New Jersey Senate President Pours Cold Water On Possible Casino Expansion In StateIt does not appear that the issue of expanding casino gambling outside Atlantic City will be coming before New Jersey legislators, at least in the short term.
Sweeney Looks Ahead After Bitter And Expensive Re-Election BattleState Senate President Steve Sweeney (D-West Deptford) enjoyed an 18 point victory over his Republican re-election opponent.
Sweeney Survives Union Onslaught To Keep SeatNew Jersey's powerful Democratic Senate president has defeated his Republican rival after the most expensive legislative race in state history.
NJ Senate President Goes Back To School To Fight For School Funding ReformIt was part politics, part trip back in time for New Jersey State Senate President Steve Sweeney.
South Jersey Business Leaders Say Thanks For Keeping NJ/Pa. Tax Deal In PlaceSouth Jersey business leaders gathered at Campbell's Soup in Camden to thank legislative officials for helping to keep a reciprocal tax agreement in place with Pennsylvania.
NJ Assemblyman Proposing Plan To Alleviate Burden Of Higher Gas TaxNJ Assemblyman John Burzichelli has a proposal to allow NJ residents to write off money they pay from the newly raise gas tax on their income tax return.
Senate President Sweeney Declines To Run For NJ GovernorThe Gloucester County Democrat announced his decision in a press release.
Sweeney Vs. Public Unions On Pension AmendmentSteve Sweeney is upset that leaders of the NJEA and the FOP are putting the word out.
"Partnership" Could Put Atlantic City Under State Control For 5 YearsThe deal comes after a year-long consultant's study, results of which were submitted to Christie last week. Many of those recommendations are expected to be included in the bill to be considered by the legislature.
South Jersey Utility Getting Failing Grades On How It Handled This Week's StormsSeveral South Jersey legislators want the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to look into the response of Atlantic City Electric.
Proposed Anti-Picketing Ordinance Brews Free Speech Debate in S. JerseyTownship officials say the proposed law would provide a buffer zone of 100 feet around the home of the person being picketed, and would require 24 hours' advance notice to police.
Zeoli Show Log 5.19.15Rich discussed the tabling of a bill in New Jersey that would allow drivers to pump their own gas, more revelations from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails, and calls for the privatization of Amtrak. He talked to Jesse Walker and Ira Stoll from Reason and attorney Robert Mongeluzzi.