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The Wrap: School Regionalization, Ratepayers, Housing Crisis

2024-02-20T11:44:55-05:00

In the Cape May County Herald's weekly newsletter, an NJSPL R/ECON blog was referenced in relation to the growing housing crisis in New Jersey and the ongoing legislative steps that are being taken to address this crisis.

The Wrap: School Regionalization, Ratepayers, Housing Crisis2024-02-20T11:44:55-05:00

Opinion Commentary: Abraham Lincoln, the President and the Memorial

2024-02-13T17:40:14-05:00

Policy Fellow Linda Stamato published a new op-ed in MorristownGreen commemorating the birthday of President Abraham Lincoln, and the momentous history that has been accomplished in the U.S. since then.

Opinion Commentary: Abraham Lincoln, the President and the Memorial2024-02-13T17:40:14-05:00

Believe in democracy? Then, I’ve got some bad news for you. | Opinion

2024-02-07T10:14:36-05:00

NJSPL Policy Fellow Linda Stamato discusses an upcoming law the New Jersey State Legislature is currently weighing that would make it easier for county sheriffs to conduct home foreclosure auctions online, depriving newspapers of paid auction ads and a valuable income source for many local papers already struggling to stay in business.

Believe in democracy? Then, I’ve got some bad news for you. | Opinion2024-02-07T10:14:36-05:00

No, Electric Scooters Aren’t More Dangerous Than Other Modes of Transportation.

2024-02-05T14:47:15-05:00

A recent NJSPL blog on micromobility and pedestrian safety, co-authored by Hannah Younes, Bob Noland, and Leigh Ann Von Hagen, was referenced in a new piece published by The Handbuilt City.

No, Electric Scooters Aren’t More Dangerous Than Other Modes of Transportation.2024-02-05T14:47:15-05:00

An uneven recovery? NAIOP panelists see different paths for different asset types in 2024

2024-01-30T16:14:06-05:00

NJSPL Research Affiliate Will Irving discussed his latest R/ECON economic forecast as part of a panel at the NAIOP NJ annual meeting, and Real Estate NJ featured the presentation in a new article.

An uneven recovery? NAIOP panelists see different paths for different asset types in 20242024-01-30T16:14:06-05:00

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

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

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

Commentary: Two billion spaces, and counting. How much parking do we need?

2023-12-18T12:08:48-05:00

NJSPL Policy Fellow Linda Stamato published a new op ed in the Morristown Green discussing considerations that should be made with regards parking spaces and design within city planning.

Commentary: Two billion spaces, and counting. How much parking do we need?2023-12-18T12:08:48-05:00
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