December 5th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

The New Jersey state Assembly’s higher education committee approved a bill that would appropriate $250,000 in taxpayer-funded state money to a special care treatment center at the state university’s dental school in New Brunswick. But the three Republican members on the panel all voted against it — and some cited Greg Schiano’s contract as the reason. “I have no objection whatsoever to spending money on dentists,” Assemblyman Michael Patrick Caroll, R-Morris said before the vote in Trenton. “But if Rutgers has $20 Million to spend on a football coach, we don’t have to give them any more.” New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy declined to say Wednesday how much taxpayer money would go into Schiano’s pay. – Brent Johnson,, Read More

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