higher quality health care and lower costs.