In digital age, committee clears bills that revise the state's Sunshine and OPRA laws.
New law would expand production, remake sales structure for NJ's microbreweries.
The latest master plan recognizes that if Atlantic City is to survive, it must attract more than gamblers.
The advisory committee that made the recommendation isn't legally required to keep records, so the decision remains a mystery.
State Comptroller, Citizens Campaign agree: Taxpayers can save tens of millions by cutting out political middle men.
Sen. Rice sees legislation as a temporary fix to 'extreme circumstances'
As long as NJ allows major lenders to file documents using a private electronic system, there's no way of achieving a transparent review process.
Among the obstacles Bader Qarmout faces, a powerful Republican contender with an endorsement from the governor.
Supporters of marriage equality act vow to soldier on until they have veto-proof legislation.
Worried about high property taxes in the Garden State? Here's why.