For the first time in over a century, election workers have paper ballots to check instead of machines
Justices hear challenge to Trump position that undocumented immigrants should be ignored in count for congressional apportionment
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Senate president pushes for constitutional amendment directing portion of cannabis tax to communities most hurt by criminalization
Voter approval of ballot question allows for postponement. Progressive groups dissatisfied
AG issues new guidelines for prosecutors as lawmakers ready marijuana legislation after voters approved legalization
A seat at the table, even if it’s at the behest of party bosses, is critical in securing not just the party's political fortunes but ...
Critics say the county should get out of the prisoners-for-profit business, especially since the population of immigration-related detainees is now down to just under 80.
NJ lawmakers push for in-person early voting by 2021. County election officials fear it’s not doable
Polls would open two weeks ahead of Election Day. Local officials urge caution, listing unclear cost, inadequate staffing, outdated equipment
Last-minute amendments to legislation seemed set, but no consensus for Senate and Assembly
Lawmakers are still working through the finer points of legislation that will enable a new, recreational cannabis industry.
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