With a June 30 deadline around the corner, lawmakers took testimony on bills to extend the controversial Grow NJ tax incentive program. But the governor, who wants a new program altogether, has ...
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Anna Landre’s Medicaid services are being cut, and the hours of personal care assistance she receives while away at school are getting slashed from 16 hours a day to 10.
Immigrant rights advocates make a case for driver's licenses to be issued to unauthorized immigrants.
Pallone says he doesn't see impeachment as an option forward because there isn't enough support in the Senate.
Assemblyman Parker Space is backing county leaders in their opposition to what they call a “sanctuary state scheme." Will voters in the North Jersey county get to vote on sanctuary state status?
Reporters discuss election results for some of New Jersey's contested primary races.
Gov. Murphy is "cautiously optimistic" as the deadline for the 2020 budget looms. He is once again pushing for the tax, which was a sticking point in last year's stalled negotiations.
Experts say allergy season is lasting longer and may trigger severe symptoms. Allergies affect more than 50 million people nationwide.
New Jersey has long been a home for some of the world's most famous innovators -- from Thomas Edison, to David Sarnoff, to Alexander Graham Bell and many more.
Artist Khiang Hei says the peaceful roots of the protest are often forgotten.
Rutgers scientists with the NASA-funded Enigma Project shared scientific research about the search for life in the universe with K-8 students.
Robert Woods Johnson Foundation senior policy officer Dr. Giridhar Mallya talks about the report "Building a Culture of Health," which presents policymakers with a framework to close existing gaps in ...
Hundreds of teachers, students and administrators rallied outside the State House in Trenton over proposed cuts to their state aid for the next fiscal year.
Calling it catastrophic, members of the Jersey City Board of Education say proposed cuts to state aid have the potential to dismantle the district.
Murphy unveils an agreement on congestion pricing with New York and addresses the resignation of Lizette Delgado-Polanco at the SDA.