Troy Stevenson, executive director of Garden State Equality, is hopeful that New Jersey legislators are able to override Gov. Chris Christie's veto of the marriage equality bill. He also hopes the ...
A progress report on the comeback down the shore. Plus a controversy over the governor's choice of words. Barbara Buono gets a big union endorsement. And the Labor commissioner talks about growing ...
A New Jersey mayor is indicted.
A big step towards medical marijuana.
The Supreme Court upholds Obamacare and New Jersey responds.
Reaction to today’s Supreme Court decision was immediate around the state with elected officials and policy experts weighing in with reactions and analysis.
Assemblyman Jon Bramnick says he believes the university restructuring plan will be a benefit, he thinks government shouldn't be involved in health care and residents need a tax cut in the state ...
Sen. Barbara Buono approves of the Supreme Court's decision to uphold Obama's health care law and supports the Democrats' spending plan, which she calls fiscally responsible.
New Jersey State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business Laurie Ehlbeck says the health care law is unconstitutional and will hurt small businesses and decrease jobs.
Battle lines are drawn and positions are hardening in the aftermath of Supreme Court nominee rejection.
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick talks about the presidential primary, ongoing budget hearings and the rejection of Supreme Court nominee Phillip Kwon.
Leaders of New Jersey’s Korean American community are not happy about the rejection of state Supreme Court nominee Phillip Kwon.
The attorney general on how the Senate handled that Supreme Court nomination. Consolidating New Jersey one town at a time.
Five New Jersey Supreme Court justices heard arguments Monday to determine if a law increasing public workers' contributions to their pension and benefits applies.
Sen. Kevin O'Toole said Democrats were playing politics when they rejected Phillip Kwon as a Supreme Court justice instead of basing their vote on his qualifications.