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New Jersey to Extend Early In-Person Voting

New Jersey’s legislation requires each of the state’s 21 counties to open three to seven polling places for machine voting in the days before an…

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‘I’ve Lost a Lot of Faith’: Suburban Parents Push Schools to Reopen Faster

“We had an influx of students from the public sector wanting to come into our schools quite simply because we were open,” said Vincent de…

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Schools Were Set to Reopen. Then the Teachers’ Union Stepped In.

Montclair is no ordinary town. The mayor, Sean Spiller, is the No. 2 official at the statewide teachers’ union, the New Jersey Education Association. The…

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Is a Second Wave Starting in N.Y.C.?

Weather: Foggy early, then mixed sun and clouds. High in the low 70s. Alternate-side parking: In effect today. Suspended tomorrow for Veterans Day. ImageCredit…Mark Abramson…

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N.J. Will Borrow $4.5 Billion as Pandemic Pain Hits States

New Jersey officials on Thursday approved a budget that hinges on borrowing $4.5 billion to cover basic operating costs, making the state one of the…

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Deal Reached in N.J. for ‘Millionaires Tax’ to Address Fiscal Crisis

Gov. Philip D. Murphy campaigned on a vow to raise taxes on the rich in New Jersey. It took three years and a pandemic to…

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Why New Jersey’s Plan for In-Person Schooling Is Falling Apart

Just a few weeks ago it seemed that New Jersey, the state with the highest coronavirus death rate in the nation, was on the verge…

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New Jersey Will Hold Mail-in Election in November, Over Trump’s Objections

New Jersey voters will for the first time cast their ballots for president predominantly by mail in November. Gov. Philip D. Murphy, a Democrat, announced…

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