Immigrant protections, additional pandemic aid and a full U.S. census count are among the provisions the president signed in his first days in office
Layoffs, enrollment declines and students’ financial difficulties are among challenges, school leaders tell state Senate committee
Up-to-date Instructional plans approved by the state Department of Education
South Jersey lawmaker could face vigorous opposition in his bid for reelection to Congress, despite strong GOP support
Sen. Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg says legislation could provide ‘fear factor’ that would stop mistreatment
Senate president cites events in Washington last week and a Dec. 2019 rally in Trenton to show potential risk for state officials
Impasse still in place, two months after voters overwhelmingly approved recreational use of marijuana by adults
Editor-at-Large Colleen O'Dea and Correspondent Michael Hill join Anchor Briana Vannozzi with their takeaways from the State of the State.
NJ officials prepared for ‘domestic extremists,’ hate groups hoping to stir up trouble in Trenton
Legislative sources said the holdup in both Houses is over technical issues but that Democrats in both Houses and Gov. Phil Murphy want to get ...
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