Some say NJ Transit's use of audio recordings on the light rail violates riders' privacy rights.
Tax breaks for business. Gov. Christie says the windfall comes from turning around a deep deficit in the unemployment insurance trust fund. Irked that NJ Transit's eavesdropping on your private ...
Would he make a good president? What New Jerseyans think about the governor. The push to reduce traffic in the skies above the Hudson. And efforts to legalize, tax and regulate marijuana.
NJ United for Marijuana Reform believes legalizing marijuana will end court backlogs and produce revenue for the state.
Cops on the beat taking extra precautions. Begging's banned. Is poverty a crime? Is Mercedes-Benz hitting the road? Preserving an historic ball field. And hospitals help through the holidays.
The ACLU of NJ is helping a homeless man, fight an ordinance in New Brunswick that prohibits panhandling.
A date in court. Bridget Kelly shows up for a subpoena showdown. A growing battle in the biggest school district. The superintendent responds to calls for her resignation. And finding your place down ...
The ACLU of NJ won its court fight with the Butler school district, which was requiring parents to produce photo ID.
Gov. Christie witholding an endorsement, Congressman Pallone getting one. And we've got an interview with Mayor Cory Booker. Plus, cracking down on carjackers. And coping with too much rain.
New Jersey lawmakers are considering a measure that would allow undocumented students who graduate from a New Jersey high school to pay in-state tuition rates at colleges throughout the state.
Some immigrant detainees have been released in New Jersey who are non-criminal or low risk offenders because of the sequester. The move has heightened the debate over immigration from both sides.
ACLU-NJ Acting Executive Director Edward Barocas says his organization got involved in a legal fight to get the e-mails released because officials were trying to conceal public information.
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey says the new federal standards for obtaining licenses that the state was to implement Monday are unfair and filed a lawsuit to block them.
ACLU of New Jersey filed suit to try to get information about how the Zuckerberg donation is being spent.