A judge gives the Trump administration 90 days to defend the DACA suspension.
Pallone's town hall was sparsely attended, but impassioned voters were there hoping to get the ear of a ranking Washington Democrat.
From DACA to equal pay, Sweeney moves Democratic agenda items through the state Senate.
About 100 protesters rallied on the Rutgers University-Newark campus as part of several demonstrations across the state marking the March 5 deadline for the expiration of DACA.
Menendez discussed the president's infrastructure plan, as well as the failure of the U.S. Senate to pass any sort of legislation regarding DACA.
The government remains open for business, following another nail biter in Washington this week.
Thirty two New Jersey residents became U.S. citizens, just as tensions mount to reach a deal in Washington on immigration reform.
Booker called releasing the Nunes memo "an attempt to undermine the Mueller investigation."
Booker and Pallone are among several members of Congress bringing DACA recipients as their guests to the State of the Union.
Gov. Murphy and Attorney General Grewal announced NJ will be joining 15 other states and D.C. in a lawsuit against the federal government for ending DACA.
Democrats say that in order to vote for a continuing resolution that would temporarily keep the government funded and running, they want Republicans to fund some of their priorities.
Immigration reform, children's health insurance and more are threatened by the president's rhetoric.
A coalition of advocates launched “Let’s Drive NJ," a campaign to expand access to driver’s licenses.
In the nick of time, homeward-bound members of Congress passed a stop-gap measure that averted a government shutdown.
Strikers outside of Rep. Leonard Lance's office have been fasting for four days in an effort to draw attention to immigration policies.