Let students put whatever name they want on their diplomas
It's no one else's business what name a student wants on their diploma — only the student's opinion counts.
Wrestling with gun culture in New Jersey
There might be some common ground between gun safety advocates and gun rights supporters, Nancy Colasurdo writes.
Reclaiming our New Jersey: A transformative vision for the future
There is no indication that we need to erode bail reform or create more criminal penalties to advance public safety, writes the ACLU-NJ director.
On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, no one should settle for ‘a piece of freedom’
If you don’t want liberty for absolutely everyone, you don’t love liberty. You love your privilege.
Irvington takes another stab at limiting access to public records
After taking an 82-year-old woman to court for filing too many records requests, Irvington is again trying to limit transparency.
Gen Z and Millennial voters can move New Jersey politics in a more progressive direction
Polling shows Gen Z and Millennial voters will be integral to Democratic Party victories in New Jersey and nationwide.
What if the script was flipped and Christians were being threatened?
The author describes what it's like to celebrate Hanukkah when antisemitic incidents are on the rise.
Lawmakers’ push to shield their home addresses is misguided
Lawmakers are on a mission to make it harder for us to find out about their financial assets.
In New Jersey, essential temp workers deserve respect and dignity
A worker shares her experience working for a temporary staffing agency during the pandemic.
What does it take to get New Jersey voters to vote?
Just 41% of registered voters cast ballots in this year's November elections, one of the lowest midterm turnouts in a century.
Casino workers deserve a workplace free from deadly secondhand smoke
Casino workers are literally sick and tired of being forced to choose between their health and earning a paycheck, writes Atlantic City casino dealer Nicole Vitola.
Gritty, Elmo and Mayor McCheese for Congress — why do people throw their votes away on write-ins?
When choosing between two or more candidates for public office, some voters opt for none and write in a personal choice. Why?