STATE – Friday’s Mega Millions jackpot will be worth up to an estimated $476 million, a new record for the multi-state lottery game. The highest previous jackpot in the game’s history was $390 million, split by two winners in New Jersey and Georgia in 2007.
You may be an injured spouse if you file a joint tax return and all or part of your portion of a refund was, or is expected to be, applied to your spouse’s legally enforceable past due financial obligations.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Chrisie’s revenue projections for the Fiscal Year 2013 Budget are too optimistic, according to the non-partisan Office of Legislative Services (OLS).
ATLANTIC CITY – Fugitives hiding from the law will soon have the opportunity to surrender safely at a neutral location in Atlantic City, take responsibility for their crimes and receive favorable consideration from the court.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Following a 2007 Supreme Court ruling, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today proposed the first Clean Air Act standard for carbon pollution from new power plants.
I like Obamacare. I’m proud of it — and you should be, too.
Here’s why: Because it works.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie has signed legislation that allows school districts to continue to implement anti-bullying prevention and training programs at no cost to the district was signed into law.
Not surprisingly, today’s debut Supreme Court argument over the so-called “individual mandate” requiring everyone to buy health insurance revolved around epistemological niceties such as the meaning of a “tax,” and the question of whether the issue is ripe for review.
STATE — Mega Millions sales have outpaced the forecast of Mega Millions officials. So those officials have increased the estimated jackpot for the Tuesday, March 27, drawing from $356 million to $363 million.
When the Obama administration dispatched three B-2 bombers from a Missouri air base on March 19 last year to cross the ocean and reach Libya, it put roughly $9 billion worth of America’s most prized military assets into the air. The bat-shaped black bombers, finely machined to elude radar and equipped with bombs weighing a ton apiece, easily demolished dozens of concrete aircraft shelters near Libya’s northern coast.