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Christie Files Lawsuit Challenging Abbott Decision

9-16-16
Gov. Christie has filed a lawsuit asking New Jersey’s Supreme Court to basically break its own landmark Abbott v. Burke decision and claims collective bargaining restrictions with teacher unions are unconstitutional.
160916Hill

Municipalities Differ with Rules About Tree Removal

9-16-16
Hundreds of New Jersey towns have laws governing the removal of trees on private property, but they differ so homeowners should ask before they take action.
160915Vannozzi

Christie Approves Use of Medical Marijuana for PTSD

9-15-16
Gov. Christie signed a bill that adds PTSD to a growing list of conditions that qualify patients for medical marijuana.
160915Flanagan

Asm. Caputo Wants More Specifics in North Jersey Casino Plan

9-15-16
Assemblyman Ralph Caputo introduced a resolution that urges the Legislature to offer more specifics about revenue two new casinos in northern New Jersey would generate for the state.
160915Hill

NJ Bail Reform Goes into Effect Jan. 1

9-15-16
A major hallmark of New Jersey's bail reform law: those arrested on a warrant must get a six-point assessment or algorithm hearing within 48 hours to determine bail.
160914Hill

Atlantic City to Default on Bridge Loan

9-14-16
Atlantic City failed to dissolve the Municipal Utility Authority as collateral for the $73 million bridge loan from the state.
160913Aron

Jury Selected in Bridgegate Trial

9-14-16
The jury in the Bridgegate trial includes seven women and five men, as well as four alternates.
160913Flanagan

How Candidates’ Health Matters to Voters

9-13-16
The news that Hillary Clinton has pneumonia has brought up the issue of candidates' health and how it impacts voters' decisions.
160913Aron

Nine Jurors Seated for Bridgegate Trial

9-13-16
Nine people have been chosen for the jury in the Bridgegate trial and 19 were dismissed. Opening arguments are scheduled for Monday.
160912Vannozzi

Combined Reporting Bill Aims to Close Corporate Tax Loopholes

9-12-16
If signed into law, the combined reporting bill would prevent multi-state companies from shifting profits across state lines and paying lower tax rates.