Advocates for gay marriage in New Jersey say they'll press their case in the Legislature and the courts after the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that invalidates parts of the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
Hundreds are rallying at the State House in Trenton in support of Dharun Ravi, the ex-Rutgers student convicted of bias intimidation and invasion of privacy charges for using webcam to spy on his roommate kissing another man.
New Jersey mayors tell the State Senate Budget Committee that when lawmakers in Trenton pass bills that force towns to do certain things it's the taxpayers who suffer if the state doesn't fund its mandates.
An integral part of Governor Chris Christie's education plans is tenure reform to make it easier to fire bad teachers. Today, the State Senate Education Committee will discuss and debate a bill that heads in that general direction.
The Governor has his priority. Top Democrats have their priority. A new poll reveals the public's priorities do match up with the chief executive's or the lawmakers who control both houses of the legislature.
In 2009, the Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional for municipalities to put such severe restrictions on where convicted sex offenders could live that they could not live anywhere in certain towns.
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