State attorney general says rise in reported incidents partly the result of country’s ‘political leaders’ who countenance ‘intolerance and hatred’.Read more
Lawmakers tap Rutgers University, possibly as home for Firearm Violence Research Center that would study all facets of the issue.Read more
Governor outlines $100 million spending on range of anti-addiction programs to be underpinned by data and analysis ... and a pivot away from Christie-like media promos.Read more
The list keeps growing.
The flu. Alzheimer's disease. Breast cancer. Colon cancer. Cervical cancer. Prostate cancer cancer. Homicide, suicide and car accidents combined.Read more
Among the reforms introduced by several bills: automatic voter registration when residents renew their licenses and a secure website that will let them vote online.Read more
Plan is for twice as much medicine for patients, twice as many growers, and dozens of dispensaries across the state.Read more
TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Sens Jeff Van Drew (D-1st) and Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) to help stop offshore drilling in state waters was approved by the Senate 37-0 March 26, according to a release.
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities sets new tariffs for water companies and gas and electric utilities.Read more