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Op-Ed: NJ must make good use of opioid settlement funds

2024-01-25T11:26:46-05:00

New Jersey will be receiving approximately $1.1 billion from the recent opioid settlement award money, and NJSPL Policy Fellow Linda Stamato advocates that the state should use these funds to develop an integrated system of collaborative care with medical and nonmedical professionals to confront and address opioid addiction.

Op-Ed: NJ must make good use of opioid settlement funds2024-01-25T11:26:46-05:00

January 22, 2024 – New Jersey Policy Updates

2024-01-23T12:42:09-05:00

Public Administration Murphy Signs Bill on Liquor Licensing and Brewery Activity - On Jan. 16, Gov. Murphy signed S4265, a liquor license reform bill which also repeals restrictions on brewery activity strongly opposed by the industry. NJ’s liquor licensing laws cap the number of licenses issued in a municipality at 1 for every 3,000 residents, making [...]

January 22, 2024 – New Jersey Policy Updates2024-01-23T12:42:09-05:00

50 Years of Protecting the Shore: What’s Next for CAFRA?

2024-01-22T10:31:34-05:00

By Will Parker. For fifty years, New Jersey’s Coastal Area Facility Review Act (CAFRA) has been protecting coastal resources and guiding development patterns along the shoreline. To commemorate that anniversary, this project sought to understand [...]

50 Years of Protecting the Shore: What’s Next for CAFRA?2024-01-22T10:31:34-05:00

Living in the boss’s guest house? Jersey Shore workers struggle to find middle-class homes

2024-01-18T09:54:28-05:00

NJSPL Research Affiliate Will Irving was interviewed in a recent Asbury Park Press article examining the sharply rising cost of housing and rent in New Jersey.

Living in the boss’s guest house? Jersey Shore workers struggle to find middle-class homes2024-01-18T09:54:28-05:00

The Link Between Diabetes, the Heart, and the Kidneys: Implications for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management in New Jersey

2024-01-18T09:44:57-05:00

By Heather O’Donnell. For the first time, the American Heart Association identified a new medical condition called cardiovascular-kidney-metabolic syndrome (CKM), which emphasizes the strong connections between cardiovascular disease [...]

The Link Between Diabetes, the Heart, and the Kidneys: Implications for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management in New Jersey2024-01-18T09:44:57-05:00

January 14, 2024 – New Jersey State Policy Updates

2024-01-19T10:43:50-05:00

Public Administration Lame Duck Session Ends Without Action on Key Issues - The 2022-2023 legislative session concluded with a flurry of activity in the legislature and Gov. Murphy’s office, but several key issues remain on the docket for the next session, including a ban on smoking in casinos, expansion of affordable housing, liquor license reform, expanded [...]

January 14, 2024 – New Jersey State Policy Updates2024-01-19T10:43:50-05:00

Partnerships, Targeted Goals, and Impacts: A Revised Implementation Strategy for the Great American Outdoors Act

2024-01-16T09:38:19-05:00

By Josephine O’Grady. The Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) of 2020 promised the investment in national parks that the United States desperately needed. Since 1980, the number of visitors to national parks [...]

Partnerships, Targeted Goals, and Impacts: A Revised Implementation Strategy for the Great American Outdoors Act2024-01-16T09:38:19-05:00

For the Biden administration’s 2024 regulations, timing is crucial

2024-01-11T15:43:46-05:00

The Biden administration has released its Fall 2023 Agenda and listed the planned regulations for all executive branch agencies for 2024 and beyond, but the administration will need to balance when to issue these regulations as the president approaches his incumbent reelection, writes NJSPL Principal Investigator Dean Stuart Shapiro in a new op ed from The Hill.

For the Biden administration’s 2024 regulations, timing is crucial2024-01-11T15:43:46-05:00

Tuning in to Camden County Transportation Opportunities and Challenges

2024-01-11T09:28:57-05:00

By Carla Villacis, M.A. We’re gearing up for our study on transportation issues in Camden County, and there’s a lot of context to be aware of and incorporate as we finalize our data collection tools and map out logistics for participant outreach. The transportation landscape is an ever-evolving one, and it’s important that our research [...]

Tuning in to Camden County Transportation Opportunities and Challenges2024-01-11T09:28:57-05:00
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