TRENTON— One day after earning Gov. Chris Christie’s support, legislation aimed at saving New Jersey’s Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act has cleared the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
TRENTON – An appellate court determined that Gov. Chris Christie exceeded his authority when he abolished the Council on Affordable Housing last year and transferred the council’s functions to the Department of Community Affairs.
TRENTON – A jury convicted a Holmdel man of distributing child pornography over the internet, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced today. The defendant was among more than three dozen people arrested in 2007 as part of “Operation Silent Shield,” an investigation by the New Jersey State Police that targeted offenders who distributed child pornography online.
A six-figure household income may not be enough to supply more than basic family needs anymore.
TRENTON – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner James Simpson today announced the start of a major rehabilitation project involving three linear miles of eastbound and westbound travel lanes of Interstate 78 in Essex and Union counties.
NEWARK – Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today warned consumers about a fraudulent mailing that bears the logo and seal of the Office of the Attorney General, and which invites consumers to apply for their share of the proceeds from a fictitious multimillion-dollar legal settlement.
Parents who think global warming is a bunch of poppycock can kill two birds with one stone—misrepresent the inconvenient truth and impart an early lesson in the abrogation of First Amendment rights—by forbidding their kids to see “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax.” Maybe take them shooting or to a tractor pull instead. Teach ‘em something they can use.
One year ago on Sunday, an earthquake off the coast of Japan and the resulting tsunami triggered a month-long partial meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station.
TRENTON – A grocery store manager pleaded guilty today for his role in a conspiracy to steal more than $1 million from the federally funded Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program using fraudulent vouchers issued by clerks for the Newark WIC program, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
TRENTON – New Jersey lawmakers and Gov. Chris Christie announced bi-partisan legislation to preserve the state’s Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights law.