New Jersey Considers Increasing Smoking Age To 21Smoking may soon be a lot harder in the state of New Jersey for young adults.
State Lawmakers Propose New Legislation Aimed At Protecting Pets In Hot, Unattended VehiclesThe legislation is called the “Motor Vehicle Extreme Heat Protection Act.”
Rich Zeoli Speaks With Jon Runyan About App Geared To Make Finding Legislation EasierRich Zeoli talked to former Congressman and Philadelphia Eagle Jon Runyan, who has joined the board of advisers for Countable.
Pennsylvania A Step Closer To Longer Serving JudgesPennsylvania is one step closer to an amendment to the state constitution that would allow judges to serve five more years before reaching mandatory retirement age.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Seek Ignition Interlocks For First Time DUI OffendersState lawmakers believe they are close to enacting legislation that would require ignition interlock systems for some first-time offenders convicted of driving under the influence.
Gov. Christie Vetoes Sports Betting Bill In New JerseyChristie on Friday rejected a bill that would have pushed New Jersey to circumvent a federal law banning gambling on professional and college sports in the state. The U.S. Supreme Court recently upheld the ban.
A Local Family's Fight For Medical Marijuana 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has one family’s story.
In Wake Of Deadly Crash That Injured Tracy Morgan, NJ Lawmakers Want To Ensure Roads Remain Safe Earlier this month, a Senate Subcommittee voted to relax current weekly regulations for truckers from a 70 hour work week before a long break, back to pre-July 2013 levels, when drivers could go 82 hours.
Few Drone Privacy LawsCongress has ordered the FAA to open skies to private drones by 2015. Only two states regulate the use of drones by private parties who want to gather information.
Web Groups Sue To Block New Jersey Law On Underage Sex AdsTwo Internet groups are suing to block a New Jersey law concerning online ads for underage sex workers, saying libraries and other third-party service providers could be at risk of prosecution.
Mayor Nutter Signs Groundbreaking LGBT Rights LegislationMayor Michael Nutter signed a groundbreaking bill today, making Philadelphia one of the friendliest cities when it comes to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered rights.
Analysis: Why Pa. Finds It Difficult To Operate In A Free Market EconomyThe Pennsylvania senate is considering a bill that has already passed the house. Its purpose is to do away with the state liquor store system, but most of the debate is about the sale of beer.

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