State of New Jersey
Christie’s speech heralded what the governor says were bipartisan accomplishments on taxes, education, and judicial reform.
With the arrival of the new year comes a bump in New Jersey’s minimum wage. But not a big one.
Some two dozen towns across the state, including six in South Jersey, are shutting down those cameras and taking down warning signs. Some tickets may still be in the pipeline.
Voters in this South Jersey town this week approved a move for the municipality to oppose a plan by the State of New Jersey to install protective dunes on the beaches.
Voters in New Jersey are deciding today on whether to amend the state constitution to eliminate the right to bail in certain criminal cases.
After the school shooting two years ago in Newtown, Conn., some local school officials expressed a desire to move polling places out of their buildings, for security reasons.
Kaci Hickox was allowed to return to her home in Maine today after being forced into quarantine in New Jersey after landing at Newark International Airport.
This time, New Jersey lawmakers see a loophole, planning to partially repeal the state ban and allow casinos and racetracks to proceed without regulation.
“I’m glad the governor reversed his course, because he vetoed my legislation doing exactly the same thing two months ago,” said state senator Frank Lesniak, of Union County.
Despite the scandal, McGreevey’s announcement opened the closet door for many in the LGBT community.
The changes would make it easier to release those charged with nonviolent crimes on affordable bail, while prohibiting bail for the worst offenders who could afford to get out.
Bet you didn’t know this is New Jersey’s 350th anniversary. Most people in the Garden State don’t.
Gov. Chris Christie was joined by Democratic leaders in the legislature and more than five dozen mayors from across the state as he signed the extension into law.
The Garden State had tried to allow betting on professional and college sports in Atlantic City casinos and state racetracks.
Judge Mary Jacobson has scheduled a hearing for June 25th, five days before New Jersey, by law, must adopt a new budget.