- »Doing the Right Thing for New Jersey's Most Vulnerable Population
The state wants to close two developmental centers, shifting residents to more distant centers or group homes. Parents say that would be a tragedy.
- »Lawmakers Look to Ban Fracking in NJ and Neighboring States
The fracking controversy continues, not just in the state but across the region, reflecting worries about a shared watershed.
- »Democrats Agree With Christie’s Changes to Internet Wagering in NJ
Operators of online sites would kick in significantly more funding for gambling addiction services.
- »Opinion: How to Tell the Ratepayer Advocate From the Tea Party
Is there really a difference between "no rate increases for utilities" and "no new taxes"?
- »Controversial Power Line Gets Appeals Court Go-Ahead
Environmental groups lose bid to block $750M project running through NJ Highlands, Delaware River national parklands.
- »Number of the Day: $200 million
The state Attorney General's Division of Law, which pursues civil complaints on behalf of the state, obtained settlements and judgments totaling $200 million in 2012. That sum represents a 44 percent increase -- or $61 million --