SOUTH PLAINFIELD – Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno today announced the award of 95 grants totaling $14.65 million to municipalities, counties and general aviation airports for infrastructure improvement and safety projects.
Republican politicians are spreading out across the nation, but instead of holding court with high-priced lobbyists who shower them with thousands of dollars in campaign contributions, GOP congressman are allowing average citizens to ask them questions for $10, $15 or $35.
TRENTON –Assemblyman Republican Conference Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Union) is preparing legislation to change a tax law that requires a business to pay the taxes of independent contractors who do not withhold unemployment insurance for its employees.
STATE — Assembly Republican Conference Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Union) has been named as a recipient of the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce’s Legislator of the Year award. Bramnick will be presented with the award at the Chamber’s Business and Legislative Awards Reception at Bally’s Atlantic City on Sept. 27.
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NEW BRUNSWICK – New Jersey voters have become noticeably less positive about President Barack Obama, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released today.
TRENTON — A former North Jersey insurance agent was sentenced to six years in state prison today for defrauding nine clients out of more than $1.9 million, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation ensuring that sexual assault victims are not responsible for costs of forensic examinations on Thursday. Currently, each county provides forensic examinations by a physician or certified forensic sexual assault nurse examiners.
NEW YORK — The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Board of Commissioners approved a plan to raise tolls and fares beginning next month. The fare hikes are smaller than the Port Authority originally proposed.
TRENTON – New Jersey’s private sector employers added 3,900 jobs in July — the sixth consecutive month of private sector job gains – but it wasn’t enough to reduce the state’s 9.5 percent unemployment rate.