At an Assembly committee hearing, witnesses asked legislators to reform the state's liquor license laws citing considerable negative economic impact.
Murphy acknowledged commuters’ aggravation, particularly their concern that he might fix NJ Transit’s ongoing budget woes, in part, by raising fares.
Some of the Legislatures priorities saw a vote in the Assembly and the Senate, but some major priorities will have to wait until 2019.
PARCC scores in Camden are up -- is the state takeover the reason?
The committee also voted to release a resolution to set up a commission to review life imprisonment for juvenile offenders.
A major recommendation of the Steve Sweeney task force is to cut back again on public pensions. At the headquarters of the CWA in Trenton, that's not going over so well.
The new report on New Jersey’s municipal courts wouldn’t surprise many people who’ve gotten ticketed and ended up before the judge somewhere in Jersey.
Roger Leon looks to use the district's past to inform its new direction.
Gov. Phil Murphy's Port Authority plan would reinstate the position that was at the center of George Washington Bridge scandal.
The voters choose: The state's first Congresswoman in a quarter century. And preserving open spaces with business taxes. Cutting costs to hire cops in Newark. And pure poetry.
Ras Baraka proposes changes to police compensations.
In the GWB investigation, a judge tossed out subpoenas against Kelly and Stepien.
The governor fires back on the lane closing controversy. Sen. Menendez takes on the White House over Iran. And a warning for millions of shoppers who may become victims of identity theft.
Rep. Leonard Lance says that he wants to reform the Affordable Care Act system.