New Jersey News: Governor Murphy Nominates Patrick Callahan as Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police

NonProfit University Blog

TRENTON, NJ – New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced his nomination of Colonel Patrick J. Callahan to serve as the Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police. Colonel Callahan has led the New Jersey State Police with honor and integrity,” Governor Murphy said. “He

New Jersey News: Governor Murphy Appoints Bill Castner as Senior Advisor to the Governor of Firearms

NonProfit University Blog

Trenton, NJ – New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced the appointment of Bill Castner as Senior Advisor to the Governor on Firearms for the state of New Jersey.

New Jersey News: Governor Murphy Nominates Tracy Thompson as Insurance Fraud Prosecutor of the Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor

NonProfit University Blog

TRENTON, NJ — New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy nominated Tracy Thompson to become insurance fraud prosecutor of the Office of Insurance Fraud Prosecutor, a position which is subject to the advice and consent of the State Senate. “I

New Jersey Federal Court Orders Alcibiades Cifuentes, Jennifer Wee Cifuentes & Cifuentes Fund Management, LLC, to Pay More Than $2.2 Million for Forex Fraud Scheme

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Continue reading New Jersey Federal Court Orders Alcibiades Cifuentes, Jennifer Wee Cifuentes & Cifuentes Fund Management, LLC, to Pay More Than $2.2 Washington DC — The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) announced that Judge Esther Salas of the U.S.

New Jersey Accountants ‘Pay It Forward’

Associations Now

Nearly 100 members of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants traveled to high schools statewide last month with the goal of increasing awareness and enthusiasm for a career as a CPA. The post New Jersey Accountants ‘Pay It Forward’ appeared first on Associations Now

MOUNT OLIVE, N.J. | Multiple people hurt after school bus, dump truck crash

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AP) — A school bus and dump truck collided on a New Jersey highway Thursday, injuring multiple people, according to police. New Jersey highway Olive Mayor Rob Greenbaum TodayNewsMOUNT OLIVE, N.J. (AP)

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New Jersey Mug Shot Bill Raises Open-Access Concerns

Associations Now

A proposed law targeting ethically questionable sites that post arrest mug shots easily passed in the New Jersey General Assembly on Thursday, but journalists’ organizations and open-access advocates worry that it will have wider consequences.

MOUNT OLIVE, N.J. | Multiple deaths after school bus collides with dump truck

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AP) — A school bus taking children on a field trip to a New Jersey historic site collided with a dump truck Thursday, ripping the bus apart and killing multiple people, officials said. MOUNT OLIVE, N.J. (AP)

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WASHINGTON | EPA chief talks with families of men felled by solvent

NonProfit University Blog

New Jersey Democratic Rep. Politics environmental protection agency EPA chief talks with families New Jersey Democratic Scott Pruitt TodayNews

New Jersey Tech Council Has Its Eye on Post-Embargo Cuba

Associations Now

A little less than 1,300 miles separate New Jersey from Cuba, but with a new association endeavor, that distance could get a little smaller. The post New Jersey Tech Council Has Its Eye on Post-Embargo Cuba appeared first on Associations Now

Learning from Other’s Mistakes

NonProfit University Blog

This same author then seemed to provide BSSSA with a pardon for its wrongdoing, explaining that it had experienced major senior staff turnover in the last half of 2012, including a new CEO, COO and finance head.

Five Former Salesmen For Morris County Clinical Lab Sentenced For Bribing Doctors In $100 Million Test Referral Scheme

NonProfit University Blog

Five individuals were sentenced yesterday for bribing doctors in exchange for test referrals as part of a long-running and elaborate scheme operated by Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services LLC (BLS), of Parsippany, New Jersey, its president and numerous associates, U.S. NEWARK, N.J.

Zero Sum Pie Tastes Bitter

NonProfit University Blog

The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs is in the public comment stage on a proposal that would require nonprofits to provide the means for a donor to designate funds for a particular program. You go New Jersey!

TRENTON, N.J | Quick release of gun data called trailblazing and troubling

NonProfit University Blog

Phil Murphy unveiled the data Tuesday as part of a campaign promise to strengthen New Jersey’s already-tight gun laws. TRENTON, N.J. (AP)

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J | Hard Rock granted casino license in Atlantic City

NonProfit University Blog

Hard Rock had an easy time with New Jersey gambling regulators on Wednesday, gaining a license to reopen a casino and begin Atlantic City’s recovery from a string of gambling hall closures on a property that President Donald Trump once hailed as “the eighth wonder of the world.”

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Illegal Alien Admits Unlawfully Returning To The United States And Failing To Register As A Sex Offender

NonProfit University Blog

An El Salvadorian man previously convicted for sexually assaulting a child today admitted to failing to register as a sex offender after unlawfully returning to the United States and traveling to New Jersey, U.S. CAMDEN, N.J.

BURLINGTON | Guess who’s coming to Windsor? Royal ceremony weds cultures

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BURLINGTON, New Jersey (AP) — With a gospel choir, black cellist and bishop, Oprah, Serena and Idris Elba in the audience and an African-American mother-of-the-bride, Saturday’s wedding of Prince Harry to American actress Meghan Markle was a blend of the solemn and the soulful.

Former IRS Employee Pleads Guilty To Unauthorized Possession Of Official Federal Agency ID

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Deon Owensby, 42, of Trenton, New Jersey, pleaded guilty before U.S. NEWARK, N.J. A former IRS attorney today admitted possessing a federal agency identification card without authorization and using it during multiple traffic stops, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.

