In New Jersey, legislative resolutions raise the question: What’s the point?

BY: - August 31, 2022

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

BY: - August 16, 2022

This week, New Jersey became the latest state to join the Electronic Registration Information Center, a nonprofit operated by representatives from member states.

Warren Buffet's Trident Mortgage systemically underserved and avoided services in majority-minority neighborhoods, federal officials announced Wednesday. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Warren Buffett firm settles $20 million redlining case out of Camden, Philly area

BY: - July 28, 2022

The firm’s practices undervalued homes in neighborhoods of color, prosecutors say.

N.J. panel may explore loosening mail-in ballot election challenge rule

BY: - July 18, 2022

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

BY: - June 30, 2022

Bill would ban extradition of anyone seeking or providing abortions in N.J.

New Jersey eyes tax rebates to offset soaring gas prices

BY: - April 12, 2022

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

BY: - March 13, 2022

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

BY: - January 3, 2022

Sadaf Jaffer will be one of the first Muslims to serve in the Garden State's Legislature.