Christie talked about the economic situation in AC and reforms to the pension and health benefits system.
Stender says that NJ has lost health care for women because funding has been reduced for the fifth year in a row.
New Jersey Law Journal Bureau Chief Zack Needles says there's a political component in nominating judges.
Police in Middletown and Bergen County are getting MRAPs.
Critics of the One Newark plan say its implementation will cause confusion and chaos within the district.
Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D) says that it's better that the Senate approved the Essex County judge nominations than keeping open seats.
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Gov. Christie was in Asbury Park to discuss water quality and the climate in AC.
Sweeney says that the economy in Atlantic City needs to be more diversified and needs to include more than gaming.
Democratic Strategist Bill Carauso and Republican Strategist Chris Russell discuss the week in politics with NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron.
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
Casino workers set to lose their jobs because of closures gathered to confront Christie.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says that not all of the information on the Hurricane Sandy aid distribution integrity report has been made available.
Families of developmentally disabled individuals are encouraging legislators to override Christie's veto.
A year ago, Bridget Kelly sent a now famous email about causing traffic problems in Fort Lee.