State of New Jersey
New Jersey takes in $1 billion a year from tobacco, three-fourths of that from tax revenue. But not one penny of that is earmarked for smoking cessation programs.
It turns out that the petition deadline, under state law, is this coming Monday.
“We’ve gone from 9.3 (percent) two months ago to 8.7,” said state labor commissioner Harold Wirths. “That’s the steepest drop since 1977.”
The ruling freezes some $140 million set aside for housing projects.
What about a couple married in Delaware that moves to New Jersey? Or a couple who files for divorce in NJ?
Three years after passage of a law designed to create medical marijuana dispensaries in New Jersey, supporters say the Christie administration has done all it can to block the measure’s implementation.
Most of the recommendations deal with keeping officials and the public informed when outages occur.
New Jersey legislators have once again approved a plan to allow for online gambling within the state. And this time, proponents expect Governor Chris Christie to approve it.
In the first year, the operation — known as “Operation Facial Scrub” — has yielded 38 criminal prosecutions and more than 600 potential cases.
Hurricane Sandy hammered parts of New Jersey and New York in late October.
Many pundits saw Booker as the most effective candidate to go up against incumbent Republican governor Chris Christie.
New Jersey health officials are apologizing for an e-mail that went out this week to more than 400 participants in the state’s medical marijuana program.
It’s the first step in what is likely to be a long, complex process that will, in the end, determine whether federal law that restricts sports betting to four states is constitutional.
The midday high tide on Wednesday was expected to bring more flooding to the Long Beach Island area.
It’s taken 27 years to get to this point, according to officials, but the goal is to set aside 550,000 acres for farms in the Garden State.