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There are still too few Senators willing to vote yes to make marijuana sales legal, Senate President Stephen Sweeney said. [Read More]
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Former Gov. Christie had some things to say about his successor, Gov. Phil Murphy, who is 4,000 miles away in Germany, had some things to... [Read More]
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Murphy is tapping his business skills to sell New Jersey to German companies. [Read More]
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In Germany, Gov. Phil Murphy says he's unfazed by the state Legislature's investigation how his administration handled allegations of sexual assault against an ex-staffer. [Read More]
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Murphy will leave Jersey for a 9-day trade mission to Germany and Israel. [Read More]
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Murphy isn't saying why the staffer left his administration. [Read More]
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A Murphy spokeswoman condemned the comments "in the strongest terms." [Read More]
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Once blasted by former Gov. Christie as a Snooki tax credit, effort to support filming in N.J. is back under Gov. Murphy. [Read More]
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Murphy says the sheriff should resign. [Read More]
It's been a year since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, home to 3.3 million people. [Read More]
The sheriff is accused of being caught on tape making racist comments. Murphy wants him out. [Read More]
Phil Murphy really wants a $15 minimum wage bill passed this year. [Read More]
Some of New Jersey's top lawmakers are skipping this week's state Democratic Party convention in Atlantic City. [Read More]
Murphy's pro-union. He's now reached a deal with unions he says will save the state $500 million. [Read More]
It's designed to expand voter participation. Opponents say it'll spark confusion. [Read More]
According to the new book, Christie said the campaign was "over" after the Access Hollywood tape was released. [Read More]
Christie says what "Bob Woodward wrote about me in the book was profoundly wrong." [Read More]
Legal weed would get a boost from the public if it was tied to property tax relief. But that hasn't been part of the discussion... [Read More]
It's the second time in as many months Gov. Phil Murphy vetoed minutes of a group aligned with state Senate President Stephen Sweeney. [Read More]
"It is what it is and we're gonna make the best of it," Murphy said. [Read More]
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