After Women’s Marches: NJ Dems Fail to Override Christie on Equal Pay
TRENTON — Following marches nationwide over the weekend to champion women’s rights after President Trump’s inauguration, New Jersey lawmakers spent nearly an hour Monday debating Gov. Christie’s veto of legislation supporters hoped would narrow the gender pay gap. More…
New Jersey Senate Votes To Curb Prescriptions of Opioid Painkillers
TRENTON — The state Senate approved a closely watched bill Monday that requires doctors to limit an initial prescription of pain-killing opioids to five days in an attempt to reduce the likelihood a patient will become addicted. Read More…
17 Big Dates on New Jersey’s 2017 Political Calendar
Be sure to mark your calendar with these dates:
Who? Candidates to be NJ Governor, ‘All but Anonymous’ Poll Finds.
A new Quinnipiac University poll finds if the election were held today….Read More (from Feb. 2017)