Experts indicate that city dwellers typically pay a greater proportion of their income in municipal taxes than do their counterparts in wealthier suburbs
The lack of hard data makes it difficult for law enforcement to do its job, raises mistrust and suspicion in local communities
Facing a near-certain veto from the governor, workers rights advocates are spreading the word -- and their sick-leave policies -- town by town
‘Chef Pam’ Johnson makes sure that Elijah’s Promise delivers far more than a nutritious meal to the food kitchen’s guests
Removing restriction on getting public assistance touted as way to help those who have served their time become productive members of society
New Labor advocates for workers and lobbies local governments to pass ordinances preventing wage theft. It’s taking its fight to the state government as well
Voters in the 27th and 28th districts haven’t elected Republicans to the Assembly in decades – and GOP has never won an Assembly seat in ...
GOP dominance dates back to Nixon years; two other North Jersey districts, the 26th and the 39th, are also Republican strongholds
Isolating inmates can lead to PTSD and paranoia; new legislation could reduce the use of ‘close custody’ and put outside oversight in place
Whether or not anyone is hurt or killed, the attorney general’s Shooting Response Team steps in and conducts a probe
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