From Amiri Baraka to William Carlos Williams, from Allen Ginsberg to Walt Whitman, New Jersey has been home and host to some of the country’s ...
Ordinances in five towns threaten loss of licenses; businesses say rules could backfire, resulting in loss of jobs and hurting economy
Anti-hunger advocates argue streamlining and simplifying program would let it reach far more hungry children
Does Christie have an identity issue that could hurt him in the primaries -- too conservative for moderates, too liberal for the right?
Democrats seek to take all weapons away from abusers while GOP calls for making easier for victims to get gun permits
Coalition of advocacy groups asks towns, counties to endorse bill allowing those in this country illegally to apply for driver’s licenses
Recent changes in the law let unauthorized immigrants pay in-state tuition, but without needs-based financial assistance higher education can still be out of reach
But business leaders argue that at one-year anniversary it’s too soon to understand full import of policy
Successful challenge to New Brunswick panhandling ban spurs statewide look at municipal ordinances deemed violations of free-speech rights
Governor signs on to amicus brief asking court to block Obama policy to allow some unlawful immigrant children, parents to stay in country
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