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Al Koeppe videoAlfred C. Koeppe, business leader and champion for economic development in New Jersey's cities, is the recipient of New Jersey Future's 2016 Smart Growth Awards, Cary Edwards Leadership Award.

2016 11 28 BCBCNJ tmHealth care is moving away from a volume-focused fee-for-service model toward patient-centered primary care homes that reward providers for healthy outcomes.

If you have little idea what that means, join the club.

A new public education project is getting off the ground to try to both understand consumers’ concerns and teach them how to get the most out of the healthcare system.

The state was witness to a historic moment earlier this month. A bipartisan group of lawmakers came together and solved our state's transportation funding crisis. New Jersey now has the long-term source of funding it needs to fix our infrastructure. But there is one more piece to this puzzle: On Nov. 8, voters must vote "Yes" on Ballot Question 2 to ensure every dollar of the state's gas tax goes toward infrastructure funding.

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In a recent episode of 'Caucus: New Jersey', host Steve Adubato led a lively discussion on how to make New Jersey more competitive in attracting and retaining business. The panel featured the officers of Opportunity New Jersey: Tom Bracken, president and CEO, New Jersey Chamber of Commerce; Michele Siekerka, president and CEO, New Jersey Busioness & Industry Association; Debbie Hart, president and CEO, BioNJ; and Ralph Thomas, CEO and executive director, New Jersey Society of CPAs.

Lead New Jersey, a statewide leadership organization, named its “30 Leaders for 30 Years” at a gala event held last week in Jersey City. The event, which honored individuals whose leadership has made “New Jersey a better place to live and work,” according to LeadNJ, also celebrated 30 years since the founding of the organization.

2016 09 12 prieto sweeney christie tmGov. Chris Christie and state legislative leaders are discussing a reduction in the state sales tax, potentially by half a percentage point, as part of a deal to replenish the Transportation Trust Fund, POLITICO New Jersey has learned.