NEWARK – State Sen. Richard J. Codey today announced a series of new initiatives and legislation to address the problem of homelessness in New Jersey. The announcement came inside the main waiting area in Newark’s Penn Station.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is encouraging Americans to take action against asthma by learning more about the disease and how it affects their families and communities. Nearly 26 million Americans, including more than 7 million children, are affected by this chronic respiratory disease, including low income and minority populations at the highest rates.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Authorities are actively investigating an attack upon a woman who was assaulted in the women’s room at a tavern in the city on April 27, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Anthony A. Caputo, director of the New Brunswick Police Department, announced today.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK — A Monmouth County insurance salesman and purported financial advisor has been arrested again and charged with defrauding five clients with an aggregate total in excess of $300,000 and attempting to bilk an additional client of $129,000, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and South Brunswick Police Chief Raymond Hayducka announced today.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The tax deadline may have just passed but planning for next year can start now. The IRS reminds taxpayers that being organized and planning ahead can save time, money and headaches in 2013. Here are eight things you can do now to make next April 15 easier.
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TRENTON— In an attempt to jump start action on stalled legislation to prohibit cash payments to public employees for unused sick leave, Senator Joe Kyrillos (R-Monmouth) said he will submit new legislation designed to eliminate legal objections that have prevented Democrats from taking up the issue.
The recent news from the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation that health insurers will have to send rebate checks totaling more than $1.3 billion to Americans this summer was especially gratifying to me. It more than justified my decision three years ago to clue members of Congress in on how insurance companies have systematically been devoting ever-increasing portions of our premium dollars to rewarding their shareholders and top executives.