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New Jersey's governor has the authority to veto minutes of any of the state's hundreds of boards and authorities. [Read More]
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It'll be the first time legislative leaders and the governor meet to talk about a some major possible changes to state government. [Read More]
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Internal polling for the governor gives a sign the state thinks he's moving in the right direction. [Read More]
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State Senate President Stephen Sweeney insists Gov. Phil Murphy is still the state's tp elected official. But Sweeney has been asserting his power lately. [Read More]
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Giov. Phil Murphy and former President Barack Obama were both named Ripple of Hope laureates by Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights. [Read More]
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NJ101.5 hosts Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco again apologized for their remarks about Gurbir Grewal. [Read More]
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A state official confirmed the governor's whereabouts after a photo surfaced of him boarding a plane to Italy. [Read More]
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Stone buildings line the narrow cobblestone streets and walkways in the small Italian town of Parrano, where Gov. Phil Murphy and his wife own a... [Read More]
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Senate President Stephen Sweeney said he'll soon announce reforms to reduce the cost of government that could put him on a collision course with Gov.... [Read More]
Murphy will be out of the state. But where exactly is anyone's guess. [Read More]
Reaction to a pair of radio host's comments about the state's attorney general were mixed Friday. [Read More]
"The Dennis & Judi Show" has been taken off the air while the radio station investigates... [Read More]
The governor "noted the irony." The $12 billion promised to farmers is the same as what Obama had promised for the Gateway tunnel. [Read More]
Candidate Murphy supported legislation that banned state pension investment. But Gov. Murphy says a council should have control to decide divestiture. [Read More]
The former N.J. governor wants fellow Republicans to stand up to Trump. [Read More]
Smoking on N.J.'s beaches could cost you. [Read More]
Smoking on N.J.'s beaches could cost you. [Read More]
The soon-to-be law will charge violators a $250 fine for the first offense, $500 for the second offense and $1,000 for each subsequent offense. [Read More]
About 350,000 homes and businesses in the state are serviced by lead service lines. One lawmaker wants to tax tap water to pay for improvements. [Read More]
The book will be titled "Let Me Finish: Trump, the Kushners, Bannon, New Jersey, and the Power of In-Your-Face Politics." [Read More]
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