The Assembly Budget Committee convenes for its first public hearing on the state’s fiscal year 2020 budget.
Critics call the annual Chamber Train "pay-to-play shenanigans," while its sponsors call it a networking opportunity open to everyone willing to pay the price of a ticket.
Politically active women who helped energize the blue wave that has swept across the state celebrated the midterm outcomes and rallied to push the movement forward.
Three-quarters of people surveyed in a September poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation said it’s vital that coverage for people with existing conditions should remain law. Some GOP candidates are ...
Consumer advocate groups say a bill pending in Trenton would weaken legal protections for people buying used cars. Auto groups say it just clarifies the state's already strong "Lemon Law."
With the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period sliced in half, people are scrambling to get insured.
Confusion surrounds the ACA as open enrollment begins, but advocates say consumers can find a plan that's right for them.
Speaker Ryan announced that the ACA replacement plan will be pulled after failing to get the votes to pass.
Planned cuts put Meals on Wheels on the chopping block and has a senator serving meals and optimism about his legal challenges. The House pulls the bill to replace Obamacare because it lacked the ...
Politicians, lobbyists and business leaders were on the 80th Walk to Washington.
Power hitters on the annual Walk to Washington. Usually dominated by state issues. Not this time. Immigrant workers take a day off to protest the president's immigration order. Allowing a measurement ...
President Trump’s action has left some stranded and others wondering about their future travel.
Trump's travel ban is testing constitutional law and the limits of executive power. And triggering rising resistance. At the airports, an immigrant detention center and city streets, residents turn ...
Opponents brandished back scratchers as symbols of what they call a back scratching deal.
Some groups in NJ are pushing for a government-run, public option for health insurance to regulate the marketplace.