HAMILTON — For the first time in six years, a majority of Garden State residents believe that a statewide law preventing drivers from using hand-held cell phones is making roads safer, according to a survey by AAA Clubs of New Jersey.
TRENTON – An Assembly committee on Thursday advanced legislation that increases the penalty for illegally carrying a firearm in school buildings and grounds.
TRENTON—The Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today approved a bipartisan bill intended to boost New Jersey’s horseracing industry by encouraging construction of off track wagering (OTW) facilities.
TRENTON – The Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee on Thursday approved legislation that would crack down on anyone who kills or injures another person while driving and illegally using a cell phone.
NEWARK – Singer and actress Lauryn N. Hill was charged today with willfully failing to file three years of income tax returns with the IRS, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.