Lesniak, Caputo are working to get a referendum for voters to decide if casino gambling will be allowed outside AC.
Legislation signed into law in 2012 allows New Jersey wineries producing less than 250,000 gallons per year to directly ship up to 12 cases and sell in up to 15 other state outlets.
Millions of empty square feet of office space are in NJ, partly due to company movement.
Some business owners in the Jersey Shore area say the economy has picked up.
Because purchasing fireworks in New Jersey is illegal, some travel to Pennsylvania for them.
Several municipalities in New Jersey are using solar panels to create power, saving money in the process.
Sweeney spoke out against Christie's decision of line item vetoes on the state budget.
Tuition equality activists are upset that Christie line item vetoed part of the budget that granted financial aid.
PSEG Nuclear is preparing for a mass retirement of baby boomers by teaming up with colleges to train future employees.
The Challenge Atlantic City Triathlon attracted visitors that might not be interested in gambling.
Showboat Casino is closing, officials say to protect Harrah's, Bally's and Caesars.
Assemblyman Ralph Caputo says Showboat's closing in Atlantic City is devastating for the people who work in the casino.
Lawmakers from both parties say debating and passing the state budget is a healthy exercise.
Officials attribute the drop in the number of homeless in Mercer County to its programs.
The plan, which the Senate and Assembly approved, includes a full pension payment.