New Jersey’s Commissioner of the Department of Children and Families testified that caseworkers and supervisors often face overwhelming stress when investigating cases of abuse and neglect.
The Assembly Budget Committee heard testimony from the CEO of the Schools Development Authority and the state's education commissioner.
Neither what Alvarez said or what Brennan said about the events of April 2017 will have any bearing on what comes out of the committee, says its members.
The woman who signed a letter onboarding Al Alvarez to the Murphy administration says even she doesn't know who formally hired him.
Gov. Phil Murphy’s top lawyer Matt Platkin testified he felt so concerned about state EEO confidentiality rules that he avoided telling his boss that administration employee Katie Brennan had ...
Amid sexual assault allegations against the Supreme Court nominee, the Legislature takes a step to update their sexual harassment policies.
Unlike last year’s much-publicized "summer of hell," critics say this summer descended into transit chaos with no apparent backup plan.
New Jersey law currently allows 16- and 17-year-olds to marry with parental consent, and allows children under 16 to marry with parental and judicial consent.
New Jersey’s Acting Secretary for Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis praised the governor’s plan of tuition-free community college to the Assembly Budget Committee.
Agency executives told Trenton lawmakers that NJ Transit is seriously behind schedule installing the federally-mandated safety system called positive train control.
Lawmakers of both parties wondered why Murphy is still using the old, discredited 2008 formula, and not the one they tinkered with last summer.
Murphy's budget address is a topic of conversation at the 81st Walk to Washington.
A bill that would restore funding to Planned Parenthood and other family planning centers heads to Murphy's desk, along with a host of other bills following the first full Assembly voting session of ...
Murphy ordered a top to bottom audit of NJ Transit, which has been the target of ire from customers and lawmakers for years.
Bramnick kicks off the "Rally the Reasonable" tour by distancing his party from the Trump administration.