A law being considered in New Jersey could pave way for public list of animal abusers.
Lawmakers are considering efforts to increase scrutiny over how municipalities utilize tax abatements to attract developers, a practice known as payments in lieu of taxes.Read more
That was then; this is now.
In January, Gov. Chris Christie pocket-vetoed a bill that would have created a statewide animal cruelty registry. The measure was among many Christie tackled as one of his last acts as governor. It obviously didn’t matter to him that the bill had been unanimously approved in both the Senate and Assembly.Read more
Supporters have been trying to get legislative approval for years, but efforts have always fallen short.Read more
SJ Magazine invited 10 prominent men to The Capital Grille in Cherry Hill for an evening of open conversation with Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Marianne Aleardi. The accomplished leaders were interesting and insightful, sharing stories that revealed much about their character and careers – and, of course, how much they loved that Super Bowl win.Read more
WOODBRIDGE — After more than a decades of debate, New Jersey finally has a new law to prevent residents from getting socked by surprise medical bills from out-of-network doctors and hospitals.Read more
It's hard not to get discouraged reading about the White House's assault on breathable air, clean drinking water and toxin-free foods.Read more
Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday signed a law preserving a critical yet controversial part of the Affordable Care Act that President Donald Trump's administration repealed last year.Read more
The bill will create a so-called “individual mandate” in the state, and a companion measure will require the state Department of Banking and Insurance to create a reinsurance program intended to help stabilize rising insurance premiums by covering some of the expense of insuring high-cost residents.Read more
State Librarian: Funding From Library Construction Bond Act Won't Likely Become Available Until 2019
State Librarian Mary Chute said last week that the goal was to make funds available as soon as possible, but that the proposed rules were still being drafted.Read more