Even though the bill reducing the size of magazines is not up for a vote on Tuesday, Sen. Loretta Weinberg said she maintains the same position as Assemblyman Lou Greenwald.
A bill has been introduced in the Assembly that would set limits on the amount of time after a divorce an individual would have to pay alimony to an ex spouse.
In part three of his interview, former Gov. Jim McGreevey said employment opportunities must be made available to ex-offenders or risk their return to prison.
Congressman Bill Pascrell Jr. is disappointed that the Senate rejected a measure to expand background checks for gun purchases because he believes it would improve security.
A moment of silence was observed in the exact spot where the first of two bombs exploded one week ago.
Ailina Tsarnaeva, 22, lives in an apartment in West New York. Her brothers are accused of carrying out the Boston Marathon bombing.
At a press conference in Trenton, Gov. Chris Christie discussed ideas to help curb violence in the Garden State.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy damage and the Boston Marathon bombing, officials have had to make changes to the New Jersey Marathon.
Assemblywoman Linda Stender (D-22), is introducing a bill to ban video games in public places.
There was a larger police presence at transit hubs in the state Tuesday, a day after two explosions killed three people and wounded more than 175 at the Boston Marathon.
Terri Keller of New Providence was one of the runners in the Boston Marathon who crossed the finish line shortly before two explosions killed three and wounded more than 140 people.
Members of the Camden County Police Department's Metro Division have begun training in Camden. The new force is scheduled to take over patrolling the city April 30.
In the past five years, the city of Trenton has had six police directors. The current police director, Ralph Rivera, Jr., is marking his one year anniversary in the job today.
The state's Attorney General, Jeff Chiesa said he plans to appeal the federal bankruptcy court order to lift the freeze on the assets of Birdsall Services Group.
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 ...