The business of getting from here to there was highlighted the week, between Trump’s infrastructure proposal and Murphy’s push to help NJ Transit commuters.
Sen. Rice says decriminalizing marijuana would help his community more than legalization.
To ease commuters’ pain, the Murphy administration announced NJ Transit will be putting 40 more passenger cars on the tracks after an equipment tally showed a serious shortage.
Murphy spoke about the recent Florida school shooting, saying that words are not enough.
Manufacturing companies spoke about issues facing the industry, including raising the minimum wage.
Despite already tough laws, Murphy, Greenwald promise more checks on guns.
Dems say 'underwhelming' federal infrastructure spending plan doesn't even mention Gateway project.
For a huddle of Monmouth County mayors, it probably feels like throwing a Hail Mary pass. But their residents pay such back-breaking property taxes, they’re willing to try.
In just over three weeks since the inauguration, there are signs of tension between the newly installed governor and the long-established Senate president.
Murphy renewed the higher education pledge he made during his campaign: free tuition at every community college throughout all 21 counties in the state.
Murphy announced New Jersey will join a 22-state coalition in a federal lawsuit to reverse the FCC's net neutrality policy.
Booker called releasing the Nunes memo "an attempt to undermine the Mueller investigation."
Murphy said the reversal was about protecting the 13,000-plus square miles of the Delaware River Basin.
The controversial PennEast Pipeline would cut through Hunterdon Mercer Counties.
Murphy set a goal of 3,500 megawatts of wind-generated energy by 2030.