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.
New Jersey congressmen respond to tax reform bill.
Legislators across the state endorsed Mikie Sherrill's challenge to incumbent Rodney Frelinghuysen's 11th congressional district seat.
Rep. Frank Pallone visited New Jersey Monday to report on his weekend trip to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
PSEG's Ralph Izzo told a joint legislative committee he’ll shut down the utility’s three New Jersey nuclear power plants unless PSEG gets millions in ratepayer subsidies.
U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments in New Jersey sports betting case.
There was a lot of hallway activity as committees in New Jersey's lame duck Legislature rushed through a long list of bills.
Hard work, civility and common sense are the values that Van Drew says are needed in Washington.
Sen. Bob Gordon, who initially criticized the proposed PATH extension to Newark Airport, now sees it as a viable alternative if the Gateway project continues to be delayed.
The governor-elect spoke at New Jersey Citizen Action’s ACA enrollment center in downtown Newark. It’s reporting unprecedented traffic this year, despite apparent efforts by the Trump ...