Mound Of Old Televisions Growing At NJ County Site As Recycling Bill Sits On Christie's DeskIn 2011, New Jersey banned putting televisions and other large electronics in the trash.
New Jersey To Sell $300M In Bonds For Education, Open Space Republican Gov. Chris Christie's administration has approved $300 million in bond sales for higher education, open space and historic preservation projects.
Christie Visits Infants Facing Drug Addiction, Pledges HelpGov. Chris Christie says a tour of a New Jersey neonatal unit for infants born to mothers on drugs makes him want to do more to help them.
Christie Vetoes Proposed Prison Confinement RulesNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie has vetoed proposed legislation that would limit the use of solitary confinement within state prisons.
Poll: Christie's Approval Rating Tied With FlorioNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's job approval is tied with former Democratic Gov. Jim Florio for the second-worst in recent history.
Gov. Christie Signs Bill, Forgiving College Loans If Student DiesGov. Chris Christie on Monday signed legislation allowing certain New Jersey student loans to be forgiven if the borrower dies.
South Jersey Business Leaders Say Thanks For Keeping NJ/Pa. Tax Deal In PlaceSouth Jersey business leaders gathered at Campbell's Soup in Camden to thank legislative officials for helping to keep a reciprocal tax agreement in place with Pennsylvania.
Zeoli Show Log 11.30.16Rich discussed Donald Trump's dinner meeting with Mitt Romney, the re-election of Nancy Pelosi and the left's opposition to Tom Price. He also discussed President Obama's interview with the Rolling Stone, phubbing your partner and Donald Trump's infrastructure package. Rich spoke with Joseph J. DeFelice, Chairman of the Philadelphia Republican Party, regarding the Anti-Trump vandalism at 3:35pm. He also spoke with Comedian Jim Breuer about politics, his upcoming appearance in Philadelphia at 4:30pm.
Christie Announces New Jersey Statehouse Will Undergo $300 Million RenovationNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced Tuesday that the Statehouse will undergo a $300 million renovation over the next four years.
Wary Of Trump, New Jersey Lawmakers Eying Pot LegalizationThe lawmakers say they're concerned about what Trump's selection of U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general could mean for legalization.
PA/NJ Tax Filing Agreement Restored After Garden State Budget Deal ReachedNow that the threat has been pulled back, State Senate President Steve Sweeney is among those breathing a sigh of relief.
Christie Speaks On Relationship With Trump Post-ElectionNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie opens up about his relationship with President-elect Donald Trump and the likelihood of him joining the new administration.