Both Guadagno and Murphy want to preserve Obamacare, but diverge on how to fix it.
Newly-elected State GOP Chair Michael Lavery discusses the direction the state GOP is headed.
Sub par housing, bank redlining and meager educational opportunities were some of the conditions that lead to the riots.
Rutgers researchers find a gap in turnout between disabled and non-disabled NJ voters.
The Eagleton Institute of Politics issued a report for gubernatorial transitions.
Rep. Donald Norcross discusses healthcare, minimum wage and the midterm elections.
Christie took questions for as long as reporters could think of them.
Sen. Cory Booker discusses the introduction of a bill to protect tenants who protest poor living conditions.
Already 11,000 solar panels fill some of the space over the landfill. Seven thousand more will be installed.
Some see President Trump’s presence at the largest event of the year in women’s golf as an unwelcome addition.
The Senate is trying its hand at a another version of a bill to replace Obamacare.
Linda Schwimmer, president and CEO of the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute, says proposed changes in the individual market make the new Senate GOP bill problematic.
Congressman Frank Pallone and others explained how EPA budget cuts would impact New Jersey.
Green Party candidates Seth Kaper-Dale and Jill Stein discuss problems in the two-party system.
The Senate passed a bill and the Assembly vowed to put one on Christie’s desk by month’s end.