Banning smoking on the beach, reinstating the individual mandate, and bills that improving safety on school buses are some of the new laws going to effect in 2019.
St. James Church in Newark was rocking Wednesday morning in anticipation of Gov. Phil Murphy’s visit, where Murphy and his progressive agenda are popular.
Despite lower premium costs and the state increasing funding for outreach, New Jersey is on track to sign up fewer individuals on healthcare.gov than last year.
The soon-to-be chair of the Energy and Commerce committee talks about what it will be like to work with the incoming freshman members of Congress, as well as the president.
For the first time in decades, midterms in New Jersey are actually competitive. With the balance of power in the House at stake, New Jersey is being closely watched.
MacArthur won re-election a couple years ago with 60 percent of the vote and tied his political fortunes firmly to Donald Trump. But seniors in the district have put health care on the ballot this ...
New Jersey says enrollment dipped by 10 percent last year and it plans to reverse that this year.
The state health commissioner says banking reforms will diversify the marijuana marketplace, especially if New Jersey legalizes recreational marijuana.
Ady Barkan's message is that Medicare and Medicaid need saving.
Forty-five years after the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision, a high court remade by President Donald Trump could overturn it.
Murphy is widely anticipated to sign both bills, but the impact on premiums probably won't be felt before 2019.
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.
Poll finds more New Jerseyans are insured, but that they are dissatisfied with their options and the price of coverage.
A new report by NJ Policy Perspective calls for legislation that would extend health care to children who are unauthorized immigrants.
It’s a big win for President Donald Trump. The $1.5 trillion tax bill passed in both the House and Senate and will soon be put on the president’s desk to sign into law.