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"… have to wait. Already, six states — Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, New Jersey and Washington — divide up their congressional districts with some form …"

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"… e departments, including the Newark Police Department in Newark, New Jersey, and the Baltimore Police Department, agreed to consent decrees …"

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"… ne leads the nation in Lyme incidence, topping hot spots like Connecticut, New Jersey and Wisconsin. Deer-tick illnesses such as anaplasmosis and babesiosis — …"

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"… today, similar bills are pending in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio and New Jersey. There’s still a long way to go — but the prospect of a real constitut …"

"… ts for comment. A handful of other states, including Vermont, California, New Jersey, Illinois and Rhode Island, have passed similar resolutions to Conway’s …"

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"… manicured lawns and to escape the higher taxes of neighboring New York and New Jersey. But the good times have ended, and Connecticut has been caught flat-foote …"

"… nd still maintain lower rates than neighboring New York (8.82 percent) and New Jersey, (8.97 percent). Expanding the sales tax to include internet sales and ser …"

"… re benefits for state employees. Only three states, Kentucky, Illinois and New Jersey, had more severely underfunded pensions than Connecticut, which had only 4 …"

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"… ists and doctors. But at least five states — Connecticut, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina and Utah — include drug company employees on their commi …"

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"… f: The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against the sports leagues in May, and the New Jersey Legislature is set for a vote as soon as Thursday on legislation to clear …"

"… ny that operates Monmouth Park, said the leagues should be the ones paying New Jersey, which racked up millions of dollars in legal fees for its fight to legali …"

"… oint trying to seek any money from us." Pre-game groundwork At its core, New Jersey's legal fight at the Supreme Court was about state sovereignty — wh …"

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"… hestrating a multimillion-dollar security fraud scheme. A federal jury in New Jersey found Cary Lee Peterson, 38, of Phoenix, guilty on three charges: two coun …"

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"… ce to cash in on sports betting. The U.S. Supreme Court sided Monday with New Jersey in its six-year quest to allow legalized sports betting, breaking up Nevad …"

"… ecticut, Mississippi, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia — along with New Jersey had already passed legislation to allow legalized sports betting, continge …"

"… sor, operate, advertise, promote, license, or authorize” sports betting. New Jersey had petitioned the court against the wishes of the NCAA, the NBA, MLB, NHL …"

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"… oration with the Center.   In Region 11, which encompasses New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the award for Small Market Radio Investigative Repo …"

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"… workers could shop for lower-cost investment options. Washington state and New Jersey adopted this approach. In 2016, lawmakers in New Jersey passed legislation …"

"… shington state and New Jersey adopted this approach. In 2016, lawmakers in New Jersey passed legislation with bipartisan support creating an Oregon-style auto-I …"

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"… nizations. I am always working.” But Elaine Del Vecchio, a semi-retired New Jersey resident, said she felt duped after learning almost all of her donation to …"

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"… riving force behind Outreach Calling is Mark Gelvan, a wealthy 49-year-old New Jersey businessman whom they banned in 2004 from fundraising in New York, in part …"

"… t years, and Gelvan — whose wife owns multi-million dollar properties in New Jersey and Florida — remains under New York state investigation, according to c …"

"… ro Telemarketing Associates Corp. with two business partners, according to New Jersey business records. Within seven months, Gelvan was the sole director. Over …"

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"… ree and sell them the power, popular because it costs nothing up front. In New Jersey, which has less sun and a lot more solar than Florida, residents have larg …"

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"… s in the House, compared with Republicans who won two more than in 2013. New Jersey did not break records for women. A total of 36 women won in the 2017 legis …"

"… tes, while Democrat Shelly Simonds trails by 12 votes in District 94. In New Jersey, women lost at least one seat in the Legislature but two Assembly seats re …"

"… ocrats win the two-person office, it would turn things around for women in New Jersey’s Legislature: instead of losing a seat, women would set a new record wi …"

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"… nts, according to Mark Pomykacz of Federal Appraisal, a consulting firm in New Jersey. That means less of a budget boost for communities absorbing projects, eve …"

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"… s — and is thus being watched closely by pundits and politicians alike. New Jersey, the only other state with major elections this fall, isn’t much of a co …"

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"… orate on a second segment airing this weekend about how children from New Jersey to California find themselves at risk of breathing toxic air — just by g …"

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"… by the Carnegie-Knight News21 program. PHOENIX – In Ringwood, New Jersey, Ford Motor Co. dumped more than 35,000 tons of toxic paint sludge onto la …"

"… threaten a reservoir providing drinking water to millions of residents of New Jersey. In Picher, Oklahoma, decades of lead and zinc mining left residents with …"

"… nd drink some good water,” said Vivian Milligan, a resident of Ringwood, New Jersey. “I want to see our future generations have the time to grow up and not …"

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"… her than the maximum level allowed by the EPA, while about half of Newark, New Jersey public schools found lead in their water. Lead can cause significant dama …"

"… fe Drinking Water Act. Only six states – Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York and Virginia – require schools to test for lead, according to …"

"… Two Democratic senators – Tammy Duckworth of Illinois and Cory Booker of New Jersey – reintroduced legislation in June that would require schools nationwide …"

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"… influenced FERC’s policy on how it would weigh projects. Years later, a New Jersey man fighting a pipeline that would run 167 feet from his daughter’s bedr …"

"… h will mostly serve utilities and other firms owned by the developers. The New Jersey agency representing utility customers is also skeptical. “NJ Rate Couns …"

"… n stream after stream.” U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman, a Democrat from New Jersey, wants to see reforms earlier in the process — when FERC is still delibe …"

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"… state subsidiary of United Healthcare called PacifiCare, an Aetna plan in New Jersey and an Independence Blue Cross plan in the Philadelphia area. The fifth on …"

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"… records. Both of the groups are now gearing up for this year’s races in New Jersey and Virginia, where each seat will be open because New Jersey Gov. Chris C …"

"… s races in New Jersey and Virginia, where each seat will be open because New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Gov. Terry McAuliffe of Virginia are term-limited. …"

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"… ds, blocking streets. The Newark community abuts the Port of New York and New Jersey, third-largest seaport in the country, and some of the trucks are going to …"

"… n the city has it. The asthma hospitalization rate for all ages, something New Jersey does track, was nearly three times higher in Newark than in the rest of th …"

"… ecade, ICC staffers and volunteers have called on the Port of New York and New Jersey — the destination for 9,000 trucks a day — to do more. About 62 perce …"

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"… r Public Integrity review of filings with the Federal Election Commission, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch of Utah …"

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"… niversity of Southern California Center for Health Journalism. …"

"… ansportation Campaign calls the most treacherous for pedestrians in all of New Jersey. A four-year-old on the way home from after-school care was killed in 200 …"

"… ng to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Nine years ago, New Jersey enacted a law to try to stop schools being built near highway ramps, and v …"

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