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NJ Biz
Building Our Future Bond funded $76M STEM complex opens at TCNJand specifically provide institutions resources to expand STEM programs. “This
NJ Biz / Posted 7 days ago
and specifically provide institutions resources to expand STEM programs. “This is an investment that is paying off,” said New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney, who attended the event along with Gov. Chris Christie, Ewing Mayor Bert... Read more
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Bizjournals
Atlanta, forget about Amazon's HQ2, it's going to -- New Jersey?a quality transportation infrastructure, the best research universities in the
Bizjournals / Posted 10 days ago
a quality transportation infrastructure, the best research universities in the country and a strategic location,” New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney says. Other East Coast cities optimistic about luring Amazon's HQ2 reportedly... Read more
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Philly.com
Don't believe TV attack ads; Sweeney the better choice for N.J. voters | Endorsementto adhere to positions that become untenable as circumstances change. Too many
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
to adhere to positions that become untenable as circumstances change. Too many politicians who walk in lockstep no matter what is a problem in this country. That STEPHEN SWEENEY didn’t do that is more reason to reelect him to the New Jersey S... Read more
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NJ.com
Christie: I'm open to more curbs on gun device used in Las Vegas shootingon Sunday, had 12 of the devices in his hotel room, authorities said. On Thurs
NJ.com / Posted 15 days ago
on Sunday, had 12 of the devices in his hotel room, authorities said. On Thursday, three veteran Democratic members of the New Jersey Senate formally introduced a bill that would ban the sale and possession of the devices in the state. Meanwhile,... Read more
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Atlantic City Mourns the loss of Former Mayor, SenatorWhelan, D-Northfield, N.J., asks Harvey Kesselman, acting president of Stockton
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 1 months ago
Whelan, D-Northfield, N.J., asks Harvey Kesselman, acting president of Stockton University, a question as he sits in on the New Jersey Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee meeting at the Statehouse Thursday, April 30, 2015, in Trenton N.J.... Read more

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