Legalization question still on November ballot, but if Murphy signs decriminalization measure possession of 2 ounces of pot could carry $50 fine
A federal court has relaxed rules for rejecting mail-in ballots because of signature trouble, while also giving voters a chance to fix problems that could ...
Inmates’ family members among those who say efforts to contain spread of the virus were inadequate; Assemblyman left with ‘probably more questions than answers’
NJ Spotlight analysis finds that New Jersey election officials did not count ballots for several reasons, often because of issues with signatures
But court said it does not have authority to order expansion of Murphy administration’s release program
Fabiana Pierre-Louis would bring to three the number of women on New Jersey’s highest court
COVID-19 count in NJ is skewed by several factors: testing shortages, home deaths, fatal heart attacks and strokes caused by the virus and the overwhelming ...
While residents may want reassurances they’ll be safe as state reopens, health officials say reporting how many individuals have recovered from the disease is difficult
Attorneys representing inmates are disappointed as federal judge rejects ‘ugly picture’ of conditions as ‘not really a fair one’
Assistant attorney general argues state moving quickly as it can, but ACLU-NJ and public defender want court to cut through red tape, arguing lives are ...