Gov. Christie Could Testify At 'Bridgegate' TrialMore than 200 prospective jurors will fill out questionnaires as jury selection gets underway in the so-called “Bridgegate" scandal.
Lawmakers Don't Vote On Christie's Gas Tax ProposalThere are reports that some lawmakers are working on their own version.
Chris Christie Being Vetted For Donald Trump VP, Source SaysChristie has received the official paperwork for the vetting process, according to a source.
Christie Touts Transportation Plan, Says Senate Should ActNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Wednesday touted an anti-tax crusader's endorsement of his 23 cent per gallon gasoline tax hike along with a sales tax cut, and all but dared lawmakers not to act on his plan.
Surprise! New TTF Deal In NJ-- Gas Tax Up, Sales Tax DownThe Democrat-led Assembly passed sweeping legislation to raise New Jersey's gasoline tax by 23 cents per gallon.
New Jersey Gets Its Own CTONew Jersey has its first ever Chief Technology Officer.
NJ Road Funding Gets Push, But No Green Light From ChristieNew Jersey lawmakers are vowing to move ahead with legislation establishing a 10-year, $20 billion fund for road and bridge work that includes a 23-cent fuel tax hike in exchange for other tax cuts, but Gov. Chris Christie is not on board yet.
Atlantic City Rescue Plan Approved! Bankruptcy Averted!New Jersey Governor Chris Christie wasted little time, approving a two bill package that saves Atlantic City from potential bankruptcy.
Bill That Would Raise New Jersey's Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour AdvancesThe New Jersey Legislature took the first step Monday toward hiking the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Escalating War Of Words Over Atlantic City's Future As Resort Town Teeters On Brink Of BankruptcyThe stalemate over a rescue plan for Atlantic City continues, with nothing but a war of words between New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and the state Assembly Speaker.
Gov. Chris Christie Approves Making 'Upskirting' A CrimeThe measure was previously passed by lawmakers.
Legislative Showdown Looms Over Financial Future Of Atlantic CityAtlantic City runs out of money to run its government in a matter of days. Whether that actually happens depends, in large part, on a vote scheduled for Thursday in the New Jersey Assembly.