Sidestepping New Jersey’s advocacy community resulted in a law that is both unfair to citizen-driven groups and unconstitutional
The city of Bayonne and Suez-Bayonne should re-evaluate their approach and include sustainable, environmentally friendly green infrastructure programs
The #MeToo movement led to changes in employment law at federal and state levels. Is keeping plaintiffs’ identities hidden from potential employers next on agenda?
Meeting our current energy needs would require solar arrays covering 181 square miles, an area roughly the size of Passaic County
Greater emphasis on planning for the needs of individual students is required
State’s rate for cesarean sections is among the worst. Upgrading information on facilities with best maternity practices is a must
Governor’s executive order affects more than $13 million in funding for much-needed programs — prisoner re-entry, AIDS services, educational initiatives and more
Because the cleanest, cheapest energy is the energy you don’t use, it’s smart to make energy efficiency the foundation of New Jersey’s clean-energy efforts
‘I have never seen the level of polarization and anger within the education community that I see right now’
While the prospect of Sen. Cory Booker’s presidential campaign raising more than $1.7 million before the end of the month to continue his quest for ...