In the last two weeks, the Supreme Court has allowed police in Arizona to demand proof of citizenship from people they stop on other grounds (while throwing out the rest of Arizona’s immigration law), and has allowed the federal government to require everyone buy health insurance — even younger and healthier people — or pay a penalty.
HAMILTON – Picnics, parades, fireworks – and sadly, teen highway deaths – are historically and unfortunately a part of July 4th in New Jersey and the rest of the nation.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – With summer under way, children will spend more time outdoors, in backyards and at parks, summer camps, beaches and other vacation destinations.
NEW YORK – As Independence Day draws near, the doctors and staff at BluePearl Veterinary Partners stress the importance of pet safety and preparedness during your planned Fourth of July festivities.
TRENTON – New Jersey will receive a total of $22.1 million as the result of its participation in a global settlement with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) that resolves allegations the company engaged in off-label marketing of certain drugs, underpaid on rebates it owed to state Medicaid programs and touted its diabetes drug, Avandia, as having certain health benefits despite a lack of adequate scientific supporting evidence, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced today.