New Jersey’s law will allow women to request salary information from employers and sue for six years’ back pay, plus triple damages, if discrimination is uncovered.
It's been three years since former Christie aides Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly were indicted.
Grewal tells lawmakers to expect an activist attorney general.
Doctors from St. Joseph University Medical Center described their program to avoid the pitfall of overprescribing opioids.
Murphy says more New Jerseyans rely on NJ Transit's bus operations than those who ride the rails.
One common element in the discussion on school security is the universal need for more funding.
As Trenton lawmakers scrounge for budget revenues, Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin is reviving a rare tactic to raise much-needed dollars - he’s proposing a state tax amnesty program.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka and Councilwoman Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins square off in a radio debate.
The Time Is Now Coalition, which was established to combat sexual harassment and assault, shared what they learned after months of discussions with survivors and others across the state.
Asm. Jerry Green was a legislator with impact who served in the General Assembly for 26 years.
Murphy tried to heal a festering personal conflict with Senate President Steve Sweeney, which escalated after Sweeney blocked two of the governor’s Cabinet nominees who are both African-American.
The pressing issues of school funding and bail reform were discussed in the Senate Budget and Appropriations hearing.
Republicans claim valid concerns over how the new law will be implemented. Murphy and other Democrats say New Jersey needs to enact even more voting reforms.
Testimony in the Senate Public Safety Committee lasted for hours, with residents on both sides of the debate using the hearing as a final opportunity to catch lawmakers' ears.
Murphy is widely anticipated to sign both bills, but the impact on premiums probably won't be felt before 2019.