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Testimony in the Senate Public Safety Committee lasted for hours, with residents on both sides of the debate using the hearing as a final opportunity to catch lawmakers' ears.
Spend some cash at a participating Newark business and get money back in the form of a rebate.
Republicans Dana Wefer and Lindsay Brown running for US Senate and House of Representatives, respectively, hope to capture the state's centrist lane.
The speaker carefully dodged questions about his stance on a millionaire’s tax, corporate business tax or legalizing marijuana, all of which are key components to the governor’s budget.
In a Trenton demonstration, participants continue to push the gun reform momentum forward.
Pallone's town hall was sparsely attended, but impassioned voters were there hoping to get the ear of a ranking Washington Democrat.
Despite this being the largest budget in state history, many organizations say the $37.4 billion might still not be enough.
Despite Newark’s progress in reducing the number of children with elevated blood lead levels, kids in the city are twice as likely to have lead poisoning compared to children statewide.
Throngs of student took to the streets in Newark and across the country, calling for action and government accountability.
Both the Senate and Assembly will hold a full voting session next week where the direction of this legislative session will take shape.
Another wallop of heavy, wet powder threatened to down trees and clog rail lines.
With little help from Republicans in Washington, Pallone and his Democratic colleagues are counting on state leaders to keep what’s left of the Affordable Care Act intact.
Following a conversation with students in Newark about gun safety, Booker spoke about the need for common sense gun legislation.
A Cache of Kinetic Art: Curious Characters is an interactive exhibit at the Morris Museum.
If you live in the northern half of the state, not only are you more likely to live longer, but odds are pretty good your quality of life will be better, too.