Former Monmouth County Democratic chairman Vin Gopal is looking to unseat longtime Republican incumbent Jen Beck.
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.
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.
She accused the Christie administration of abusing power. Now, a Hoboken official accuses Mayor Dawn Zimmer has been doing the same thing. New poll numbers for the governor and they are not pretty.
Asm. Carroll (R-25) says that he would like to see the GWB lane closure investigation come to an end soon.
Gov. Christie takes the oath of office and spells out his plans for his second term while the assemblyman leading the bridge scandal investigation blasts Republicans who have criticized his probe. And ...
Asm. Wisniewski says new committee will be more efficient and will avoid duplication.
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 ...
Asw. Oliver says that investigations on the Port Authority began prior to lane closures on the GWB.
Senate President Sweeney says that both the Senate and Assembly will coordinate to get answers.
Federal extended unemployment benefits expire, impacting 90,000 New Jerseyans. Tax benefits for mass transit riders will drop soon. And the arts take center stage at the Governor's mansion.
Senate Leaders are within a feud over recent funding cuts to members of the Senate.
Health officials go overseas for help fighting the meningitis outbreak at Princeton. Rutgers University at the center of yet another athletics controversy. And the state Senate says "yes" to the DREAM ...