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1 Environmental justice: Clean and green in every community
2 Liberty and Justice for All: An Open Letter to Fellow Citizens in Defense of American Institutions
3 An epidemic's electronic eyes | Hub
4 An institute, park and street -- John S. Watson deserves every accolade
5 Environmental Justice and Clean Energy in New Jersey
6 National Crises Point to Climate Solutions Addressing Racial, Economic and Environmental Justice
7 Shipper CMA deals with ransomware. UHS hospitals work through Ryuk. Microsoft resolves outages. Sophisticated but not exotic.
8 Thomas Edison State University receives $47K to train teachers
9 Roundtable: The Urgency of Delivering Environmental Justice — and Clean Energy — in New Jersey
10 MAYOR RAS J. BARAKA TO HOLD VIRTUAL MEETING: “REOPENING: OUR RESURGENCE FROM COVID-19” ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, AT 1:30 PM
11 NJ Department of Community Affairs Awards Watson Institute $155,000 Grant
12 Disinformation in the 2020 Presidential Election: Latest Updates
13 Economic influences on population health in the United States: Toward policymaking driven by data and evidence
14 Baraka outlines Newark's reopening plans
15 Not real news roundup: Fact-checking claims about Harris' family, COVID-19 tests and more
16 Microsoft Named as Headline Partner for Health & Wellbeing CogXtra on the CogX Live Network
17 STATEMENT: NEPA Rollback Would Stifle Speech and Spur Pollution, Environmental Justice and National Environmental Groups Charge
