Smaller workshops at the conference focused on things like police-community relations and the state's aging infrastructure.
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At the League convention, leaders spoke about issues surrounding affordable housing and adopted resolutions for a workaround to the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deduction.
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions' memo to impose more stringent conditions on consent decrees leave many disappointed who see the agreements for police reform as a step in the right direction.
At Monmouth University, pollster Patrick Murray and FiveThirtyEight senior political writer Clare Malone shared their takeaways and analysis of the first national election in the Trump era.
Protesters in Westfield express their displeasure with Trump's firing of his Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the danger that they feel it puts the Mueller investigation in.
At the Eagleton Institute of Politics, a panel called 'The Morning After' analyzed the midterm results.
The mayor says the city’s water and sewer department has been doing a fine job and it doesn’t need the Natural Resources Defense Council to tell it what to do.
A former prisoner shares an app he created to help family and friends send much needed love to those behind bars.
New Jersey says enrollment dipped by 10 percent last year and it plans to reverse that this year.
The coalition says state legislators have a role in reforms, policies, and laws in an effort to help make New Jersey more equitable for all of its citizens.
Under the new law, employees will earn one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours worked, and up to 40 hours a year.
Some of the biggest names in bio-pharma operate in New Jersey. They welcome Cryoport as a neighbor, and discuss what its moving to New Jersey could mean for business.
It's still up for debate how the final bill will address black and brown people, who are disproportionately arrested for marijuana possession.
Peter Harvey, the independent federal monitor for the Newark Police Department, discusses the latest report that outlines the outstanding progress that has been accomplished and the needed work ahead ...
The pharmaceutical industry fears the move will confuse patients, while the administration hopes it will bring transparency.