Most of 2018 proved to be a year of fits and starts with a few early victories overshadowed by failures to complete Murphy's biggest campaign promises.
St. James Church in Newark was rocking Wednesday morning in anticipation of Gov. Phil Murphy’s visit, where Murphy and his progressive agenda are popular.
Some of the Legislatures priorities saw a vote in the Assembly and the Senate, but some major priorities will have to wait until 2019.
Some of the reporters who cover the governor full time say it's been a rocky road in 2018, and that 2019 might not be any smoother.
Big city mayors say expungement efforts don't go far enough.
Faith leaders meet to discuss the social justice aspect of marijuana legalization.
Murphy was in Carteret to announce $20.6 million in state to expand pre-K classes to 31 eligible districts. He then turned to questions about marijuana legalization and taxation.
As the state appears to move closer and closer to legalizing recreational marijuana use, expect to see more officials speaking out to make sure the law gets it right.
Sweeney says legal weed bill could get vote next month.
AAA says the increase is due to several factors, including a spike in opioid use and more states legalizing marijuana.
On decriminalization, Jersey City Prosecutor Jake Hudnut and state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal meet to define roles.
If recreational marijuana is legalized, should the criminal records of people convicted on marijuana charges be expunged?
Investors, lawyers and accountants are dominating talks around a legal weed industry.
A new medical marijuana bill would expand the number of dispensaries to 40.
The Legislative Black Caucus hosted a series of hearings in the hopes of slowing down the marijuana legalization effort in the state.