Bob Hugin's latest campaign event focused on policy proposals to reform the health care system.
Three hundred people fired questions at Congressman Tom MacArthur during his town hall in Waretown.
Before the vote to repeal it, there's a plan to replace Obamacare. We'll tell you what it keeps, what it cuts and why it matters. A battle's brewing over bringing an end to BYOB by issuing cut rate ...
Time's running out Port Authority reform. Hiking Medicare prescription drug copays for state workers? Is that legal? The Senate president and the governor. And remembering the governor even Christie ...
New Jersey is facing a lawsuit over increases to prescription copays for state workers.
A new poll in the governor’s race. New questions about Obamacare. We have the Assembly speaker and Republican leader here for a debate. Plus, the former mayor of Newark, Sharpe James.
Thousands of New Jerseyans have been told they can't keep their existing health insurance plans.
Historic changes in the Garden State as same-sex couples get married and the governor drops his legal challenge. Plus, why is President Obama angry about Obamacare?
President Obama has pledged to do everything possible to ensure residents can properly sign up for health insurance through online exchanges.
Opening day for Obamacare. Closing day for the federal government. We’ll tell where things stand with the shutdown. Plus, why is the governor of Texas campaigning here?
Sen. Bob Menendez says he hopes Republicans "come to their senses" and realize they shouldn't shut down the government to get a desired policy result.
Although Barnabas Health has had to lay off workers because of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, President and CEO Barry Ostrowsky says some of the principles in the reform are excellent.
New Jersey’s congressmen sound off about a government shutdown. Businessmen sound off about Obamacare. And new developments in the battle over same-sex marriage.
Congressman Frank Pallone (D-6) called the Republicans' actions childish and said they shouldn't be using legislative issues as a reason to shut down the federal government.
An historic ruling on gay marriage, but the governor says he’s taking it to the Supreme Court. Plus, the inside story of Obamacare. And Gov. Christie’s hard words for some fellow Republicans.