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NJ.com. By Star-Ledger Editorial Board
NJ Monitor. By Nikita Biryukov.
In 2014, New Jersey voters backed a constitutional amendment to allow judges to order certain criminal suspects be detained without bail and pushed the courts away from holding minor offenders awaiting trial.
NJ.com. By Jonathan Salant.
A typical New Jersey family of four with one child and one infant in full-time day care would save an estimated $27,000 a year on child care costs under President Joe Biden’s proposed spending bill.
That’s more than the same family would receive in all but three states, according to the study by the House Education and Labor Committee.
Patch. By Anthony Bellano
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS AND AEROSPACE WORKERS
An amendment championed by the IAM and U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross (D-NJ) that would dramatically increase domestically made procurement requirements in major defense programs has cleared a critical hurdle in Congress.
MSNBC. Deadline: White House
Following President Biden’s visit to NJ and NY to visit the damage left by Hurricane Ida, Rep. Donald Norcross (D-NJ) and Associated Press White House reporter Jonathan Lemire discuss how Congress and the White House can fight climate change.
Defense News. By Joe Gould
A provision to raise the minimum wage for Defense Department contractors to $15 per hour, up from $10.95, was adopted into the annual defense policy bill advanced by the House Armed Services Committee on Thursday.
Business Insider. By Peter Suciu
The United States Navy's four Iowa-class battleships have been preserved as museum ships, and each survived combat operations in World War II and beyond, but it is time and the elements that have been the greatest threat to the mighty battlewagons.
Tap Into Camden. By Noah Zucker
A Biden administration cabinet member with the power to shape schooling on a national scale conferenced with students, educators and local politicians in the city on Friday.
Courier-Post. By Phaedra Trethan
"People make housing," Fudge added, and several of the people who make up Ablett Village watched from their stoops and lawn chairs as a handful of speakers, including interim Camden Mayor Vic Carstarphen, U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross and Camden County Commissioner Al Dyer talked about the changes to come at the complex.