TRENTON – Governor Chris Christie today made two historic nominations to the New Jersey State Supreme Court with Bruce A. Harris, Mayor of Chatham, a lawyer with over 20 years of legal experience, and Phillip H. Kwon, First Assistant Attorney General in the Department of Law and Public Safety and former Deputy Chief of the U.S. Attorney’s Office Criminal Division.
TRENTON – At a news conference at the Statehouse today, Senators Raymond J. Lesniak and Sandra Bolden Cunningham and criminal justice advocates announced the introduction of a comprehensive package of bills sponsored by the Senators to create a pathway to reform of New Jersey’s criminal justice system and rehabilitation for criminal offenders.
Judge Jed S. Rakoff of the U.S. District Court in Manhattan rejected a proposed $285 million settlement in a Citibank fraud case and challenged the Securities and Exchange Commission’s policy of allowing defendants to resolve an action without admitting or denying the allegations.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — On Wednesday, Jan. 25, Middlesex County will conduct its Point-in-Time Count 2012 (PITC) survey throughout the county’s 25 municipalities. This annual survey assists in developing a snapshot of the number of homeless persons living unsheltered outside, in emergency shelters or transitional housing programs.
MOUNTAINSIDE–Union County Democratic Committee members kicked off President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign recently at L’Affaire in Mountainside with speeches from Union County Democratic Committee Chairman Charlotte DeFilippo, Assemblyman Gerald Green, and a special keynote speech from Newark Councilman Ron Rice Jr.
PARK CITY, Utah — The journey I embarked on when I made the decision to leave a successful career in the health insurance business was a spiritual one. I can trace the decision to a true epiphany, to the very moment I saw hundreds of people standing, soaking wet, in long, slow-moving lines, waiting to get medical care that was being provided in animal stalls at a fairground in Wise County, Virginia.
Last month, about two dozen deep-pocketed Republicans gathered in New York City to hear a money pitch from then Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour.
Two years after a controversial Supreme Court ruling lifted many restrictions on political spending, America’s campaign finance laws have officially become a joke.
Mitt Romney continues to enjoy a huge advantage in support from “super PACs” overall, but is running about even with a pro-Newt Gingrich group in South Carolina, records show.
STATE – While self-serve gas stations are the norm in most of the United States, most New Jersey voters don’t want to start pumping their own gas.