According to a new report by NJPIRG Law & Policy Center, banks and financial firms have partnered up with hundreds of campuses nationwide, latching their debit cards and other products onto student IDs. The report said over nine million students are at risk for increased debt, as the student debit cards come with high fees and weak consumer protections. Meanwhile, the cards have become a prime source for distribution of financial aid to students.
UPDATE: Assembly Republicans Amy Handlin and Donna Simon are drafting legislation that would make compensation for community college presidents transparent and accountable to tuition payers and taxpayers.
Out of all 21 New Jersey counties, Morris County ranked number one in overall child well-being. Cumberland County ranked last, according to the New Jersey Kids Count annual rankings released this week.
On Thursday, the full New Jersey Assembly voted in favor of a bill that would make it illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to use a tanning bed, regardless of whether they have obtained parental permission...
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