Gov. Corbett Attends Ceremonial Signing Of Bill Seeking To Improve How Special Ed Funds Are Distributed
The bill unanimously passed both the state House and Senate earlier this year and was signed by Governor Corbett in April.
It’s a scenario that Dorothy Johnson-Speight hears over and over from members of the group she founded, Mothers in Charge.
According to a release, Christie signed a bill on Monday that prohibits minors under 14 years of age from using spray tanning facilities and prohibits minors under 17 years of age from using tanning beds.
There’s a bid in the New Jersey legislature to make it illegal for youngsters to purchase violent video games, at least on their own.
Motorists who can’t put down their cellphones might face tougher penalties in New Jersey.
Efforts to combat dog fighting got a big boost in a New Jersey assembly committee, which has cleared a bill that tightens animal cruelty laws in the state.
The next big bet in Atlantic City won’t be on the casino floor. Instead of slot machines and table games, casinos are wagering the future is in online gambling.
An apparent uptick in violence at city recreation centers is prompting a proposal from City Council for annual reports on rec center crime.
The push to change the way Pennsylvania awards its electoral votes in presidential elections appears to have stalled.
Mayor Nutter is likely to sign a measure okay-ed in City Council this week giving new protections to victims of domestic violence.
Delaware Gov. Jack Markell has vetoed a bill that would have repealed the requirement that people operating a motorcycle carry a safety helmet.
State lawmakers are proposing making it a felony not to report a death or to wait more than a day before telling authorities a child has gone missing, making New Jersey one of at least 16 states to introduce a “Caylee’s Law.”
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney won’t allow two of the governor’s major education overhaul proposals to get a vote, effectively killing the proposals before they were ever formally introduced as […]
PHILADELPHIA (CBS3) – 3 On Your Side is helping a Montgomery County woman resolve a $24,000 medical bill that insurance was supposed to pay. Medical Reporter Stephanie Stahl has the story. Thirty-nine-year-old Brooke Gillette tried […]