The Natural Resources Defense Council condemned eight coal-burning utility companies Tuesday for flouting the Clean Air Act and spending millions to lobby against pollution controls.
PERTH AMBOY— The Office of Emergency Management has designated public cooling centers in three Perth Amboy facilities due to predicted high temperatures, effective until Friday, June 22.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Transportation has directed 21 of the 25 municipalities that are participating in a pilot program to suspend issuing summonses to motorists on the basis of video evidence provided by cameras placed at intersections.
TRENTON – On Monday, a state Senate committee approved a bill that would increase restrictions on the use of tanning facilities by New Jersey teens.
WEST TRENTON – Summer officially begins tomorrow, and the NJ Office of Emergency Management is monitoring an excessive heat warning forecast for Wednesday into Friday, in coordination with the National Weather Service.
TRENTON — An Assembly panel on Monday approved legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Angel Fuentes to waive tuition costs for victims who are forced to take a leave from college due to a domestic violence incident.
TRENTON — The Assembly Judiciary Committee approved Monday a measure sponsored by Assembly Republicans Donna Simon and Dave Rible that is aimed at keeping dangerous defendants in jail while they await trial.
TRENTON – An Assembly committee released a bi-partisan bill Monday that would protect consumers by restructuring New Jersey’s ticket sale law.
While skeptics can go on denying climate change, gardeners know better. In our little patch of this globally warmed world, a century or more of accumulated growing wisdom is being thrown out the greenhouse door with bathwater and baby.
NEW BRUNSWICK – As President Barack Obama moves to implement parts of the DREAM Act by executive order, bypassing the need for congressional approval, a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll finds that 80 percent of New Jerseyans support the provisions of the proposed law.