Physical, mental, and emotional health are the building blocks of a fair and just society. That requires access to comprehensive, high-quality health care, regardless of anyone’s income, race, or where they were born. It also means addressing systemic racism that has harmed the health of Black and brown communities. New Jersey can and should do more to allow all residents to lead healthy lives.

Featured Publication

Passage of Abortion Rights Bill Sends Clear Message to Rest of Nation

Harm Reduction Programs Provide Lifesaving, Critical Care to New Jersey Residents

It’s Time to Decriminalize Syringes and Expunge Past Records

Expanding Medicaid to New Mothers Will Keep Families Healthy and Reduce Racial Disparities

Maintaining Continuous Medicaid Coverage After the Pandemic Would Advance Health Equity

Improving Indoor Air Quality in Schools Helps Students Succeed

Pandemic Relief Funds Must Be Used to Dismantle Racial, Gender, and Economic Inequities

NJPP Applauds Signing of Landmark Bills to Prevent Lead Poisoning

Senate and Assembly Pass Cover All Kids Legislation

NJPP Applauds Passage of the Easy Enrollment Health Insurance Program

Four Ways New Jersey Can Improve Health Care Using American Rescue Plan Funds

Roadmap to Electrifying New Jersey’s Public Bus Fleet

Slow Down: Horizon’s Restructuring Plan Raises Red Flags

GetCoveredNJ: How New Jersey’s State-Based Exchange Will Make Health Coverage More Affordable

Unprecedented and Unequal: Racial Inequities in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Census 2019: New Jersey’s Uninsured Rate Increased for the First Time in Years

COVID-19 Job Loss Leaves More Than 100,000 New Jerseyans Uninsured

NJPP Applauds Passage of State-Level Health Insurance Assessment

The Health Insurance Assessment Will Make Coverage More Affordable and Accessible

New Jersey Can Act Now to Make Health Care More Affordable: The Health Insurance Assessment Explained