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The bill, now awaiting Gov. Chris Christie’s approval, would require that the state’s student loan agency forgive the debts of borrowers who die or become permanently disabled.
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A union representing more than 5,000 professors and coaches who teach more than 100,000 students has been without a contract since June 2015.
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