The New Jersey Assembly has passed landmark employee benefits legislation requiring more than 500,000 public workers to pay sharply more for pension and health benefits.
Dozens of nurses and their supporters are chanting to put the hospital on notice: they’re ready to strike if Crozer-Chester refuses to put more of them on duty.
Roughly 50 members of a neo-Nazi group took to the streets of New Jersey’s capital city on Saturday to speak out against illegal immigrants, crime and the nation’s leaders.
Union leaders in New Jersey are planning a solidarity rally for public workers in Wisconsin.
Members from several New Jersey unions are planning to rally in support of Wisconsin workers who have found themselves at the center of a national debate over the role of public employees’ unions.
As thousands of people gathered to listen to President Barack Obama speak in Philadelphia, another man joined the crowd allegedly with his own agenda: streak for a million dollars.