Democratic Senate President Sweeney and Republican Sen. Pennacchio have joined forces.
A federal monitor gave the department good marks for its steady progress in responding to reports of child abuse.
President Trump signed a bill that says states can block federal funding to clinics that perform abortions.
The Attorney General’s Office has asked the architect of bail reform to consider making modifications.
Officials and people who have completed jail sentences gathered for the fourth annual Prisoner Reentry Conference.
Representatives from Legal Services of New Jersey, The Arc of New Jersey, Sierra Club and NJEA asked senators for more state funding.
Construction of a new affordable housing complex in Woodbridge is being paid for with federal and state grants, housing development programs and private investment, not taxpayer funds.
They explained where the $400 million allocated to the Transportation Trust Fund will go.
The fiduciary rule would have prevented retirement investment advisers from putting their own interests over clients.
The nonprofit Helmets to Hardhats, or H2H, helps men and women from the Armed Forces get jobs in building and construction.
Mayor Don Guardian says his budget marks the first decrease in decades.
Make the Road Action is launching “New Jersey Fights Back” aimed at countering proposals from Trump.
New York Gov. Cuomo is attempting to install his own inspector general at the Port Authority.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is proposing the Lead-Free Schools Act, which he says will help rid school water of lead.
Sen. Bob Menendez believes Russia is waging geopolitical war, using corporations like Citgo as weapons.