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REVISED NJ TRANSIT REFORM BILL IS READY FOR MURPHY

A new version of the beleaguered NJ Transit bill is on the table, ready for Gov. Phil Murphy to sign. Lawmakers anticipate he will do so, though the latest draft doesn't implement all of the changes recommended by the audit Murphy demanded. The last voting session of the year is on Monday. (NJ Spotlight)

MEASLES: NEW DETAILS, 86 PEOPLE POTENTIALLY EXPOSED

On Sunday, the Associated Press reported an update from health department officials about the state's measles outbreak: 86 Ocean City residents might have been exposed to the measles at a private event. Now, there are more details: the event was a party in New York. That is, the potential exposure could have happened when the residents visited New York. (Asbury Park Press)

SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES MIGHT HAVE VIOLATED LAWS

Three incumbent candidates for the Rutherford school board might have violated campaign laws, officials say, because they used crowdfunding. They did not declare the funds raised online — $3,1000 — in campaign filings. One candidate vowed to take "immediate corrective action." (NorthJersey.com)

EMBLEMHEALTH TO PAY NJ AFTER PRIVATE DATA RELEASED

In a settlement reached Monday, EmblemHealth will pay the state $100,000 in civil penalties after the company released personal data about more than 6,000 of its New Jersey customers. The patients' data included Medicare Health Insurance Claim Numbers, which mirror Social Security numbers. (Asbury Park Press)

AFTER LOSING FUNDING, SCHOOLS MEET WITH NJ OFFICIAL

The state's Commissioner of Education visited two schools in South Jersey on Monday that recently lost state funding as a result of Sen. President Steve Sweeney's S-2 reforms. The school districts at the event were affected due to so-called “adjustment aid,” in thousands of dollars. (Press of Atlantic City)

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