TRENTON – A state Senate committee unanimously approved a measure sponsored by state Sen. M. Teresa Ruiz (D-Essex) Monday that asks Major League Baseball retire the number 21 in honor of baseball legend Roberto Clemente.
NEWARK — On Monday, U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) hosted a military service academy day for high school sophomores and juniors from schools across the state.
NEWARK — NJ Transit Executive Director James Weinstein unveiled a plan designed to optimize bus operations on Monday.
TRENTON – Tax collections are $230.3 million below February’s revised forecasts for the first ten months of the fiscal year, according to the State Treasury.
TRENTON – State Sen. Michael Doherty (R-Hunterdon) has introduced legislation that would ban municipalities from using camera systems that detect violations of traffic control signals and automate the process of issuing tickets to drivers.
TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senate Education Chair M. Teresa Ruiz and Senate Higher Education Chair Sandra Bolden Cunningham to ensure that New Jersey students born in the United States are provided equal access to college, regardless of their parents’ immigration status, was approved today by a Senate committee.
TEWKSBURY – Businessman David Larsen, today announced the support of the Conservative Party of New Jersey, as he seeks the Republican nomination for U.S. Congress in New Jersey’s Seventh Congressional District.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— A federal investigation requested by U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) today revealed the failure of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to adequately gather information about airport security breaches and make improvements to airport security.
TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senators Fred Madden (D – Gloucester, Camden) and Raymond J. Lesniak (D – Union) that would provide prosecutors with an added tool for obtaining a conviction of vehicular homicide or assault by automobile against a person who is illegally using a cell phone while driving has cleared the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee.
TRENTON – An Assembly panel on Monday advanced two separate Democratic measures that would allow the automatic expungement of criminal records of nonviolent offenders in certain situations.