President’s View: New Federal Environmental Policies Will Empower New Jersey Leaders, Regulators

Through his appointments and through his Executive Orders, President Trump has sent a message to the business community that he will eliminate burdensome regulations and policies that adversely affect our economy and private sector job growth. Environmental regulations are “out of control,” explained President Trump. “We’re going to make a very short process, and we’re going to either give you
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Seven Ways to Avoid Online Fraud

IT IS IMPORTANT FOR consumers to secure their wireless networks and filter the amount of personal information they choose to divulge online, as the Internet has become one of the most popular tools used to commit fraud. Since cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated and targeting more people, here are some tips to keep you safe online. Keep your computers and
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Diabetes: Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr., is a Leading Advocate for Better Disease Management

DIABETES IS THE SIXTH LEADING cause of death in New Jersey, and is responsible for nearly 2,000 deaths each year. In New Jersey, more than 700,000 individuals live with type 2 diabetes, including nearly 90,000 on Medicaid. In addition, one in three adults in New Jersey has prediabetes and others are at risk of developing it. This doesn’t even count
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Sustainability and Environmental Degree and Certificate Programs

STUDENTS ARE NOW BEING trained at New Jersey’s top colleges and universities to become the future leaders of the environmental industry. In addition, continuing education for working environmental professionals is an added value being offered at many of these same schools. Here are some of the finest programs in the Garden State. Kean University By Dr. Feng Qi, Executive Director,
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