When the Smoke Clears, Cannabis Will Be the Garden State’s New Cash Crop

IN NEW JERSEY, WHILE CANNABIS will soon be a growing industry, it will be complicated because the drug is still classified as a Schedule I controlled substance. This makes bank financing difficult to find, and expen-sive as well. Local ordinances banning cannabis facilities add an additional roadblock when it comes to locating real estate for these businesses. As sage legal
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Murphy Administration Proposes Rules for NJ’s Re-Entry into Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative

FULFILLING HIS PLEDGE TO “restore New Jersey to a national leadership role in the fight against climate change and sea-level rise,” Gov. Phil Murphy has announced that the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) has formally proposed two rules that will steer New Jersey’s re-entry into the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). The RGGI is made up of Mid-Atlantic
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2019 College/University Presidents Roundtable: Educating America’s Future Business Leaders

THE FINEST COLLEGES AND universities are preparing students to become the business leaders of the future with an eye on what skill sets they will need to succeed. From investing in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education to adding global studies to business curricula to linking course study with area employer requirements, many schools are engineering their MBA and
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NJDEP Awards $14 Million to Local Municipalities to Promote Recycling

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS WILL SHARE $14.3 million in grants to further enhance recycling efforts, based on 2016 recycling performance in their communities, according to New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe. The recycling tonnage grants are awarded through the state’s Recycling Enhancement Act and are funded through a $3 per-ton surcharge on trash disposed at solid waste
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Cardiac Care Advances at New Jersey’s Top Hospitals and Medical Centers

STATE-OF-THE-ART CARDIAC CARE is making a difference for hundreds of thousands of patients each year—there are five million people in the United States suffering from chronic heart failure, with about 550,000 diagnosed each year. Here are the latest treatments that are saving lives and improving the quality of life for survivors and their families. In addition, through early intervention, many
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