Hire. Buy. Live. Newark. is an initiative with the goal of hiring 2,020 Newarkers at some of Newark's largest employers.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle wants to make those sexual assault recommendations law.
Gov. Chris Christie answers questions from New Jerseyans during the live one-hour call-in show at 7 p.m.
Sen. Menendez said the bill could slash $30 billion in Medicaid funding for New Jersey.
Republicans presented a counter to the education funding formula put forth by Democrats.
Troy Singleton wants to create a program to give freelance and contract workers health and retirement benefits.
Christie slammed Horizon for alleged incompetence and putting profit over patients.
The bill now awaits the governor's signature. About 10 percent of New Jersey's population are smokers.
Five years after fleeing Syria, the Al Nablse family expressed gratitude about being able to come to the United States.
Gov. Christie took questions on school funding and Christopher Wray.
NCLR released its policy agenda for Congress. Among the concerns were health care and immigration.
The committee held a hearing on chairman Nick Scutari's cannabis legalization bill.
The news conference came in response to a politically charged shooting in Alexandria.
The cannabis industry is creating opportunities and challenges for civic and political leaders and entrepreneurs.
Advocates rallied against Gov. Christie's expected line item veto of state funding for family planning clinics.