A new report shows public investment in electric infrastructure would create millions of jobs in the U.S., among other long-term benefits.
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Clean-energy advocates are speaking out about state legislation (SB 275) that could keep municipalities from adopting construction policies that put use of electricity ahead of methane gas in new buildings. SBN Correspondent Steve Lubetkin has more in this audio report.
The Institute for Women’s Policy Research says policies restricting access to comprehensive reproductive health care are costly to women and states’ economies.
Robert White, president-elect of the New Jersey Realtors, discusses housing sales with SBN correspondent Steve Lubetkin.
The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice and the ACLU-NJ have released “To Record and Protect,” calling for New Jersey’s attorney general to establish a First Amendment Policing Policy to reaffirm the rights of community members who record police encounters.
This week’s guest on SBN Newsmakers is Craig Taylor, best-selling author of Londoners, whose new book, New Yorkers, A City and Its People in Our Time (affiliate…
United Health Foundation says from 2016-2019, drug-related deaths, suicide and mental stress increased among people 65+ nationwide. SBN Correspondent Steve Lubetkin has more in this audio news report.
HARRISBURG, PA (SBN) – A coalition of labor, community and environmental groups has released a plan to use federal investments in climate infrastructure to transform…
New Jersey Future, a smart growth advocacy group, is supporting a bill that would expand state and regional oversight of warehouse development in the state.
SBN correspondent Steve Lubetkin reports that Pennsylvania teachers are urging districts to use Federal dollars from the American Rescue Plan to focus on helping students catch up.