Expert Available to Discuss Ethics of NY HPV Vaccination Bills 12/3/19

T. Patrick Hill, a Bloustein School professor of ethics and law, is available to discuss New York state legislation that would require the vaccination for HPV for children before attending school. Two bills are being considered by the state and are up for the January 2020 vote. “As an amendment to existing public health law, […]

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How we investigated evictions and code complaints in the Las Vegas Valley

As part of an investigative series on evictions in Nevada, the Las Vegas Review-Journal sought to evaluate eviction and code complaint rates among rental companies as of August 2019 focusing on companies that owned more than 100 single-family homes in the Las Vegas Valley and had bought most of their housing stock during and after […]

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NJ may be vulnerable to the next economic downturn

New Jersey may be vulnerable to the next economic downtown, according to a new report released Tuesday by New Jersey Policy Perspective, just as it was with the Great Recession. Authored by a practicum of Rutgers University Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy graduate students, the report compared New Jersey’s preparedness for and response […]

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