Right off the bat, Judge Esther Salas accused both sides of using “gamesmanship” in the case, saying the plaintiffs are magnifying the issue while the defendants downsize it.
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Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin Thursday introduced a bill that will increase the state’s minimum wage to $15 dollars an hour, gradually, by 2024 for some workers.
The activists who helped lead the state to a blue wave of midterm victories, are opposing a Democratic proposal to change the legislative redistricting process.
Despite awareness and advances in medicine, doctors say our success combating the HIV/AIDS has also become our weakness.
New Jersey's Attorney General, Gurbir Grewal issued a 14-point directive on sexual assault investigations to all law enforcement officers. NJCASA Executive Director Patricia Teffenhart spoke to Briana ...
A new report released by the Governor’s Advisory Council recommends increasing awareness and education around palliative, hospice care and end-of-life care directives.
Faith leaders meet to discuss the social justice aspect of marijuana legalization.
Members of the Trenton Education Association are calling for Trenton Schools Superintendent Fred McDowell’s ouster, saying placing one police officer per school still leaves kids and staff at risk.
In an unprecedented step, an Ocean Township middle school teacher and a colleague are taking the NJEA to court by filing a federal class action suit against the state of New Jersey, the NJEA and their ...
It’s a bold statement to make, in Hudson County of all places, but Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla is looking to end a years-long feud.
Getting released from prison might seem like cause for celebration. But more often than not, reentry to society presents a whole new slate of challenges for ex-offenders.
Politically active women who helped energize the blue wave that has swept across the state celebrated the midterm outcomes and rallied to push the movement forward.
The new vote by mail law, signed in August of this year, didn’t give county election offices much time to prepare for what turned out to be an unprecedented midterm election.
Mail-in ballots are drastically changing the landscape of early voting this election.
The head of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority outlines the state's plan to bring in venture capital funds while lifting up women and minorities.