Day two in Trenton during the government shutdown progressed much the same way as day one.
Wisniewski says what Gov. Christie is suggesting with Horizon is "absolutely nothing short of reckless."
Top legislators held press conferences discussing the first day of New Jersey's government shutdown.
Prieto talks about the factors that led to the government shutdown.
Christie said he's ready to sign a budget, it's up to legislators to send him one.
The bill would require educators to teach students the best way to interact with the police.
The impacts of a government shutdown are far-reaching and have many state workers worrying.
Bill Castner discusses the bill that would use the company's reserves to pay for public health programs.
The Assembly and Senate are juggling legislation as the state budget deadline looms.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear New Jersey’s sports betting case in October.
Gov. Whitman and others shared their thoughts on why women make up such a small percentage of elected officials.
Organizers want to close Jamesburg and its counterpart for girls, Hayes in Bordentown.
MacArthur discusses how the federal government can help the opioid epidemic.
The Supreme Court will hear New Jersey's sports betting case in the fall, with a decision expected in early 2018.
The ruling prevent immigrants from six mostly Muslin countries from entering the U.S. starting Thursday.