The suit brought by Attorney General Chris Porrino alleges INSYS made false claims to health insurers to increase the market share for the powerful opioid Subsys.
Democrats say Christie's plan takes money from programs he promised to fully fund.
The foundation serves 600 families, offering financial assistance, emotional support and other programs.
The group is working to educate the public and lawmakers with hopes that a new administration will welcome a bill to legalize recreational use.
The Hope Autism Solutions program helps people post-high school work on vocational training skills.
Analysts estimate Graham-Cassidy could cost New Jersey $3.9 billion in federal health care funding over the next decade and remove coverage for 900,000 residents.
Knowing what to do in a situation where someone needs help can often result in a life being saved.
Treatment centers offer training to addicts to help other addicts.
Boxing-based workout helps mobility and hand eye coordination in Parkinson's patients.
Gov. Christie strongly condemned the Graham-Cassidy bill saying it's bad for the state of New Jersey.
Christie says he will pull funds from across the state budget to cover the cost of the initiative.
As part of the opioid commission that Christie chairs, pharmaceutical companies are partnering with the NIH to address the epidemic.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the suicide rate among children ages 10 to 14 more than doubled between 2007 and 2014.
The Community FoodBank of New Jersey aims to help those who are food insecure and don't know where their next meal is coming from.
The county hopes that consolidating all of the necessary resources under one roof will help end homelessness in the county once and for all.