It was a mad dash to get through more than a hundred bills and four constitutional amendments.
Casinos, guns and pension funds. Even a state butterfly. The legislature's year end flurry of votes included those and a hundred more. We'll tell you on which constitutional amendments you'll have a ...
People in Exxon's contamination zone air their grievances over a deal that lets the oil company pay a fraction of the clean-up costs and get a tax-write-off in the bargain. Hard Rock reps unveil a ...
The Assembly Judiciary Committee heard testimony regarding the $225 million settlement.
Investigators probe the cause of a fatal Amtrak derailment. Stepping up military security. Tumult over turnaround schools. Better bedside manner? Be a horse whisperer. And a great white "Shark Tale."
New Jersey plans to reduce its charity care subsidies to hospitals because of high Obamacare enrollment.
The cost of cleaning up. Legislators question the proposed Exxon settlement. Home sweet home -- green building in Newark. Sparking relief for Parkinson's sufferers. And creative business ventures.
DEP Commissioner Bob Martin defended the $225 million settlement with Exxon.
A bold move to save Camden schools. An office pool ballooned into big time betting gets busted. Money to rebuild the Long Branch boardwalk. But diminishing dollars for open spaces.
Lawmakers are discussing how to split the money set aside for open spaces.
A raucous rally over taxi competition. A roadblock for the Transportation Trust Fund. Scanning social media for test cheats. Deconstructing the Exxon settlement.
The Assembly Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the Exxon settlement.
Should the state constitution be changed to keep those accused of serious crimes locked up before trial? Jersey City after a capitol crime. Can a divided city come together? And economic engines. With ...
The Assembly passed the bail reform package, putting a question on the November ballot.
The White House considers a new plan for Syria. Sen. Menendez calls the Syrian president a liar. And Congressman Runyan says he doesn’t know who used those chemical weapons. Plus, state lawmakers ...