Poll finds broad support for most new liquor license rules

BY: - June 1, 2023

Gov. Phil Murphy says his plan would change an “antiquated and confusing” system and provide local business owners with the chance to boost their profits.

Gun rights advocates ask judges to uphold ruling in fight over gun law

BY: - May 31, 2023

The state failed to show that the continued suspension of New Jersey's new gun law causes irreparable harm, gun rights attorneys argue.

Audit finds deficiencies at state prison specializing in addiction recovery

BY: - May 30, 2023

Corrections officials say they have acted to correct failures a state audit identified at the Mid-State Correctional Facility in Wrightstown.

Assembly clears bill allowing some 17-year-olds to vote in primaries

BY: - May 25, 2023

The measure would allow those who would be 18 by November elections to cast primary ballots that year, even if they are still 17.

Liberty State Park plan calls for cleanup of contamination, expanded recreation

BY: - May 25, 2023

State officials presented plans this week to revitalize Liberty State Park, New Jersey's busiest park. Groundbreaking is set for the fall.

Lawmakers to weigh changes to liquor license laws

BY: - May 24, 2023

The bills represent the Legislature’s first push to loosen the rules piecemeal instead of through an omnibus bill backed by Gov. Phil Murphy.

Judge dismisses union’s lawsuit over correctional officers’ pay raises

BY: - May 19, 2023

A union alleged discrimination after raises granted to corrections officers, but judge found governor, state immune and claims flawed.

Legislation would abolish ‘antiquated’ county constables

BY: - May 19, 2023

Critics say county constables are “antiquated and potentially dangerous" and have no oversight. Lawmakers are moving to abolish the position.

Remote work taxation bill set for final votes

BY: - May 18, 2023

The bill would allow New Jersey teleworkers to win hefty tax credits if they successfully sue New York over income taxes.

Cumberland jail to improve mental health services following inmate deaths

BY: - May 18, 2023

The Justice Department alleges Cumberland County jail workers violated inmates' constitutional rights by denying them medical assistance.

As N.J. gun law evolves, here’s where you can and can’t take guns in New Jersey

BY: - May 17, 2023

There have been so many rulings on New Jersey's new concealed carry restrictions that confusion persists about where guns are allowed.

Protestors blast gender-affirming care, sex ed in schools, more

BY: - May 15, 2023

About 60 people rallied in Trenton for parental choice, complaining about school sex ed standards, legislation on transgender care, and more.