The high cost of environmental remediation. The Assembly considers offshore energy sources. A rough winter for New Jersey commuters as possible fare hikes are on the table. And Mary Alice clowns ...
Assemblyman and former Mayor of Roselle Jamel Holley says that many issues have been discussed in the Legislature during the first week since he has been sworn in.
Insurance companies accused of a bait and switch on Sandy claims. Will life insurers pay after physician assisted suicide. Banning mandatory meal plans for college kids. Stitching together a way out ...
The Death with Dignity bill which passed the Assembly and now moves onto the Senate, would require several requests.
Police and citizens worlds apart. The rough race for Bergen County Executive. Cracking down on driving distracted. Heart attack. It's different for women. And maybe you can Can-Can too.
NJEA President Wendell Steinhauer says that teacher leader programs would help keep teachers in the profession and in classrooms.
Boarding homes under served by inspectors. Replacing Holder. Who will shape the state's biggest legal challenges? A generous gift for a decorated warship. And corny Jeter tribute.
A vote to override Christie's veto of a bill that would have required more analysis fell short by two votes.
New Jersey Policy Perspective President Gordon MacInnes said that the state's current budget issues are a combination of revenue projects and the state's current financial situation.
"Unconstitutional policing." The Justice Department says Newark police need a federal monitor. Tunnel gate: was Jersey City's mayor plotting his own traffic tie-up? And The best place to raise a ...
Republican Assemblyman Jon Bramnick and Democratic Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto talk about current issues within the state legislature.
Making Jersey cities safer. Are any initiatives working? Another Atlantic City casino is throwing in the chips. And developing Camden. A big ticket tax break for a bunch of new jobs.
Assemblyman Sean Kean (R-30) says that current alimony laws are not equipped to deal with changed circumstances, such as the loss of a job or retirement.
Senate confirmation hearings for two state Supreme Court justices. What an Iraq war veteran thinks of the escalating crisis. And the national Special Olympics launch in New Jersey.
The Legislative Assembly reaches a compromise on the arbitration cap.