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4 in 10 New Jerseyans still undecided on Gov. Murphy
A new Rutgers-Eagleton poll finds 42 percent of state residents are undecided on Gov. Phil Murphy, and 29 percent say they don't have an opinion on his overall performance as governor.
NJ’s Beaches in ‘Better Shape’ Than Before Superstorm Sandy — Study
If you're visiting a beach on the Fourth of July weekend, you'll have plenty of space to put down your towel.
After School Bus Crash, NJ Lawmaker Demands National Seat-belt Law
Less than two weeks after a school bus accident killed two residents of his congressional district, U.S. Rep. Josh Gottheimer has introduced a federal bill requiring three-point seat belts on large school buses.
Leasing a Pet? NJ Lawmaker Says it’s a Cruel Scam
State Sen. Kristin Corrado said she was stunned to find out that unscrupulous companies were leasing living creatures to people, so she's introducing a bill to ban the practice in New Jersey.
NJ Women Twice as Likely as Men to Suffer From Depression
A study by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield has found that 3.5% of their insurance policy holders suffer from major depression and women are twice as likely as men to be diagnosed.
‘Five-Second Rule’ Debunked by Rutgers Researchers
Next time you drop some food on the ground, remember this.
Child Care in NJ Costs Nearly as Much as College Tuition, Study Finds
And one way to help parents would be treat day care like college by offering grants and financial aid.
Nearly a Quarter of Americans Have More Debt Than Savings, Study Says
Just over half of Americans have more emergency savings than credit card debt, according to a new study by Bankrate.com.