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Stakes High, Tempers Cool as Lance, Malinowski Face Off in CD-7 Debate

Mark J. Bonamo | October 18, 2018 | Politics, Elections 2018

Battling for the middle of the road, Republican congressman and Democratic challenger raise the tension on healthcare, taxes, and gun control

The Women Leading NJ’s Suburban Resistance to Trump Policies

WNYC News | October 18, 2018 | Politics, Elections 2018
Unprecedented grassroots activism in Garden State suburbs sprang out of opposition to the president and his policies. Now it’s focused on the midterm elections
NJ Sexual Harassment Policies Pale Beside Those of Corporate America
Colleen O'Dea | October 18, 2018 | Social
State department and agency protocols can differ extensively, or be absent entirely — as is the case with the New Jersey Senate, which has no written hiring protocols in place
Cutting Down on Paper in a Bid to Modernize Local Government in NJ
John Reitmeyer | October 17, 2018 | More Issues
Greater efficiency and savings for taxpayers promised by proponents of a measure ‘that’s really past due’
Commission to Investigate Administration’s Actions in Sexual-Assault Case
Colleen O'Dea | October 17, 2018 | Politics
Legislative group will also review government hiring practices, conduct of background checks, and how criminal justice system handles allegations of sex offenses
Lance-Malinowski Debate: Live Commentary Here Tonight
NJ Spotlight | October 17, 2018 | Politics, Elections 2018
NJ Spotlight joins with NJTV News to deliver live commentary on TV debate between the Republican and Democratic candidates in the 7th Congressional District
Governor Responds to Questions about Handling of Sexual-Assault Charge
John Reitmeyer | October 16, 2018 | Politics
Hours before leaving on an overseas economic mission, Murphy announces independent investigation into his administration’s hiring of a man accused of sexual assault
Anger in Trenton Over Way Alleged Sexual Assault Was Dealt With
NJTV News Online | October 16, 2018 | Politics
Growing sense of outrage over how Murphy administration handled sexual misconduct case. Republicans want full-scale investigation
Both Candidates in CD-5 Lean Right, But Republican Hews Closer to Trump
Hank Kalet | October 16, 2018 | Politics, Elections 2018
Gottheimer claims he’s known for bipartisan approach, while McCann argues Dems can be part of problem rather than solution. Both candidates favor Trump’s wall
Governor, Dems Cautioned It’s Time to Repay African-American Support
Mark J. Bonamo | October 15, 2018 | Politics, Elections 2018
Weeks before the critical midterm elections, community leaders tell Democrats — especially Gov. Phil Murphy — that they want action on important issues
Trying to Repurpose NJ’s Empty or Underused Strip Malls and Offices
Colleen O'Dea | October 12, 2018 | Planning
There’s a new grant program for municipalities to redevelop ‘ghost malls’ and underutilized commercial properties
Clergy Urge Governor, Lawmakers to Raise Minimum Wage in NJ to $15
John Reitmeyer | October 12, 2018 | Social
With politicians seeming to have become bogged down on issue, religious coalition expresses urgency about addressing Garden State’s widening wage gap
Billed as a National ‘Litmus Test,’ Debate in CD-11 Stays Close to Home
Carly Sitrin | October 11, 2018 | Politics, Elections 2018
Democrat Mikie Sherrill and Republican Jay Webber keep their composure while facing off on federal tax reform, healthcare, student debt, infrastructure — and more
In CD-2, Candidates Clash Over South Jersey's Place in Trump's America
Mark J. Bonamo | October 11, 2018 | Politics, Elections 2018
Grossman, Van Drew take off the gloves in debate that goes from raucous to rancorous
Audit of NJ Transit Is In, Governor Pledges It Won’t ‘Collect Dust’
John Reitmeyer | October 10, 2018 | Transportation
Detailed analysis of operational defects, but no definitive solution is offered to agency’s severe financial woes
Murphy Pledges to Help Workers Whose Jobs Could Fall to Robots, Technology
Colleen O'Dea | October 10, 2018 | More Issues
Governor sets up task force, says New Jersey must prepare for ‘profound impact’ of technological changes
Revamp of Municipal Courts Moves Ahead, Legislation in the Pipeline
Colleen O'Dea | October 9, 2018 | More Issues
Chief Justice pushes reforms, lawmaker offers legislatives fixes after report said local courts should focus more on justice than on money
NJ Sting Operation Uncovers Almost 30 Unlicensed Moving Companies
NJTV News Online | October 9, 2018 | More Issues
Unregistered movers aren’t just a safety threat, they’ve been known to hold customers’ worldly goods hostage — or simply disappear with everything they’ve been entrusted with
Building a Better Future One Building Project at a Time
NJTV News Online | October 9, 2018 | Social
YouthBuild gives participants a place to master skills, earn a GED, and think beyond high school
Conservative Group Sues Over NJ Limit on When People Can Quit Labor Unions
Colleen O'Dea | October 4, 2018 | Politics
Michigan-based organization files suit on behalf of three union members from Lakewood, charges Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation to get around U.S. Supreme Court’s Janus ruling
Murphy Pledges New Tax Credits, Other Programs for Housing, Communities
Colleen O'Dea | October 3, 2018 | Housing
Governor says his new economic plan will help rejuvenate rundown neighborhoods, give tax credits for affordable housing
Reversal of Course on Controversial Brewery Regulations
Tara Nurin | October 3, 2018 | More Issues
A contentious directive, meant to severely limit the activities of craft breweries in New Jersey, has been suspended after a large outcry
It Just Became Easier to Clean A Criminal Record in the Garden State
Colleen O'Dea | October 1, 2018 | Social
Courts already deal with 10,000 expungement applications annually. Reforms ‘will open the door’ for thousands more to apply
Gateway Program Names Financial Adviser, Funding Still Uncertain
NJTV News Online | October 1, 2018 | Transportation
No indication yet from Trump administration that federal assistance will be forthcoming, but corporation in charge wants to be ready
NJ Legislature Unanimously Approves Tougher Sexual Harassment Policy
Carly Sitrin | September 28, 2018 | Politics
New policy specifies mandatory anti-harassment training for lawmakers, applies to staff, lobbyists, journalists — virtually all those doing business in State House
New Jersey’s Newest Gangs: Younger, More Violent, and Posting their Crimes Online
Colleen O'Dea | September 27, 2018 | Social
Children as young as eight years old are in neighborhood gangs that use social media as ‘electronic billboards’ to intimidate rivals, show off weapons
Temporary Fare Break for Rail Customers as NJ Transit Cuts Services (Temporarily)
John Reitmeyer | September 27, 2018 | Transportation
As agency rushes to install safety equipment, service cuts will affect some of its busiest lines. Fare discount is meant to cushion the blow
Calling for More Street Smarts in New Jersey
NJTV News Online | September 26, 2018 | More Issues
Pedestrian safety is a serious issue in the Garden State. A new campaign is aimed at getting everybody to take more care
New Jersey’s Youngest Parents: Short on Skills, Cash, and a Viable Future
Colleen O'Dea | September 25, 2018 | Social
Without education and training — or even affordable childcare — the Garden State’s youngest families can trap two generations in a cycle of poverty and disappointment, report says
NJ Lawmakers Rally on Behalf of Judge Kavanaugh’s Accusers
NJTV News Online | September 25, 2018 | Politics
State senators protest possible advancement of Supreme Court nominee as New Jersey legislators review their own sexual-harassment policies
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