A bill now under senate consideration would reduce the length of time someone is kept in isolation and require corrections officials to develop alternatives.
In the ongoing drama that is the fate of the shuttered Revel Casino, a bankruptcy judge could well throw out a second deal to sell the place next week.
His job approval rating is at 52 percent “unfavorable,” against 42 percent “favorable,” according to the poll.
Together the remaining casinos took in an extra $31 million, and that takes into account a $3 million drop at the Taj Mahal, the only loser of the lot.
“The pope’s visit is going to bring over a million people to Philadelphia, and the Democratic National Convention will bring lots of people. These are two great things for Pennsylvania,” the governor said.
Burlington Mayor James Fazzone has decided to switch political parties, opting to join the GOP as he seeks a third term in the fall.
Glenn Straub’s agreement to buy the defunct casino-hotel expired at midnight Monday. He wants another month to deal with utility issues and the appeals of commercial tenants who remain.
Straub had until midnight yesterday to close on the sale, but didn’t.
Federal regulators are being asked by Septa to continue a waiver of work rules on its commuter rail division — a waiver that the transit agency’s rail unions insist puts the safety of the riding public at risk.
The New Jersey State Bar Association is working on a way to make legal services affordable for the middle class.
Acting State Comptroller Marc Larkins took a look at overtime records between 2010 and 2012.
The order allows for the operators of the closed HQ nightclub to preserve their legal rights, should developer Glenn Straub close on the sale of the Revel.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has vetoed a series of bills that would have required that those receiving public contracts use products that were made in America.
City officials have been warning of health and safety concerns, plus the potential for mold formation if the utilities are shut off at Revel.
Returning from a three-day trade trip to London that’ll be remembered more for a political gaffe over measles vaccination, Christie’s overall travel is starting to catch up with how he is perceived by the people he now governs.