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How to ensure that Biden’s environmental and labor regulations survive

2024-05-06T11:42:15-04:00

The Briden administration has released a series of new regulatory changes in the past month, including labor and environmental regulations. NJSPL Principal Investigator Dean Stuart Shapiro discusses how these regulations may have the ability to endure past this first presidential term in his latest op-ed from The Hill.

How to ensure that Biden’s environmental and labor regulations survive2024-05-06T11:42:15-04:00

Report Release: Senior Connect: A Community-Engaged Approach to Promote Digital Equity for Older Adults

2024-05-02T08:56:11-04:00

By Diane Hill, Ph.D., Donita Devance, MCRP, and Epiphany Munz, B.A. The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way that we communicate and interact as a society. Importantly, it highlighted the need for digital literacy [...]

Report Release: Senior Connect: A Community-Engaged Approach to Promote Digital Equity for Older Adults2024-05-02T08:56:11-04:00

NJ’s property tax rate leads the country. Where does your town stand?

2024-05-06T11:28:16-04:00

A new article in NorthJersey.com cited a report published R/ECON and the New Jersey State Policy Lab examining influences to New Jersey's municipal tax rates.

NJ’s property tax rate leads the country. Where does your town stand?2024-05-06T11:28:16-04:00

April 29, 2024 – New Jersey State Policy Updates

2024-04-30T13:51:30-04:00

Cannabis On Two-Year Anniversary of Legal Cannabis Sales, Lawmakers Push for Home Cultivation - Sen. Vin Gopal introduced in January S1393/A846, which would authorize home cultivation of medical cannabis, and S1985/A3867, which would allow medical users to possess up to ten plants and recreational users to possess up to six. In the two years since commercial [...]

April 29, 2024 – New Jersey State Policy Updates2024-04-30T13:51:30-04:00

COMMENTARY: The freedom to read: Books in the crosshairs of the culture wars

2024-05-07T13:38:33-04:00

NJSPL Policy Fellow Linda Stamato authored a new op-ed in The Bernardsville News discussing the importance of libraries and the freedom to read in the wake of mounting book bans.

COMMENTARY: The freedom to read: Books in the crosshairs of the culture wars2024-05-07T13:38:33-04:00

From Lab to Streets: Safely Accommodating Micromobility Innovations

2024-04-29T10:53:32-04:00

By Clinton J. Andrews, Leigh Ann von Hagen, Robert Noland, Hannah Younes, Wenwen Zhang, Jie Gong, Dimitris Metaxas, Desheng Zhang Electric scooters have been widely visible on our streets only since 2018. They are part of a wave of “low-speed, electric” micromobility innovations including shared bicycles, individual electric bikes, hoverboards, and electric wheelchairs that are [...]

From Lab to Streets: Safely Accommodating Micromobility Innovations2024-04-29T10:53:32-04:00

New Jersey State Policy Lab Celebrates Our 3rd Anniversary!

2024-04-29T08:55:04-04:00

By Elizabeth Cooner, Ed.D. As we celebrate three years since the inception of the New Jersey State Policy Lab (NJSPL), we are proud of the solid foundation of public policy research we have built. Working with more than 120 faculty members, 80 students, and experts at 25 research centers, we have launched more than 40 [...]

New Jersey State Policy Lab Celebrates Our 3rd Anniversary!2024-04-29T08:55:04-04:00

April 22, 2024 – New Jersey State Policy Updates

2024-04-24T11:18:09-04:00

Education Assembly Passes Bill to Keep Afloat Schools Facing Steep Cuts in State Aid - On April 15, the state Assembly passed A4161, a bill which would allow school districts to fill budget gaps created through steep reductions in aid from the state. The bill would enable specific districts to raise their levies by up to [...]

April 22, 2024 – New Jersey State Policy Updates2024-04-24T11:18:09-04:00

Improving Socioeconomic Outcomes: Comparison of Offshore Wind Implementation in Denmark and New Jersey

2024-04-22T09:27:38-04:00

By Jessica Parineet In 1991, the world’s first demonstration offshore wind farm began operating off the coast of Denmark[1]. Today, the UK leads the EU region with 15 gigawatts (GW) of capacity, followed by Germany with 8.5 GW, the Netherlands with 4.7 GW, and Denmark with nearly 2.7 GW[2]. Despite early adoption in Europe, China [...]

Improving Socioeconomic Outcomes: Comparison of Offshore Wind Implementation in Denmark and New Jersey2024-04-22T09:27:38-04:00

Commentary: Freedom to read is freedom to think. It’s time for NJ lawmakers to protect both

2024-04-22T10:42:20-04:00

NJSPL Policy Fellow Linda Stamato published a new op-ed in MorristownGreen discusses the importance of the freedom to read in the face of increasing book bans targeting public libraries across the nation.

Commentary: Freedom to read is freedom to think. It’s time for NJ lawmakers to protect both2024-04-22T10:42:20-04:00
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