Despite warnings from activists, New Jersey’s bear hunt likely is returning
'They have a right to live, and we do not have a right to take that life,' bear defender Brian Craine said.
New Jersey Congressional races see $15M in outside spending
GOP groups have poured $5.7M into effort to defeat Democratic U.S. Rep. Tom Malinowski in a year heavy with outside spending.
Low-income renters and tenants of color in N.J. bear brunt of housing crisis, study finds
The Garden State needs a 'visionary housing policy' to protect families from displacement, according to an advocacy group.
New Jersey’s voting systems see repeated reforms since 2020
While New Jersey has been no stranger to election reforms in recent years, some have proven easier to enact than others.
In New Jersey, legislative resolutions raise the question: What’s the point?
Garden State lawmakers use resolutions to highlight subjects ranging from guns to stuttering to Frank Sinatra.
NJ joins. Pa, others in multi-state effort to clean up voter rolls | Tuesday Morning Coffee
This week, New Jersey became the latest state to join the Electronic Registration Information Center, a nonprofit operated by representatives from member states.
Warren Buffett firm settles $20 million redlining case out of Camden, Philly area
The firm’s practices undervalued homes in neighborhoods of color, prosecutors say.
N.J. panel may explore loosening mail-in ballot election challenge rule
Judges in New Jersey interpret election law with deference to voter enfranchisement and ballot access.
N.J. set to become haven for out-of-staters seeking abortions
Bill would ban extradition of anyone seeking or providing abortions in N.J.
New Jersey eyes tax rebates to offset soaring gas prices
And could the Garden State finally allow you to pump your own gas? A plan to partially allow it has been revived.
Reparations are possible — they happened for Asian Americans | Opinion
I’m sharing my grandmother’s map of a history that I couldn’t see, with the optimism that we can follow it toward a more just future for all.
Trailblazing scholar heads to the N.J. Assembly with eye on public access
Sadaf Jaffer will be one of the first Muslims to serve in the Garden State's Legislature.