Susan K. Livio,

Susan K. Livio

Trenton, NJ, United States

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Past articles by Susan:

New laws to stem high cost of prescription drugs in N.J. were just signed by Gov. Murphy

People on state-regulated insurance plans will pay $30 a month for insulin, $25 a month for EpiPens and $50 for asthma inhalers. → Read More

Port Newark channel reopens for business after deadly cargo ship fire

There is no longer "immediate concerns" of the cargo ship capsizing, Coast Guard officials said. → Read More

Rushed budget axed $200M Murphy promised to N.J. towns hit by soaring public worker health costs

The loss of the money could force higher property taxes or cuts to services or jobs, local officials fear. → Read More

‘It’s bad, bad, bad....’ N.J. officials to investigate if mold is putting veterans in jeopardy.

Officials say there are "a lot of unanswered questions" regarding the apparent mold growth, which can be harmful those in nursing homes. → Read More

N.J. just moved closer to protecting interracial marriage from potential Supreme Court threat

The state Legislature Tuesday sent Gov. Phil Murphy a bill that would protect interracial marriages → Read More

Signs of apparent mold at troubled veterans home spark $500K remediation effort

At least 28 rooms vacated over "discolored" drywall and plumbing leaks at state-operated nursing home for veterans. → Read More

Ex-N.J. governor, GOP truck driver win closely watched N.J. legislative primaries. Here’s who else won.

The entire state Legislature is up for grabs in New Jersey's elections this year. → Read More

Consumer groups can’t stop N.J. from letting Horizon operate like a for-profit company, court says

Citizen Action New Jersey and Health Professionals and Allied Employees fought insurance company's reorganization approved by the Murphy administration. → Read More

N.J. marijuana cultivation site closing down, entire staff could lose their jobs

Curaleaf, the largest legal cannabis company in the U.S. announced 220 layoffs across the country in December that did not include N.J. → Read More

N.J. may be willing to help pay down your medical bills, according to Murphy’s budget plan

In his budget address, Gov. Phil Murphy said he's taking a look at how some cities have forgiven millions in debt by working with a national nonprofit. → Read More

Mental health treatment company must repay N.J. $1.1M for hiring unlicensed and unvetted workers

The report by the state Comptroller also criticized the state for not checking if employees had background checks. → Read More

Support for abortion rights grows stronger in N.J., poll says

More than 6 in 10 New Jerseyans describe themselves as "pro-choice," 8 percentage points higher than a decade ago → Read More

Feds come down hard on veterans home operated by N.J. with $340K in penalties

The fines follow charges of improper care and abuse that put the lives of nursing home residents in “immediate jeopardy.” → Read More

Veterans home is safe enough for admissions again, N.J. says

In November, the state Health Department suspended admissions after inspections revealed conditions that put residents in “immediate jeopardy.” → Read More

New poll shows how N.J. residents want legal weed tax revenue spent

Only 11% said any of the money should be use for law enforcement purposes → Read More

N.J. will allow more legal weed companies to grow cannabis to boost slowly growing market

The state Economic Development Authority also announced a grant program to help aspiring business owners once harmed by the war on drugs. → Read More

N.J. could increase food aid to thousands of residents who will soon lose pandemic-era assistance

The bill raising SNAP benefits, formerly known as food stamps, is now on Gov. Phil Murphy's desk → Read More

Veterans homes would have to separate COVID patients under proposed N.J. law as outbreak continues

A COVID outbreak at the Veterans Memorial Home at Menlo Park in Edison that began in late November 2021 continues → Read More

Elderly resident charged in death of 91-year-old woman at N.J. nursing home where both lived

The two people lived at AristaCare at Cedar Oaks in South Plainfield → Read More

91-year-old nursing home resident dies after alleged assault by another resident, family says

Clara Sutowski was allegedly beaten in the face and head by an 81-year-old resident. She died three days later from the blunt force trauma. → Read More