New Jersey State Senate
The New Jersey State Senate has passed, along strict party lines, a measure that would raise the minimum wage to $8.50 an hour in two steps next year and grant automatic increases in the future based on inflation.
A New Jersey state senate committee has voted to substantially increase the fines and punishment for drivers who talk and text on a handheld cell phone while driving.
Action is expected today in a New Jersey senate committee on a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage.
Now the winner in two court battles over his entry in the New Jersey state senate race, Lewis says he is ready to put all the court proceedings behind him and focus on the November election.
Lewis has been barred from the ballot in New Jersey because the state says he doesn’t meet the four-year residency requirement for Senate.
A federal judge has affirmed that the nine-time Olympic gold medalist failed to meet the state’s four-year residency requirement. Attorneys for Lewis say they will appeal.
The question over whether Lewis meets a four-year residency requirement lingers, at least for Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno.
Chris celebrates the New Jersey State Senate passing changes to the state’s public sector pensions and benefits plans and talks to Newt Gingrich about his run for President.
Chris talks to Rita Cosby about her book, Quiet Hero, NJ State Senate Dawn Addiego about Carl Lewis’ disputed campaign and Political Strategist Larry Ceisler about the ramifications of Tuesday’s primary results.
Former Olympian Carl Lewis has lost round one in his legal battle to get back on the New Jersey primary ballot as a state senate candidate in Burlington County.
Looks like Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis will have to wait until next week for final word on whether he will be on the June primary ballot in his bid for a New Jersey state senate seat.
Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis is running in a new race — this one for a seat in the New Jersey state senate.
Former New Jersey State Senator and U.S. Representative John Adler has died at 51.
New Jersey state senator Diane Allen says the federal government is supposed to pick up the tab for this, but sometimes it doesn’t happen and the victim is billed.
New Jersey may soon get rid of most of the regulations now governing the cable TV and telecommunications industry and consumer advocates are none too thrilled about it.
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