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N.J. / Democrats raise minimum wage to $8.50

So much for the bipartisan lovefest brought on by Hurricane Sandy. Democrat and Republican senators clashed Monday over a proposal to raise the state’s minimum wage to $8.50 from $7.25 and provide for annual cost of living increases. The Senate Budget committee advanced the bill by a 7-6 vote, and the Senate is expected to … Continue reading

Sandy / Cheers for jobs program

CHEERS: For a $15.6 million emergency federal grant program that will pay for unemployed New Jerseyans to do temporary work helping to clean up the shore in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. It’s an idea so logical that some government skeptics might scarcely believe it came from elected officials. Out-of-work South Jerseyans who want to … Continue reading

Capital Health – 175 Layoffs at Hopewell and Trenton hospitals | NJ.com

Capital Health officials confirmed today that approximately 175 employees at its Trenton and Hopewell hospitals will be laid off. The workers, including those in finance, management and technical areas like radiology, began receiving layoff notices yesterday. Doctors, nurses and other employees directly involved with patient care will be largely spared, but some supervisory nurses may … Continue reading

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