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In high gear
The proposed course would be half in
Published reports in early August said the mayors of
The kids aren't alright
Grapevine is hearing some small-business owners, in a last-ditch effort to beat soaring health costs, are enrolling their children in NJ FamilyCare, a federal- and state-funded health insurance program for families that meet certain income and family size criteria. One health insurance broker said one of his clients, a handyman who makes
But to be eligible for NJ FamilyCare, the children would have to go without insurance for three months, and a representative for the state
Sunblock for incentives
The end of two key federal incentives is just over the horizon, and solar insiders tell Grapevine the chances for another extension aren't very sunny.
With that deadline fast approaching, however, industry sources said there's not much hope for another extension.
"I'm not optimistic about it," is how one industry executive put it.
Another industry source said the case for an extension is hurt by the scandal involving
No one plans to do any hydraulic fracturing in
The new coalition includes the
Asked why the issue was important to
Yet while the coalition has plenty of bigname backers, its press releases came from a communications coordinator with the
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