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Murphy is lobbying hard for "yes" votes to legalize recreational marijuana.
Two months of budget hearings kick off.
Rail riders can expect another summer of cancellations due to engineer shortages.
Two legislative committees take up marijuana legalization bills.
Rail riders in and out of Penn Station will get a break during rush hour.
The state moves closer to passing new statute of limitations for survivors.
Trump's proposed budget contains no money for Gateway.
Who hired Al Alvarez, the former Murphy staffer?
Murphy visits South Amboy to make a pitch for more brownfields funding.
Two major topics could impact the bottom line for those in the business community.
The industry is well aware of the potential dangers of smart appliances.
At stake is over $20 billion in federal funding for New Jersey.
People gathered to hold a vigil for the New Zealand shooting victims.
If all goes smoothly, Jersey residents could start enrolling in 2020 for coverage in 2021.
In 2018, the state's graduation rate for almost every category of student increased.
Murphy argued that legalizing recreational marijuana is a civil rights issue.
The film tax credit is now booming with a new credit to incentivize diversity.
Peter Harvey, who oversees Newark Police, gave an update to the public.
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