What was billed as a meet and greet with Shaquille O'Neal at a Newark public school evolved into a pep rally for Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy.
Melgen owned half of a company that had a contract to screen cargo in the Dominican Republic.
In a joint session, legislators heard from NJ Transit and the Gateway Development Corporation.
NBA Hall of Famer ducks questions about NFL player protests aimed at Trump.
New Jersey becomes the twenty-fourth state to adopt a fiduciary law concerning digital assets.
Three enthusiastic members of CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) of Ocean County ventured to Texas to lend helping hands post-Hurricane Harvey.
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Analysts estimate Graham-Cassidy could cost New Jersey $3.9 billion in federal health care funding over the next decade and remove coverage for 900,000 residents.
Murphy’s campaign is pledging to sign each of the gun measures that Gov. Christie vetoed during his tenure.
Against the advice of his attorneys, the senior senator from New Jersey will not attend his trial in order to be present for the Graham-Cassidy health care vote in Washington D.C.
A spokesperson for the governor of Puerto Rico says the biggest need is electricity to rebuild the infrastructure.
The governor remains a vocal presence in the state with only 117 days left in his term.
The organization recognizes the tough fight, but says they're tired of rising costs and betrayal by the Senate president.
Menendez failed to report any gifts he received from his co-defendant, Dr. Salomon Melgen, on his financial disclosure forms from 2006 to 2010.
Gov. Christie strongly condemned the Graham-Cassidy bill saying it's bad for the state of New Jersey.
Menendez, a senior member of the Senate Banking Committee, will look to require companies to better protect customer data and hold accountable those who fail to safeguard that information.