Category: State News

NJ Announces Mediation Program To Settle Sandy-Related Insurance Disputes

TRENTON – New Jersey is moving forward to establish a mediation process to give consumers the option to settle Superstorm Sandy-related insurance disputes without resorting to potentially expensive and drawn-out lawsuits. The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance (DOBI) has released a release of a Request for a Qualification (RFQ) to establish the program.

Legislature To Vote On Internet Gambling Bill

TRENTON – Both the General Assembly and state Senate are scheduled to vote on revised legislation today that would allow Atlantic City casinos to run online casino games. Gov. Chris Christie said that he would sign the revised bill as long as it incorporates the changes he made through a conditional veto earlier this month.

Poll: NJ Residents Give State High Marks

STATE — In its regular tracking of residents’ satisfaction with life in New Jersey, the Monmouth University Poll finds the current Garden State Quality of Life Index stands at +29. This is down only slightly from the +30 score recorded in December and marks the third highest score in the more than two years Monmouth has been measuring this index.