The governor addresses the bridge scandal and his future plans. The education commissioner says he’s leaving. And did NJ Transit really fumble its Super Bowl schedule?
Republicans have criticized the way the GWB lane closure investigation is going.
State lawmakers mounting a double barreled investigation into the George Washington Bridge scandal while the Christie administration prepares an internal review. And is there an emerging heroin ...
The Senate and Assembly have approved the creation of separate investigative committees.
Overriding the governor on marriage equality. We’ll talk about why that is becoming a possibility. Plus, big changes in the public schools. A big addition at Rutgers. And a controversial jobs ...
ACLU-NJ Executive Director Udi Ofer believes there will be enough votes to override Gov. Chris Christie's veto of the Marriage Equality Act before the voting deadline of Jan. 14, 2014.
Some Lawmakers Not Present for Original Vote on Marriage Equality Will Support Overriding Christie’s Veto
Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera (D-4) says she's not surprised that some Republicans will support marriage equality legislation because it's the right thing to do.
Fallout from the vice presidential debate.
Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi wants to remove acquired flood-prone properties from the tax rolls at the time of purchase, regardless of when they are acquired, so that municipalities don't have to pay ...
Under a health benefits law passed and signed in 2010, new members of the Legislature are finding themselves ineligible for enrollment in the State Health Benefits Plan.