A New Jersey’s Institute for Social Justice study shows approximately 94,000 New Jerseyans can’t vote because of a felony conviction.
Christie and Cuomo committed to fund 100 percent of New York and New Jersey’s share of the new Gateway Tunnel.
The governor sounded off on a handful of issues, ranging from the Senate election in Alabama, to Muphy's transition team in New Jersey.
Graduate students claim the tax reform bill proposed by House Republicans would strip out special waivers they count on to survive financially.
Muoio would be the second woman confirmed by the Senate as state treasurer.
Rep. Tom MacArthur is the only New Jersey congressman or senator who supports the GOP tax reform effort.
The first South Asian attorney general in the state's history, Gurbir Grewal, promises a fair and open administration.
Phil Murphy, Bob Menendez and Cory Booker spoke out about the GOP tax proposal making its way through Washington.
If police officers in New Jersey, in a town like Teaneck, have to accept concealed carry permits from other states, what would that mean?
The controversial plan that would allow for a 300 boat marina to be built at the southern end of Liberty State Park is not yet a done deal.
Christie's efforts include increasing funding to expand drug courts, investing $200 million for prevention and recovery efforts with opioid abuse and signing a number of laws.
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The bills considered during the voting sessions were almost entirely noncontroversial. It's the lame duck session with a new legislature being sworn in on Jan. 9.
Christie says reform should include transitioning to 401K accounts and a constitutional amendment that cuts health benefits and suspends agreements made in collective bargaining.
Bill Caruso predicts that within the next year to 18 months, New Jerseyans are going to have the ability to go purchase recreation marijuana in the state.