18 Kuwait ruler Sheikh Sabah dies at age 91
19 How anti-Indigeneity proliferates around the West and the world
20 TESU and ACCC Create New Pathway to a Bachelor’s Degree
21 Rebuilding New Jersey after COVID-19: Advancing a Healthy, Resilient, Sustainable and Fair Garden State
22 TESU Ranked Among Nation’s Best Human Resources Programs
23 AT&T Makes $105,000 Contribution to Create Access to Healthy and Fresh Food In the Community
24 Environmental Justice and National Environmental Groups Advance a Historic Joint Climate Platform
25 The New Jersey Council for the Humanities Awards $19,974 in Support of the Cultural Conversation Circles Project
26 Notes and Details about Marijuana Legalization Bills from Front Office Meeting with NJ Mayors
27 A Progressive Perspective: The City of Trenton Needs a Reset
28 Carteret schools to benefit from Thomas Edison State University Foundation grant for culturally responsive classrooms
29 NJ students: UCC engineering quartet chosen for NASA program
30 Johns Hopkins releases report on digital contact tracing to aid COVID-19 response
31 Gov. Lamont extends mask order through February
32 Making Sure Murphy Administration Prioritizes Environmental Justice
33 National coronavirus response: A road map to reopening
34 Dr. R. Rodney Howell receives Michael S. Watson Genetic/Genomic Medicine Innovation Award
35 Small firms say Rishi Sunak's job-saving plan doesn't go far enough
36 JUICE
37 Profile: Interim Schools Chief Jumps into the Fire
38 Jersey Water Works Applauds Governor's Commitment to Clean Water and Modern Water Infrastructure
39 Johns Hopkins launches online course to train army of contact tracers to slow spread of COVID-19
40 Public health principles for a phased reopening during COVID-19: Guidance for governors
41 Johns Hopkins experts call on everyone to take part in coronavirus contact tracing
42 Coronavirus live updates: New Zealand records first outbreak in 102 days; Global cases top 20 million
43 Here's how you fix urban poverty in N.J., study says
44 First Look at Primary Results for NJ's First Mail-In Election
45 Public Will Have Four Chances to Weigh in on Murphy's Budget Plan
46 Johns Hopkins Launches Interactive Map for School Reopening Plans
47 NJ’s Troubled Cities: Shrinking Tax Bases, Growing Need for Basic Services
48 POLITICO Playbook: 'This is absolutely not how it works'
49 Thomas Edison State College director receives award
50 Survey Of Contact Tracing Workforce Shows Little Growth, Despite Surging Cases : Shots
51 Kicking the Habit: The Opioid Crisis and America's Addiction to Prohibition
52 Officials: Virus spikes could emerge weeks after US economic reopenings
53 How to fix the Covid-19 dumpster fire in the US
54 Differing views as states consider whether colleges should test all students for COVID-19
55 Anti-racist Public Health Response to Demonstrations Against Systemic Injustice
56 Health Department Pledges to Solve Several Long-Term Care Concerns by End of July
57 Partnership Between NJ's State University System, Large Private Health Network Almost Complete
58 How Will We Know When It’s Time to Reopen the Nation?
59 Assembly, Senate Bills to Decriminalize Pot Pitched as Part of Social-Justice Reform
60 Murphy Makes Primary Vote-By-Mail, Results to Come in Mid-July
61 A mysterious company's coronavirus papers in top medical journals may be unraveling
62 Public health expert: U.S. hasn't 'found the edges of the outbreak yet'
63 ANGELA R. WATSON and MATTHEW H. LEE: For the students
64 As States Reopen, Do They Have Enough Staff To Do Contact Tracing? : Shots
65 Challenge for NJ Cities: Gentrify Without Driving Out Less-Affluent Residents
66 Opinion: We Must Rescue Health Insurance for Small Businesses and Their Workers
67 How Addiction Treatment, Risk-Reduction Programs Have Evolved During Pandemic
68 Long, Complicated Recovery for Many COVID-19 Patients
69 Public Health Experts Warn The U.S. Lacks Resources To Contain The Coronavirus
70 Long delays in getting test results hobble coronavirus response
71 Explainer: COVID-19 Testing, Testing, One, Two, Three…
72 Controlling coronavirus cases will take effort, cooperation as states reopen, Johns Hopkins and MIT experts say
73 WHO Director-General's Special Envoys on COVID-19 Preparedness and Response
74 This is not a drill
75 Machine learning and artificial intelligence research for patient benefit: 20 critical questions on transparency, replicability, ethics, and effectiveness
76 IoD loses second chair in two and a half years
77 State to Reopen Woodbury Hospital and Others to Help with Coronavirus Surge
78 Trisha Kehaulani Watson: We Should Elect Leaders Who Can Actually Lead Us
79 When the call about coronavirus comes, Maryland officials hope the public answers
80 Democrats' Intraparty Strife Dominated in 2019; Expect More of Same in a Major Election Year
81 Earth Day: Florio Addresses Green Issues, Kean on How DEP Came About
82 Predictive Modeling Suggests COVID-19 Could Be at Peak Impact on NJ Health Care System
83 Gov. Murphy's Budget Includes Trio of New Health-Related Taxes
84 Some States Plan To Big Increase In Contact Tracing Staff To Fight Coronavirus : Shots
85 PSEG Foundation Awards $200,000 Grant to Support Career Enhancement Program for Military and Veteran Students and Advance Thomas Edison State University's STEM Initiatives
86 NJ Budget 2020 Analysis: The Spending, the Taxes, the Rest
87 'We Can't Unsee' Racial Inequities in NJ Made Clear by COVID-19. What's the Plan to Address Them?
88 Saying They've Been Ignored, Nursing Homes Lay Claim to Latest Federal COVID-19 Funding
89 Alumni Aid Johns Hopkins Research Into 'Systemic Dysfunctions' in Rhode Island School System
90 Experts call for new national public health workforce to trace spread of COVID-19 cases
91 Harvard Law Professor's Attack on Homeschooling Is a Flawed Failure. And Terribly Timed, Too.
92 Questions Remain About Whether Murphy Will Delay Primary, Use Mail-in Balloting
93 Fine Print: How New $50M Program Is Supposed to Make College in NJ Affordable
94 We Live in a Patchwork Pandemic Now
95 Sergei Khrushchev, Soviet leader’s son who became U.S. citizen, dies at 84
96 Virus spikes could emerge weeks after US economic reopenings
97 Trump wants America to ‘normalize’ coronavirus deaths. It’s the media’s job not to play along.
98 Conspiracy theories aside, what contact tracers really do
99 Joint Working Group on eBooks and Digital Content in Libraries Addresses Library Concerns
100 COVID-19 Pandemic Pushes NJ to Step Up Reliance on Telemedicine