If I were trying to persuade the Supreme Court later this month that Obamacare should not be declared unconstitutional, I would tell the story of the woman who was the original named plaintiff in the lawsuit filed by the National Federation of Independent Business, one of the fiercest critics of the health care reform law.
Whistleblower lawsuits made public in recent weeks shed new light on abuses in the mortgage industry that led to — and continued well after — the housing crash in 2007.
The Internal Revenue Service has expanded its “Fresh Start” initiative to help struggling taxpayers who owe taxes. The following four tips explain the expanded relief for taxpayers.
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AREA — Local residents can get ready for St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday with a pair of parades.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — To help prepare for public health emergencies, the Middlesex County Office of Health Services is reminding residents that they should have at least a three-day supply of food and water stored in their homes, with at least one gallon of water per person per day.
HAMILTON – This weekend we will turn the clocks forward (Daylight Saving Time officially begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 11), losing an hour of sleep in exchange for extended evening daylight hours.
ROSELLE — The Union County Homicide Task Force and the Roselle Police Department are continuing to investigate a shooting that killed two men and injured two others, Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow said.
TRENTON – Five members of a Newark family have been indicted for rolls in alleged schemes to defraud the state of more than $2 million by filing false claims for unemployment benefits, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and Labor Commissioner Harold J. Wirths announced today.
For the big-spending U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the 2012 election season began early with a flurry of hard-hitting ads in six states that included attacks on two vulnerable Democratic senators — a harbinger of the $50 million-plus drive it plans to mount this election year.