What can the people who run super PACs do with all the cash they have collected when their favorite candidate drops out of the race?
TRENTON – A Maryland insurance broker pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges that he stole nearly $2.6 million from the Perth Amboy Board of Education by submitting fraudulent bills, and also stole $216,495 from the City of Perth Amboy by collecting payments for a non-existent “wellness program” for city employees, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
In an age when freedom is fast becoming the exception rather than the rule, imprisoning Americans in private prisons run by mega-corporations has turned into a cash cow for big business. At one time, the American penal system operated under the idea that dangerous criminals needed to be put under lock and key in order to protect society.
TRENTON – With the April 17 due date for filing individual income tax returns fast approaching, State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff urged taxpayers who have not yet submitted their returns to take advantage of New Jersey’s electronic filing options.
NEWARK – A 49-year-old man who allegedly installed hidden cameras in his home to record young girls appeared in court Monday to face a federal child pornography charge, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
TRENTON – Speaker Pro Tempore Jerry Green and Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson Coleman today announced plans to introduce a bill that would automatically expunge the criminal records of nonviolent drug offenders who have completed New Jersey’s drug court program.