Changes to New Jersey's bail system go into effect Jan. 1, even after calls to halt them.
The poor can't be kept in jail for failing to make bail. Reformers applaud the changes. But some counties and companies claim it won't pay. Voice-activated technology linked to the cloud can control ...
With the clock ticking on the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act, the governor announced a plan to include funding and a task force.
The state Council on Local Mandates Friday struck down New Jersey’s anti-bullying law, declaring it represents an unfunded mandate on school districts and local governments.