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ELIZABETH, N.J. | Ex-NFL player: Police fabricated evidence for gun charge

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AP) — A former NFL linebacker’s career was cut short after authorities in New Jersey fabricated evidence linking him to a gun used in a shooting, the player alleged in a lawsuit filed this week. ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP)

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CINCINNATI | Prosecutor: Man’s drink scam defrauded Ne-Yo, Brian McKnight

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CINCINNATI — A New Jersey man is accused of running a multimillion-dollar scam that bilked singers Ne-Yo and Brian McKnight, who invested in a sports drink company.

Best Benefit Ever: Tailored Performance Tracking

Associations Now

The New Jersey Credit Union League will create customized performance reports for its members. Why it works: The new product is part of the group’s effort to offer members strategic help.

Membership Hack: Card-Carrying Volunteer Recruiter

Associations Now

The New Jersey Society of CPAs recruits volunteers with a business card that removes the barriers to getting involved. The New Jersey Society of CPAs was on a mission to engage members face-to-face and recruit some volunteers at the same time.

Friday Buzz: Concrete Evidence on the Benefits of Public-Private Partnerships

Associations Now

A study of the past five years of economic activity in New Jersey reveals a number of insights about partnerships that associations nationwide can learn from. “A similar culture shift is now underway in New Jersey, with universities collaborating both with industry and each other.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.9.16

Reid All About it

Hear ways the American Institute of CPAs and New Jersey Society of CPAs are connecting with high school and college students, educators, members and other stakeholders to recruit members and nurture future CPAs. Susan Dyer, Membership Development Manager, New Jersey Society of CPAs.

Best Benefit Ever: Keep Your Skin in the Game

Associations Now

As part of a new agreement with the New Jersey State Golf Association (NJSGA), the cancer-screening company MoleSafe is offering the golf association’s members a 15 percent discount on skin-analysis services at a handful of hospitals in New Jersey as well as at NYU Medical Center in New York.

Why One Tire Dealers Group Put on the Brakes

Associations Now

The decision by the New Jersey State Tire Dealers Association to stop spinning its wheels came down to three simple things: revenue, membership, and a lack of either. New Jersey’s leading tire dealers group won’t be burning rubber anytime soon.

Thanksgiving: What are your grateful for?

Beth Kanter's Blog

I’m at the New Jersey Shore for the Thanksgiving holiday. My hometown got hit pretty hard, but we’re counting our blessings that my family’s house is still standing and able to enjoy this Thanksgiving with family.

Butterfly Association Steps Up Conservation Efforts

Associations Now

With a new network of land preserves, the North American Butterfly Association hopes to further support the continent’s populations of endangered butterflies. However, the new plots will not act as education centers.

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State Dealers Groups, Tesla Motors Find Room for Compromise

Associations Now

The company, which is looking to invest $4 billion to $5 billion in a “gigafactory” that would produce lithium-ion batteries, is looking to build in one of four states—Arizona, Texas, Nevada, or New Mexico.

State Dealer Groups, Tesla Motors Find Room for Compromise

Associations Now

The company, which is looking to invest $4 billion to $5 billion in a “gigafactory” that would produce lithium-ion batteries, is looking to build in one of four states—Arizona, Texas, Nevada, or New Mexico.

Association Leader: Ernie Rosenberg

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Whether its motion pictures owned by Hollywood studios or fragrance formulas belonging to fragrance houses in New Jersey, industries with IP exposure are pretty intense about the issue. Ernie Rosenberg, President & CEO, American Cleaning Institute.

How One Foundation Got Kids Interested in Skiing—With Its Own Ski Park

Associations Now

In the three winters that the National Winter Activity Center has been active, the National Winter Sports Education Foundation’s “living lab” has helped drive a massive interest in the slopes among New York City-area kids.

7 Secrets of a Master Digital Story Teller

Vanguard Tech

Organizations must embrace the new way that people receive and consume information. I was a radio news director and reporter in New Jersey and New York, one of the most competitive media markets in the U.S.

Pain Point: Acupuncturists Concerned With Therapists’ Use of Needles

Associations Now

Exposing a sharp pain: The issue came to a head earlier this month, after members of the New Jersey Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine pressured a CBS affiliate, via a Facebook message to its members, not to air a segment on dry needling featuring a physical therapist in the state.

How Associations are Attracting Students to the Profession or Industry

Smooth The Path

We are finding that there are not enough new graduates to take the place of those who are retiring, particularly in highly technical fields. Closing the loop interviews will also be conducted with member hiring managers to learn what skills and abilities successful new hires possess.

Tesla, Auto Dealers Still Tangling Over Direct Sales

Associations Now

But a flare-up of the issue in New Jersey, where a state agency ruled last week that the company was violating state law by selling directly to consumers, is drawing new attention to the dispute.

Tiny House Group Ramps Up Knowledge-Sharing, Advocacy to Boost Tiny Living

Associations Now

That’s why the American Tiny House Association is excited about its new knowledge-sharing platform. Not to mention the political atmosphere is different: We don’t have townships in Texas, but they’re all over New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.”.

The Dangers of Commingling 

NonProfit University Blog

I’m no lawyer, but it would seem that the New Jersey Tax Court put some interesting handwriting on the wall that all nonprofits need to read and think about. Today, hospitals provide a full array of medical services to clients regardless of their ability to pay and that, according the Court, is not consistent with the tax exemption for nonprofit hospitals that New Jersey adopted in 1913.

Infection Control Group Spearheads Online Ebola Training Course

Associations Now

This innovative program will assist [infection preventionists] in training health care personnel on proper [personal protective equipment] use through visual demonstrations put in the context of CDC’s new [personal protective equipment] guidance.”

Governors Association Launches Opioid Treatment Pilot Targeted at Prisons

Associations Now

Last month, NGA announced a pilot program in eight states—Alaska, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, North Carolina, New Jersey, Virginia, and Washington—that will expand access to addiction treatment for offenders in prisons.