Where do current laws fall behind on some of the state's top issues?
Now that the state's anti-bullying law is broke, what happens to the protections it's meant to offer?
WHYY Newsworks explores this contentious subject that reports persists in NJ’s divorce-reform drive.
In an effort to balance the budget without raising taxes, the Christie administration has made a practice of diverting funds from environmental projects.
A just published study shows that affordable housing means a better life for residents.
Hydraulic fracturing, the controversial process of extracting natural gas from shale formations , is facing new regulations from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Last week ...
Atlantic City outlaws outdoor smoking, but it's still OK to light up in the casino
On the fourth try last November, voters of Princeton Borough and Princeton Township finally agreed to merge into a single municipality and subsequently chose the ...
A week after the state legislature appropriated $1 million to help fund New Jersey's tough anti-bullying law, NJ Spotlight's John Mooney sat down with Newsworks ...
A seemingly straightforward bill proves surprisingly controversial.