Hot topics were discussed at the annual convention of the NJLM.
The state attorney general sues a company for deceptive practices.
Booker comes to Rutgers to unveil legislation that would strengthen the GI Bill.
Protesters are on a climate fast trying to convince Gov. Murphy.
The governor signs a ban on ghost guns.
New Jersey's political landscape looks a lot bluer the day after Election Day.
Campaign workers for one of Jersey's nastiest Senate races ever pull out all the stops.
The last day campaigning for a U.S. Senate seat.
Health care is on the ballot in New Jersey's CD3. A group of 80 seniors have mobilized.
Open enrollment for Obamacare kicked off today.
After Sandy, Hoboken is finalizing plans for flood walls.
NJ rolls out open enrollment with a new website and a partnership with nonprofits.
Gov. Phil Murphy responds to the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre.
A new state law closes the gap on paid leave from work.
NJCA has Tom MacArthur in their crosshairs.
At Camden Correctional Facility, a new grant helps inmates.
A historic election. We’re on the campaign trail with two weeks to go.
In South Jersey, Chris Christie breaks his silence.
An expanded jet fuel tax is taking off in the Jersey Legislature.
An angry Menendez denounces the TV commercial his opponent is running.
Sweeney creates a special bipartisan committee to investigate a former staffer.
An alleged sexual assault survivor and Murphy administration staffer tells her story.
NJ Transit holds a listening session in Hoboken. You think they got an earful?
The governor is in Newark talking tech as he continues to promote his economic plan.
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