Ahead of a town hall meeting in Waretown, Congressman Tom MacArthur talked about a proposed gun law.
Christie the governor versus Christie the candidate. Can he juggle twin roles on the jobs? Should he? The governor says he can. And there's no state law saying he can't. State gun restrictions may ...
Gov. Christie signed an executive order that shortens the wait time from 30 to 14 days for victims of violence.
When the state's in financial stress, state institutions get squeezed. It's happening in higher ed where costs are already soaring. Counting the homeless. Fewer are struggling for shelter in the ...
Sen. Weinberg wants to amend the law to have retailers offer smart guns alongside their other products.
The 100-year-old law that governs elections is getting an upgrade; the proposals would make registration easier and voting less cumbersome. A New Jersey law to restrict gun violence is getting a ...
NJ has a law that says three years after the first smart gun is sold, state firearms dealers can only sell smart guns.
The state wins another round in the fight over funding state employee pensions. The state Supreme Court's given Gov. Christie a pass on paying an extra $1.5 billion. Unions call it a travesty and vow ...
Gov. Christie pardoned Steffon Josey-Davis who had a registered gun in his glove compartment two years ago.
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New Jersey Second Amendment Society President Frank Jack Fiamingo says strict laws won't solve the problem of violence. He also supports having armed guards in schools to protect children.
The Senate Law and Public Safety Committee approved seven bills strengthening gun laws in New Jersey.
Jackie and Mark Barden are hopeful state lawmakers will pass stricter gun laws.
Disagreements within the party may make reform difficult.
At a press conference in Trenton, Gov. Chris Christie discussed ideas to help curb violence in the Garden State.