TRENTON – A Republican state Senator is pointing to the latest charges filed in connection with alleged fraud in the Elizabeth school district’s free lunch program as another reason to change the state’s school funding formula.
NEWARK – As part of Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa’s multi-tiered strategy to fight the growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse, and following an extensive dialogue with representatives of the pharmacy industry and law enforcement, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs and State Board of Pharmacy today published a fully modern set of “Best Practices for Pharmacy Security” to help prevent drug theft and diversion at retail pharmacies.
STATE – Today is the final day for New Jersey residents who suffered losses from Superstorm Sandy to register for FEMA assistance. The deadline is 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, May 1.
NEWARK – A U.S. Army major surrendered to federal agents following his wife’s arrest at their Mount Holly home this morning on charges that they abused their children through neglectful and cruel acts, including by breaking their bones, denying them medical attention, withholding water and force-feeding them hot sauce, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
STATE — The U.S. Census Bureau recently mailed advance letters to select households in the Northern New Jersey metropolitan area, notifying these households that their address has been chosen for the American Housing Survey (AHS).
Sen. Bernie Sanders proposed legislation that would break up the big banks and financial institutions that crashed the economy. The ending of ‘too big to fail’ would also open the door to criminal prosecutions of corporate criminals who have up…
by Gordon MacInnes President, New Jersey Policy Perspective New Jersey’s leaders should make investments in proven ways to grow the economy instead of continuing to focus on reducing taxes. Efforts to cut taxes died last year at the hands of…
STATE — Superstorm Sandy survivors who had storm-related damages in New Jersey have just five days left to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Residents must register for disaster assistance by midnight (EDT), May 1.
NEWARK — The NJ Transit Police Department, together with state and local partners, will conduct a training exercise on Saturday, April 27, at the Newark Light Rail NJPAC/Center Street Station to test a response from multiple agencies to a simulated light rail incident.
TRENTON – Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa today gathered with families who have had someone close to them killed in a drunk driving crash to commemorate those lost lives and talk about the work ahead to end drunk and impaired driving.